Narrow-headed gartersnake (Thamnophis rufipunctatus)
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Narrow-headed gartersnake (Thamnophis rufipunctatus) by Leland J. S. Pierce

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Published by The Dept. in Santa Fe, NM .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

Other titlesNarrow headed garter snake
Statementprepared by Leland J. S. Pierce ; prepared for New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Conservation Services Division
ContributionsNew Mexico. Dept. of Game and Fish. Conservation Services Division
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL666.O636 P54 2007
The Physical Object
Pagination27 p. :
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24410072M
LC Control Number2009416591
OCLC/WorldCa216932000

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The narrow-headed gartersnake (Thamnophis rufipunctatus) is a non-venomous, semi-aquatic snake that is distinguished from other gartersnakes of its genus by the lack of stripes along its body and its elongated, triangular narrow-headed gartersnake’s color ranges from olive to brown with dark spots along its body. Adults can reach a maximum length of four feet, with females larger. The Narrow-headed Garter Snake is endangered in New Mexico and threatened in Arizona (note: this information may be out of date). The recent splitting off of Mexican populations into separate species means that Thamnophis rufipunctatus is now at risk throughout its range. Collecting Narrow-headed Gartersnakes (Thamnophis rufipunctatus) at the Black River, Arizona. Report to the Arizona Game and Fish Department. 12 pp. Holycross A.T., W.P. Burger, E.J. Nigro, T.C. Brennan. Surveys for Thamnophis equesand Thamnophis rufipunctatusin the Gila River Watershed of Arizona and New Mexico. PDF | On Jan 1, , Philip Clark Rosen and others published Status of the Mexican and narrow-headed gartersnakes (Thamnophis eques megalops .

An ~1,word weekly exposition on some aspect of federal or state public lands in the United States. Some blogs goes rather deep and serve as a (I hope) useful backgrounder on particular public land areas, matters or issues. Other weeks, you’ll find a topical piece addressing a public lands contro.   The northern Mexican gartersnake, like the narrow-headed gartersnake, is being threatened by the loss of its streamside habitat and by competition from .   The new proposal substantially reduces the amount of critical habitat for both species as compared to the proposal — a 93% reduction (, acres to 27, acres) for the northern Mexican gartersnake and a 91% reduction (, acres to 18, acres) for the narrow-headed gartersnake. Mexican Gartersnake and Narrow-headed Gartersnake. On J , the Office of Advocacy submitted comments to the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) on its revised proposal to designate critical habitat for the northern Mexican gartersnake and the narrow-headed gartersnake. The proposal would.

Her conservation work with rattlesnakes and gartersnakes was profiled in the book American Snakes. Dr. Nowak is also regionally recognized for her expertise with federally threatened narrow-headed and northern Mexican gartersnakes. Collecting Narrow-headed Gartersnakes (Thamnophis rufipunctatus) at the Black River, Arizona. Report to the Arizona Game and Fish Department. 12 pp. Holycross A.T., W.P. Burger, E.J. Nigro, T.C. Brennan. Surveys for Thamnophis eques and Thamnophis rufipunctatus in the Gila River Watershed of Arizona and New Mexico. I share a rather depressing story about one of the most ecologically unique snake species in North America, the narrow-headed gartersnake (Thamnophis rufipunctatus). I’ve spent the last three years of my career conducting secondary research on the status of this species, culminating with its listing as threatened under the Endangered Species Act in Black-necked Gartersnake: Thamnophis elegans Terrestrial Gartersnake: Thamnophis eques Mexican Gartersnake: Thamnophis marcianus Checkered Gartersnake: Thamnophis rufipunctatus Narrow-headed Gartersnake: Trimorphodon lambda Sonoran Lyresnake.