2 ^ A Bibliography OF THE Herpetofauna of Florida KEVIN N. ENGE S C. KENNETH DODD JR U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Gainesville Laboratory smithsonian herpetological information SERVICE NO
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4 . Introduction The literature on the herpetofauna of Florida is as expected rather diverse and widely scattered. This is due to the large number of species of amphibians and reptiles within the state and to the many herpetologi st s both professional and amateur who have studied its many endemic species subspecies and unique phenotypes and published their findings in short notes and long books. Few states can match its biotic diversity yet increasing human population is leading to more and more habitat alteration and fragmentation thus jeopardizing crucial habitats and the species that depend upon them. In order to assist biologists and others who are interested in and concerned about Florida's amphibians and reptiles we have assembled this bibliography. We have included standard scientific references popular articles theses and dissertations and much of the so-called "gray" literature dealing with contracted but often unpublished government and privately funded research. Our hope is that by making these references available in a single source future research and conservation activities will be facilitated. We would like to thank James N. Stuart who started the project to assemble these references and the following individuals who provided additional information: Ray Ashton David Auth John Iverson Dale Jackson Howard Kochman Julian Lee D. Bruce Means Paul Moler Henry Mushinsky Paul Raymond and Richard Seigel. We especially thank Luana Whitehead for typing the initial drafts of the manuscript and Anita Brand for typing the many revisions Achor K. L. and P. E. Moler Geographic distribution: Anolis equestris (knight anole). Herpetol. Rev. 13:131. Adams S. E. M. H. Smith and R. Baccus Biochemical variation in the American alligator. Herpetologica 36: Adams S. H A sack of snakes. New Yorker 17(3):30-3A. Adams W. L Nuisance alligator control. Fla. Wildl. 32(2): Alberson H. C "Cracker chicken" hunt. Fla. Wildl. 7(3): Alford R. A Population structure of Gopherus polyphemus in northern Florida. J. Herpetol. 14: Community organization and behavior of anuran larvae in a northern Florida temporary pond. M.S. Thesis Univ. Fla. Gainesville. 97 pp. _ and M. L. Crump Habitat partitioning among size classes of larval southern leopard frogs Rana utricular ia. Copeia 1982: Allen E. R Florida snake venom experiments. Proc. Fla. Acad. Sci. 2: The copperhead in northern Florida. Copeia 1938: Notes on the feeding and egg-laying habits of the Pseudemys. Proc. Fla. Acad. Sci. 3: Notes on Florida water snakes. Proc. Fla. Acad. Sci. 3: Notes on Wright's bullfrog Rana heckscheri (Wright). Copeia 1938: Habits of Rhadinea f lavilata. Copeia 1939:175.
5 1939. Hyla versicolor versicolor from Silver Springs Florida. Copeia 1939: About Florida's alligators. Fla. Game and Fish (Aug.): i Florida water snakes. Publ. Ross Allen's Reptile Inst. Silver Springs Fla The truth about turtles. Fla. Wildl. l(9): Range of cane-brake rattlesnake in Florida. Copeia 1949: Sounds produced by the Suwannee terrapin. Copeia 1950: Ward's great blue heron and the alligator. Fla. Nat. 23: Here's how to get along with reptiles. Fla. Wildl. 4(9): How to hunt the eastern diamondback rattlesnake. Publ. Ross Allen's Reptile Inst. Silver Springs Fla. 20 pp Life history notes: Trionyx ferox (Florida softshell). Size. Herpetol. Rev. 13:49. and D. C. Drysdale Don't kill snakes. Fla. Nat. 51(5): and M. P. Merryday A snake in the hand is worth two in the grass for medical research and the job of capturing and keeping them sheds interesting sidelights on their habits and peculiarities. Nat. Hist. 46: and W. T. Neill A new subspecies of salamander (genus Plethodon ) from Florida and Georgia. Herpetologica 5: and _ Increasing abundance of the alligator in the eastern portion of its range. Herpetologica 5: and The alligator snapping turtle Macrochelys temminckii in Florida. Ross Allen's Reptile Inst. Spec. Publ. No. 4 Silver Springs Fla 15 pp. The cane-brake rattlesnake. Fla. Wildl. 4(6): The copperhead. Fla. Wildl. 4(7): The coral snake. Fla. Wildl. 4(5): The cottonmouth moccasin. Fla. Wildl. 4(3): The eastern diamondback rattlesnake. Fla. Wildl. The life history of the Everglades rat snake Elaphe Herpetologica 6: The pigmy rattlesnake. Fla. Wildl. 4(4): The coachwhip. Fla. Wildl. 5(3):9 29. The gopher. Fla. Wildl. 5(7): The hog-nose snake. Fla. Wildl. 4(8): The king snake. Fla. Wildl. 4(10): The snapping turtles. Fla. Wildl. 5(4): The American alligator. Fla. Wildl. 6(5): The box turtles. Fla. Wildl. 5(9): The diamondback terrapin. Fla. Wildl. 6(6) :8 42. The Florida crocodile. Nature 45: The Florida crocodile. Fla. Wildl. 6(2) :6 33. The garter snake. Fla. Wildl. 6(7):8-9. "The glass-snake" a legless lizard. Fla. Wildl. The indigo snake. Fla. Wildl. 6.(3):44-47.
