These recent publications are new to our collections.

Cox WA, Bankovich B, Malachowski K, Schwarzer AC, Paul A, Rachal M, Lorenz JJ, Meyer KD, Kent GM. 2018. Nest site selection by reddish egrets in Florida. J Wildl Manage. XX:XX.

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Crowley CE, Gandy RL, Daly KL, Leone EH. 2018. Assessment of maturity in the eastern Gulf of Mexico Florida stone crab Menippe mercenaria fishery. Trans Am Fish Soc. XX:XX.

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Harvey JW, Harr KE, Murphy D, Walsh MT, de Wit M, Deutsch CJ, Bonde RK. 2018. Serum proteins in healthy and diseased Florida manatees (Trichechus manatus latirostris). Comp Clin Path. XX:XX.

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Schrandt M, Powers S, Rikard FS, Thongda W, Peatman E. 2018. Short-term low salinity mitigates effects of oil and dispersant on juvenile eastern oysters: a laboratory experiment with implications for oil spill response activities. PLOS ONE. 13(9):e0203485.

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Schrandt MN, Switzer TS, Stafford CJ, Flaherty-Walia KE, Paperno R, Matheson RE. 2018. Similar habitats, different communities: fish and large invertebrate assemblages in eastern Gulf of Mexico polyhaline seagrasses relate more to estuary morphology than latitude. Estuar Coast Shelf Sci. 213:217–229.

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Shamblin BM, Witherington BE, Hirama S, Hardy RF, Nairn CJ. 2018. Mixed stock analyses indicate population-scale connectivity effects of active dispersal by surface-pelagic green turtles. Mar Ecol Prog Ser. 601:215-226.

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