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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: Reporter: Encyclopedia Texanica - Texas myth #319 - The horny toad can squirt blood from its eyes
Authors: Dingus,Anne
Source: Texas Monthly, 2006, 34 :5 ,pg 46-  
Subjects: Horned toads Animals
Additional Information: ID: 3861; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46534
 
Title: Love stinks: Texas skunks risk life and limb during mating season
Authors: Smith,Rodgers Sheryl
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2006, 64 :2 ,pg 10-  
Subjects: Skunks Animals
Additional Information: ID: 4824; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50250
 
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: 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: Back in black: With or without a stocking program, the black bear is returning to East Texas
Authors: Patoski,Joe Nick
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2006, 64 :2 ,pg 20- 29
Subjects: Black bear Animals
Additional Information: ID: 4832; Westside bears: An unlikely success story.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 49272
 
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: Book reviews (review of Prairie Dog Empire: A Saga of the Shortgrass Prairie by Paul A. Johnsgard)
Authors: Grover,Herbert D.
Source: West Texas Historical Association Year Book, 2006, 82 : ,pg 219- 243
Subjects: Johnsgard Paul A Prairie ecology - Great Plains (Book review) Prairie animals - Great Plains (Book review)
Additional Information: ID: 5002; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 47046
 
Title: Hatching hope: A record 51 Kemp's ridley turtle nests were found along the Texas coast last year, but the species still faces an uphill climb
Authors: Gaskill,Melissa
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2006, 64 :3 ,pg 10-  
Subjects: Turtles Animals
Additional Information: ID: 3522; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46905
 
Title: Around the state: March
Authors: Vine,Katy
Source: Texas Monthly, 2006, 34 :3 ,pg 23-  
Subjects: Sweetwater (Tex.) Rattlesnakes Animals
Additional Information: ID: 4584; World's Largest Rattlesnake Roundup.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50611
 
Title: Tree-climbing foxes
Authors: Warren,Penelope
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2006, 64 :6 ,pg 52- 54
Subjects: Foxes Animals
Additional Information: ID: 3577; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50660
 
Title: Otter tracking
Authors: Wharton,Ciel
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2006, 64 :6 ,pg 12-  
Subjects: Animals Otters
Additional Information: ID: 3565; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50698
 
Title: A bat attitude; Bats make good neighbors for Texas farmers, cities
Authors: Freeman,Angela
Source: Fiscal Notes, 2005, : ,pg Online-  
Subjects: Bats Animals
Additional Information: ID: 1608; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 46818
 
Title: Texas reader: Prairie ghost
Authors: Lohrmann,Charles J.
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2005, 63 :1 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: Antelopes Animals
Additional Information: ID: 1104; Pronghorn.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 48279
 
Title: Prairie dog paradise: Once extirpated in large numbers from the Texas Plains, the often-maligned prairie dog has found an unlikely new home
Authors:
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2005, 63 :2 ,pg 14- 15
Subjects: Prairie dogs Animals
Additional Information: ID: 407; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 40902
 
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: Trapping ocelots with a camera
Authors: Smith-Rodgers,Sheryl
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2005, 63 :6 ,pg 14-  
Subjects: Photography Ocelot Animals
Additional Information: ID: 1530; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50093
 
Title: Bat-o-matics: In a new study, scientists hope to quantify the value of bats in Texas
Authors: Smith-Rodgers,Sheryl
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2005, 63 :6 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: Bats Animals
Additional Information: ID: 1531; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50094
 
Title: Bat-o-matics: In a new study, scientists hope to quantifity the value of bats in Texas
Authors: Smith-Rodgers,Sheryl
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2005, 63 :6 ,pg 15-  
Subjects: Bats Animals
Additional Information: ID: 1929; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 50095
 
Title: King of the mountain
Authors: Klepper,E. Dan
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2005, 63 :6 ,pg 52- 54
Subjects: Pumas Cougars Animals
Additional Information: ID: 1540; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 48053
 
Title: The kangaroo rat
Authors: Klepper,E. Dan
Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife, 2004, 62 :5 ,pg 56- 58
Subjects: Kangaroo rat Animals
Additional Information: ID: 27759; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 35913
 
Title: Too much of a good thing: What are Texas cities to do with their overpopulation of deer?
Authors: Henry,Ryan;Traeger,Drew
Source: Texas Town and City, 2004, 91 :4 ,pg 50- 51
Subjects: Deer Animals
Additional Information: ID: 27441; Trap, Transport, and Transplant permits.; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 33813
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