6 . '^ and The southern pine snake. Fla. Wildl. 5(10): and The water snake. Fla. Wildl. 6(4): and The Florida brown snake. Fla. Wildl. 7(2): 5. and The Florida soft-shelled turtle. Fla. Wildl. 7(3):4-5. and The fresh-water terrapins. Fla. Wildl. 7(l):8-9. and The green turtle. Fla. Wildl. 7(4): and Juveniles of the tortoise Gopherus pol yphemus. Copeia 1953:128. and The red-bellied mud snake. Fla. Wildl. 6(10) :8-9. and The red rat snake. Fla. Wildl. 6(9):8-9. and The short-tailed snake. Fla. Wildl. 6(ll):8-9. _ and The treefrog Hyla septentrional is in Florida. Copeia 1953: and The yellow rat snake. Fla. Wildl. 6(8):6-7. and Bullfrogs of Florida. Fla. Wildl. 7(10):20-2I 40. and Juveniles of Brook's kingsnake Lampropel t is getulus brooksi. Copeia 1954:59. and Raccoon preyed upon by panther and rattlesnake. Everglades Nat. Hist. 2:46. and The Florida worm lizard. Fla. Wildl. 7(12): and Establishment of the Texas horned lizard Phrynosoma cornutum in Florida. Copeia 1955: and _ Some color abnormalities in crocodi 1 ians. Copeia 1956(2): 124. and Another record of the Atlantic leatherback. Dermochelys c. coriacea nesting on the Florida coast. Copeia 1957: and Giant toad from the tropics. Fla. Wildl. 12(4): and R. Slatten A herpetological collection from the vicinity of Key West Florida. Herpetologica 3: and D. Swindell Cottonmouth moccasin of Florida. Herpetologica 4 (Suppl. 1):1-15. Altig R A key to the tadpoles of the continental United States and Canada. Herpetologica 26( 2 ): Notes on the larvae and postmetamorphic tadpoles of four Hyla and three Rana with notes on tadpole color patterns. J. Elisha Mitchell Sci. Soc. 88: and P. H. Ireland A key to salamander larvae and larviform Pig frog. Cat. Amer. adults of the United States and Canada. Herpetologica 40(2 ): and R. Lohoefener Rana areolata Baird and Girard. Crawfish frog. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Rept and Rana grylio Stejneger. Amphib. Rept Alvarez K. C Sighting of an American crocodile at Collier-Seminole State Park Florida. Fla. Field Nat. 12: Anderson C. H Gopher hunt. Fla. Wildl. 3(6): Reptiles can be beautiful. Fla» Wildl. 4(5):20-22.
