Last edited by Dolmaran
Tuesday, April 21, 2020 | History

3 edition of preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles found in the catalog.

preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles

Raymond B. Cowles

preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles

  • 366 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles in [Milwaukee] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reptiles

  • Edition Notes

    Reprinted from Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, vol. 83, pp. 265-296.

    Statement[by] Raymond Bridgman Cowles and Charles Mitchill Bogert. With a preface by F. Harvey Pough.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 265-296 p.
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13539251M
    OCLC/WorldCa895302

    Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, St. Louis, Missouri. Williams, S.R. Comparative ecology and reproduction of the endemic New Mexico plethodontid salamanders, Plethodon neomexicanus and Aneides hardii (Amphibia, Urodela, Plethodontidae). Ph.D. dissertation. In N.J. Scott (ed.), Herpetological Communities: a Symposium of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles and the Herpetologists’ League, August U.S. Fish and Wildlife Wildlife Research Rep pp. Conservation-Oriented Herpetological Research in Israel Israel is small and shared by contrasting ecological regions. Local amphibian and many reptilian populations are at peril as components of endangered ecosystems, and because they live at the limit of specific ranges and requirements. CDFW is temporarily closing its high public use areas, including visitor centers and license counters, to help slow the spread of COVID (coronavirus).Before heading to a CDFW facility, contact the regional headquarters office to determine if that facility is open. Information on purchasing licenses, permits, tags and other entitlements, can be found on CDFW’s Online License Site.


Share this book
You might also like
users guide to the OMNITAB command STATISTICAL ANALYSIS.

users guide to the OMNITAB command STATISTICAL ANALYSIS.

girl with the pale cerulean eyes

girl with the pale cerulean eyes

Mine host, America.

Mine host, America.

A descriptive study of personal trainers

A descriptive study of personal trainers

Ionizing radiation, levels and effects

Ionizing radiation, levels and effects

Alcohol use among U.S. ethnic minorities

Alcohol use among U.S. ethnic minorities

Greatest common divisor properties in Pascals triangle

Greatest common divisor properties in Pascals triangle

The Bishop of Bangors doctrine provd to be sound and orthodox, from the writings of the Latin and Greek fathers: being a further confutation of his double dealing and malicious opposers. In three chapters. By Philalethes

The Bishop of Bangors doctrine provd to be sound and orthodox, from the writings of the Latin and Greek fathers: being a further confutation of his double dealing and malicious opposers. In three chapters. By Philalethes

A Division of Spoils Part 1 of 2

A Division of Spoils Part 1 of 2

The Phantom unmasked

The Phantom unmasked

Fair employment practice legislation in the United States. Fereal-State-municpal

Fair employment practice legislation in the United States. Fereal-State-municpal

Five public schools that work

Five public schools that work

Manual of campaign publicity for schools

Manual of campaign publicity for schools

preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles by Raymond B. Cowles Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles book from a library. A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles. [Raymond B Cowles; Charles M Bogert]. A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v.

83, article 5. Bogert, Charles M. (Charles Mitchill), Cowles, Raymond B. (Raymond Bridgman), Type. Book Publication info. Language. English. Find in a local library. A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles. Bulletin of the AMNH ; v. 83, article 5.

"A Preliminary Study of the Thermal Requirements of Desert Reptiles. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume Article 5. Raymond Bridgman Cowles, Charles Mitchill Bogert," The Quarterly Review of Biol no.

2 (Jun., ): Due to the Covid outbreak SSAR will only be shipping claims and book orders once a week on Thursdays for the foreseeable future. The inventory is stored at John Carroll University. We apologize for the inconvenience. If you are an active SSAR Member.

A Preliminary Study of the Thermal Requirements of Desert Reptiles. With extensive review of recent studies by F. Harvey Pough. Reprinted from Bulletin of American Museum of Natural History. 52 p., 11 plates. $ Espada, M. Jiménez de la. Vertebrados del Viaje al Pacifico: Batracios.

A major taxonomic work on South American frogs. such works as "A Preliminary Study of the Thermal Requirements of Desert Reptiles," co-authored with Charles M. Bogert in (for some remembrances of Cowles, see Pough, and Bratt- strom, ).

