Escambia River

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Es·cam·bi·a River

 (ə-skăm′bē-ə)
A river of the Florida Panhandle flowing about 80 km (50 mi) south from the Alabama border to Escambia Bay, an arm of the Gulf of Mexico near Pensacola.
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Although Shealy (1976) published life history research on the "Alabama Map Turtle (Gaptemyspulchra)," this study was conducted in the Conecuh River where it has since been determined that the map turtle there is instead a different, cryptic species, the Escambia Map Turtle (Graptemys ernsti; Lovich and McCoy 1992).
This magnificent river starts far north in Alabama where it is known as the Conecuh River.
She then contacted Pensacola Approach Control and reported her bird strike, which occurred over the Conecuh River bridge.
Samples were collected from Big Creek (CR6, Spring Hill), Big Creek (Spradley Drive, Troy), Walnut Creek (Hwy 231, Troy), the Pea River (SW Brundidge), and the Conecuh River (231 Hwy, Troy).
STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF FISH ASSEMBLAGES IN BEAVER PONDS OF THE CHOCTAWHATCHEE-PEA AND CONECUH RIVER WATERSHEDS, ALABAMA.
Twenty-five beaver ponds in the Choctawhatchee-Pea and Conecuh River watersheds of Alabama were examined.