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Spinks, P.Q., G.B. Pauly, J.J. Crayon, and H.B. Shaffer. 2003. Survival of the western pond turtle (Emys marmorata) in an urban California environment. Biological Conservation 113(2):257-267.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 15913
Type: Journal Article
Author: Spinks, P.Q., G.B. Pauly, J.J. Crayon, and H.B. Shaffer
Date (year): 2003
Article Title:Survival of the western pond turtle (Emys marmorata) in an urban California environment.
Journal Name: Biological Conservation
Volume: 113
Issue: 2
Pages: 257-267
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Keywords: reptile, turtle, Trachemeys scripta elegans, Graptemys pseudographica, Pseudemys, chrysemys picta, Kinosternon subrubrum, Clemmys muhlenbergii, Pseudemys concinna, Chinemys reevesii, Apalone spinifera, Apalone spinifera pallida, California
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Apalone spinifera

    CA - waterway at the University of California Arboretum, Davis

Apalone spinifera pallida

    CA - waterway at the University of California Arboretum, Davis

Chelydra serpentina

    CA - waterway at the University of California Arboretum, Davis

Chrysemys picta

    CA - waterway at the University of California Arboretum, Davis
    CA - waterway at the University of California Arboretum, Davis

Glyptemys muhlenbergii

    CA - waterway at the University of California Arboretum, Davis

Graptemys pseudogeographica

    CA - waterway at the University of California Arboretum, Davis

Kinosternon subrubrum

    CA - waterway at the University of California Arboretum, Davis

Mauremys reevesii

    CA - waterway at the University of California Arboretum, Davis

Pseudemys concinna

    CA - waterway at the University of California Arboretum, Davis

Pseudemys spp.

    CA - waterway at the University of California Arboretum, Davis
    CA - waterway at the University of California Arboretum, Davis

Trachemys scripta elegans

    CA - waterway at the University of California Arboretum, Davis


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