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Population structure and biomass of some common snakes in Central North America / by Henry S. Fitch
1 INTRODUCTION 2 Acknowledgments 2 MATERIALS AND METHODS 2 RESULTS 3 DISCUSSION 3 LITERATURE CITED 7 ABSTRACT Samples of 113 to 1762 individuals were obtained from local populations of 11 common species of snakes in Kansas and one ui Oklahoma. An age-size correlation was established for each species from the records of marked individuals that were recaptured. Each snake in the samples was tentatively allocated on the basis of its snout-vent length (or alternatively on its rattle string indoi:10.5962/bhl.title.16291 fatcat:yvvoevakyfbynfeyx3alebl2mu