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CURRENT DISTRIBUTION AND STATUS OF SHARP-TAILED SNAKES (CONTIA TENUIS) IN OREGON
Abstract Many reptile species are rarely encountered and are thus assumed to be rare in the absence of evidence to the contrary. The sharp-tailed snake (Contia tenuis) is a species about which littleExpand
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A New Species of Snake in the Genus Contia (Squamata: Colubridae) from California and Oregon
Abstract We describe Contia longicaudae, a new colubroid snake from California and Oregon, USA. Because C. longicaudae differs only subtly from the nominate species, C. tenuis, it has long beenExpand
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Central America
  • David Bacab, J. Brooks, +23 authors Pat Yoder
  • 2009
km 27 on the road to Calakmul 7 May were late migrants (AM, JM), as was one seen 8 May at R.L. 0B, MC, RH). Three male Scarlet Tanagers were at San Crisanto 24 Apr, feeding on gumbo-limbo fruitsExpand