Range extension of the long-nosed snake Rhinocheilus l. lecontei, into east-central Utah

@article{Grogan1974RangeEO,
  title={Range extension of the long-nosed snake Rhinocheilus l. lecontei, into east-central Utah},
  author={William L. Grogan and Wilmer W. Tanner},
  journal={The Great Basin naturalist},
  year={1974},
  volume={34},
  pages={238-240}
}
— A review of the distribution of Rhinocheilus I. lecontei, in Utah, with a northward extension of its range in the Upper Colorado River Basin. The long-nosed snake, Rhinocheilus I. lecontei, was previously thought to inhabit only the southwestern part of Utah (Tanner, 1935. Its range in Utah included only the Lower Sonoran life zone in the Virgin River Valley of Washington County. Tanner (1941) reported it for the Great Rasin (Millard Co.), and Tanner and Heinrichs (1964) extended its range… 
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