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Bibliography of the reptiles of
Bonin Islands  [Japan]

Note: In order to limit redundancy, relevant literature indexed in the related bibliographies in the left column may not have been included in this page. For a comprehensive search of literature, these bibliographies should therefore also be consulted.

Abe, T.; Makino, S.; Okochi, I. 2008. Why have endemic pollinators declined on the Ogasawara Islands? Biodiversity and Conservation 17(6): 1465-1473.

Horikoshi, K. 2008. [Lizards in Minami-Iwo-To Island]. (In Japanese, English summary). Ogasawara Research 33: 129-134.

Makino, S. 1936. On the occurrence of Agkistrodon halys blomhoffii, the pit viper, in Chichijima, one of the Bonin Islands. Bull. biogeogr. Soc. Tokyo 6(24): 231-233.

Okada, Y. 1930. Notes on the herpetology of the Chichijima, one of the Bonin Islands. Bull. Soc. Biogeogr. Tokyo 1(3): 193-194.

Okochi, I.; Yoshimura, M.; Abe, T.; Suzuki, H. 2006. High population densities of an exotic lizard, Anolis carolinensis and its possible role as a pollinator in the Ogasawara Islands. Shinrin Sogo Kenkyujo Kenkyu Hokoku 5(4)(401): 265-269.

Shigei, M. 1971. Reptiles of the Bonin Islands. Journal of the Faculty of Science University of Tokyo (Zoology) 12: 145-166.

Suzuki, A.; Nagoshi, M. 1999. Habitat utilizations of the native lizard, Cryptoblepharis boutonii nigropunctatus, in areas with and without the introduced lizard, Anolis carolinensis, on Hahajima, the Ogasawara Islands, Japan. pp. 155-168. In: Ota, H. (ed.). Tropical island herpetofauna: origin, current diversity, and conservation. Developments in Animal and Veterinary Sciences 29: 1-353.

Ueda, K. 1990. [Reptiles as food of the Bonin Islands honeyeater Apalopteron familiare and Japanese white-eye Zosterops japonica in the Bonin Islands]. (In Japanese, English summary). Strix 9: 234-236.

Zug, G.R. 2013. Reptiles and amphibians of the Pacific islands. A comprehensive guide. University of California Press, Berkeley & Los Angeles. 306 pp.