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Feeding Ecology of the Concho Water Snake, Nerodia harteri paucimaculata
The diet of the Concho water snake Nerodia harteri paucimaculata was investigated from 1987 to 1990 by palpation of stomach contents. Prey remains representing 304 prey items were recovered from 192Expand
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Tosanoides obama, a new basslet (Perciformes, Percoidei, Serranidae) from deep coral reefs in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
Abstract The new species Tosanoides obama is described from two specimens collected at a depth of 90–92 m off Kure Atoll and Pearl and Hermes Atoll, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. It differs from theExpand
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Reproductive Ecology of the Concho Water Snake, Nerodia harteri paucimaculata
The reproductive biology of the Concho water snake (Nerodia harteri paucimaculata) was studied from 1988 to 1992 in central Texas. Minimum snout-vent lengths (SVL) at maturity were 380 mm in malesExpand
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The Effect of Reproductive Condition on Thermoregulation in Female Agkistrodon piscivorus Near the Northwestern Range Limit
Females of some temperate-zone snake species appear to exhibit thermophilic behavior during gestation, resulting in differential habitat use between gravid and nongravid individuals. We investigatedExpand
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Deep reef fishes in the world’s epicenter of marine biodiversity
The Philippines is often highlighted as the global epicenter of marine biodiversity, yet surveys of reef-associated fishes in this region rarely extend beyond shallow habitats. Here, we improve theExpand
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Spatial ecology of the Concho water snake (Nerodia harteri paucimaculata) in a large lake system
The distribution, movements, activity range, and habitat use of the Concho water snake, Nerodia harteri paucirnaculata, were studied by mark-recapture and radio telemetry in a large lake system, inExpand
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Spatial Ecology and Habitat Use of the Western Foxsnake (Pantherophis vulpinus) on Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge (Missouri)
Abstract Knowledge of movements, habitat use, and resource requirements is critical to designing management strategies for species with a conservation status. For snakes, basic research needed toExpand
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Ninety-one new records of fishes from the Marshall Islands
The following species of fishes are reported as first records for the Marshall Islands (represented either by specimens or clearly identifiable photographs or video images): Rhincodon typus,Expand
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Measuring snake activity patterns: The influence of habitat heterogeneity on catchability
Activity patterns for two populations of the Concho water snake (Nerodia harteri paucimaculata) were studied in a large lake system in central Texas, USA, and compared to a river population. TrapExpand
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