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Freyman MJ.  2008.  The effect of litter accumulation of the invasive cattail Typha x glauca on a Great Lakes coastal marsh. Department of Biology. Master's Thesis:182.
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Fincke OMargaret.  1994.  Female colour polymorphism in damselflies: failure to reject the null hypothesis. Animal Behaviour. 47:1249-1266.
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Fincke OMargaret, Fargevieille A, Schultz TD.  2007.  Lack of innate preference for morph and species identity in mate-searching Enallagma damselflies. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 61(7):1121-1131.
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