Added 14 May 2004. Last updated 17 September 2015 with article from D 37.

Periodical Index - Pituophis (Pine, Gopher and Bull Snakes)

A guide to Pituophis articles appearing in herpetogical periodicals over the past few years



Key



Articles

Species

Article

Magazine

Issue

Author

Pituophis spp, Pine Snakes

Rarities of the longleaf: The Black and Louisiana Pine Snakes

V

1:4

Terry L Vandeventer and Robert A Young

Herp Mail: Q&A [Northern Pine Snakes]

R&AH

6:2

Allen R Both

Passionate about Pituophis Snakes!

PPS:S


Craig Robinson

Pituophis catenifer ssp, Gopher Snake

 

R&A

3-4/91

?

Pituophis catenifer annectans, San Diego Gopher Snake

Gopher Passion

PRK [also PPS:S]

20

Alan Stotton

Pituophis catenifer catenifer, Pacific Gopher Snake

Snake Hybrids: An Interesting Way to Increase Diversity

Rs

11:9

Glenn Fankhauser

Pituophis catenifer sayi, Bullsnake

Captive Maintenance of ~

RH

1:3

?

 

R&A

3-4/91

?

~ variations

R&A

9-10/96

?

Pituophis deppei deppei, Durango Mountain Gopher Snake

 

IR

6:8

Alan Stotton

Pituophis deppei jani, Northern Mexican Pine Snake

Treasure of the Sierra Madre Orientals

V

7:1

Alan Kardon

Pituophis melanoleucus, Pine Snake

 

R&A

3-4/91

?

Interessantes Drohverhalten einer Kiefernnatter, ~ (DAUDIN, 1803) im Sandhill Game Land Nationalpark, North Carolina (U. S. A.) [Interesting threat behaviour of a pine snake, ~ (DAUDIN, 1803) in Sandhill Game Land Nationalpark, North Carolina (U. S. A.)]

SA

1999:1

F Blume

BLUME (1999): Interessantes Drohverhalten einer Kiefernatter, Pituophis melanoleucus (DAUDIN, 1803) im Sandhill Game Land Nationalpark, Nort Carolina (USA) - SAURIA, Berlin, 20 (1): 45-46 [BLUME (1999): Interesting threat behaviour of a pine snake, ~ (DAUDIN, 1803) in Sandhill Game Land Nationalpark, North Carolina (U. S. A.) - SAURIA, Berlin, 20 (1): 45-46]

SA

1999:2

ERRATA

Adapting to a Desert Existence

Rs

11:9

Wayne Labenda

Pituophis m. melanoleucus, Northern Pine Snake

Nesting Habits

V

4:1

Jim Merli

Pituophis m. mugitus

Die Florida-Kiefernnatter, Pituophis melanoleucus mugitus Barbour, 1921 – bisher noch ein seltener Terrarienpflegling [The Florida pine snake, Pituophis melanoleucus mugitus Barbour, 1921, up to now still a rare terrarium charge]

D

37

Bernd Skubowius

General

Magazine

Issue

Author

Breeding the Common Colubrids

Part II: Mating, Egg-Laying and Rearing

R&AH

4:11

Tom Mazorlig

Colubrids, Successful Snakes

Overview

R&A

1-2/93

?

Cycling Colubrids for Healthy Offspring

IR

5:1

Kim Caldwell

Indoor Brumation for Colubrid Snakes

RH

2:3

Vincent Buccigrossi



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