Amphibians and reptiles of the Lake Michigan drainage basin
Edwin D. Pentecost, Richard Carl Vogt, United States. Energy Research and Development Administration
Argonne National Laboratory, 1976 - Nature - 69 pages
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Abundant Fig ambystomatids American toad amphibians and reptiles areas arthropods attenuatus Blanding's turtle boreal forest Breeds late brown snake Bufo bullfrogs bullsnake central newt chrysoscelis cinereus Comments Common Fig Conant County crucifer Diet Distribution of Ambystoma Distribution of Rana Drainage Basin earthworms eastern garter snake Eggs laid females fish forests Minton gray treefrog Habitat Hatching late herpetofauna hibernation Hyla Illinois Indiana populations inhabit Lake Michigan Lake Michigan Drainage larvae late August late June laterale lizard marshes Mating Metamorphosis Michigan Drainage Basin Minton l972 mollusks mudpuppies Museum Natrix nesting northern red-bellied snake oak savanna Oviparous Ovoviviparous painted turtle pine barrens ponds predators Rare Fig Reproduction ribbon snake sedge meadows September Minton septentrionalis serpentina sexlineatus Sexual maturity sirtalis Smith snapping turtles southern gray treefrog southern lowland forest southern mesic forest species Status Thamnophis throughout Basin Fig tiger salamander tigrinum tremblayi triseriata viridescens water bodies western chorus frog wet-mesic Wisconsin wood frog xeric