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Thomas, R.B. 2006. Trachemys scripta - Slider or Yellow-bellied slider. Pages 296-312 in Meylan, P.A, ed. Biology and conservation of Florida turtles. Chelonian Research Monographs No. 3. Chelonian Research Foundation. Lunenburg, MA.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 15984
Type: Book Chapter
Author: Thomas, R.B.
Date (year): 2006
Book Title: Biology and conservation of Florida turtles. Chelonian Research Monographs No. 3.
Editor: Meylan, P.A.
Edition:
Chapter Title:Trachemys scripta - Slider or Yellow-bellied slider.
Publisher:Chelonian Research Foundation.
Publisher Location:Lunenburg, MA
Volume:
Pages: 296-312
URL:
Keywords: Reptile, Turtle, slider, Trachhemys scripta, red-eared slider
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Trachemys scripta elegans

    FL - small canal in Miami bordering the Little River Canal, located at 107th Street at 18 Avenue NW
    FL - Silver River
    FL - Rt 41, between Ochopee and Monroe Station, Roadside Table
    FL - Miami, Snapper Creek Canal, near junction of N Kendall and Palmetto crossway and US1
    FL - Miami, Snapper Creek Canal, near junction of N Kendall and Palmetto crossway and US1
    FL - Miami, Snapper Creek Canal, near junction of N Kendall and Palmetto crossway and US1
    FL - Lake Conway
    FL - NE Orlando area
    FL - Reed Canal Park, South Daytona
    FL - Big Pine Key, Blue Hole (old quarry)
    FL - Miami, Red Road and SW 88-100 Street
    FL - Mack's Fish Camp, Krome Avenue just west of US 27 (Okeechobee Road)
    FL - Davie, along 76th Avenue
    FL - St. Petersburg, Eckerd College Campus
    FL - St. Petersburg, 31st street S, Just south of 54th Avenue S
    FL - Coquina Key, St. Petersburg
    FL - South Pasadena Golf Course, St. Petersburg
    FL - Sawgrass Lake Park, St. Petersburg
    FL - Bay Ridge
    FL - Rainbow River, K.P. Hole boat launch
    FL - Rainbow River
    FL - South Daytona, Reed canal, at entrance to Reed Canal Park
    FL - Magnolia Park, South Daytona
    FL - Old Town
    FL - 2-3 miles WNW of Cross City
    FL - NE of Suwannee on Hwy 349, toward Old Town
    FL - Rose Creek drainage, just NE jct. Universtiy Blvd and San Jose
    FL - Fort Pickens State Park, in ditches at fort


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