DEEP: Literature Cited

Literature Cited

Literature Cited

Babbitt, L. H. 1937. The amphibia of Connecticut. Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut, Bull. 57:1-50, plates I-XX.

 Ball, S. C. 1936. The distribution and behavior of the spadefoot toad in Connecticut. Trans. Conn. Acad. Arts Sci. 32:351-79, plates XIV-XV.

Bogart, J. P., and M. W. Klemens. 1997. Hybrids and genetic interactions of mole salamanders (Ambystoma jeffersonianum and A. laterale) (Amphibia: Caudata) in New York and New England. American Museum of Natural History, Novitates 3218:78 pp.+ 8 figures + 16 tables.

Collins, J. T. 1997. Standard common and current scientific names for North American amphibians and reptiles. Fourth Edition. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. Herpetological Circular No. 25, pp. iv+1-40.

Craig, R. J. 1979. The rare vertebrates of Connecticut. USDA Soil Conservation Service, Storrs, i-iv, 1-169.

Craig, R. J., M. W. Klemens, and S. S. Craig. 1980. The northeastern range limit of the eastern mud turtle Kinosternon s. subrubrum (Lacepede). J. Herpetol. 14(3):295-97.

Doroff, A. M., and L. B. Keith. 1990. Demography and ecology of an ornate box turtle (Terrapene ornata) population in south-central Wisconsin. Copeia 1990 (2):387-399.

Dowhan, J. J., and R. J. Craig. 1976. Rare and endangered species of Connecticut and their habitats.

Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut, Report of Investigations 6:i-v, 1-137.

Klemens, M. W. 1978. Variation and distribution of the turtle, Chrysemys picta,(Schneider), in Connecticut. MS thesis, University of Connecticut, Storrs. 60 pp.

Klemens, M. W. 1991. Checklist of the amphibians and reptiles of connecticut with notes on uncommon species. Connecticut DEP Bulletin 14:1-24.

Klemens, M. W. 1993. The amphibians and reptiles of Connecticut and adjacent regions. State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut Bull. 112:i-xii, 1-318.

Klemens, M. W. 1998a. Keynote Address: Ephemeral wetlands--Ephemeral protection. pp. 15-17 in Fellman, Bruce (ed.) Our hidden wetlands: The proceedings of a symposium on vernal pools in Connecticut. Yale University and Connecticut DEP.

Klemens, M. W. 1998b. Conservation action plan for the bog turtle Clemmys muhlenbergii in Connecticut. Unpublished report prepared for the Connecticut DEP, Nonharvested Wildlife Program and The Nature Conservancy, Connecticut Chapter. 16pp.

Klemens, M. W., and R. E. Dubos. 1978. Geographic Distribution: Ambystoma laterale (Blue-spotted Salamander). SSAR Herpetol. Rev. 9(2):61.

Klemens, M. W., and J. L. Warner. 1983. The status of Clemmys muhlenbergii (Schoepff) in Connecticut. SSAR Herpetol. Rev. 14(4):124-25.

Lamson, G. H. 1935. The reptiles of Connecticut. Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut, Bull. 54:1-35, plates I-XII.

Lassila, K. D. 1999. The new suburbanites: How America's plants and animals are threatened by sprawl. Amicus Journal (Natural Resources Defense Council) 21(2):16-21.

Petersen, R. C., and R.W. Fritsch. 1986. Connecticut's venomous snakes: The timber rattlesnake and northern copperhead. Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut, Bull. 111:i-vii, 1-48.

Vinegar, A., and M. Friedman. 1967. Necturus in Rhode Island. Herpetol. 23(1):51.

Warfel, H. E. 1936. Notes on the occurrence of Necturus maculosus (Rafinesque) in Massachusetts. Copeia 1936(4):237.

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