Publications arising from LGL and/or Greeneridge.

Reptiles and Amphibians

Bevan, E.* and 8 others including B.J. Gallaway.  2016.  Estimating the historic size and current status of the Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle (Lepidochelys kempii) population.  Ecosphere 7(3):e01244, 15 p. link

Bickham, J.W., M.D. Springer and B.J. Gallaway.  1984.  Distributional survey of the Yellow Mud Turtle (Kinosternon flavescens) in Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri: a proposed endangered species.  Southwestern Nat. 29(1):123-132.  link

Christiansen, J.L.* and B.J. Gallaway.  1984.  Raccoon removal, nesting success, and hatchling emergence in Iowa turtles with special reference to Kinosternon flavescens (Kinosternidae).  Southwestern Nat. 29(3):343-348.  link

Christiansen, J.L.*, J.A. Cooper*, J.W. Bickham, B.J. Gallaway and M.A. Springer.  1985.  Aspects of the natural history of the Yellow Mud Turtle, Kinosternon flavescens (Kinosternidae) in Iowa: a proposed endangered species.  Southwestern Nat. 30(3):413-426.  link

Christiansen, J.L.*, B.J. Gallaway and J.W. Bickham.  1990.  Population estimates and geographic distribution of the Yellow Mud Turtle (Kinosternon flavescens) in Iowa.  Proc. Iowa Acad. Sci. 97(3):105-108.

deGraff, D.A., B.K. Boles and J.A. Lovisek*.  1981.  Two-lined salamander, Eurycea bislineata (Amphibia: Caudata: Plethodontidae), in Labrador.  Can. Field-Nat. 95(3):366-367.  link

Finley, K.J. and M.A. Jasieniuk*.  1978.  The eastern Yellow-bellied Racer in Canada**.  Blue Jay 36(2):88-91.

Gallaway, B.J., J.W. Bickham and M.D. Springer.  1985.  A controversy surrounding an endangered species listing: the case of the Illinois Mud Turtle--another perspective.  Smithsonian Herpetol. Inform. Serv. 64:1-17.  link

Gallaway, B.J. et al. in press. Development of a Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle stock assessment model.  Gulf Mex. Sci.

Gallaway, B.J., W.J. Gazeyº, D. Shaver*, T. Wibbels* and E. Bevan*. in press. Evaluation of the status of the Kemp's Ridley Sea Turtle following the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.  Gulf Mex. Sci.

Gregory*, P.T. and K.N. Tuttle.  in press.  Factors affecting diurnal cover use in temperate-zone snakes: the influence of body size and reproductive state in five species of Natricines**.  Herpetologica.

Hawkes, V.C. and P.T. Gregory*.  2012.  Temporal changes in the relative abundance of amphibians relative to riparian buffer width in western Washington, USA.   Forest Ecol. Manage. 274:67-80. link

Houseal, T.*, J.W. Bickham and M.D. Springer.  1982.  Geographic variation in the Yellow Mud Turtle, Kinosternon flavescensCopeia 1982(3):567-580.  link

Kristensen, J.  1981.  Tiger Salamanders “rooming in” with northern pocket gophers**.  Alberta Nat. 11(4):171-172.

Minx, P.  1992.  Variation in phalangeal formulae in the turtle genus Terrapene**.  J. Herpetol. 26(2):234-238.  link

Swan, K.D.*, V.C. Hawkes, and P.T. Gregory*.  2015.  Breeding phenology and habitat use of amphibians in the drawdown zone of a hydroelectric reservoir.**  Herpetol. Conserv. Biol. 10(3):864‑873.  link

Tuttle, K.N., and P.T. Gregory*.  2009.  Food habits of the Plains Garter Snake (Thamnophis radix) at the northern limit of its range**.  J. Herpetol. 43(1):65-73.  link

Tuttle, K.N. and P.T. Gregory*.  2012.  Growth and maturity of a terrestrial ectotherm near its northern distributional limit: does latitude matter?**  Can. J. Zool. 90(6):758-765.  link

Tuttle, K.N. and P.T. Gregory*.  2014.  Reproduction of the Plains Garter Snake, Thamnophis radix, near its northern range limit: more evidence for a “fast” life history**.  Copeia 2014(1):130-135.  link

Revised April 2016

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