NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Southwest Riverside News Network staff. 2010. Authorities: Thousands of red-eared slider turtles being abandoned across Southland. Southwest Riverside News Network. Sept 11. http://www.swrnn.com/southwest-riverside/2010-09-11/environment/authorities-thousands-of-red-eared-slider-turtles-being-abandoned-across-southland.
Reference Number: 19484
Author: Southwest Riverside News Network staff.
Date (year): 2010
Title:Authorities: Thousands of red-eared slider turtles being abandoned across Southland.
Publisher:Southwest Riverside News Network.
Keywords: red-eared turtles, California
Trachemys scripta elegans CA - Wilson Park Pond in Torrance
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