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Title: Unwelcome visitors
Authors: Holtcamp,Wendee
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2010, 68 :3 ,pg 10-  
Subjects: Mussels Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 562; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 89410
 
Title: Sand dollar
Authors: Smith-Rodgers,Sheryl
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2008, 66 :5 ,pg 16-  
Subjects: Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 8280; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50130
 
Title: Brainy beast
Authors: Smith-Rodgers,Sheryl
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2008, 66 :7 ,pg 12-  
Subjects: Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 9732; Octopus; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50150
 
Title: Winning the shell game
Authors: Bozka,Larry
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2007, 65 :06 ,pg 12- 13
Subjects: Oysters Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 5990; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 45635
 
Title: Hatching a revolution: Fishing's great in Texas, and here's why
Authors: Hodge,Larry D.
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2006, 64 :4 ,pg 38- 43
Subjects: Carp Marine animals Fish hatcheries
Additional Information: ID: 3545; The carp fiasco: How not to manage a fishery.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47536
 
Title: Bass under the microscope
Authors: Hodge,Larry D.
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2006, 64 :2 ,pg 38- 43
Subjects: Bass Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 4834; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47544
 
Title: Life in a puddle: The dormant embryos of 'Sea-Monkeys' and other brachiopods can survive being frozen, thawed and even eaten by a bird
Authors: Cortez,Dyanne Fry
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2006, 64 :7 ,pg 86+-  
Subjects: Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 3592; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46311
 
Title: Sounds of the spawn: TPWD researchers use hydrophones to locate spawning areas of speckled trout
Authors: Bozka,Larry
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2006, 65 :1 ,pg 10-  
Subjects: Speckled trout Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 4810; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 45630
 
Title: Magic in the mud: From the common stingray to the bizarre sea robin, bottom dwellers are a vital part of marine ecosystems
Authors: Acker,G. Elaine &. Guerra Michael
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2006, 64 :3 ,pg 36- 41
Subjects: Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 3530; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 45193
 
Title: The life and times of the speckled trout
Authors: Bozka,Larry
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2005, 63 :5 ,pg 54- 59
Subjects: Speckled trout Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 442; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 45623
 
Title: Noxious goo and a stinger, too: How to avoid jellyfish and stingrays--and what to do if they penetrate your defenses
Authors: Bozka,Larry
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2005, 63 :6 ,pg 16-  
Subjects: Stingrays Jellyfishes Dangerous marine animals First aid in illness and injury
Additional Information: ID: 1532; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 45625
 
Title: Save the monkeyface! Despice their funny names, freshwater mussels are important indicators of a river's overall health
Authors: Holtcamp,Wendee
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2005, 63 :4 ,pg 54- 59
Subjects: Mussels Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 429; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47655
 
Title: The oyster's odyssey: Texas oysters are an incredibly precious but - with a little help - readily renewable coastal resource
Authors: Bozka,Larry
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2003, 61 :9 ,pg 38- 45
Subjects: Oysters Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 25528; Monitoring mollusks; oyster leases.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 29369
 
Title: The oyster's odyssey: Texas oysters are an incredibly precious but - with a little help - readily renewable coastal resource
Authors: Bozka,Larry
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2003, 61 :9 ,pg 38- 45
Subjects: Marine animals Oysters
Additional Information: ID: 25528; Monitoring mollusks; oyster leases.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 75304
 
Title: Wild horses: Can this enchanting creature survive in its watery realm?
Authors: Robbins,Elaine
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2002, 60 :5 ,pg 54- 55
Subjects: Marine animals Sea horses
Additional Information: ID: 20909; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 73179
 
Title: Kings of the deep: Gray and humpback whales vacation on Mexico's Pacific coast, to the delight of tourists and oceanographers alike
Authors: Alisau,Patricia
Source: Business Mexico, 2002, 12 :4 ,pg 58- 61
Subjects: Marine animals Mexico - Whales
Additional Information: ID: 21594; Insert: Whale-watching excursions.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 71967
 
Title: Scout: Aw, shucks: Here are the ins and outs of opening an oyster
Authors: Dirico,Elaine
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2002, 60 :9 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: Marine animals Oysters
Additional Information: ID: 21226; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 72288
 
Title: For the road: By the way
Authors:
Source: Texas Highways, 2002, 49 :7 ,pg 54- 55
Subjects: Marine animals Sea turtles South Padre Island (Tex.)
Additional Information: ID: 22171; Statewide events: Sea Turtle, Inc. at South Padre Island.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 71084
 
Title: Scout: Illegal exotica: Is it a piranha? No, but this and other exotic fishes are a lurking threat in Texas waters
Authors: Kurzawski,Ken
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2002, 60 :9 ,pg 14-  
Subjects: Marine animals Pacu fish Water
Additional Information: ID: 21224; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 72759
 
Title: Scout Off course
Authors: Moore,Chester Jr
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2002, 60 :10 ,pg 16- 17
Subjects: Marine animals Whales
Additional Information: ID: 21294; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 72964
 
Title: Kings of the deep: Gray and humpback whales vacation on Mexico's Pacific coast, to the delight of tourists and oceanographers alike
Authors: Alisau,Patricia
Source: Business Mexico, 2002, 12 :4 ,pg 58- 61
Subjects: Mexico - Whales Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 21594; Insert: Whale-watching excursions.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 28229
 
Title: Scout: Aw, shucks: Here are the ins and outs of opening an oyster
Authors: Dirico,Elaine
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2002, 60 :9 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: Oysters Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 21226; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 31545
 
Title: Scout: Illegal exotica: Is it a piranha? No, but this and other exotic fishes are a lurking threat in Texas waters
Authors: Kurzawski,Ken
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2002, 60 :9 ,pg 14-  
Subjects: Marine animals Pacu fish
Additional Information: ID: 21224; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 35996
 
Title: Scout Off course
Authors: Moore,Chester Jr
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2002, 60 :10 ,pg 16- 17
Subjects: Whales Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 21294; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 37877
 
Title: Wild horses: Can this enchanting creature survive in its watery realm?
Authors: Robbins,Elaine
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2002, 60 :5 ,pg 54- 55
Subjects: Sea horses Marine animals
Additional Information: ID: 20909; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 39937
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