Pituophis


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Related to Pituophis: Pituophis melanoleucus, Pituophis catenifer, Pituophis catenifer sayi
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Noun1.Pituophis - bull snakesPituophis - bull snakes        
reptile genus - a genus of reptiles
Colubridae, family Colubridae - nonvenomous snakes; about two-thirds of all living species
bull snake, bull-snake - any of several large harmless rodent-eating North American burrowing snakes
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1987) Influence of the hydric and thermal environments on eggs and hatchlings of bull snakes, Pituophis melanoleucus.
Environmental behavioral, and habitat variables influencing body temperature in radio-tagged Bullsnakes, Pituophis catenifer sayi.
Testicular histology was similar to that reported by Goldberg and Parker (1975) for the colubrid snakes, Masticophis taeniatus and Pituophis catenifer (= P.
Similarly, although the genus Pituophis spans >29[degrees] of latitude and 29[degrees] of longitude, only five studies of reproduction with samples of >10 females are available (Parker and Brown, 1980; Zappalorti et al.
calligaster, Pituophis catenifer) Common raccoon (Procyon 6 1 lotor) Squirrel (Spermophilus 4 13 11 tridecemlineatus, S.
vernalis (Harlan), smooth green snake NW Pituophis catenifer (Blainville), NW, SW bull snake Regina septemvittata (Say), queen snake Storeria dekayi (Holbrook), brown snake I S.
Qochoristica osheroffi was originally described from Pituophis melanoleucus collected in Nebraska by Meggitt (1934).
The Louisiana pine snake (Pituophis ruthveni), first described by Stull (1929), is a large-bodied constrictor of the family Colubridae and until recently was considered one of 15 subspecies of Pituophis melanoleucus (see Sweet & Parker 1990; Collins 1991; Crother et al.
Klauber (1946) described Pituophis catenifer coronalis from Isla Sur of Isla de Los Coronados on the basis of four specimens.
Testicular histology was similar to that of the two colubrid snakes, Masticophis taeniatus and Pituophis catenifer (= P.
We observed Crotaphytus nebrius and Pituophis catenifer as high as 1,978 m and 1,856 m elevation, respectively, and Crotalus cerberus as low as 1,182 m elevation.
Testicular histology was similar to that reported by Goldberg & Parker (1975) for two colubrids Masticophis taeniatus and Pituophis catenifer (= P.