These recent publications are new to our collections.

Enge, Kevin M.  and Kenneth D. Benfield. 2015. Lampropeltis elapsoides (scarlet kingsnake). Size record. Herpetological Review 46:209.

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Enge, Kevin M., Cody D. Godwin, Paul E. Moler, and Jonathan D. Mays. 2015. Plestiodon egregius onocrepis (peninsula mole skink). Albinism. Herpetological Review 46:259.   

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Hewett Ragheb, Erin L. , Cody Mezebish, and Bernard Lohr. 2015. Probable interspecific song learning in a Florida grasshopper sparrow (Ammodramus savannarum floridanus). The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 127(2):277-280.

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Johnston, Gerald R., Travis M. Thomas, Eric Suarez, Anthony Lau, and Joseph C. Mitchell. 2015. Population structure and body size of the Suwannee alligator snapping turtle (Macrochelys suwanniensis) in northern Florida. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 14:73-81.

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McClintock, Brett T., Dave P. Onorato, and Julien Martin. 2015. Endangered Florida panther population size determined from public reports of motor vehicle collision mortalities. Journal of Applied Ecology 52:893-901. 

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