Publications of research conducted or funded by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.

Enge, K.M. 2002. Herpetofaunal drift-fence survey of two seepage bogs in Okaloosa County, Florida. Florida Scientist 65:67–82.

Enge, K.M. 2002. Herpetofaunal drift-fence survey of steephead ravines and seepage bogs in the western Florida Panhandle. Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Final Performance Report, Tallahassee, Florida. 66 pp. Access Publication.

Anderson, K. and P.E. Moler. 1986. Natural hybrids of the Pine Barrens treefrog, Hyla andersonii with H. cinereaand and H. femoralis (Anura, Hylidae): morphological and chromosomal evidence. Copeia (1):70-76. Access Publication.

Moler, P.E. 1981. Notes on Hyla andersonii in Florida and Alabama. Journal of Herpetology 15(4):441-444. Access Publication.

Moler, P.E. 1980. The Florida population of the Pine Barrens treefrog (Hyla andersonii): a status review. Pine Barrens Treefrog Population Completion Report (unpublished), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Means, D.B. and P.E. Moler. 1978. The Pine Barrens treefrog: fire, seepage bogs, and management implications. Proceedings of the Rare and Endangered Wildlife Symposium. Technical Bulletin WL 4: 77-83. Access Publication.



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