8 1981. Go for gophers is bad news. Fla. Wildl. 35(1) :A FiberglifSs carapace for mud turtle. Bull. Field Mus. Nat. Hist. 53(3): Gopher tortoises relocated - and doing fine. Eyes and Ears Walt Disney World Co. 3(6) : Hawksbill nesting in Florida. Endang. Species Tech. Bull. 7(2): Rulemaking actions September/October 1982: Pine barrens treefrog proposed delisting. Endang. Species Tech. Bull. 7(10): Florida pine barrens treefrog removed from list. Endang. Species Tech Bull. 8(12): Reclassification proposed for Florida alligators. Endang. Species Tech. Bull. 9(7): Final action taken on eight species: American alligator in Florida. Endang. Species Tech. Bull. 10(7) :7-8. Antonio F. B Notes on some winter-active amphibians in Alachua County Florida. Bull. Chicago Herpetol. Soc. 18(l): and J. B. Barker An inventory of phenotypic aberrancies in the eastern diamondback rattlesnake ( Crotalus adamanteus ). Herpetol. Rev. 14: Applied Biology Inc Successful relocation of sea turtle nests near the St. Lucie Plant Hutchinson Island Florida. Kept to Florida Power and Light Co. 18 pp. Arata A. A Notes on the eggs and young of Gopherus polyphemus (Daudin). Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 21: Ashley D Snakes alive! Fla. Wildl. 25(8): Ashley J. D. 1^2. An overview of alligator production Pp. 1-4 iji P. Cardeilhac T. Lane and R. Larsen eds. Proc. 2nd Annu. Alligator Production Conf. Univ. Fla. Gainesville. Ashton R. E. Jr County records of reptiles and amphibians in Florida. Fla. State Mus. Herpetol. Newsl. 1(1): A Florida worm with a backbone. Fla. Nat. 49(3): Identification manual to the reptiles and amphibians in Florida. Fla. State Mus. Publ. Ser. No pp. and R. Franz Buf o quercicus Holbrook. Oak toad. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Rept and P. Ashton Investigation into the natural history of Pseudacris ornata in north central Florida - preliminary report. Herpetol. Rev. 8(3):Suppl. 1 (Abstr). and Handbook of reptiles and amphibians of Florida. Part one: The snakes. Windward Publ. Inc. Miami Fla. 176 pp. and Handbook of reptiles and amphibians of Florida.. Part two: Lizards turtles and crocodi lians. Windward Publ. Inc. Miami Fla. 191 pp. Atkins S. and J. MacMahon The Zabski site Merritt Island Florida. Fla. Anthropol. 20: Audubon J. J The turtlers. Pp iji Delineations of American scenery and character. G. A. Baker and Co. New York. Auffenberg W A new subspecies of the mud snake Liodytes al leni. Herpetologica 6: A reconsideration of the racer. Coluber constrictor in the eastern United States. M.S. thesis Univ. Florida Gainesville.
9 1954. Additional specimens of Gavialosuchus americanus (Sellards) from a new locality in Florida. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 17: Glass lizards ( Ophisaurus ) in the Pleistocene and Pliocene of Florida. Herpetologica 11: A reconsideration of the racer Coluber constrictor in eastern United States. Tulane Stud. Zool. 2: A study of the fossil snakes of Florida. Ph.D. diss. Univ. Florida Gainesville Additional records of Pleistocene lizards from Florida. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 19: Remarks on some Miocene anurans from Florida with a description of a new species of Hyla. Mus. Comp. Zool. Breviora 52: A new species of Buf from the Pliocene.f Fl< Ida. Q. J. Fl. Acad. Sci. 20: Notes on fossil crocodilians from southeastern United States. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 20: The status of the turtle Macroclemys f loridana Hay. Herpetologica 13: Fossil turtles of the genus Terrapene in Florida. Bull. Fla. State Mus. Biol. Sci. Ser. 3: A Pleistocene hibernaculum with remarks on a second complete box turtle skull from Florida. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 22: The fossil snakes of Florida. Tulane Stud. Zool. 10: Fossil testudinine turtles of Florida genera Geochelone and Floridemys. Bull. Fla. State Mus. Biol. Sci. Ser. 7: On the courtship of Gopherus polyphemus. Herpetologica 22: Fossil crocodilians of Florida. Fla. State Mus. Plaster Jacket (5):l The fossil snakes of Florida. Fla. State Mus. Plaster Jacket (3):l Fossil turtles. Fla. State Mus. Plaster Jacket (16): Florida environments and their herpetof aunas. Part I: Environmental characteristics. Fla. State Mus. Fla. Herpetol. No pp Florida environments and their herpetof aunas. Part II: Changes in the environment. Fla. State Mus. Fla. Herpetol. No pp Florida environments and their herpetof aunas. Part III: Herpetogeography. Fla. State Mus. Fla. Herpetol. No pp. and L. H. Babbitt A new subspecies of Coluber constrictor from Florida. Copeia 1953:44. and R. Franz Gopherus Rafinesque. Gopher tortoise. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Rept and Gopherus polyphemus (Daudin). Gopher tortoise. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Rept and The status and distribution of the gopher tortoise ( Gopherus polyphemus ). Pp iji R. B. Bury ed. North American tortoises: Conservation and ecology. U.S. i Wildl. Res. Rep. No. 12. D. F Cuban treefrog in Florida. Fla. Nat. 46(4) :28.
