Biology and Conservation of Alligator Snapping Turtles (Macrochelys)
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Monroe 2023, kt, 460 Seiten, Abb. Mit den Kapiteln Biology and Conservation, Population Structure and Genetic Differentiation, Anthropogenic Threats, Standardized Field Method and Habitat Suitability Model to Assess Reintroduction Sites, Observations of the Suwannee Alli-gator Snapping Turtle from the Okefenokee Swamp, Distribution and Relative Abundance in the Florida Panhandle, New Location Records in Alabama, Distribution and Status in Alabama, Trapping Juvenile Alligator Snapping Turtles in South Mississippi, Status and Distribution in Northern Louisiana, Using Local Ecological Knowledge to document Distribution and Temporal Patterns in Texas, Distribution and Demography in Texas, A Temporal Assessment of the De-mographic Structure of a Protected Alligator Snapping Turtle Population, Determining Sexual Size Dimorphism in Southwest Georgia: Use of Morphometrics, Ultrasonography, and Testosterone, Variation in Relative Abundance, Population Structure, and Body Size of the Suwannee Alligator Snapping Turtle, Nesting Behavior and Ecology in a Captive Population, Nest Success in Louisiana, Nesting Ecology along the Lower Apalachicola River, Seasonal Reproductive Cy-cle in Southwest Georgia, Dietary Niche of Three Omnivorous Turtle Species in a Northern Florida River, Nesting Emergences and Other Terrestrial Movements, Observations of Male Combat in Florida and Georgia, Home Range and Habitat Use of Translocated Alligator Snap-ping Turtles in an Extensive River System, Diurnal Observations, Maximum Body Size of the Suwannee Alligator Snapping Turtle, Condition and Coloration of Lingual Lures, Bite-Force Scaling across Size Classes.
|Autor||CARR, J. ed.:|