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Masticophis Bibliography

Anderson, R.E., and C.K. Anderson. 1995. Geographic distribution: Masticophis bilineatus bilineatus. Herpetological Review 26(4): 210.

Auth, D.L., et al. 1997. Geographic distribution: Masticophis mentovarius mentovarius. Herpetological Review 28(4): 210.

Auth, D.L., et al. 1998. Geographic distribution: Masticophis mentovarius mentovarius (Neotropical Whipsnake). Herpetological Review 29(1): 54.

Barbour, T. 1919. A large coach-whip snake. Copeia 73: 75-76.

Blanchard, F., et al. 1997. Geographic distribution: Masticophis flagellum testaceus. Herpetological Review 28(1): 52.

Brattstrom, B.H., and J.W. Warren. 1953. A new subspecies of racer, Masticophis flagellum, from the San Joaquin Valley of California. Herpetologica 9(4): 177-179.

Brown, T.W. 1972. A new record of the desert striped whipsnake (Masticophis taeniatus taeniatus) from the Providence Mountains Region of San Bernardino County, California. Herpetological Review 4(5): 172.

Camper, J.D. and J.R. Dixon. 1990. High incidence of melanism in Masticophis taeniatus girardi (Reptilia: Colubridae), from the Cuatro Cienegas Basin of Coahuila, Mexico. Texas Journal of Science. 42 (2):202-204.

Camper, J. D. and J. R. Dixon. 1994. Geographic variation and systematics of the striped whipsnakes (Masticophis taeniatus complex; Reptilia: Serpentes: Colubridae). Annals of the Carnegie Museum, 63(1):1-48.

Collins, J.T., and C.J. Hirschfeld. 1971. A second record of the eastern coachwhip snake, Masticophis flagellum flagellum (Shaw), from Kentucky. Journal of Herpetology 5: 193.

Cooper, W.E., Jr., D.G. Buth and L.J. Vitt. 1990. Prey odor discrimination by injestively naive coachwhip snakes (Masticophis flagellum). Chemoecology. 1 (1):86-91.

Cornett, J.W. 1982. Life history note: Masticophis lateralis (California Striped Racer) - Food. Herpetological Review 13(3): 96.

Dorcas, M.E. 1990. Geographic distribution: Masticophis flagellum flagellum. Herpetological Review 21(1): 23.

Dunn, E.R. 1933. Notes on Coluber oaxaca and Masticophis mentovarius. Copeia 1933: 214.

Franklin, C.J., and J. Franklin. 1999. Geographic distribution: Masticophis mentovarius (Neotropical Coachwhip). Herpetological Review 30(2): 114.

Gloyd, H.K., and R. Conant. 1934. The taxonomic status, range, and natural history of Schott's racer. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan. 287: 1-17.

Goldberg, S.R., and W.S. Parker. 1975. Seasonal testicular histology of the colubrid snakes, Masticophis taeniatus and Pituophis melanoleucas. Herpetologica 31: 317-322.

Goodrich, R.L., et al. 1978. Geographic distribution: Masticophis flagellum. Herpetological Review 9(3): 108.

Grismer, L. L. 1990. Masticophis aurigulus (Cope) Baja California Striped Whipsnake. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles pp. 499.1-499.2.

Grismer, L. L. 1990. Relationships, Taxonomy, and Biogeography of the Masticophis lateralis complex in Baja California, México. Herpetologica 46(1): 66-77.

Grismer, L.L., and C.R. Mahrdt. 1996. Geographic distribution: Masticophis lateralis lateralis. Herpetological Review 27(1): 34.

Guyer, C., and M.S. Laska. 1996. Natural history note: Coluber (=Masticophis) mentovarius (Tropical Racer) - Predation. Herpetological Review 27(4): 203.

Hammerson, G.A. 1977. Head-body temperature differences monitored by telemetry in the snake Masticophis flagellum piceus. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 57A: 399-402.

Hammerson, G. 1979. Thermal ecology of the striped racer, Masticophis lateralis. Herpetologica 35: 267-273.

Hammerson, G.A., et al. 1991. Geographic distribution: Masticophis flagellum. Herpetological Review 22(2): 67-68.

Hensley, M.M. 1950. Results of a herpetological reconnaissance in extreme southwestern Arizona and adjacent Sonora, with a description of a new subspecies of the Sonoran whipsnake: Masticophis bilineatus. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 53(2): 270-288.