10 . and A. Schwartz Another exotic amphibian in Florida Eleutherodactylus coqul. Copeia 1975:188. Austin S Exotics. Fla. Nat. 48(3):2-5. Auth D. L Behavioral ecology of basking in the yellow-bellied turtle Chrysemys scripta scripta (Schoepff). M.S. thesis Univ. Florida Gainesville Behavioral ecology of basking in the yellow-bellied turtle Chrysemys scripta scripta (Schoepff). Bull. Fla. State Mus. Biol. Sci. Ser. 20:1-45. Ayotte A. E. 196A. Last stand of the alligators? Audubon 66: Babbitt L. H Courtship and mating of Eumeces egregius. Copeia 1951 :79. and C. H. Babbitt A herpetological study of burned-over areas in Dade County Florida. Copeia 1951:79. Babis W. A Notes on the food of the indigo snake. Copeia 1949:147. Bacon P. R The status of sea turtle stocks management in the western central Atlantic. WECAF Studies No pp. F. Berry K. Bjorndal H. Hirth L. Ogren and M. Weber eds Proceedings of the Western Atlantic Turtle Symposium. RSMAS Publ. Miami Fla. Vol pp.; Vol pp.; Vol pp. Bader R. N Snake collecting in Florida. St. Louis Herpetol. Soc. Newsl. 2(2): Bancroft G. T. J. S. Godley D. T. Gross N. N. Ro jas D. A. Sutphen and R. W. McDiarmid Large-scale operations management test of use of the white amur for control of problem aquatic plants. The herpetofauna of Lake Conway: Species accounts. Final Report. Misc. Pap. A-83-5 U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Exp. Station CE Vicksburg Miss. 304 pp. Banicki L. H New records of the spotted turtle Clemmys guttata in northern Florida. Fla. Sci. 44: Barbour T Eleutherodactylus ricordii in Florida. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 23: Another new race of the king snake. Proc. New England Zool Club 7: Distribution of Sceloporus in southern Florida. Copeia 1919: Herpetological notes regarding Diadophl s punc tatus. Proc. New England Zool. Club 7: A large coach-whip snake. Copeia 1919: An addition to the American check list. Copeia 1920: Herpetological notes from Florida. Copeia 1920: The Florida pine snake. Proc. New England Zool. Club 7: The crocodile in Florida. Occas. Pap. Mus. Zool. Univ. Mich. No pp Another introduced frog in North America. Copeia 1931: A new North American lizard. Copeia 1931: A large alligator skull. Copeia 1933: Two introduced lizards in Miami Florida. Copeia 1936: A red eft from Florida. Copeia 1939: Pine snakes black and brown. Copeia 1940:205.
11 and A. Carr Notes on Elaphe and a new species. Occ. Pap. Boston Soc- Nat. Hist. 8: and G. Noble Notes on the water snake Natrix compressicauda. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phil. 67: and H. C. Stetson A revision of the Pleistocene Terrapene of Florida. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. 72: Barker J. B. and F. B. Antonio Gopherus polyphemus (gopher tortoise) scutellation. Herpetol. Rev. 14: Bartlett R. D The quest for Haideotr i ton. Bull. Chicago Herpetol. Soc 6(1): America's fish out of water Neoseps reynoldsi. Notes from North. Ohio Assoc. Herpetol. 9(3): The plight of rossalleni. Notes from North. Ohio Assoc. Herpetol. I 1(3): 3-6. _ Notes on the natural history and reproductive strategy of the island glass lizard Ophisaurus compressus. Br. Herpetol. Soc. Bull. (11): Barton A. J A new size record for the eastern gartersnake Thamnophis sirtalis sirtalis (Linnaeus). Copeia 1952: Bartram. W Travels through North and South Carolina Georgia east and west Florida etc. (1st ed. ). Private Printing Philadelphia. 522 pp. Baynard 0. E Food of herons and ibises. Wilson Bull. 24: Bean N. M Crocodile nest at Trout Creek. Everglades Nat. Hist. 1 : Bechtel B A coat of many colors. Fla. Wildl. 