These recent publications are new to our collections.

Adimey, Nicole M., Monica Ross, Madison Hall, James P. Reid, Margaret E. Barlas, Lucy W. Keith-Diagne, and Robert K. Bonde. 2016. Twenty-six years of post-release monitoring of Florida manatees (Trichechus manatus latirostris): Evaluation of a cooperative rehabilitation program. Aquatic Mammals 42(3):376-391.

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Baumstark, René, Renee Duffey, and Ruiliang Pu. 2016. Mapping seagrass and colonized hard bottom in Springs Coast, Florida using WorldView-2 satellite imagery. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 181:83-92.

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Bielefeld, Ronald R., Andrew Engilis Jr., Jamie C. Feddersen, John M. Eadie, Michael D. Tringali, and R. Joseph Benedict Jr. 2016. Is it a mottled duck? The key is in the feathers. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 10 pp. doi:10.1002/wsb.665.

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Brush, Janell M., Amy C. Schwarzer, and Peter C. Frederick. 2016. Importance and function of foraging and roost habitat for wintering American oystercatchers. Estuaries and Coasts, July 2016, 10 pp. doi:10.1007/s12237-016-0137-6.

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Decker, Daniel J., Krysten Schuler, Ann B. Forstchen, Margaret A. Wild, and William F. Siemer. 2016. Wildlife health and public trust responsibilities for wildlife resources. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 52(4), 10 pp. doi:10.7589/2016-03-066.

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Feehan, Colette J., Michael S. Brown, William C. Sharp, Jean-Sébastien Lauzon-Guay, and Diane K. Adams. 2016. Fertilization limitation of Diadema antillarum on coral reefs in the Florida Keys. Ecology 97(8):1897-1904.

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Grier, Harry J., Mari Carmen Uribe, Fabiana L. Lo Nostro, Steven D. Mims, and Lynne R. Parenti. 2016. Conserved form and function of the germinal epithelium through 500 million years of vertebrate evolution. Journal of Morphology 277(8):1014–1044.

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Hargrove, Stacy, Thierry Work, Shandell Brunson, Allen M. Foley, and George Balazs. 2016. Proceedings of the 2015 International Summit on Fibropapillomatosis: Global status, trends, and population impacts. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-PIFSC-54, 79 pp.

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Kemp, Dustin W., Michael A. Colella, Lucy A. Bartlett, Rob R. Ruzicka, James W. Porter, and William K. Fitt. 2016. Life after cold death: Reef coral and coral reef responses to the 2010 cold water anomaly in the Florida Keys. Ecosphere7(6):e01373, 17 pp. doi:10.1002/ecs2.1373.

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Krysko, Kenneth L., Louis A. Somma, Dustin C. Smith, Christopher R. Gillette, Daniel Cueva, Joseph A. Wasilewski, Kevin M. Enge, Steve A. Johnson, Todd S. Campbell, Jake R. Edwards, Michael R. Rochford, Rhyan Tompkins, Jeffrey L. Fobb, Scott Mullin, Christopher J. Lechowicz, Dallas Hazelton, and Aície Warren. 2016. New verified nonindigenous amphibians and reptiles in Florida through 2015, with a summary of over 152 years of introductions. IRCF Reptiles & Amphibians 23(2):110-143.

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Lasley, Robert M. Jr., Cheryl Lewis Ames, Robert Erdman, Sheri Parks, and Allen G. Collins. 2016. First record of the box jellyfish Tripedalia cystophora (Cnidaria: Cubozoa: Tripedaliidae) in the Gulf of Mexico. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 129:164-172.

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Ober, Holly K., Elizabeth C. Braun de Torrez, Jeffery A. Gore, Amanda M. Bailey, Jennifer K. Myers, Kathleen N. Smith, and Robert A. McCleery.  2016. Social organization of an endangered subtropical species, Eumops floridanus, the Florida bonneted bat. Mammalia 81, 9 pp., doi:10.1515/mammalia-2015-0183.

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Ryan, Mason J., Chris T. McAllister, Lance A. Durden, Yasunari Kiryu, Jan H. Landsberg, Ian Latella, J. Tomasz Giermakowski, Howard Snell, and Jen Stabile. 2016. Anaxyrus microscaphus (Arizona toad) ectoparasites. Herpetological Review 47(3):436–438.

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Stevens, P.W., D.A. Blewett, R.E. Boucek, J.S. Rehage, B.L. Winner, J.M. Young, J.A. Whittington, and R. Paperno. 2016. Resilience of a tropical sport fish population to a severe cold event varies across five estuaries in southern Florida. Ecosphere 7(8):e01400, 13 pp. doi:10.1002/ecs2.1400.

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