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Synonyms for Diadophis

a genus of reptiles of the family Colubridae including ringneck snakes

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sylvatica, Chelydra serpentina, Chrysemys picta, Emydoidea blandingii, Glyptemys insculpta, Graptemys geographica, Eumeces fasciatus, Diadophis punctatus, Elaphe vulpina, Lampropeltis triangulum, Nerodia sipedon, Opheodrys vernalis, Storeria dekay, S.
Records of Diadophis punctatus are relatively rare in Region I, being confined to four counties in the western part of the state (Muskegon, Kent, Allegan, and Cass), and three counties in the southeastern part of the region (Jackson, Washtenaw, and Oakland).
Manitou Notophthalmus viridescens X X X Plethodon cinereus X X X X X Ambystoma laterale X X X Ambystoma maculatum X X Bufo americanus X X X X X X Hyla versicolor X Pseudacris crucifer X X* X X X Rana catesbeiana X X Rana clamitans X X X X Rana sylvatica X X Rana pipiens X X Chelydra serpentina X X X Chrysemys picta X X X X Thamnophis sirtalis X X X X X Thamnophis sauritus X X Nerodia sipedon X X X X X Storeria dekayi X Storeria occipitomaculata X X X Diadophis punctatus X X X X Liochlorophis vernalis X Lampropeltis triangulum X X X X Species Islands S.
Van Denburgh and Slevin (1923) proposed the name Diadophis punctatus anthonyi for the population on Isla Sur of Islas Todos Santos.
Batrachoseps major, Uta stansburiana, Elgaria multicarinata, Diadophis punctatus, Hypsiglena torquata, Pituophis catenifer.
One salamander (Plethodon glutinosus), one turtle (Chrysemy picta), and six snakes (Coluber constrictor, Thamnophis sauritus, Lampropeltis calligaster, Heterodon platyrhinos, Diadophis punctatus, and Carphophis amoenus) reported by Whitaker (1994) were not observed in 1998.
sylvatica and Diadophis punctatus are found in neighboring Kent County, Ontario, and in lakeshore counties in Michigan (Weller and Oldham, 1988; Harding and Holman, 1992; Holman et al.
larvae) - FMNH; Emydoidea blandingi - CAS (photos); Coluber constrictor - CAS198602-198603; Diadophis punctatus - CAS (photos); Elaphe vulpina - CAS198470, 198605; Heterodon platirhinos - CAS198604; Necturus maculosus - FMNH; Nerodia sipedon - CAS198467-198469, 198484, 198506-198515, 198546-198573, 198578-198580, 198582, 198595-198601; Plethodon cinereus - CAS198606-198609; Rana catesbeiana - FMNH; Rana pipiens - FMNH, Regina septemvittata - CAS (photos); Storeria dekayi - CAS197642-197879, 1987881-197882; Storeria occipitomaculata - CAS197641; Thamnophis butleri - CAS197638-197640; Thamnophis sirtalis - CAS197638-197640, 198460-198466, 198471-198483, 198485-198505, 198516-198545, 198574-198577, 198581, 198583; 198588-198594.
The one exception was Diadophis punctatus, which was more commonly encountered than all other snakes combined.
Diadophis punctatus, Bufo woodhousii, Acris crepitans) reached their highest abundance there.