These recent publications are new to our collections.

Campbell, Matthew D., Adam G. Pollack, Christopher T. Gledhill, Theodore S. Switzer, and Douglas A. DeVries. 2015. Comparison of relative abundance indices calculated from two methods of generating video count data. Fisheries Research 170:125-133.

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Escatel-Luna, Elena, Douglas H. Adams, Manuel Uribe-Alcocer, Valentina Islas-Villanueva, and Píndaro Díaz-Jaimes. 2015. Population genetic structure of the bonnethead shark, Sphyrna tiburo, from the western North Atlantic Ocean based on mtDNA sequences. Journal of Heredity 106(4):355-365. 

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Fields, Andrew T., Kevin A. Feldheim, Gregg R. Poulakis, and Demian D. Chapman. 2015. Facultative parthenogenesis in a critically endangered wild vertebrate. Current Biology 25:R446–R447. 

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Fire, Spencer E., Leanne J. Flewelling, Megan Stolen, Wendy Noke Durden, Martine de Wit, Ann C. Spellman, and Zhihong Wang. 2015. Brevetoxin-associated mass mortality event of bottlenose dolphins and manatees along the east coast of Florida, USA. Marine Ecology Progress Series 526:241-251.

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Harriger, Kathryn M., John R. Knight, and Matthew G. Wegener. 2015. Host-fish identifications for two Gulf coast-drainage freshwater mussels, Lampsilis straminea(southern fatmucket) and Quadrula succissa (purple pigtoe). Southeastern Naturalist 14(2):243-253.

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Kearney, Kelly A., Mark Butler, Robert Glazer, Christopher R. Kelble, Joseph E. Serafy, and Erik Stebenau. 2015. Quantifying Florida Bay habitat suitability for fishes and invertebrates under climate change scenarios. Environmental Management 55:836-856.

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Kiryu, Yasu, and Jan H. Landsberg. Neurotropic mesomycetozoean-like infection in larvae of the southern toad Anaxyrus terrestrisin Florida, USA. 2015. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 113:157-162.

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Thompson, Brandon C., Daniel C. Gwinn, and Micheal S. Allen. Evacuation times of radio transmitters consumed by largemouth bass. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35:621-625.

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Tremain, Derek M., and Adam M. Schaefer. 2015. Mercury concentrations in the prey of apex piscivores from a large subtropical estuary. Marine Pollution Bulletin 95(1):433-444.

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Ward, Mark A., and Jonathan D. Mays. 2015. Cicindela marginata Fabricius (Carabidae: Cicindelinae) in the northeastern United States: A tiger beetle in decline? Northeastern Naturalist 22(1):192-199.

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Scientists can determine the age of a fish by counting growth rings, similar to growth rings of a tree, on otoliths, the “inner ear bones” of fish.

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