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Schmidt, C.A., C.A. Drost, and W.L. Halvorson. 2006. Vascular Plant and Vertebrate Inventory of Montezuma Castle National Monument. U S Geological Survey, Southwest Biological Science Center, Sonoran Desert Research Station, University of Arizona.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 17280
Type: Report
Author: Schmidt, C.A., C.A. Drost, and W.L. Halvorson.
Date (year): 2006
Report TitleVascular Plant and Vertebrate Inventory of Montezuma Castle National Monument.
Publisher:U S Geological Survey, Southwest Biological Science Center, Sonoran Desert Research Station, University of Arizona.
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Pages: 68 pp
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Keywords: Montezuma Castle National Monument, reptile, turtle, red eared slider, Trachemys scripta, spiny soft shell, Apalone ferox, inventory
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Apalone spinifera spinifera

    AZ - Beaver Creek at Montezuma Castle National Monument

Cyprinus carpio

    AZ - Beaver Creek at Montezuma Castle National Monument

Lepomis cyanellus

    AZ - Beaver Creek at Montezuma Castle National Monument

Lithobates catesbeianus

    AZ - Beaver Creek at Montezuma Castle National Monument

Micropterus dolomieu

    AZ - Beaver Creek at Montezuma Castle National Monument

Trachemys scripta scripta

    AZ - Montezuma well


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