for Hypsiglena chlorophaea (Desert Nightsnake)

Reports from BC Conservation Data Centre

BC Species Summary

 

BC Conservation Status Report

 
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Reports from National / International Databases

E-Fauna BC: Electronic Atlas of the Wildlife of British Columbia

 

Environment Canada's Species at Risk Website

 

Global Comprehensive Report (NatureServe Explorer)

Recovery and Management Plans

B.C. Ministry of Environment. Recovery Planning in BC. B.C. Minist. Environ. Victoria, BC. Available: http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/wld/recoveryplans/rcvry1.htm

 

Southern Interior Reptile and Amphibian Recovery Team. 2008. Recovery strategy for the Night Snake (Hypsiglena torquata) in British Columbia. Prepared for the B.C. Ministry of Environment, Victoria, BC. 13 pp.

Best Management Practices

Ovaska, K, S. Lennart, C Engelstoft, L. Matthias, E. Wind and J. MacGarvie. 2004. Best Management Practices for Amphibians and Reptiles in Urban and Rural Environments in British Columbia. Ministry of Water Land and Air Protection, Ecosystems Standards and Planning, Biodiversity Branch

Conservation Framework

Conservation Framework Website

 

Conservation Framework Report

Other Related References

Collins, J.T. 1997. Standard common and current scientific names for North American amphibians and reptiles. Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. Herpetol. Circular No. 25.

 

Diller, L.V., and R.L. Wallace. 1986. Aspects of the life history and ecology of the desert night snake, Hypsiglena torquata deserticola: Colubridae, in southwestern Idaho. Southwest. Nat. 31(1):55-64.

 

Goldberg, S.R. 2001. Reproduction in the Night Snake, Hypsiglena torquata (Serpentes: Colubridae), from Arizona. Texas J. Sci. 53(2): 107-114.

 

Gregory, L. 2005. COSEWIC status report on the night snake Hypsiglena torquata in Canada. in COSEWIC assessment and status report on the night snake Hypsiglena torquata in Canada. Comm. on the Status of Endangered Wildl. in Can.. Ottawa. 25pp. In press.

 

Gregory, P.T., and R.W. Campbell. 1984. The Reptiles of British Columbia. Royal B.C. Mus. Handb. 102pp.

 

Lacey, H., C.H. Shewchuck, P.T. Gregory, M.J. Sarell, and L.P. Gregory. 1996. The occurrence of the Night Snake, Hypsiglena torquata, in British Columbia, with comments on its bodysize and diet. Can. Field-Nat. 110:620-625.

 

Orchard, S.A. 1988. Species Notes for Reptiles. Vol. 3 in A.P. Harcombe, tech. ed. 1988. B.C. Minist. Environ., Lands and Parks, Wildl. Branch. 44pp.

 

Sarell, M. 2005b. Unpublished georeferenced observations of the Desert Night Snake (Hypsiglena torquata deserticola) in British Columbia. Excel 2000 database.

 

Sarell, M. 2005c. In Progress. Night Snake (Hypsiglena torquata) in Standards for Managing Identified Wildlife: Accounts, Volume 3. Biodiversity Branch, B.C. Minist. Water, Land, and Air Prot., Victoria.

 

St. John, A. 2002. Reptiles of the northwest: British Columbia to California. Lone Pine Publishing, Washington, USA.

 

The Reptiles of British Columbia: Night Snake, Hypsiglena torquata deserticola. 2004. Univ. Coll of the Cariboo, and B.C. Minist. Water, Land and Air Prot. Online. Available: http://www.bcreptiles.ca/snakes/night.htm

 

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