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Kagayama, S., D. Ogano, M. Taniguchi, K. Mine, S. Ueno, H. Takahashi, N. Kamezaki, and M. Hasegawa. 2020. Species distribution modeling provides new insights into different spatial distribution patterns among native and alien freshwater turtles in Japan. Current Herpetology 39(2):147-159. https://bioone.org/journals/current-herpetology/volume-39/issue-2/hsj.39.147/Species-Distribution-Modeling-Provides-New-Insights-into-Different-Spatial-Distribution/10.5358/hsj.39.147.pdf.
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Reference Number: 36736
Type: Journal Article
Author: Kagayama, S., D. Ogano, M. Taniguchi, K. Mine, S. Ueno, H. Takahashi, N. Kamezaki, and M. Hasegawa
Date (year): 2020
Article Title:Species distribution modeling provides new insights into different spatial distribution patterns among native and alien freshwater turtles in Japan
Journal Name: Current Herpetology
Volume: 39
Issue: 2
Pages: 147-159
URL: https://bioone.org/journals/current-herpetology/volume-39/issue-2/hsj.39.147/Species-Distribution-Modeling-Provides-New-Insights-into-Different-Spatial-Distribution/10.5358/hsj.39.147.pdf
Keywords: Trachemys scripta elegans, Red-eared Slider, conservation biology, freshwater turtle community, interspecific interaction, niche similarity, species distribution model, pond turtle, mauremys-japonica, chinemys-reevesii, chrysemys-picta, hybridization, conservatism, populations, ecology, basking, impact
DOI: 10.5358/hsj.39.147
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