Opheodrys aestivus

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Related to Opheodrys aestivus: Opheodrys vernalis, smooth green snake
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Noun1.Opheodrys aestivus - of southern and eastern United States
green snake, grass snake - either of two North American chiefly insectivorous snakes that are green in color
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Cranfield, "Cryptosporidium sp.-associated enteritis without gastritis in rough green snakes (Opheodrys aestivus) and a common garter snake (Thamnophis sirtalis)," Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, vol.
Rough Greensnake (Opheodrys aestivus) --A pair adult of Rough Greensnakes (one male, one female) was found dead on Stemler Road at SCNP on 5 September 2005.
of 13 10 9 9 amphibian species Reptiles Anolis 1 0 0 0 carolinensis carolinensis Aspidoscelis 4 4 0 0 sexlineata viridis Carphophis vermis 1 2 0 0 Opheodrys aestivus 1 0 0 0 aestivus Plestiodon 3 1 0 2 fasciatus Sceloporus 4 1 1 0 consobrinus Scincella 0 1 1 1 lateralis Storeria dekayi 1 0 0 0 texana Total no.
That leaves, as possibilities, the following snake species: red-bellied (Storeria occipitomaculata), DeKay's (Storeria dekayi), eastern ribbon (Thamnophis sauritus), western ribbon (77 proximus), garter (Thamnophis sirtalis), black rat (Elaphe obsolete), rough green (Opheodrys aestivus), racer (Coluber constrictor), ringneck (Diadophis punctatus), common king (Lampropeltis getula), milk, (L.
Two noteworthy snakes that were located on the LBJ Wildflower Property but absent from Camp Mabry were the rough green snake (Opheodrys aestivus) and the black-necked garter snake (Thamnophis cyrtopsis), both of which are known to occur near Austin (Milstead 1953).
Postprandial thermophily in rough green snakes (Opheodrys aestivus).
Indeed, annual variation in size of offspring (egg or hatchling) has been studied poorly in snakes in general (Seigel and Ford, 1987), although it has been documented for two oviparous species (rough green snake Opheodrys aestivus, among females, Plummer, 1983; brown water python Liasis fuscus, both within and among females, Madsen and Shine, 1996) and two viviparous species (T sirtalis, Gregory and Larsen, 1993; asp Vipera aspis, Bonnet et al., 2001).
Three species: cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus; 49.8%), rough green snake (Opheodrys aestivus; 15.9%), and gray ratsnake (Pantherophis spiloides; 10.7%) comprised 76.5% of snakes encountered from 2003 2008.