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Conservationists fear it could pose a similar threat to snakes as white-nose syndrome in bats. The scientific name of grahamii, is in honor of Lieutenant Colonial James Duncan Graham,United States Topographical Engineer, who collected the type specimen. I’ll have to admit a particular fondness for the smaller woodland varieties and decided to take a few photos of some of those we located. George had told me about a fellow neighbor who has a woodland pond full of newts and tadpoles. They are found from Ontario, Canada; south to Iowa and back east as far as New York. She has one little button and rattle which tells us she has shed once. I found it to be an interesting tribute to a truly unique person.
They are found in numerous habitats, including ponds, lakes, rivers, sloughs, wetlands, marshes and drainage ditches. Snakes may be a bit peculiar, and a tad bit creepy, but they are also incredible and uniquely beautiful. I’ll put it in the Not Bad category. UT Arlington’s Amphibian and Reptile Diversity Research Center houses one of the finest herpetology collections in the nation, and its array of rare snakes, frogs, lizards and turtles is sought out by researchers around the world. They are not common in Missouri, they occur in a few isolated populations and one such population is at Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge. The scientific name of grahamii, is in honor of Lieutenant Colonial James Duncan Graham,United States Topographical Engineer, who collected the type specimen. Birds : Bird watching, Birdwatch, The Falconers & Raptor Conservation Magazine, Birds and Blooms, etc…
After wading into the pond and setting both traps we headed to the local diner for lunch. These are Eastern Ribbon Snakes (Thamnophis sauritus sauritus). 2013 was rough bad weather, busy, less time over all. She has one little button and rattle which tells us she has shed once. Here is a snake hovering on the brink of extinction in Missouri as well as throughout most of its range. Herp Nation! There never seems to be much of a shortage ofarticles or blogs about how some animals are truly bizarre, weird, or otherwise outrageous.
It’s been a hectic busy summer as it usually is and as it always seems to go, work took me to the southern hemisphere for the majority of summer… Mating takes place in the spring, usually in April or May. USARK is on the way back to Chicago for one of the best reptile shows in the country! For all the fear and hatred they evoke, snakes inspire fascination like no other group of animals. Few things in this World get me as riled as littering. One of the most critically imperiled turtles to be found in North America is the Blanding’s Turtle (Emydoidea blandingii), named for William Blanding, a Philadelphia naturalist who first described it. David A.
David A. Sometimes in life things happen to you that raise your adrenaline to such a level that you are sure your brain will ignite from the inability to process it all.