Hibbitts, T.J., and T.L. Hibbitts. 1999. Geographic distribution: Masticophis bilineatus (Sonoran Whipsnake). Herpetological Review 30(1): 54.

Holland, R.L. 1977. Geographic distribution: Masticophis taeniatus taeniatus. Herpetological Review 8(1): 13.

Jennings, M.R. 1997. Natural history notes: Pituophis melanoleucas annectens (San Diego gopher snake) and Masticophis lateralis lateralis (California striped racer). Herpetological Review 28(4): 205-206.

Jones, K. B. 1978. "Thermal ecology of the nocturnal snake, Arizona elegans and the diurnal snake, Masticophis flagellum: Factors influencing activity." M.S. Thesis, New Mexico State University

Jones, K.B., and W.G. Whitford. 1989. Feeding behavior of free-ranging Masticophis flagellum: an efficient ambush predator. Southwestern Naturalist 34(4): 460-467.

Klauber, L.M. 1942. The status of the black whip snake. Copeia 1942(2): 88-97.

Kofron, C.P. 1980. Sperm of the coachwhip Masticophis flagellum (Serpentes: Colubridae), and a method of preparation for scanning electron microscopy of vertebrate spermatozoa. Southwestern Naturalist 25: 118-120.

Kraus, F., and G.W. Schuett. 1980. Geographic distribution: Masticophis flagellum testaceus. Herpetological Review 11(3): 81.

Lancini, V., A.R. 1965. Notas sôbre as diferenças existentes ente as sub-espécies Venezuelanas de Coluber (Masticopis) mentovarius (Dum. Bibr. et Dum. 1854). Memórias do Instituto Butantan 32: 9-14.

Lannutti, D.I., et al. 1996. Geographic distribution: Masticophis flagellum testaceus. Herpetological Review 27(4): 214.

Lapidus, R. 1994. A brief report on a sighting of an albino red racer. Notes From NOAH. 21 (11):4-5.

Lind, A.J. 1992. Geographic distribution: Masticophis lateralis. Herpetological Review 23(4): 124.

Livo, L.J. 1994. Geographic distribution: Masticophis taeniatus taeniatus. Herpetological Review 25(2): 77.

Lohrer, F.E. 1980. Eastern coachwhip predation on nestling blue jays. Florida Field Naturalist 8: 28-29.

Lowe, C.H., and W.H. Woodin, III. 1954. A new racer (genus Masticophis) from Arizona and Sonora, Mexico. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 67: 247-250.

Maslin, T.P. 1953. The staus of the whip snake Masticophis flagellum (Shaw) in Colorado. Herpetologica 9(4): 193-200.

Maza, B.G. 1974. Geographic distribution: Masticophis bilineatus bilineatus. Herpetological Review 5(3): 70.

McCrystal, H.K. and J.R. Dixon. 1983. Eggs and young of Schott's whipsnake, Masticophis taeniatus schotti. Texas Journal of Science. 35 (2):161-163.

Minton, S.A., and M.R. Minton. 1991. Life history note: Masticophis mentovarius (Neotropical Whipsnake) - Reproduction. Herpetological Review 22(3): 100-101.

Mueller, J.M., an M.J. Whiting. 1989. Life history note: Masticophis flagellum testaceus (Western Coachwhip) - Predation. Herpetological Review 20(3): 72-73.

Muñoz, M.C., et al. 1997. Notes on the reproduction of a Venezuelan whipsnake, Masticophis mentovarius suborbitalis. Bull. Chicago Herp. Soc. 32(7): 146.

Nelson, E.I., and C.W. Painter. 1998. Geographic distribution: Masticophis flagellum (Coachwhip). Herpetological Review 29(2): 114.

Ortenburger, A.I. 1923. A note on the genera Coluber and Masticophis, and a description of a new species of Masticophis. Occasional Papers of the Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan (139): 1-14.

Ortenburger, A.I. 1928. The whip snakes and racers. University of Michigan Studies, Memoirs of the University of Michigan Museum. Vol. 1.

Parker, W.S. 1976. Population estimates, age structure, and denning habits of whipsnakes, Masticophis t. taeniatus, in a northern Utah Atriplex-Sarcobatus community. Herpetologica 32:53-57.

Parker, W.S. 1982. Whipsnakes, pp. 19-20. In D. E. Davis (ed.), Handbook of Census Methods for Terrestrial Vertebrates. CRC Press.

