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Snakes of the World: A Catalogue of Living and Extinct Species
Introduction Collection Acronyms Acknowledgements Valid Genera and Species Genera and Species Inquirenda Geographical References Literature Cited Index
STATUS AND GEOGRAPHIC EXPANSION OF THE MEDITERRANEAN GECKO , HEMIDACTYLUS TURCICUS , IN LOUISIANA : IMPLICATIONS FOR THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES
—We used literature records, unpublished museum records, and unvouchered reports to evaluate the status of the Mediterranean gecko (Hemidactylus turcicus) in Louisiana since its last comprehensive
Trapping Survey Results for the Alligator Snapping Turtle (Macrochelys temminckii) in Southeastern Louisiana, with Comments on Exploitation
TLDR
Average sizes of turtles were very similar between Louisiana and turtles from surveys in several other states, and population structure differed between surveys, with Louisiana having a higher percentage of immature turtles and lower trap rate than elsewhere.
Scientific and Standard English Names of Amphibians and Reptiles of North America North of Mexico: Update
This publication serves as an update for the most recent list of scientific and standard English names of North American amphibians and reptiles north of Mexico (Crother et al. 2000. SSAR Herpetol.
Anuran artifacts of preservation: 27 years later
TLDR
The effect of preservation on one of the most common measurement of frogs, snout-urostyle length (SUL), is examined, showing that most preservation-related changes take place within the first few months after initial preservation.
LEPTOTYPHYLOPS GREENWELLI, A NEW WORMSNAKE OF THE L. BICOLOR SPECIES GROUP FROM NIGERIA (SERPENTES: LEPTOTYPHLOPIDAE)
TLDR
A new diminutive, long-tailed species of African wormsnake related to Leptotyphlops bicolor is described from Nigeria, possessing a single anterior supralabial, a longer tail with fewer subcaudals, and the absence of brown pigment and an apical spine on the tail tip.
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