34(2): Bechtel E Geographic distribution of two color mutants of the corn snake Elaphe guttata guttata. Herpetol. Rev. 11: Beck W. H. Jr An ecological study of the cold-blooded vertebrates of a north Florida lake. M.S. Thesis Univ. Fla. Gainesville. Beck W. M Notes on the reptiles of Payne's Prairie Alachua County Florida. Fla. Nat. 11: The Pinellas County snake bounty. Fla. Nat. 12:94. Behler J. L Feasibility of the establishment of a captive-breeding population of the American crocodile. U.S. Natl. Park Serv. South Fla. Res. Cent. Rep. T-599 Homestead Fla. 94 pp. and F. W. King The Audubon Society field guide to North American reptiles and amphibians. Alfred A. Knopf Inc. New York. 719 pp. Bell L. N A new subspecies of the racer Coluber constrictor. Herpetologica 8: Notes on three subspecies of the lizard Anol is sagrei in southern Florida. Copeia 1953:63. Berry J. F Ecological sympatry in the musk turtles Sternotherus odoratus and Sternotherus minor in northwest Florida. M.S. Thesis Fla. State Univ. Tallahassee The population effects of ecological sympatry on musk turtles in northern Florida. Copeia 1975: and C. S. Gidden The spotted turtle in Florida and southern Georgia. Fla. Sci. 36: Betz T. W Neonatal Natrix cyclopion f loridana. Copeia 1963:
12 Bird G. L The fisherman's friend: How the alligator helps to maintain the fish supply. Nature 18: Bishop M. B Notes concerning two broods of Natr ix compress icauda. Copeia 1940:128. Bishop S. C Handbook of salamanders. Comstock Publ. Co. Inc. Ithaca N.Y. 555 pp. Bjorndal K. A Effect of solitary vs group feeding on intake in Pseudemys nelsoni. Copeia 1986: A. B. Meylan and B. J. Turner Sea turtles nesting at Melbourne Beach Florida. I. Size growth and reproductive biology. Biol. Conserv. 26: Blair W. F Call differences as an isolation mechanism in Florida species of hylid frogs. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 21: Blanchard F. N Two new snakes of the genus Lampropel t is. Occas. Pap. Mus. Zool. Univ. Mich. No pp A revision of the king snakes: Genus Lampropel t is. Bull. U.S. Natl. Mus. No pp Snakes of the genus Tantilla in the United States. Field Mus. Nat. Hist. Zool. Ser. 20: The ring-neck snakes genus Diadophis. Bull. Chicago Acad. Sci. 7: Blaney R. M An annotated checklist and biogeographic analysis of the insular herpetofauna of the Apalachicola Region Florida. Herpetologica 27: Systematics of the common kingsnake Lampropel t is getulus (Linnaeus). Tulane Stud. Zool. Bot. 19: Lampropeltis Fitzinger. Kingsnakes. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Rept Lampropeltis cal 1 igaster (Harlan). Prairie kingsnake. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Rept Blem C. R Bufo terrestris (Bonnaterre). Southern toad. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Rept Heterodon platyrhinos Latreille. Eastern hognose snake. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Rept Bock C. E. and H. M. Smith Biogeography of North American amphibians: a numerical analysis. Trans. Kans. Acad. Sci. 85(4) : Bogert C. M. and R. B. Cowles Moisture loss in relation to habitat selection in some Florida reptiles. Am. Mus. Novit. No pp. Bothwell D The great outdoors book of alligators and other crocodilia. Great Outdoors Publ. Co. St. Petersburg Fla. 88 pp. Bovee E. C. and S. R. Telford Jr Protozoan inquilines from reptiles. I. Monocercomonas neosepsorum n. sp. from the sand skink Neoseps reynoldsi Stejneger. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 25: Protozoan inquilines from reptiles. II. Monocercomonas tant i llorum n. sp. from the Florida crowned snake Tant il la coronata Baird and Girard. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 25: Protozoan inquilines from reptiles. III. Rigidomastr ix scincorum n. sp.; Cercoboda st i losomorum n. sp.; and Cryptobia geccorum n. sp. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 25: Bowie A Predation on lizards by Sceloporus woodi. J. Herpetol. 7:318.
