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King, W., and T. Krakauer. 1966. The exotic herpetofauna of southeast Florida. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 29(2):144-154.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 659
Type: Journal Article
Author: King, W., and T. Krakauer
Date (year): 1966
Article Title:The exotic herpetofauna of southeast Florida.
Journal Name: Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences
Volume: 29
Issue: 2
Pages: 144-154
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Keywords: amphibian, reptile, Florida, Bufo marinus, Cane Toad, Cuban Treefrog, Osteopilus septentrionalis, Greenhouse Frog, Eleutherodactylus planirostris, Speckled Caiman, Caiman sclerops, Boa Constrictor, Chelus fimbraiatus, kinosternon scorpiodes, Podocnemis
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Atelopus zeteki

    FL - 9559 SW 67 Avenue, Kendall, Dade County

Caiman crocodilus

    FL - various canal systems and adjacent to cities in south Florida
    FL - Palm Beach County
    FL - Broward County
    FL - Palm Beach County

Chelus fimbriata

    FL - Pembroke Road (vicinity) and US Interstate Hwy 95, Pembroke Park, Broward County

Chrysemys picta bellii

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal

Chrysemys picta dorsalis

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal

Cynops pyrrhogaster

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal

Eleutherodactylus planirostris

    FL - Florida, southern portion

Eleutherodactylus portoricensis

    FL - 84 Street and 100 Avenue SW, Sunset Park, Dade County

Graptemys pseudogeographica kohnii

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal

Hymenochirus boettgeri

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal

Kinosternon scorpioides

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal

Notophthalmus viridescens viridescens

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal

Osteopilus septentrionalis

    FL - Dania

Pachymedusa dacnicolor

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal

Podocnemis lewyana

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal

Podocnemis sextuberculata

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal

Podocnemis unifilis

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal

Rhaebo blombergi

    FL - Pembroke Road (vicinity) and US Interstate Hwy 95, Pembroke Park, Broward County

Rhinella marina

    FL - Pennsuco
    FL - Miami International Airport
    FL - Pembroke Park
    FL - Kendall (SW area Miami)
    FL - Homestead
    FL - Hollywood
    FL - Intracoastal Waterway
    FL - Broward County

Trachemys callirostris callirostris

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal

Trachemys dorbigni

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal

Trachemys scripta elegans

    FL - small canal in Miami bordering the Little River Canal, located at 107th Street at 18 Avenue NW
    FL - Crandon Park Zoo, Key Biscayne

Trachemys scripta

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal
    FL - Pembroke Road (vicinity) and US Interstate Hwy 95, Pembroke Park, Broward County

Trachemys scripta elegans

    FL - nonspecific, scattered colonies
    FL - Lee County
    FL - Palm Beach County
    FL - Miami

Trachemys stejnegeri malonei

    FL - canal in Hialeah

Xenopus laevis

    FL - Hialeah, in the vicinity of W 27 Street and E 7 Avenue, including the adjacent Hialeah (Red Road) Canal


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