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terrapin

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Evaluating the efficiency and necessity of requiring bycatch reduction devices on pots in the peeler crab fishery: qualifying and characterizing spatial and temporal overlap of activities between diamondback terrapins (Malaclemys terrapin) and the commercial fishery for peeler blue crabs (Callinectes sapidus), 13 p.
Bycatch was dominated by blue crab (Callinectes sapidus) and Florida stone crab (Menippe mercenaria) and included 5 diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) and 1 clapper rail (Rallus crepitans).
Both actively fished crab pots (AFCPs) and DCPs pose a significant threat of drowning to diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin), a coastal species of concern in the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island, and Virginia (Roosenburg et al.
Third workshop on the ecology, status, and, conservation of diamondback terrapins (Malaclemys terrapin): Results and recommendations.
The effectiveness of by-catch reduction devices on crab pots at reducing capture and mortality of diamondback terrapins (Malaclemys terrapin) in Florida.
2000a, 2000b), Common snapping turtles (Albers, Sileo, & Mulhern, 1986; Meyers-Schone, Shugart, Beauchamp, & Walton, 1993), Diamondback terrapins (Burger, 2002), and sliders (Meyers-Schone et al.
For 10 species (Malayan box turtles, Indian star tortoises, Black-breasted leaf turtles, Spiny turtles, Yellow mud turtles, Sulawesi forest turtles, Diamondback terrapins, Chinese softshell turtles, Keeled box turtles, and Central American wood turtles), 70% of the edible samples (liver, kidney, and muscle) can be safely consumed more than four times per month.
The conditions seem excellent for the successful introduction of the diamondback terrapin to the west coast.
The results of this study suggest that captive raised and wild diamondback terrapins are not infested with blood or intestinal parasites -- an unlikely occurrence.
Occurrence and Effects of Barnacle Infestations on Diamondback Terrapins.
The 5 x 10 cm TED physically excludes most diamondback terrapins (Wood(1,2)).
No diamondback terrapins were caught during this study or other recent trap studies (Guillory, 1989, 1993; Arcement and Guillory, 1993; Guillory and Merrell, 1993; Guillory and Prejean, 1997; Guillory and Hein, 1998a; Prejean and Guillory, 1998) in the Terrebonne/Timbalier estuary.