13 10 Bowie L. A Comparative study of the gastrointestinal nematodes of two sceloporid lizards in Florida. M.S. thesis. Univ. Florida Gainesvil le Boyce W. M The prevalence of Sebekia mississippiensis ( Pentastomida) in American alligators ( Al 1 igator mississippiensis )in north Florida and experimental infection of paratenic hosts. Proc. Helminthol. Soc Wash. 52: P. Cardeilhac T. Lane C. Buergelt and M. King. 198A. Sebekiosis in captive alligator hatchlings. J. Am. Vet. Med. Assoc. 185: Boyles J. M Zoogeography of the herpetofauna of central Florida. Ph.D. Diss. Univ. Alabama. 164 pp. Brach V The ecology of Anol i s equestr is in south Miami Florida (Sauria: Iguanidae). ASB Bull. 21:42. _ Habits and food of Anol is equestr i s in Florida. Copeia 1976: Bradley R. A Florida frog calls: A guide to commonly heard frogs and toads. 12" LP record Fla. State Mus. Univ. Fla. Gainesville. Brady M. K A new snake from Florida. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 45: The third specimen of Elaphe rosacea (Cope). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 46: and F. Harper A Florida subspecies of Pseudacr i s n i g r i t a (Hylidae). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 48: Brandon R. A Haideotr i ton H. wal lacei Carr. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Rept Braswell A. L. and W. M. Palmer Life history notes: Cemophora coccinea copei (northern scarlet snake). Reproduction. Herpetol. Rev. 15:49. Brattstrom B. H Records of Pleistocene reptiles and amphibians from Florida. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 16: Brewster K. N Observing the courtship of the American alligator Al 1 igator mississippiensis. Bull. Chicago Herpetol. Soc. 16(3): Brice J. J The fish and fisheries of the coastal waters of Florida. Rep. U.S. Comm. Fish and Fish. 22: Brimley C. S Records of some reptile and batrachians from the southeastern United States. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 23:9-18. Brooks D. R Systematic status of proteocephal id cestodes from reptiles and amphibians in North America with descriptions of three new species. Proc. Helminthol. Soc. Wash. 45:1-28. and R. L. Buckner Some platyhelminth parasites of sirens (Amphibia: Sirenidae) from North America. J. Parasitol. 62: and A. C. Fusco Some digenetic trematodes from caudate amphibians in the southeastern United States. J. Miss. Acad. Sci. 23: and R. M. Overstreet Acanthostome digeneans from the American alligator in the southeastern United States. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash. 9: and D. B. Peace New records of proterodiplostome digeneans from Al 1 igator mississippiensis and Caiman crocodi lus f uscus. Proc. Helminthol. Soc. Wash. 44: Brooks G. R. Jr Food habits of the ground skink. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 26:
14 Population ecology of the ground skink Lygosoma laterale (Say). M.S. thesis Univ. Florida Gainesville Copulatory position in the ground skink Lygosoma laterale. Herpetologica 20: Population ecology of the ground skink Lygosoma laterale (Say). Ecol. Monogr. 37: Intestinal parasites of the lizard Lygosoma laterale. 0. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 35: Scincel la lateralis (Say). Ground skink. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Rept Brown A. E On a new genus of Colubridae from Florida. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phil. 42: Brown L. E. and D. B. Means Fossorial behavior and ecology of the chorus frog Pseudacr is ornata. Amphibia-Rept i 1 ia 5: Brown L. N Presence of the knight anole ( Anol is equest r i s ) on Elliott Key Florida. Fla. Nat. 45:130. and G. C. Hickman Occurrence of the Mediterranean gecko in the Tampa Florida area. Fla. Nat. 43:68. Brues C. T Occurrence of Porocephalus crotali humboldt in Florida. Ohio J. Sci. 42 : 112. Brugger K. E Aspects of reproduction in the squirrel treefrog Hyla squirella. M.S. thesis Univ. Florida Gainesville. and K. N. Prestwich Behavior and energetics of calling in squirrel