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Tag: Amphibian/Reptile [clear filter]
Monday, February 6
 

1:20pm

4:00pm

 
Tuesday, February 7
 

1:20pm

1:40pm

2:00pm

2:20pm

2:40pm

4:00pm

6:00pm

Poster Display. Assessment of Painted Turtle Age and Size from Long-term Pond Study Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Common Snapping Turtle Monitoring and Assessment in Illinois Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Comparison of Two Sampling Techniques and Management Effects on Herptile Fauna of Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge, Northwest Missouri Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Dispersal of Vertebrates Among Islands in a Riverine Ecosystem Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Ecotypic Variation in Physiological Reaction Norms in Wintering Lizards: A Common-environment Experiment Using Populations from Two Latitudes Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Habitat Preferences of Turtles on 9-Mile Island of Pool 12 of the Mississippi River Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Minnows, Madtoms, and Mudpuppies: Population Demographics of Sensitive Aquatic Organisms Indicates Improved Habitat Conditions in the St. Clair-Detroit Rivers System Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Movement Patterns of Eastern Box Turtles in an Urban Ohio Landscape Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Population Structure Analysis of Western Painted Turtles Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Use of eDNA to Predict the Presence of Mudpuppies (Necturus Maculosus Maculosus) Along the St. Clair-Detroit River System Lancaster Ballroom Poster Display. Use of Silicone Passive Sampling Devices (PSDs) for Assaying Potential Exposure of Northern Leopard Frogs to Pesticides in Agricultural Wetlands Lancaster Ballroom