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contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan)

Arnold B. Grobman

contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan)

by Arnold B. Grobman

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Published by University of Michigan press in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Opheodrys vernalis

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL666.O6 G75
    The Physical Object
    Pagination38 p.
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6430116M
    LC Control Number41052942
    OCLC/WorldCa23336907

    Scientific Name: Opheodrys vernalis Size: inches ( cm) in length Status: Species of special concern Habitat: Lower shrub vegetation, old fields, pastures, farmland, meadows, bog borders, and forest clearings. Found mostly in the open, but may be found under rocks or logs. The Smooth Greensnake (Opheodrys vernalis) is a small, slender, oviparous, colubrid snake that is widely distributed in North America. Nonetheless, there have been few studies on this species.

    ii ABSTRACT Ecology and Morphological Comparison between Rough Greensnakes (Opheodrys us) and Eastern Smooth Greensnakes (Opheodrys v. vernalis) in West Virginia Timothy Earl Baldwin Since , documented Rough Greensnake (Opheodrys aestivus) occurrences in West Virginia have declined from approximately to less than 20 occurrences in the last 10 years. Opheodrys vernalis. What do they look like? Smooth green snakes are the only snakes in eastern North America that are entirely bright green on their upper surfaces. This coloration camouflages them well in their grassy habitats. The head is slightly wider than the neck and is green above and white below. The belly is white to pale yellow.

    1. 1. Eggshells of the skink, Eumeces fasciatus, and of the rough green snake, Opheodrys vernalis, contain 28–40% of total shell mass as calcium at incubation, both calcium concentration and content were reduced 17–41%. 2. 2. Protein accounted for 33–65% of shell mass in Eumeces and Opheodrys eggshells at oviposition. Reductions in protein concentration and content from. Smooth green snake is part of WikiProject Amphibians and Reptiles, an attempt at creating a standardized, informative, comprehensive and easy-to-use amphibians and reptiles resource. If you would like to participate, you can choose to edit this article, or visit the project page for more information. B This article has been rated as B-Class on the project's quality scale.


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Contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan) by Arnold B. Grobman Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Contribution To The Knowledge Of Variation In Opheodrys Vernalis, Harlan: With The Description Of A New Subspecies [Grobman, Arnold B.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Contribution To The Knowledge Of Variation In Opheodrys Vernalis, Harlan: With The Description Of A New SubspeciesCited by: A contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan), with the description of a new subspecies A contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan).

A contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan), with the description of a new subspecies. A CONTRIBUTION TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF VARIA- TION IN OPHEODRYS VERNALIS (HARLAN), WITH THE DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SUBSI'ECIES INTRODUCTION IT is agreed by most biologists1 that the problems of speciation are akin to the problems of raciatioii.

ltaeiation is a dynamic process, probably having its entire origin in population variation. A contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan), with the description of a new subspecies By A.

Grobman Publisher: University of Michigan Museum of ZoologyAuthor: A. Grobman. A contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan), By Arnold B. (Arnold Brams) Grobman. Abstract.

Electronic text and image dataMode of access: Internet Topics: Smooth green snake. GROBMAN, A. A contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan), with the description of a new subspecies. Misc.

Publ. Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan The problem of the natural range of a species. Copeia 3: McCLURE, W. A new record of Opheodrys vernalis blanchardi in Texas. A contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan), with the description of a new subspecies.

Misc. Publ. Mus. Zool. Univ. Mich. Grobman, A. The problem of the natural range of a species. Copeia (3): Grobman, A. Metamerism in the snake Opheodrys vernalis, with a description of a. Geographic Range. Opheodrys aestivus, commonly known as the rough green snake, is found widely throughout the southeastern United is found frequently as far north as southern New Jersey and can be found along the East Coast into the Florida Keys.

Knowledge of Variation. The System Of Profound Knowledge® (SoPK) is the culmination of W. Edwards Deming’s work on management. The four areas of the system are: appreciation for a system, knowledge of variation, theory of knowledge and psychology.

This post explores knowledge of variation in the context of Dr. Deming’s management philosophy. Grobman,A.B. A contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan), with the description of a new subspecies. Misc. Publ. Mus. Zool. Univ. Michigan, No.

- get paper here; Grobman,A.B. Metamerism in the snake Opheodrys vernalis, with a description of a. Grobman,  : A contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan), with the description of a new subspecies. Miscellaneous Publications, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, n o  50, p.

(texte intégral). A contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan), with the description of a new subspecies. 38 pp., 2 figures, 1 map, 11 tables. $ MP 56 Stuart, L.C., Taxonomic and geographic comments on Guatemalan salamanders of the genus Oedipus.

37 pp., 2 plates, 1 map. $ Opheodrys is a genus of small to medium-sized non-venomous colubrid snakes commonly referred to as green snakes. In North America the genus consists of two distinct species. As their common names imply, the rough green snake has keeled dorsal scales, whereas the smooth green snake has smooth dorsal scales.

Opheodrys Opheodrys aestivus Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum:. Opheodrys aestivus, commonly known as the rough green snake, is a nonvenomous North American is sometimes called grass snake or green grass snake, but these names are more commonly applied to the smooth green snake (Opheodrys vernalis).The European colubrid called grass snake (Natrix natrix) is rough green snake is docile, often allowing close approach by humans.

Grobman, Arnold B. A contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys vernalis (Harlan), with the description of a new subspecies. Miscellaneous Publications, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan (50) Copeia: Nest Site Selection and Water Relations of Eggs in the Snake, Opheodrys vernalis; University of Michigan Press: A Contribution to Knowledge of Variation in Opheodrys Vernalis With the Description of a New Subspecies; USDA Forest Service: Smooth Green Snake (Opheodrys vernalis): A Technical Conservation Assessment.

Grobham, A.B. Clutch size and female length in Opheodrys vernalis. Herpetological Review 20(4): Grobman, A. On races, clines, and common names in Opheodrys.

Herpetological Review Grobman, A.B. A contribution to the knowledge of variation in (Opheodrys vernalis) (Harlan), with the description of a new subspecies. About the Author: Abby Miller is a 2nd year majoring in Zoology at the Ohio State University and is a volunteer in the Tetrapod Collection.

Redder, Alan J., Brian E. Smith, Ph.D., and Douglas A. Keinath. Smooth Green Snake (Opheodrys Vernalis): A Technical Conservation Assessment.” United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service: Rocky Mountain Region. The distributional history of Bufo debilis insidior Garman and Opheodrys vernalis blanchardi Grobman in Kansas is examined.

Several records of each species are eliminated from the state. While the presence of B. debilis in the state is considered valid, the presence of 0. vernalis in Kansas is questionable. Smooth Green Snake (Opheodrys vernalis) from Ontario, Canada (Photo by "atrahamrepol") (licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike Generic) Throughout much of its contemporary North American range the Smooth Green Snake (Opheodrys vernalis) can be abundant at certain times and under certain conditions.

However, it was probably never abundant in Texas - at least within the.SCUTELLATION VARIATION IN OPHEODRYS AESTIVUS ARNOLD B. GROBMAN UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Opheodrys vernalis. In the present ac-'Professor of Biology and Chancellor, University of Missouri, St.

Louis, Missouriand Adjunct Curator, Depart- A. B. A contribution to the knowledge of variation in Opheodrys ver-ralis (Harlan), with.PDF | On Dec 5,Andrew James Caven and others published Caven, A.J., J.

Salter, and K. Geluso. Opheodrys vernalis (Liochlorophis vernalis) (Smooth.