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The Batrachians and Reptiles of Indiana

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Published by Wm. B. Burford .
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Hay, O.P. The batrachians and reptiles of the state of Indiana. Annual Report of the Indiana Department of Geology and Natural Resources – Hay, R. a. Blanchard’s cricket frog (Acris crepitans blanchardi) in Wisconsin: a vanishing species. P. In Abstracts, Midwest Declining Amphibians Conference, March 20– Familia: Kinosternidae Subfamilia: Kinosterninae - Staurotypinae. The Batrachians and Reptiles of the State of Indiana. Annual Report of the Indiana Department of Geology and Natural Resources – Turtle Taxonomy Working Group (van Dijk, P.P., Iverson. The Batrachians and Reptiles of the State of Indiana. By OLIVER P. HAY. Indianapolis, William P. Burford, Printer and Binder Science 24 Mar Full Access Restricted Access.


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His publications, besides many monographs on the nomenclature, anatomy, classification of new species of fishes, selachians, batrachians, reptiles, and similar topics, include “The Reptiles and Batrachians of North America” (Cambridge, ); “Check List of the North American Reptiles and Batrachians” (Salem, ); “The Reptiles of.

Annotated list of the reptiles and batrachians collected by the Death Valley Expedition inwith descriptions of new species. North American Fauna, No. 7: (+ 14 plates + 4 maps) - Higher Taxa: Colubridae (Natricinae), Colubroidea, Caenophidia, Alethinophidia, Serpentes, Squamata (snakes).

Cross-cultural folk beliefs about milk-suckling or milk-drinking amphibians and reptiles have long been noted by scholars. European dialectal folklore, for instance, has countless instances of cow-suckling and milk-stealing animals including butterflies, reptiles, batrachians, hares, hedgehogs and nocturnal birds.

These creatures are regularly said to sneak into the domestic space at night to Cited by: 2. In book: Sensory Evolution on the Threshold. Adaptations in Secondarily Aquatic Vertebrates, Publisher: University of California Press, Editors: J.G.M. Thewissen and S. Nummela (eds, pp Cite. A list of the mammals, reptiles and batrachians of Monroe County, Indiana: Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington: Journal: Indiana: Corynorhinus macrotis Corynorhinus rafinesquii Eptesicus fuscus Lasiurus borealis Lasiurus cinereus Myotis leibii Myotis lucifugus Myotis subulatus.

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The reptiles and batrachians of North America. Part I. Ophidians. Memoirs of the Museum of Comparative Zoology 8: 1– BHL; Cope, E.D.

[] On the snakes of Florida. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 11(): – BHL; Hay, O.P. The batrachians and reptiles of the State of Indiana. Literature Cited. Altig, R. and R. Lohoefener. Rana areolata Cat. Amphib. and Reptiles. Anderson, J.

Ambystoma Am. Evidence of toxic saliva in this species stems primarily from observations on feeding be- havior. MALNATE () observed a captive R. flavilata feeding on a green anole (Anoli.s carolinensis). The snake seized its prey, chewed occasionally until struggling stopped, and completed by: InWeed published “Notes on Reptiles and Batrachians of Central Illinois” (Copeia ), in which he lists species of amphibians and reptiles observed during “half a day snake hunting” at Barlow Lake, “about four miles below Meredosia and on the west side of the river” and various other locations near Meredosia.

Karl. Loennberg, E. Notes on reptiles and batrachians collected in Florida in and Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum – 54 Mager, A., Jr. Five-year status reviews of sea turtles listed under the Endangered Species Act of National Marine Fisheries Service, Washington, D.C., USA.

90pp. A VALID SPECIES. CHARLES F. WALKER, Ohio State Museum. Since the summer ofwhen Mr. Edward S, Thomas and I first collected specimens of a strange chorus frog in Hocking County, it has been apparent that there are two distinct forms of Pseudacris in.

The Book of the Great Sea Dragons, Ichthyosauri and Plesiosauri, Gedolim Taninim of Moses. Extinct Monsters of the Ancient Earth. 27 pp., 30 plates, folio, half roan. London, $  In all of these expeditions six hundred and thirty-five new species were discovered, including one hundred fishes, one hundred and seventy-five reptiles, ten birds, and three hundred and fifty mammals, from which have been constituted the extinct orders Actinochiri (fishes), Stegocephali (batrachians), Charistodera, Pythonomorpha, and.NOTES 1 day EllIm days FI days > 6 days n P.

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