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Braun, A.P., and Q.E. Phelps. 2016. Habitat use by five turtle species in the middle Mississippi River. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 15(1):62-68. https://bioone.org/journals/chelonian-conservation-and-biology/volume-15/issue-1/CCB-1156.1/Habitat-Use-by-Five-Turtle-Species-in-the-Middle-Mississippi/10.2744/CCB-1156.1.short.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 36714
Type: Journal Article
Author: Braun, A.P., and Q.E. Phelps
Date (year): 2016
Article Title:Habitat use by five turtle species in the middle Mississippi River
Journal Name: Chelonian Conservation and Biology
Volume: 15
Issue: 1
Pages: 62-68
URL: https://bioone.org/journals/chelonian-conservation-and-biology/volume-15/issue-1/CCB-1156.1/Habitat-Use-by-Five-Turtle-Species-in-the-Middle-Mississippi/10.2744/CCB-1156.1.short
Keywords: Trachemys scripta elegans, Red-eared Slider, reptilia, testudines, graptemys pseudogeographica, trachemys scripta, chelydra serpentina, apalone mutica, apalone spinifera, false map turtle, red-eared slider, common snapping turtle, smooth softshell turtle, spiny softshell turtle, mississippi river, by-catch, habitat use, fresh-water turtles, fish assemblages, environmental gradients, chelydra-serpentina, apalone-spinifera, softshell turtles, channel-border, map turtles, basking, conservation
DOI: 10.2744/ccb-1156.1
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