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Goodman, C.M., G.F.M. Jongsma, J.E. Hill, E.L. Stanley, Q.M. Tuckett, D.C. Blackburn, and C.M. Romagosa. 2021. A case of mistaken identity: genetic and anatomical evidence reveals the cryptic invasion of Xenopus tropicalis in Central Florida. Journal of Herpetology 55(1):62-69. https://doi.org/10.1670/20-083.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 35681
Type: Journal Article
Author: Goodman, C.M., G.F.M. Jongsma, J.E. Hill, E.L. Stanley, Q.M. Tuckett, D.C. Blackburn, and C.M. Romagosa
Date (year): 2021
Article Title:A case of mistaken identity: genetic and anatomical evidence reveals the cryptic invasion of Xenopus tropicalis in Central Florida
Journal Name: Journal of Herpetology
Volume: 55
Issue: 1
Pages: 62-69
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Keywords: Xenopus tropicalis, Western clawed frog, Xenopus laevis, African clawed frog, tropical clawed frog, cryptic species, genetics, DNA
DOI: 10.1670/20-083
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Xenopus tropicalis

    FL - Riverview, ACF Pond - detention pond adjacent to Rice Creek
    FL - Riverview, ACF Pond - detention pond adjacent to Rice Creek
    FL - Riverview, ACF Pond - detention pond adjacent to Rice Creek
    FL - Riverview, ACF Pond - detention pond adjacent to Rice Creek


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