2 edition of Gopherus berlandieri in southeastern Texas found in the catalog.
Gopherus berlandieri in southeastern Texas
|Statement||[by] Walter Auffenberg and W. G. Weaver, Jr.|
|Series||Bulletin of the Florida State Museum. Biological sciences, v. 13, no. 3, Bulletin of the Florida State Museum., v. 13, no. 3.|
|Contributions||Weaver, W. G. 1936- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QH1 .F6 vol. 13, no. 3, QL666.C5 .F6 vol. 13, no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||74628699|
Mountain lions (Puma concolor), throughout their distribution, eat a variety of prey, but primarily consume large prey (e.g., cervids). While monitoring radio-collared mountain lions, we saw a mountain lion kitten consuming a Texas tortoise (Gopherus berlandieri). Small prey might increase survival of young mountain lions developing predation skills required for solitary survival as adults. 4) Texas Tortoise, Gopherus berlandieri, sometimes called Berlandier's Tortoise (named after the French naturalist who did extensive studies in northern Mexico) is the smallest of the four and the one that is the focus of this article. Its home range is south Texas into the northeastern Mexican states of Coahuila, Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas.
“Overall, this is a useful guide to the turtles of Texas there are no other books that are designed to enable a person to identify and learn something about the turtles observed while in the field in Texas. ” Herpetological Review “This book fills a void for Texas, which currently lacks a definitive guide to the state’s turtle fauna. AUFFENBERG/WEAVER: GOPHERUS BERLANDIERI' b~D/~2. GOPHERUS BERLANDIERI IN \=Ca~~-Q,.. SOUTHEASTERN TEXAS ~ t \ ~ Vvo,,3 WALTER AUFFENBERGANDW. G. WEAVER, JR.1 SYNOPSIS: Gopherus berlandieri populations on:"isolated clay dunes near the mouth 'of the Rio Grande were studied intermittantlv from to
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GOPHERUS BERLANDIERI IN - SOUTHEASTERN TEXAS WALTER AUFFENBERG AND W. WEAVER, JR.1 SYNOPSIS: Gopherus berlandieri populations on isolated clay dunes near the mouth of the Rio Grande were studied intermittantly from to Reproduction, growth, habitat, movement, activity, shelter, food, and predation were investigated.
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OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Description: pages illustrations 23 cm. Series Title: Bulletin of the Florida State Museum., Biological sciences ;, v. Texas Tortoise (Gopherus berlandieri) Texas Status Threatened Description The Texas tortoise has yellowish-orange, "horned" scutes (plates) on its shell and cylindrical and columnar hind legs, like those of an elephant.
About one and 11/2 inches long (and wide) at hatching, this turtle will normally grow to have a shell length of about 81/2 inches. This is the smallest North American tortoise and the only tortoise native to Texas.
Adults reach a shell length up to inches (22 cm). The carapace is is rounded in dorsal perspective it is almost as wide as it is long and ranges in coloration from dark brown with beige highlights appearing on the center of the costal and vertebral scutes and on the edges of the marginal scutes.
The Texas tortoise is listed as threatened by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and is protected from collection in the state of Texas. Texas Distribution: In Texas, Gopherus berlandieri, is found across the southern portion of the state, roughly in a line south of Del Rio - San Antonio.
Gopherus berlandieri — LINER Gopherus berlandieri — CROTHER Gopherus berlandieri — TTWG Distribution: USA (S Texas south of Del Rio and San Antonio), Mexico (E Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas, Jalisco) Type locality: Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas.
Reproduction: Gopherus agassizii can hybridize with Gopherus. Familia: Testudinidae Genus: Gopherus Species: Gopherus berlandieri Name . Gopherus berlandieri (Agassiz, ). Type locality: Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas. Etymology: Named after Jean Louis Berlandier (ca.
), Belgian biologist, who left Europe for Mexico in and settled there. Mentions . Xerobates berlandieri Agassiz ; Testudo berlandieri.
Gopherus polyphemus berlandieri Mertens & Wermuth, Scaptochelys berlandieri (Agassiz, ) Testudo berlandieri Boulenger, Xerobates berlandieri Agassiz, Homonyms Gopherus berlandieri (Agassiz, ) Common names Berlandier's Tortoise in English Galápago tamaulipeco in Spanish Texas (Gopher)Tortoise in English Texas Tortoise in.
Gopherus berlandieri from Zapata Co.,Tx. Photo by Tom Lott: Distribution: In our region, this species occurs only in south Texas. Legal Status: The state of Texas lists Gopherus berlandieri as a Threatened Species.
Geographic range. berlandieri is found from southern Texas southward into the Mexican states of Coahuila, Nuevo León, and Tamaulipas. Etymology. The specific epithet, berlandieri, is in honor of naturalist Jean Louis Berlandier, who worked for the Mexican government on one of the first biological surveys of Texas.
As such, some sources refer to it as Berlandier's tortoise. Gopherus berlandieri (Agassiz) Texas tortoise Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles. AUFFENBERG, WALTER, AND RICHARD FRANZ. Gopherus berlandieri • DESCRIPTIONS. True (), Pope (), Bogert and Oliver (), Carr (), and Ernst and Barbour () provide general descriptions.
Skeletal characters are discussed by Williams. berlandieri in southeastern Texas. Bulletin of the The result is a book that belongs in the library of every herpetologist. Contributors Gustavo Aguirre L.
Linda J. Allison Matthew J. Aresco. Conservation status of the Texas tortoise gopherus berlandieri / Related Titles. Series: Occasional papers / the Museum, Texas Tech University, no.
Judd, Frank W. Rose, Francis L. Texas Tech University. Museum. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Gopherus is a genus of fossorial tortoises commonly referred to as gopher gopher tortoise is grouped with land tortoises that originated 60 million years ago, in North America.
A genetic study has shown that their closest relatives are in the Asian genus Manouria. The gopher tortoises live in the southern United States from California's Mojave Desert across to Florida, and in. Gopherus berlandieri is the smallest tortoise species in North America. Adult G. berlandieri reach 23 cm (9 in) total length.
General Distribution: In North America, Gopherus berlandieri is restricted to southern tip of Texas and northern Mexico (Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, Tamaulipas, and San Luis Potosi.
These notes continue to aid scholars and are among the oldest and most complete records of this variety for southeastern Texas/northeastern Mexico. Please see the finding aid for Record Unit Jean Louis Berlandier Papers,and related papers tospecifically the listing for Boxes 1–11, for further details.
Number of Pages: 2. (Kb) Date Conservation status of the Texas tortoise gopherus berlandieri / By. Judd, Frank W. Rose, Francis L. Texas Tech University. We compared the distribution of 19 categories of behavior exhibited by 47 adult Texas tortoises (Gopherus berlandieri) over 3 years with the use of detrended correspondence analysis (DCA) and canonical correspondence analysis (CCA).DCA revealed .Shown here is Gopherus berlandieri, or Texas tortoise.
This protected species is the subject of a webpage from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (link below). The images shown on this page, used by permission, appear in Carl H. Ernst and Roger W. Barbour, Turtles of the United States, The University Press of Kentucky, Gopherus berlandieri in southeastern Texas.
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