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Bibliography of the reptiles of
New York  [USA]

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.

Anonymous. 1987. Diamondback Terrapin returns to urban New York. Herpetofauna News 9: 3.

Adler, K.K. 1968. Elimination of box turtles in western New York state by prehistoric man. Journal of Herpetology 2: 179.

Benton, A.H.; Smiley, D. 1961. Some noteworthy records from eastern New York. Herpetologica 17: 142.

Bishop, S.C. 1927. The amphibians and reptiles of Allegany State Park. New York State Mus. Albany, Hand-book 3: 1-141.

Brown, E.E. 1979. Stray food records from New York and Michigan snakes. American Midland Naturalist 102(1): 200-203.

Burnley, J.M. 1969. The reptiles and amphibians of the Bear Mountain-Harriman section of Palisades Interstate Park, New York; part four: the squamatans. Engelhardtia 2(1): 4-5.

Burnley, J.M. 1971. Some 1969 herpetological observations in the Catskills and Shawangunks. Engelhardtia 4(4): 40.

Burt, C.E. 1931. A report on some amphibians and reptiles from New York and New Jersey. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences 21(9): 198-203.

Clausen, R.T. 1943. Amphibians and reptiles of Tioga County, New York. American Midland Naturalist 29(2): 361-364.

Cook, R.P. 2002. Herpetofaunal community restoration in a post-urban landscape (New York and New Jersey). Ecological Restoration 20(4): 290-291.

Ditmars, R.L. 1905. The batrachians of the vicinity of New York City. Amer. Mus. Journ. 5: 61-206.

Ditmars, R.L. 1905. The reptiles of the vicinity of New York City. Amer. Mus. Journ. 5: 93-140.

Ducey, P.K.; Newman, W.; Cameron, K.D.; Messere, M. 1998. Herpetofauna of the highly-polluted Onondaga Lake ecosystem, Onondaga County, New York. Herpetological Review 29(2): 118-119.

Eaton, T.H. 1945. Herpetological notes from Allegany State Park, New York. Copeia 1945: 115.

Eckel, E.C. 1901. The snakes of New York state: an annotated check list. American Naturalist 35: 151-155.

Eckel, E.C.; Paulmier, F.C. 1902. Catalogue of New York reptiles and batrachians. Bull. N. York Mus. 51: 355-414.

Gage, S.H.; Norris, H.W. 1891. Notes on the Amphibia of Ithaka, N.Y. Proceedings Am. Ass. 39: 338-339.

Gibbs, J.P.; Breisch, A.R.; Ducey, P.K.; Johnson, G.; Behler, J.L.; Bothner, R.C. 2007. The amphibians and reptiles of New York State: identification, natural history, and conservation. Oxford University Press, Oxford, New York, etc. 422 pp.

Harding, J. 2000. Reptiles and Amphibians of the Great Lakes Region. University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor. 378 pp.

Kauffeld, C.F. 1948. Introduced fence lizards on Staten Island, New York. Copeia 1948(4): 301.

Klemens, M.W. 1993. Amphibians and reptiles of Connecticut and adjacent regions. State Geological and Natural History Survey of Connecticut Bulletin 112: 1-318.

Mathewson, R.T. 1955. Amphibians and reptiles of Staten Island. Proceedings Staten Island Inst. Art. & Sci. 17(2): 29-48.

Mearns, E.A. 1898. A study of the vertebrate fauna of the Hudson Highlands. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 10: 302-352.

Mearns, E.A. 1898. Notes on the mammals of the Catskill Mountains, New York, with general remarks on the fauna and flora of the region. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 21: 341-360.

Morreale, S.J.; Meylan, A.; Sadove, S.S.; Standora, E.A. 1992. Annual occurrence and winter mortality of marine turtles in New York waters. Journal of Herpetology 26(3): 301-308.

Myers, G.S. 1930. Amphibians and reptiles observed in the Palisades Interstate Park, New York and New Jersey. Copeia 1930(173): 99-103.

Nelson, D.A.; Papin, M.E.; Baker, T. 2006. Quick fixes: working together to address herptile road mortality in New York State. pp. 90-93. In: Irwin, C.L.; Garrett, P.; McDermott, K.P. (eds.). On the road to stewardship. International Conference on Ecology and Transportation 2005 Proceedings, August 29 - September 2, 2005, San Diego, California. ITRE, North Carolina State University, Raleigh. 712 pp.

Noble, G.K. 1927. Distributional list of the reptiles and amphibians of the New York City region. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. Guide Leaflet Ser. 69: 1-9.

Oliverio, M.; Burke, R.; Bologna, M.A.; Wirz, A.; Mariottini, P. 2001. Molecular characterization of native (Italy) and introduced (USA) Podarcis sicula populations (Reptilia, Lacertidae). Italian Journal of Zoology (Modena) 68(2): 121-124.

Schlauch, F.C. 1967. Empire State turtles. International Turtle and Tortoise Society Journal 1(5): 6-11.

Schlauch, F.C. 1968. The reptiles and amphibians of the Bear Mountain-Harriman section of Palisades Interstate Park, New York; part two: the turtles. Engelhardtia 1(3): 30-33.

Smith, E. 1899. The turtles and lizards found in the vicinity of New York City. Proceedings Linn. Soc. New York 1899: 11-32.

Stewart, M.M. 1961. An ecological survey of amphibians, reptiles and mammals of Allegany Indian Reservation and vicinity. Bulletin N.Y. St. Mus. 383: 63-97.

Stewart, M.M.; Rossi, J. 1981. The Albany Pine Bush: a northern outpost for southern species of amphibians and reptiles in New York. American Midland Naturalist 106(2): 282-292.

Wallace, W.S. 1904. Snakes of Rockland County, New York. Rep. N. York Mus. 56 [1902]: 35-45.

Weber, J.A. 1928. Herpetological observations in the Adirondack Mountains, New York. Copeia 1928(169): 106-112.

Werner, W.E. 1959. Amphibians and reptiles of the Thousand Islands region, New York. Copeia 1959: 170-172.

Whitcher, C.E. 1942. Contributions to the herpetology of Erie, Cattaraugus, and Niagara Counties of New York. Bull. Buffalo Soc. nat. Sci. 17(3): 61-64.