The Amphibians and Reptiles of Nebraska

  title={The Amphibians and Reptiles of Nebraska},
  author={George E. Hudson},
  • G. Hudson
  • Published 24 September 1948
  • Environmental Science, Biology
  • Copeia
annotated checklist of the amphibians and reptiles of nebraska amphibians and reptiles [of the sand hills] lincoln amphibians reptiles of nebraska anymix amphibians reptiles of nebraska tshall amphibians reptiles of nebraska kister amphibians and reptiles of nebraska khbd amphibians and reptiles of nebraska tshall a survey of the amphibians and reptiles of the north reexamination of herpetofauna on mormon island, hall amphibian and reptile diversity and distribution in the amphibians and… 

Annotated checklist of the amphibians and reptiles of Nebraska

Limited evidence suggests that several species of reptiles have become much rarer or have experienced restrictions of distributions over the past 20 to 30 years in Nebraska.

Reexamination of Herpetofauna on Mormon Island, Hall County, Nebraska, with Notes on Natural History

7 Introduction Many grasslands along rivers in the Great Plains have been converted to agricultural lands during the last century (Sidle et al., 1989) or lost to woody encroachment due to suppression

REPTILIA: SQUAMATA: COLUBRIDAE Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles. (Linnaeus) Rough Green Snake

Herpetodryas aestivus is a composite name that included not only Herpetodrys (Opheodtys) aestvus, but also Philodrya aestivu Dumkril, Bibron, and DumCril 1854, of southern South America.

REPTILIA: SQUAMATA: COLUBRIDAE Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles.

Eutainia radix Baird and Girard 1853:34. Type locality, "Racine, Wisconsin," restricted to "vicinity of Chicago, Cook County, Illinois" by Smith and Brown (1946). Holotype, National Museum of Natural

New Host and Distribution Records for the Amphibian Leech Desserobdella picta (Rhynchobdellida: Glossiphoniidae) from Nebraska and Wisconsin

The leech, Desserobdella picta, is reported for the first time from Nebraska and is reported to be the first record of this leech feeding on a human host.

Amphibian Conservation in Urban Areas

The topic of amphibian decline has become a primary concern partially due to increased urbanization causing habitat loss and fragmentation (Fahrig, 2003). Focusing on this, a project was outlined

Species Diversity and Relative Abundance of Reptiles and Amphibians at Glacier Creek Preserve

•Tallgrass prairie preserve •Has expanded to include wetlands, creeks, seeps, and woodlands •Restoration began in 1970 to maintain habitat for native flora and fauna •Since 1970, Glacier Creek has

Whooping Crane (Grus americana) Family Consumes a Diversity of Aquatic Vertebrates During Fall Migration Stopover at the Platte River, Nebraska

Abstract. The Aransas-Wood Buffalo population of Whooping Cranes (Grus americana) migrates approximately 4000 km through the central Great Plains biannually, between their breeding and wintering

Survey of Turtles Nesting on the Missouri River on the South Dakota–Nebraska Border

The constructed sandbars seemed to provide quality nesting habitat and were being used by turtles for nesting, while the predation rate of monitored nests was 36% and softshell species nested exclusively in bare sandy areas while false map turtles tolerated sparse vegetation around the nest site.

REPTILIA: SQUAMATA: SAURIA: TEIIDAE CNEMIDOPHORUS LAREDOENSIS Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles. Cnemidophorus laredoensis

Cnemidophorus laredoensis is an obligate parthenogenetic species of medium size that is patterned like juveniles except that the dorsal ground color is greenish-brown, the spots in the lateral dark fields are more distinct, and the tail is Greenish blue-gray above and greenish white below.