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Comparative demography of Clemmys marmorata populations in the Trinity River of California in the context of dam-induced alterationsAuthor(s): D.A. Reese; Hartwell H. Welsh
Source: Journal of Herpetology 32(4):505-515
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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CitationReese, D.A.; Welsh, Hartwell H., Jr. 1998. Comparative demography of Clemmys marmorata populations in the Trinity River of California in the context of dam-induced alterations. Journal of Herpetology 32(4):505-515
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