Python bivittatus
Python bivittatus
(Burmese Python)

8 results for Python bivittatus (Burmese Python)

Impact ID Scientific Name Impact Type Study Type Study Location Impact Description Reference
4739 Python bivittatus Harvest Observational N/A The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (2012; FWS) spent $604,656 between 2007-2009 to design... 37092
4740 Python bivittatus Harvest Observational N/A US Fish and Wildlife Service, in partnership with many organizations, has spent more than $6... 37092
4741 Python bivittatus Harvest Observational N/A The National Park Service has spent $317,000 annually on programs dealing with constrictor snake... 37092
4742 Python bivittatus Harvest Observational N/A From 1999-2009, federal and state agencies have spent $1.4 million on Key Largo (Neotoma... 37093
4743 Python bivittatus Harvest Observational N/A A 2019 Everglades Invasive Species Summit presentation on Python Removal Programs states the total... 37094
4744 Python bivittatus Harvest Observational N/A The budget for python control efforts was approved to almost $1 million annually by the South... 37095
4745 Python bivittatus Harvest Observational N/A South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation... 37096
4746 Python bivittatus Harvest Observational N/A Realistic associated costs of Burmese python predation in southern Florida ecosystems were... 37097

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