Major organization : ELAPHE
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Bay # Captures Species Status 5 0 124 1 Black Racer, Coluber constrictor dead, partially decomposed 126 0 131 1 Black Racer, Coluber constrictor dead, recently 1 Rat Snake, Elaphe
obsoleta dead, recently 1 Water Snake, Nerodia?
1999) Spatial learning of an escape task by young corn snakes, Elaphe
alleghaniensis (Holbrook, 1836), Eastern Rat Snakes (I, II)
Ford and Seigel (1994a) found that neither age nor size of first reproduction was fixed in the oviparous corn snake Elaphe
guttata: food enhancement resulted in either earlier maturation, or larger size at maturation.
Growth and maturity of the Japanese rat snake, Elaphe
climacophora (Reptilia, Serpentes, Colubridae).
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Edge preference of Elaphe
might reflect an increased number of avian (Gates and Gysel 1978, Paton 1994) and small mammalian prey (Weatherhead and Charland 1985, Blouin-Demers and Weatherhead 2001a).
Ecological notes on an isolated population of Elaphe
Trionyx spiniferus 1 Squamata Scincella lateralis 6 1 Sceloporus undulatus 2 Sceloporus olivaceus 1 1 Hemidactylus turcicus 4 Elaphe
obsoleta * Leptotyphlops dulcis 3 Nerodia erythrogaster 4 Tantilla gracilis 3 Thamnophis marcianus 2 Virginia striatula 4 Total 56 4 5 135 8 % 10.
Growth and food consumption in the corn snake, Elaphe
guttata guttata (Serpentes Colubridae).
annulatus differs from biting reported on other colubrines (neck-biting in Elaphe
quadrivittata Noble 1937; Elaphe
vulpina Gillingham 1974 and Lampropeltis getula Lewke 1979).
We compared the transit rates of juvenile cornsnakes, Elaphe
guttata, at 22 C and 32 C.
But the sighting proved the Aesculapian - known scientifically as Elaphe
Longissima - was still thriving after almost 30 years on the loose.