However, the most strik- ing feature to me of Cowles' preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles book is its pervasive originality. When confronted. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Animal Camouflage.

A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural Color adaptation in desert reptiles and its thermal relationships.

In Lizard Ecology: A Symposium, ed. The Critical temperatures (defined as the upper and lower limits at which the animal can still right itself) were determined for 29 lizard species (13 genera) and four snake species (four genera) of Southeast Australia.

In addition to these Critical temperatures, acclimation of the Critical temperatures and also some lethal temperatures were recorded for several of these by: AnOn. Behav.,28, THE THERMAL DEPENDENCE OF LIZARD BEHAVIOUR BY ALBERT F.

BENNETT School of Biological Sciences, University of California, Irvine, California Abstract, New techniques were utilized to measure burst speed and distance running capacity in six species of lizards and to examine the thermal dependence of these behavioural by: The study of environmental relationships of living organisms has a long history.

Preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles book effects on animals were reported by Davenport and Castle (). A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles. Bull. Museum Nat. Hist. 83(5), – Google Scholar. Davenport, C.

B., Castle, W. E.: Studies in Cited by: Cowles RB, Bogert CM () A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles. Bull Am Mus Nat Hist – Dantzler WH, Bradshaw SD () : Don Bradshaw. One of these contributions, the classic “A Preliminary Study of the Thermal Requirements of Desert Reptiles,” coauthored with his preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles book C.

Bogert, later chairman and curator, Department of Herpetology, the American Museum of Natural History, was published in Heat islands, landscaping, and the thermal ecology of urban lizards A preliminary study of thermal requirements of desert reptiles How affluence and land cover influence the diversity and.

A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles / Raymond Bridgman Cowles and Charles Mitchill [i.e. Mitchell] Bogert Cowles, Raymond B.

(Raymond Bridgman), [ Book: ] At Barr Smith Library. Heat tolerance during embryonic development has not diverged among populations Our findings are in agreement with those of the only other study of developmental changes in heart rates of embryonic reptiles.

In that study, Bogert CM. () A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles. Bull Am Mus Nat Hist Cited by: 1. Thyroidal uptake of I injected as [ I]-thyroxine and NaI was monitored in the lizards Ameivu ameiva and A. bifrontata kept in thermal gradients. Uptake curves of thyroidal accumulation of radioactive iodine by A.

ameiva reached maxima of –% of the injected dose in 17–24 days. Tests with small samples of A. bifrontata provide similar results; a maximum of Cited by:   Water-use can also be affected by food availability as well as by the activities of other species, especially livestock and humans [32–34].Yet, information on the watering patterns of P-horses and Khulans as impacted by interactions with each other as well as by the availability of water and its quality and human activity is extremely limited [].Cited by: In the latest version of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles (SSAR) list of amphibians and reptiles of North America R.B., and C.M.

Bogert. A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History Cross, J.K. Tucson Herpetological Society. Heat tolerance during embryonic development has not diverged among populations of a widespread species (Sceloporus undulatus) Michael J.

Angilletta, Jr. A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert by:   Critical thermal maxima (CT Max) and minima (CT Min) were determined for the blue crab, Portunus pelagicus acclimated at 15, 20, 25, 30, and 35° ± 1°C.

The CT Max of blue crabs at those acclimation temperatures were, and °C, respectively. The corresponding CT Min values were, and °C, by: 4.

Reptiles in desert environments depend on habitat thermal quality to regulate their body temperature and perform biological activities.

Understanding thermoregulation with respect to habitat thermal quality is critical for accurate predictions of species responses to climate by: 7. A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles. A revised checklist with distribution maps of the turtles of the world.

A Revised Survey of the Forest Types of India. A survey of amphibians, reptiles, and birds in Northeast India. A survey report of cane turtle and Travancore tortoise Author: Deepak V.

A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles. Activity Patterns, Body Temperature and Thermal Ecology in Two Desert Caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Sphingidae). Adaptation and the goals of evolutionary research.

Author: Gina Louw. A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles. Cowles and C. Bogert,34 p. illust. (paperbound). $ Vertebrados del Viaje al Pacifico. De la Espada,p., 6 plates (clothbound). An essential reference for anyone interested in the amphibians of South America (clothbound).