Parker, W.S. 1982. Masticophis taeniatus. Catalog of American Amphibians and Reptiles 304:1-4.

Parker, W.S., and R.S. Bennion. 1976. Field observations on courtship and aggressive behavior in whipsnakes, Masticophis t. taeniatus. Herpetologica 32:30-35.

Parker, W.S., and W.S. Brown. 1972. Telemetric study of movements and oviposition of two female Masticophis t. taeniatus. Copeia 1972(4): 892-895.

Parker, W.S. and W.S. Brown. 1980. Comparative ecology of two colubrid snakes, Masticophis t. taeniatus and Pituophis melanoleucus deserticola, in northern Utah. Milwaukee Public Museum Publications in Biology and
Geology 7: vii + 104 pp.

Riemer, W.J. 1954. A new subspecies of the snake Masticophis lateralis from California. Copeia 1954(1): 45-48.

Schneider, G.E. 1998. Geographic distribution: Masticophis flagellum flagellum (Eastern Coachwhip). Herpetological Review 29(2): 114.

Secor, S.M. 1995. Ecological aspects of foraging mode for the snakes Crotalus cerastes and Masticophis flagellum. Herpetological Monographs (9): 169-186.

Secor, S.M., and K.A. Nagy. 1994. Bioenergetic correlates of foraging mode for the snakes Crotalus cerastes and Masticophis flagellum. Ecology 75: 1600-1614.

Small, M.F., et al. 1994. Natural history note: Masticophis flagellum (Western Coachwhip) - Foraging Behavior. Herpetological Review 25(1): 28.

Smith, D.D. 1975. Death feigning by the western coachwhip snake. Herpetological Review 6: 126.

Smith, H.M. 1941. Notes on Mexican snakes of the genus Masticophis. Journal of the Washington Academy of Science 31(9): 388-398.

Smith, H.M. 1942. Notes on Masticophis mentovarius. Copeia 1942(2): 85-88.

Stumpel, A.H.P. 1995. Natural history note: Masticophis taeniatus taeniatus (Desert Striped Whipsnake): Elevation Record. Herpetological Review 26(2): 102.

Tabor, S.P., and J.W. Dragoo. 1987. Geographic distribution: Masticophis flagellum testaceus. Herpetological Review 18(2): 41.

Tabor, S.P., and D.J. Germano. 1997. Natural history notes: Masticophis flagellum (Coachwhip) - Prey. Herpetological Review 28(2): 90.

Tomko, D.S. 1972. Telemetric study of movements and oviposition of two female Masticophis t. taeniatus. Copeia 1972(4): 892-895.

Tucker, M. 1989. Life history note: Masticophis flagellum (Coachwhip) - Behavior. Herpetological Review 20(3): 72.

Villa, J.D. 1993. Geographic distribution: Masticophis mentovarius mentovarius. Herpetological Review 24(3): 110.

Vindum, J.V. 1998. Geographic distribution: Masticophis lateralis (Striped Racer). Herpetological Review 29(2): 114-115.

Ward, D.M., Jr., and W.H. Clark. 1988. Life history note: Masticophis flagellum fulliginosus (Whipsnake) - Predation. Herpetological Review 19(2): 36-37.

Webber, T. A. 1980. Eastern coachwhip predation on juvenile scrub jays. Fla. Field Nat. 8:29-30.

Whiting, M.J., B.D. Greene, J.R. Dixon, A.L. Mercer, and C.M. Eckerman. 1992. Observations on the foraging ecology of the western coachwhip snake, Masticophis flagellum testaceus. The Snake 24:157-160.

Williamson, M.A., and N.J. Scott, Jr. 1982. Geographic distribution: Masticophis taeniatus. Herpetological Review 13(1): 25.

Wilson, L.D.1970. The coachwhip snake, Masticophis flagellum (Shaw): taxonomy and distribution. Tulane Studies in Zoology and Botany 16: 31-99.

Wilson, L.D. 1973. Masticophis. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles (SSAR) 144: 1-2.

Wilson, L.D. 1973. Masticophis flagellum. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles (SSAR) 145: 1-4.

Yancey, F.D., II, and K.J. Roberts. 1996. Geographic distribution: Masticophis flagellum testaceus. Herpetological Review 27(3): 154.

-----. 1998. Geographic distribution: Masticophis flagellum (Coachwhip). Herpetological Review 29(3): 177-178.