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Évaluation et Rapport de situation du COSEPAC sur la tortue de l'Ouest (Clemmys marmorata) au Canada

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IEP – Interagency Ecological Program. Dernière mise à jour : juillet 2001. (

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USACE – United States Army Corps of Engineers (

USFWS - United States Fish and Wildlife Service (

WPTP – Western Pond Turtle Project. (>

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