tree frogs. Am. Zool. 24(3) :50A (Abstr.). Bullis H. R. Jr. and S. B. Drummond Sea turtle captures off the southeastern United States by exploratory fishing vessels Pp in G. E. Henderson ed. Proc. Fla. and Interreg. Conf. Sea Turtles. Fla. Mar. Res. Publ. No. 33. Burgess G. H. and R- Franz Zoogeography of the aquatic fauna of the St. Johns River system with comments on adjacent peninsular faunas. Am. Midi. Nat. 100: Burke R. L. and S. R. Humphrey Rarity as a criterion for endangerment in Florida's fauna. Oryx. in press. Burnett C. A Florida's alligator dilemma. Sports Afield 152(1): Burridge M. J. W. J. Bigler D. J. Forrester and J. M. Hennemann Serologic survey for Toxoplasma gondi i in wild animals in Florida. J. Am. Vet. Med. Assoc. 175: Burt C. E The lizards of the southeastern United States. Trans. Kans. Acad. Sci. 40: The frogs and toads of the southeastern United States. Trans. Kans. Acad. Sci. 41: Bury R. B. and C. H. Ernst Clemmys Ritgen. Marsh turtles. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Rept and J. A. Whelan Ecology and management of the bullfrog. Fish & Wildl. Serv. Resourc. Publ pp. C. K. Dodd Jr. and G. M. Fellers Conservation of the Amphibia of the United States: A review. U.S. Fish Wildl. Serv. Resour. Publ. No pp. Busack S. D. and S. B. Hedges Is the peninsular effect a red herring? Am. Nat. 123:
15 12 Byrd E. E. and R. L. Roudabush Leptophy 1 lum ovalis n. sp. a trematode from the brown water snake. J. Parasitol. 25: M. V. Parker and R. J. Reiber A new genus and two new species of digenetic trematodes with a discussion on the sytematics of these and certain related forms. J. Parasitol. 26: Cagle F. R The status of the turtles Graptemys pulchra Baur and Graptemys barbouri Carr and Marchand with notes on their natural history. Copeia 1952: Caine E. A Carapace epibionts of nesting loggerhead sea turtles: Atlantic coast of U.S.A. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 95: Caldwell D. K On the status of the Atlantic leatherback turtle Dermochelys coriacea cor icea as a visitant to Florida nesting beaches with natural history notes. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 21: Sea turtles of the United States. U. S. Fish Wildl. Serv. Fish. Leaflet No pp Baby loggerhead turtles associated with sargassum weed. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 31: and A. Carr Status of the sea turtle fishery in Florida. Trans. N. Am. Wildl. Conf. 22:4-6. A. Carr and T. R. Hellier Jr Natural history notes on the Atlantic loggerhead turtle Caretta caretta caretta. 0. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 18: and A nest of the Atlantic leatherback turtle Dermochelys coriacea coriacea (Linnaeus) on the Atlantic coast of Florida with a summary of American nesting records. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 18: A. Carr L. H. Ogren F. H. Berry and R. A. Ragotzkie The Atlantic loggerhead sea turtle Caretta caretta caretta (L.) in America. I. Nesting and migration of the Atlantic loggerhead turtle. Bull. Fla. State Mus. Biol. Sci. Ser. 4: F. H. Berry A. Carr and R. A. Ragotzkie The Atlantic loggerhead sea turtle Caretta caretta caretta (L.) in America. II. Multiple and group nesting by the Atlantic loggerhead turtle. Bull. Fla. State Mus. Biol. Sci. Ser. 4: Caldwell J. P Hyla gratiosa Le Conte. Barking treefrog. Cat. Amer Amphib. Rept Campbell G. R. and W. H. Stickel Notes on the yellow-lipped snake. Copeia 1939:105. and A. L. Winterbotham Jaws too. The story of Sanibel's alligators and other crocodi lians. Barrier Is. Nat. Publ. Sanibel-Captiva Conserv. Found. Sanibel Is. Fla. 74 pp. Campbell H. W An extension of the range of Haldea valer iae in Florida. Copeia 1962: Reptiles and amphibians of Amelia Island. Pp in Amelia Island Nassau County Florida: A preliminary ecological inventory. Jack McCormick and Assoc Annotated list of the reptiles and amphibians of Amelia Island. Pp iji Amelia Island Nassau county Florida: A preliminary ecological inventory. Jack McCormick and Assoc.
