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Livo, L.J., G.A. Hammerson, and H.M. Smith. 1998. Summary of Amphibians and Reptiles Introduced into Colorado. Northwestern Naturalist 79(1):1-11.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 12179
Type: Journal Article
Author: Livo, L.J., G.A. Hammerson, and H.M. Smith
Date (year): 1998
Article Title:Summary of Amphibians and Reptiles Introduced into Colorado.
Journal Name: Northwestern Naturalist
Volume: 79
Issue: 1
Pages: 1-11
Keywords: amphibian, reptile, Colorado, Osteopilus septentrionalis, cuban treefrog, chelydra, snapping turtle, trachemys
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Acris crepitans

    CO - Varsity Lake, University of Colorado

Agkistrodon piscivorus

    CO - Marshall Reservoir, 6 mi SE of Boulder

Alligator mississippiensis

    CO - Boulder Country Club
    CO - Colorado River near Fruita

Ambystoma tigrinum

    CO - near Wray

Apalone spinifera

    CO - Garfield Lake

Caiman crocodilus

    CT - Farmington River, Windsor

Chelydra serpentina

    CO - Colorado River at Grand Junction

Chrysemys picta bellii

    CO - unnamed pond, Grand Junction, T1S R1W SE1/4 Section 10
    CO - ranch pond approx 1 mile south of Craig on the south side of the Yampa River

Chrysemys picta marginata

    CO - Boulder

Graptemys pseudogeographica kohnii

    CO - Sloans Lake

Lithobates blairi

    CO - 2 miles (3.2 km) west of Milton Reservoir

Nerodia taxispilota

    CO - Sloans Lake

Osteopilus septentrionalis

    CO - Aurora Mall

Pseudacris hypochondriaca

    CO - Estes Park plant shop
    CO - Palisade, plant nursery

Pseudemys concinna floridana

    CO - Sloans Lake

Xenopus laevis

    CO - a beaver pond along the North Fork of the Snake River, on the southeast side of US Rt 6, 14.5 km northeast of Keystone, 3150 m elevation
    CO - beaver ponds on the southeast side of US Rt 6, 14.5 km NE Keystone


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