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Qu, Y.F., Y.Q. Wu, Y.T. Zhao, L.H. Lin, Y. Du, P. Li, H. Li, and X. Ji. 2020. The invasive red-eared slider turtle is more successful than the native Chinese three-keeled pond turtle: evidence from the gut microbiota. PeerJ 8:e10271. https://peerj.com/articles/10271.pdf.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 36763
Type: Journal Article
Author: Qu, Y.F., Y.Q. Wu, Y.T. Zhao, L.H. Lin, Y. Du, P. Li, H. Li, and X. Ji
Date (year): 2020
Article Title:The invasive red-eared slider turtle is more successful than the native Chinese three-keeled pond turtle: evidence from the gut microbiota
Journal Name: PeerJ
Volume: 8
Issue:
Pages: e10271
URL: https://peerj.com/articles/10271.pdf
Keywords: Chinemys reevesii, Gut microbial diversity, Gut microbiota, Invasive species, Native species, Trachemys scripta elegans, Red-eared Slider, Turtle
DOI: 10.7717/peerj.10271
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