2 edition of ground skink, Scincella lateralis, in Illinois found in the catalog.
ground skink, Scincella lateralis, in Illinois
Ralph W. Axtell
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Ralph W. Axtell and Carol A. Bryant.|
|Series||Illinois Natural History Survey biological notes -- 142|
|Contributions||Bryant, Carol A., Illinois. Natural History Survey Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||10 p. :|
|Number of Pages||10|
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The ground skink, scincella lateralis, in Illinois: range and possible recent history / Title Variants: Alternative: Ground skink in Illinois Related Titles. Series: Biological notes, no.
Get this from a library. The ground skink, scincella lateralis, in Illinois: range and possible recent history. [Ralph W Axtell; Carol A Bryant; Illinois. Natural History Survey Division.].
The ground skink, scincella lateralis, in Illinois: range and possible recent history The ground skink, scincella lateralis, in Illinois: range and possible recent history by This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. Pages: The ground skink, scincella lateralis, in Illinois: range and possible recent history / (Champaign, Ill.: Illinois Natural History Survey, ), by Ralph W.
Axtell, Carol A. Bryant, and Illinois. Natural History Survey Division (page images at HathiTrust). The ground skink Scincella lateralis is infected by Eimeria scincellae n. The oöcysts are cylindrical, × µm (28–33 × 14–17), with no micropyle, polar body or oöcyst residuum.
The U.S. state of Alabama is home to 93 indigenous reptile species, not including ground skink species include one species of crocodilian, 12 lizard species, 49 snake species, and 31 turtle species. Three native species have possibly been extirpated from the state.
These include the eastern indigo snake, southern hognose snake and the mimic glass lizard. Ground ground skink Scincella lateralis Five-lined skink Eumeces fasciatus Broadhead skink Eumeces laticeps Six-lined racerunner Cnemidophorus sexlineatus Six-lined racerunner C.
sexlineatus sexlineatus Suborder Serpentes – Snakes Worm snake Carphophis amoenus Midwest worm snake C. amoenus helenae A History of Herpetology in Illinois. Scincella lateralis Ground Skink: Eumeces fasciatus Harlan was an avid reader and supported this habit and his penchant for book collecting by authoring more than book reviews, many of which can be found in the Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society, Bulletin of the Chicago.
Scincella lateralis (Little Ground Skink) 3 adults Carphophis amoenus (Eastern Wormsnake) 3 adults and 1 juvenile Coluber c. constrictor (Northern Black Racer) 2 adults, 2 juveniles, 1 DOR adult, 1 DOR juvenile.
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Becker, B. and M. Paulissen. Sexual dimorphism in head size in the little brown skink (Scincella lateralis). Herpetological Conservation and Biology. 7: Author: Mark Paulissen. The article is entitled "The ground skink, Scincella lateralis, in Illinois: range and possible recent history." The authors have established a base line distribution of these small lizards with all known localities in text and on a physiographic map of the state.
Book Source Institution University of South Florida Library Aspidoscelis sexlineata the southeastern five-lined skink, Plestiodon inexpectatus and the ground skink, Scincella lateralis and one turtle, the gopher ground skink, Gopherus polyphemus, accounted for the majority of the dissimila rity in community composition between TSF treatments.
SCINCELLA LA TERALIS Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles. BROOKS, GARNETT R. Scincella lateralis. Scincella lateralis (Say) Ground skink Scincus lateralis Say, (not of Daudin, ). Type locality, "banks of the Mississippi River below Cape Girardeau [Cape Girardeau County], Missouri." Holotype.
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You must select a habitat type for your search ("All types" is an option). You can choose to add any or all of the other options when searching, too, but the more options you select, the smaller your chance of finding a match. Library of the BGBM - New Acquisitions. Axtell, Ralph W.: The ground skink, Scincella lateralis, in Illinois: range and possible recent history / Ralph W.
Axtell and Carol A. Bryant. – Champaign, Ill., – 10 S. – (Illinois Natural History Survey biological notes ; ). - Reptiles of Ohio, field guides, snakes, lizards, turtles. See more ideas about Reptiles, Habitats and Field guide pins. Nicoletto, P.F. (a) The relative roles of vision and olfaction in prey detection by the ground skink, Scincella lateralis.
Journal of Herpetology, 19, –5. CrossRef Google Scholar. 4 ABOUT THIS BOOK 5 TURTLES 17 LIZARDS 23 SNAKES 47 VENOMOUS SNAKES 52 LICENSING AND REGULATIONS 53 WISE WORDS FOR WILDLIFE EDUCATORS HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE 54 REFERENCES 55 PUBLICATION FUNDING This booklet is produced by the ODNR Division of Wildlife as a free publication.
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Axtell and Carol A. Bryant. – Champaign, Ill., – 10 S. – (Illinois Natural History Survey biological notes ; ). – Signatur: USA Mertins JW, Hartdegen RW () The ground skink, Scincella lateralis, an unusual host for phoretic deutonymphs of a uropodine mite, Fuscuropoda marginata, with a review of analogous mite-host interactions.
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Meridian St. • Tallahassee, FL • () v. Egg mass fidelity suggests oophagy in the Illinois Chorus Frog (Pseudacris streckeri illinoensis).
Journal of Kansas Scincella lateralis (Ground Skink) Aquatic Behavior. Herpetological Review 37(1): (2). McCallum, M.L. Book Review: Tropical herpetology: a drop in the bucket. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. LITTLE BROWN SKINK (GROUND SKINK) FAMILY SCINCIDAE Scincella lateralis This very small skink is limited to the extreme southern part of the state where it seems to prefer open areas in or adjacent to woods.
It may be found by turning. The golden glow of a recent early morning sunrise illuminates the stark barrens of Oakes Quarry Preserve in northeastern Greene County, Ohio. This site is the northernmost holding. Ultrastructural examination of spermiogenesis within the testis of the ground skink, Scincella laterale (Squamata, Sauria, Scincidae).
J Morphology Sever, D. Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny of Gymnophiona (Caecilians). Reproductive Biology and Phylogeny Series, Volume 5. Quarterly Review of Biology (book. On a recent trip to southern Illinois, I ran across a number of slaty skimmers, Libellula incesta, foraging high on a ridge in a woodland.
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Amends IAC to update scientific names of endangered species of reptiles and amphibians. Amends IAC to clarify requirements for the collection and possession of. Scincella lateralis (Ground Skink) by Kyle L.E., on Flickr I don't spend much time with skinks, though the ones with blue tails are kind of pretty.
They can be found quite regularly when looking for bigger game. Here's a large five-lined skink I found in late February while looking for the first emerging snakes of the year. The photos directly above and below show a Little Brown Skink (Scincella lateralis).
I first noticed this skink when I saw a tail slithering through the vegetation and thought I had seen a snake. This common species, which is one of the smallest reptiles.
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