$ Systema. A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles. Bull. of the American Museum of Natural History 83(5): A.T.: temperature; physiological ecology. Reptiles from forests, and amphibians in general, are probably more sensitive to UV light than are desert reptiles, and UVB bulbs are probably not appropriate for these animals.

Early signs of UVB toxicity include failure to eat, lethargy, diminished activity, and a gray or smokey skin color that turns progressively darker (William Gehrmann Cited by: ABSTRACT.

Microhabitat use by Cnemidophorus vacariensis Feltrim & Lema, as studied between October and September in two rocky formations in the municipality of Bom Jesus. The area was searched randomly between am and pm.

Stejneger, L. Annotated list of reptiles and batrachians, with descriptions of new species. North Amer. Fauna Annotated list of the reptiles and batrachians collected by the Death Valley Expedition inwith descriptions of new species.

AbstractEnvironmental variability occurring at different timescales can significantly reduce performance, resulting in evolutionary fitness costs. Shifts in thermoregulatory behavior, metabolism, and water loss via phenotypic plasticity can compensate for thermal variation, but the relative contribution of each mechanism and how they may influence each other are largely by: Reptiles are held at wildlife parks and zoos for display and conservation breeding programs and are increasingly being kept as pets.

Reliable indicators of welfare for reptiles need to be identified. Current guidelines for the captive management of reptiles utilize resource-based, rather than animal-based indicators; the latter being a more direct reflection of affective by: 3.

Du and colleagues (b, c) compared thermal sensitivities among several species of reptiles, including lizards, snakes, and turtles; heart rates increased by a factor of – with a warming of 10° by: Regal, P. Temperature and light requirements of captive reptiles.

in Reproductive Biology and Diseases of Captive Reptiles, J. Murphy and J. Collins, eds. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. The study supported the view that countershading enhances crypsis compared with the uniformly pigmented background colour matching dark prey.

A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert reptiles. Bull. Mus. Nat. Hist. Norris K.S Color adaptation in desert reptiles and its thermal relationships. Liazard ecology: Cited by: Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.

Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuu’s. Bury RB () Status Report on California's Threatened Amphibians and Reptiles. Department of Fish and Game: Inland Fisheries Branch. Cowles RB, Bogert CM () A preliminary study of the thermal requirements of desert lizards.

Bulletin American Museum Natural History Booth, David T. () Incubation temperature induced phenotypic plasticity in oviparous reptiles: where to next?. Journal of Experimental Zoology. Part A, Ecological and Integrative Physiology, doi/jez A preliminary investigation into the early embryo death syndrome (EEDS) at the world's largest green turtle rookery.

Report on the recent reptiles and fishes of the survey, collected by Campbell Carrington and C.M. Dawes. In: F.V. Hayden, Preliminary report of the United States geological survey of Montana and portions of adjacent territories; being a fifth annual report of progress. Frank's Duplicate Books - Index.

Frank & Kate's - Main Page. British Herpetological Society. British Journal of Herpetology Vol. 1 # 12 Jun Frog and Toad Breeding for ; Poisonous Snakes in Captivity; The Introduction of an Australian Frog into England; The Use of Penicillin in the Treatment of Reptiles and Amphibians; Juvenile Behavior of Denisonia signata; Telescopus fallax feeding.

Full text of "Maintenance of rattlesnakes in captivity" See other formats Herp QLM87 WtawfewaHce (K Capttuth) by ponced B. Wtutyluj Batty jC. AtHwttwuj The Uiuiiet&tty at KontM (Museum ej Maiatflf Hwtwi) UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS PUBLICATIONS MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY Copies of this publication may be obtained from the Publications Secretary, Museum of Natural.

The Greater Short-horned Lizard is viviparous, pdf live pdf to 5 to 36 young (3 to 15 in the Pacific Northwest) during July to September (Nussbaum et al.Stebbins ). The size of 8 litters from Alberta, born in late July to early August, ranged from 6 to 13 young (Laird and LeechPowell and Russell ) and 5 litters in.The U.S.

Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information.Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore ebook ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.