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Inventory, F. N. A. (2001). Alligator snapping turtle. macroclemys temminckii. In G. Knight (Ed.), Field Guide to the Rare Plants and Animals of Florida Tallahassee, Florida: Florida State University.   
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Inventory, F. N. A. (2001). Barbour's map turtle. graptemys barbouri. In G. Knight (Ed.), Field Guide to the Rare Plants and Animals of Florida Tallahassee, Florida: Florida State University.   
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Inventory, F. N. A. (2001). Diamondbackterrapin. malaclemys terrapin. In G. Knight (Ed.), Field Guide to the Rare Plants and Animals of Florida Tallahassee, Florida: Florida State University.   
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Inventory, F. N. A. (2001). Escambia map turtle. graptemys ernsti. In G. Knight (Ed.), Field Guide to the Rare Plants and Animals of Florida Tallahassee, Florida: Florida State University.   
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Inventory, F. N. A. (2001). Spotted turtle. clemmys guttata. In G. Knight (Ed.), Field Guide to the Rare Plants and Animals of Florida Tallahassee, Florida: Florida State University.   
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Inventory, F. N. A. (2001). Striped mud turtle (lower keys). kinosternon baurii, lower keys population (considered in past, and still by some, to be distinct subspecies, k. b. baurii). In G. Knight (Ed.), Field Guide to the Rare Plants and Animals of Florida Tallahassee, Florida: Florida State University.   
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Inventory, F. N. A. (2001). Suwannee cooter. pseudemys concinna suwanniensis. In G. Knight (Ed.), Field Guide to the Rare Plants and Animals of Florida Tallahassee, Florida: Florida State University.   
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