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48 Inventory of reptiles and amphibians on the Ocala Osceola and Apalachicola National Forests in Florida. Unpubl. Rep. to U. S. For Environmental sketch of Leon County Florida with special emphasis on vertebrates. Leon County FL. 119 pp Endangered species: Pine barrens treefrog. Fla. Nat. 49(5): Aspects of the significance to terrestrial vertebrates of the Apalachicola River drainage basin Florida. Fla. Mar. Res. Publ. No. 26: Steepheads: Florida's little-known canyon lands. Enfo December 1981 : I-^* Responses to winter burrow flooding of the gopher tortoise ( Gopherus polyphemus Daudin). Herpetologica 38: The enigmatic pine barrens treefrog. Fla. Wildl. 37(1): Delicate balance Georgia blind salamander. Fla. Wildl. 39(6): Radio-tracking the eastern diamondback rattlesnake. Nat. Geogr. Soc. Res. Repts. 18: and H. W. Campbell Effects of prescribed burning on amphibians and reptiles. Pp in G. W. Wood ed. Prescribed fire and wildlife in southern forests. Belle W. Baruch For. Sci. Inst. Clemson Univ. Georgetown S.C. and G. 0. Grow The endangered longleaf pine community. Enfo September : and C. J. Longden Observations on the occurrence of Desmognathus monticola in Florida. Herpetologica 26: and Aspects of the biology and zoogeography of the pine barrens treefrog Hyla andersonii in northern Florida. Herpetologica 32: and P. E. Moler The pine barrens treefrog: Fire seepage bogs and management implications. Pp Ui R. R. Odum and L. Landers eds. Proc. Rare and Endang. Wildl. Symp. Ga. Dep. Nat. Resour. Game and Fish Div. Tech. Bull. WL '4. J. S A study of geographic variation in the green frog Rana clamitans Latreille. M. S. thesis Univ. Florida Gainesville Notophthalmus perstriatus (Bishop). Striped newt. Cat. Amer. ' Amphib. Rept Notophthal mus vir idescens ( Raf f inesque ). Newt. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Rept and R. E. Helliifan Notes on the larvae of two Florida salamanders. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 15: :;a M. T Growth rates of immature green ( Cheloni a mvdas ) and loggerhead ( Caretta caretta ) sea turtles in the wild. Am. Zool. 19:953 (Abstr.) Comparative growth rates of wild immature Che Ionia mvdas and Caretta caretta in Florida. J. Herpetol. 15:4'* Movements and feeding ecology of immature green turtles ( Chelonia mvdas) in Mosquito Lagoon Florida. M.S. thesis Univ. Central Florida Orlando Movements and feeding ecology of immature green turtles ( Chelonia mvdas) in a Florida lagoon. Copeia 1983:
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51 Eumeces egreglus (Baird). Mole skink. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Kept and T. D. Schwaner Taxonotnic and di str ibul i onat relationships between the water snakes Natr ix taxispi lota (Holbrook) and Nat r ix rhombifera (Hallowell). Herpetologica 26: Munroe R. M The green turtle and the possibilities of its protection and consequent increase on the Florida coast. Bull. U.S. Fish Comm. 18: Murdich W. H The feeding ecology of five species of herons in a north-central Florida marsh. M.S. Thesis Univ. Fla. Gainesville. 83 pp. Murrill W. A Reptiles good and bad. Publ. by William A. Murrill Gainesville Fla. 32 pp. Mushinsky H. R Observations on the feeding habits of the short-tailed snake St i losoma ex t enuat um in captivity. Herpetol. Rev. 15: Fire and the Florida sandhill herpetof aunal community: with special attention to responses of Cnemidophorus sexl ineatus. Herpetologica 41: and E. Black On the relationship between fire and the herptile community on a sandhill in Florida. Fla. Sci. ^6 (Suppl. l):25-26 (Abstr. ).. Mver s C. W A possible introduction of the snake Tvphlops in the United States. Copeia 1958: Variation ecological relationships and evolution of the pine woods snake Rhadinea f lavi lata. M.S. Thesis Southern 111. Univ. 81 My. Myers pp Biology of the ringneck snake. Pi ado phi s punc tatus in Florida. Bull. Fla. State Mus. Biol. Sci. Ser. 10: The pine woods snake Rhadinea f lavi lata (Cope). Bull. Fla. State Mus. Biol. Sci. Ser. 11: and A. A. Arata Remarks on "defensive" behavior in the hognose snake Heterodon simus ( Linnaeus )..Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 24: and S. R. Telford Jr Food of Neoseps the Florida sand skink. Q. J. Fla. Acad. Sci. 28: G. S Possible introduction of Argentine toads into Florida. Copeia 1945: The systematic status of Hy la septentrional is the large tree frog of the Florida Keys the Bahamas and Cuba. Copeia : 2iD S Geographic distribution: Osteopilus septentr ional i s (Cuban treefrog). Herpetol. Rev. 8: Geographic distribution: Anol is sagrei (brown anole). Herpetol. Rev. 9: Geographic distribution: Hemidactvlus garnot i ( Indo'-Paci f ic gecko). Herpetol. Rev. 9: Geographic distribution: Hemidactvlus turciciis (Mediterranean gecko). Herpetol. Rev. 9: Geographic distr i btuion : Hemidac tyl us turcicus (Mediterranean gecko). Herpetol. Rev. 9: Geographic distribution: Hemidactvlus garnot i ( Indo-Pac i f ic gecko). Herpetol. Rev. 10:
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