banded rattlesnake

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Related to Crotalus horridus: Lachesis, Crotalus horridus atricaudatus, canebrake rattlesnake
  • noun

Synonyms for banded rattlesnake

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our estimate of apparent survival was consistent with estimates obtained for timber rattlesnakes Crotalus horridus (Brown et al.
Neither Crotalus horridus nor Sistrurus miliarius was found during the course of this study.
Key words: Canebrake rattlesnake; Crotalus horridus atricaudatus; food habits, central Georgia.
A TWO YEAR STUDY OF OVER-WINTER SURVIVAL RATES OF TIMBER RATTLESNAKE, CROTALUS HORRIDUS, FROM AN ARTIFICIAL HIBERNACULUM.
Crotalus horridus were captured as encountered during the course of the study, transported to the laboratory, and implanted with SI-2T transmitters (Holohil Systems Ltd.
Crotalus horridus preys primarily on endotherms (Clark 2001).
piscivorus Lacepede, cottonmouth S Crotalus horridus Linnaeus, timber S rattlesnake Sistrurus catenatus (Rafinesque), N eastern massasauga Hypothetical: Eumeces anthracinus (Baird), coal skink Regina grahami Baird & Girard, Graham's water snake Tropidoclonian lineatum (Hallowell), lined snake Extirpated: Farancia abacura (Holbrook), mud snake X CLASS MAMMALIA Order Didelphimorphia (American opossums) Family Didelphidae (opossums) Didelphis virginiana Kerr, opossum I Order Insectivora (shrews and moles) Family Soricidae (shrews) Blarina brevicauda (Say), short-tailed I shrew Cryptotis parva (Say), least shrew I Sorex cinereus Kerr, masked shrew N S.
Reinhart HK, Cundall D and Bushar LM: Foraging behavior of the timber rattlesnake, Crotalus horridus.
OVER-WINTER SURVIVAL RATES OF FOUR LITTERS OF TIMBER RATTLESNAKE, CROTALUS HORRIDUS, FROM AN ARTIFICIAL HIBERNACULUM.
Two subspecies of Crotalus horridus Linnaeus are currently recognized: the timber rattlesnake, C.
The thermoregulatory behavior of free-ranging gravid and non-gravid timber rattlesnakes, Crotalus horridus, was studied during June and July of 2003.