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  • Book

    Araujo, R. and Ramos, M. A.

    Action plans for margaritifera auricularia and margaritifera margaritifera in Europe

    2001 - Council of Europe - Strasbourg

    In-text: (Araujo and Ramos 5-10)

    Your Bibliography: Araujo, Rafael, and Ma. Angeles Ramos. Action Plans For Margaritifera Auricularia And Margaritifera Margaritifera In Europe. 18th ed. Strasbourg: Council of Europe, 2001. Print.

  • Journal

    Cosgrove, P., Young, M., Hastie, L., Gaywood, M. and Boon, P.

    The status of the freshwater pearl mussel Margaritifera margaritifera Linn. in Scotland

    2020 - Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems

    In-text: (Cosgrove et al. 197-208)

    Your Bibliography: Cosgrove, P et al. "The Status Of The Freshwater Pearl Mussel Margaritifera Margaritifera Linn. In Scotland." Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 10 (2020): 197-208. Print.

  • Journal

    Cosgrove, P. and Hastie, L.

    Wildlife crime and Scottish freshwater pearl mussels

    2020 - British Wildlife

    In-text: (Cosgrove and Hastie 10-13)

    Your Bibliography: Cosgrove, P, and L Hastie. "Wildlife Crime And Scottish Freshwater Pearl Mussels." British Wildlife 24.1 (2020): 10-13. Print.

  • Journal

    Gupta, S. K., Verma, S. K. and Singh, L.

    Molecular insight into a wildlife crime: the case of a peafowl slaughter

    2005 - Forensic Science International

    In-text: (Gupta, Verma and Singh 214-217)

    Your Bibliography: Gupta, Sandeep Kumar, Sunil Kumar Verma, and Lalji Singh. "Molecular Insight Into A Wildlife Crime: The Case Of A Peafowl Slaughter." Forensic Science International 154.2-3 (2005): 214-217. Web.

  • Journal

    Henley, W., Grobler, P. and Neves, R.

    NON-INVASIVE METHOD TO OBTAIN DNA FROM FRESHWATER MUSSELS (BIVALVIA: UNIONIDAE)

    2006 - Journal of Shellfish Research

    In-text: (Henley, Grobler and Neves 975-977)

    Your Bibliography: Henley, W, P Grobler, and R Neves. "NON-INVASIVE METHOD TO OBTAIN DNA FROM FRESHWATER MUSSELS (BIVALVIA: UNIONIDAE)." Journal of Shellfish Research 25.3 (2006): 975-977. Web.

  • Journal

    Meyer, J. B., Cartier, L. E., Pinto-Figueroa, E. A., Krzemnicki, M. S., Hänni, H. A. and McDonald, B. A.

    DNA Fingerprinting of Pearls to Determine Their Origins

    2013 - PLoS ONE

    In-text: (Meyer et al. e75606)

    Your Bibliography: Meyer, Joana B. et al. "DNA Fingerprinting Of Pearls To Determine Their Origins." PLoS ONE 8.10 (2013): e75606. Web.

  • Journal

    Ogden, R., Dawnay, N. and McEwing, R.

    Wildlife DNA forensics—bridging the gap between conservation genetics and law enforcement

    2009 - Endangered Species Research

    In-text: (Ogden, Dawnay and McEwing 179-195)

    Your Bibliography: Ogden, R, N Dawnay, and R McEwing. "Wildlife DNA Forensics—Bridging The Gap Between Conservation Genetics And Law Enforcement." Endangered Species Research 9 (2009): 179-195. Web.

  • Journal

    Pretorius, Y., Garaï, M. E. and Bates, L. A.

    The status of African elephant Loxodonta africana populations in South Africa

    2018 - Oryx

    In-text: (Pretorius, Garaï and Bates 757-763)

    Your Bibliography: Pretorius, Yolanda, Marion E. Garaï, and Lucy A. Bates. "The Status Of African Elephant Loxodonta Africana Populations In South Africa." Oryx 53.4 (2018): 757-763. Web.

  • Journal

    Skinner, A., Young, M. and Hastie, L.

    Ecology of the Freshwater Pearl Mussel

    2003 - Conserving Natura 2000 Rivers Ecology

    In-text: (Skinner, Young and Hastie 3-5)

    Your Bibliography: Skinner, A, M Young, and L Hastie. "Ecology Of The Freshwater Pearl Mussel." Conserving Natura 2000 Rivers Ecology 2 (2003): 3-5. Print.

  • Journal

    Verma, S. K. and Singh, L.

    Novel universal primers establish identity of an enormous number of animal species for forensic application

    2002 - Molecular Ecology Notes

    In-text: (Verma and Singh 28-31)

    Your Bibliography: Verma, S. K., and L. Singh. "Novel Universal Primers Establish Identity Of An Enormous Number Of Animal Species For Forensic Application." Molecular Ecology Notes 3.1 (2002): 28-31. Web.

  • Journal

    Wilson, C. D., Roberts, D. and Reid, N.

    Applying species distribution modelling to identify areas of high conservation value for endangered species: A case study using Margaritifera margaritifera (L.)

    2011 - Biological Conservation

    In-text: (Wilson, Roberts and Reid 821-829)

    Your Bibliography: Wilson, Conor D., Dai Roberts, and Neil Reid. "Applying Species Distribution Modelling To Identify Areas Of High Conservation Value For Endangered Species: A Case Study Using Margaritifera Margaritifera (L.)." Biological Conservation 144.2 (2011): 821-829. Web.

  • Journal

    Young, M.

    Conserving the freshwater pearl mussel (Margaritifera margaritifera L.) in the British Isles and continental Europe

    1992 - Biological Conservation

    In-text: (Young 145)

    Your Bibliography: Young, M. "Conserving The Freshwater Pearl Mussel (Margaritifera Margaritifera L.) In The British Isles And Continental Europe." Biological Conservation 60.2 (1992): 145. Web.

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