diamondback terrapin


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Synonyms for diamondback terrapin

of marshes along Atlantic and Gulf Coasts of United States

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The sign highlights resident and migratory wildlife species such as bottlenose dolphins, otters, manatees, and diamondback terrapins through a series of beautiful and informative images.
Orientation behavior of another turtle, the diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin pileata), has not been as thoroughly examined.
Temperature relations in nests of the northern diamondback terrapin, Malaclemys terrapin terrapin.
Although the diamondback terrapin has not been listed as threatened or endangered in New Jersey, it is considered a species of special concern.
Both actively fished crab pots (AFCPs) and DCPs pose a significant threat of drowning to diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin), a coastal species of concern in the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island, and Virginia (Roosenburg et al.
EVALUATION OF MATERNAL INVESTMENT IN EGGS AND HATCHLINGS OF THE DIAMONDBACK TERRAPIN.
The man was issued summonses for possession of undersized summer flounder and for taking diamondback terrapin out of season.
Boudreaux takes on the writer of an editorial in the Baltimore Sun over that paper's assertion that the reason the diamondback terrapin is an endangered species is that "demand for them as food or pets has skyrocketed.
A preliminary assessment was made of Texas diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin littoralis) in the Nueces Estuary, Texas from September 2010-December 2010 and in October 2011.
Nesting, nest predation and hatchling emergence of the Carolina diamondback terrapin, Malaclemys terrapin centrata, in Northeastern Florida.
The diamondback terrapin, Malaclerays terrapin, is associated with coastal wetlands that coincide with the highly developed eastern portions of the state.
The migration of diamondback terrapin turtles happens every year at JFK, which is built on the edge of Jamaica Bay and a federally protected park.
Jemma's Got the Travel Bug" is a beautifully illustrated story about a young diamondback terrapin from the Chesapeake Bay who decides to become adventurous and follow her friends the eel and the osprey to deeper waters.