Storeria


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1963) The identity of the Black Hills population of Storeria occipitomaculata, the red-bellied snake.
Las culebras Storeria storerioides y Thamnophis pulchrilatus tienen una amplia distribucion en varias provincias fisiograficas de Mexico.
Storeria occipitomaculata (Storer, 1839), Northern Red-bellied Snake (I, II, III, IV)
Determinants of offspring number and size in the brown snake, Storeria dekayi.
Other colubrid snakes captured were the small "ground snakes" Diadophis punctatus, Carphophis amoenus, and Storeria dekayi.
Only ground skinks, Scincella lateralis, and Texas brown snakes, Storeria dekayi, were more common in oil pump plots.
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.
subrubrum (96), Pseudemys floridana (8), Steruotherus odoratus (4), Terrgpene carolina (1), Trachemys scripta (64) Small snake species Cemophora coccinea (1), Diadophis punctatus (<50 cm SVL) (8), Seminatrix pygaea (125), Storeria occipitamaculata (2) Large snake species Agkistrodon contortrix (1), A.
97 Snakes Storeria dekayi 06 03 -- -- 09 Storeria occipitomaculata -- 01 -- 01 02 Virginia striatula -- -- -- 02 02 Lampropeltis calligaster -- 02 -- -- 02 Lampropeltis getula 15 08 20 06 49 Lampropeltis triangulum -- 02 08 05 15 Coluber constrictor 18 14 20 14 66 Opheodrys aestivus -- 01 -- 01 02 Elaphe obsoleta 09 18 13 06 46 Heterodon platirhinos -- -- 01 -- 01 Thamnophis proximus 38 57 27 23 145 Farancia abacura 04 02 01 -- 07 Nerodia cyclopion 10 01 01 -- 12 Nerodia erythrogaster 26 14 09 01 50 Nerodia fasciata 57 18 15 -- 90 Nerodia rhombifer 05 01 03 -- 09 Regina rigida 03 -- -- -- 03 Agkistrodon contortrix 29 44 25 19 117 Agkistrodon piscivorus 31 18 02 02 53 No.
vernalis (Harlan), smooth green snake NW Pituophis catenifer (Blainville), NW, SW bull snake Regina septemvittata (Say), queen snake Storeria dekayi (Holbrook), brown snake I S.
Eumeces fasciatus was the most abundant reptile (22% of all reptile captures), but was closely followed by Storeria dekayi (20% of all reptile captures).
In particular, members of the genus Storeria regularly prey on slugs and earthworms (Judd, 1954; Rossman and Myer, 1990), foraging in moist areas beneath cover objects where B.
Fifteen individuals of seven species of snakes were collected including the brown snake, Storeria dekayi; the redbelly snake, Storeria occipitomaculata, the cottonmouth, Agkistrodon piscivorus; the ringneck snake, Diadophis punctatus; the eastern ribbon snake, Thamnophis sauritus; the black racer, Coluber constrictor; and the rough earth snake, Virginia striatula.
The adults of three reptile species (Carphophis amoenus, Storeria dekayi and Thamnophis sirtalis) were also significantly more abundant in Pine than Burn, whereas two reptile species (Coluber constrictor and Lampropeltis getula) were significantly less abundant (Table 2).