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  • Tantilla gracilis (Flat-headed Snake)
    Hills 2 Lawrence Same Level IV ecoregion within 5 miles Springfield Plateau 2 Polk Same Level IV ecoregion within 5 miles Osage Gasconade Hills 2 Saint Charles Same Level IV ecoregion within 5 miles River Hills 2 Sainte Genevieve Same Level IV ecoregion within 5 miles River Hills 2 Sainte Genevieve Same Level IV ecoregion within 5 miles Eastern Ozark Border 2 Saint Francois Same Level IV ecoregion within 5 miles Saint Francois Knobs and Basins 2 Saint Francois Same Level IV ecoregion within 5 miles Eastern Ozark Border 2 Saint Francois Same Level IV ecoregion within 5 miles Meramec River Hills 3 Clay Same Level III ecoregion within 5 miles Western Corn Belt Plains 3 Platte Same Level III ecoregion within 5 miles Western Corn Belt Plains 4 Callaway Same Level IV ecoregion within 10 miles River Hills 4 Howell Same Level IV ecoregion within 10 miles White River Hills 4 Webster Same Level IV ecoregion within 10 miles Central Plateau 6 Audrain Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles River Hills 6 Barton Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles Springfield Plateau 6 Bollinger Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles Saint Francois Knobs and Basins 6 Lincoln Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles River Hills 6 Pettis Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles Cherokee Plains 6 Pike Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles River Hills 6 Ripley Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles Central Plateau 6 Ripley Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles Current River Hills 7 Johnson Same Level III ecoregion within 20 miles Central Irregular Plains 7 Perry Same Level III ecoregion within 20 miles Ozark Highlands 8 Butler Same Level IV ecoregion within 30 miles Current River Hills 8 Lafayette Same Level IV ecoregion within 30 miles Rolling Loess

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  • Tantilla gracilis (Flat-headed Snake)
    headed Snake All Maps Collection Summary Potential Counties Classification Linnaean Classification Kingdom Animalia Animals Phylum Chordata Chordates Subphylum Vertebrata Vertebrates Class Reptilia Laurenti 1768 Reptiles Order Squamata Oppel 1811 Lizards and Snakes Suborder Serpentes Linnaeus 1758 Snakes Family Colubridae Oppel 1811 Typical Harmless Snakes Genus Tantilla Baird and Girard 1853 Black headed Crowned and Flat headed Snakes Species Tantilla gracilis Baird and Girard 1853 Flat headed Snake Recent Taxonomic Synonyms

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  • Colubridae (Typical Harmless Snakes)
    Snakes Diadophis punctatus Linnaeus 1766 Ring necked Snake Farancia Gray 1842 Mudsnakes and Rainbow Snakes Farancia abacura Holbrook 1836 Western Mudsnake Heterodon Latreille 1801 North American Hog nosed Snakes Heterodon gloydi Edgren 1952 Dusty Hog nosed Snake Heterodon nasicus Baird and Girard 1852 Plains Hog nosed Snake Heterodon platirhinos Latreille 1801 Eastern Hog nosed Snake Lampropeltis Fitzinger 1843 Kingsnakes Lampropeltis calligaster Harlan 1827 Prairie Kingsnake Lampropeltis holbrooki Stejneger 1903 Speckled Kingsnake Lampropeltis triangulum Lacépède 1789 Red Milksnake Nerodia Baird and Girard 1853 North American Watersnakes Nerodia cyclopion Duméril Bibron and Dumeril 1854 Mississippi Green Watersnake Nerodia erythrogaster Forster 1771 Plain bellied Watersnake Nerodia fasciata Linnaeus 1766 Broad banded Watersnake Nerodia rhombifer Hallowell 1852 Diamond backed Water Snake Nerodia sipedon Linnaeus 1758 Common Watersnake Opheodrys Fitzinger 1843 Greensnakes Opheodrys aestivus Linnaeus 1766 Northern Rough Greensnake Opheodrys vernalis Harlan 1827 Smooth Greensnake Pantherophis Fitzinger 1843 North American Ratsnakes Pantherophis emoryi Baird and Girard 1853 Great Plains Ratsnake Pantherophis obsoletus Say 1823 Western Ratsnake Pantherophis ramspotti Crother White Savage Eckstut Graham and Gardner 2011 Western Foxsnake Pantherophis vulpinus Baird and Girard 1853 Eastern Foxsnake Pituophis Holbrook 1842 Bullsnakes Pinesnakes and Gopher Snakes Pituophis catenifer Blainville 1835 Bullsnake Regina Baird and Girard 1853 Crayfish Snakes Regina grahamii Baird and Girard 1853 Graham s Crayfish Snake Sonora Baird and Girard 1853 North American Groundsnakes Sonora semiannulata Baird and Girard 1853 Variable Groundsnake Storeria Baird and Girard 1853 North American Brownsnakes Storeria dekayi Holbrook 1836 DeKay s Brownsnake Storeria occipitomaculata Storer 1839 Northern Red bellied Snake Tantilla Baird and Girard 1853 Black headed Crowned and Flat headed Snakes Tantilla gracilis Baird and Girard 1853 Flat headed Snake Thamnophis Fitzinger 1843 North American Gartersnakes Thamnophis proximus Say 1823 Orange striped Ribbonsnake Thamnophis radix Baird and Girard 1853 Plains Gartersnake Thamnophis sirtalis Linnaeus 1758 Common Gartersnake Tropidoclonion Cope

    Original URL path: http://atlas.moherp.org/taxon/?Colubridae (2016-02-01)
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  • Tantilla (Black-headed, Crowned, and Flat-headed Snakes)
    and Flat headed Snakes Missouri Tantilla Black headed Crowned and Flat headed Snakes Tantilla gracilis Baird and Girard 1853 Flat headed Snake Linnaean Classification Kingdom Animalia Animals Phylum Chordata Chordates Subphylum Vertebrata Vertebrates Class Reptilia Laurenti 1768 Reptiles Order Squamata Oppel 1811 Lizards and Snakes Suborder Serpentes Linnaeus 1758 Snakes Family Colubridae Oppel 1811 Typical Harmless Snakes Genus Tantilla Baird and Girard 1853 Black headed Crowned and Flat headed Snakes

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  • Plestiodon obsoletus (Great Plains Skink)
    total of 17 collections representing 7 counties and 10 localities There are a total of 6 collectors and 11 collection dates for the species This results in a total of 11 expeditions for the species a measure of unique date collector s combinations The earliest collection year for the species in Missouri is 1940 and its most recent collection year is 2011 The earliest and latest collection dates independent of earliest and most recent collection years are April 23 and September 13 respectively If you have a new record to report read the New Records section of the FAQ Collection Summary by County Collection summary for Plestiodon obsoletus Great Plains Skink by county Some values are unavailable since some records are represented solely by historical literature reports which sometimes lack complete collecting data Click on a county name to view more information about that county Click on column headings to sort by that column County Localities Collections Collectors Dates Expeditions Earliest Year Latest Year Atchison 1 1 1 1 1 1967 1967 Barry 2 2 3 2 2 1991 1992 Buchanan 1 1 1 1 1 2011 2011 Cass 2 5 1 3 3 1941 1941 Jackson 1 5 1

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  • Plestiodon obsoletus (Great Plains Skink)
    2 Clay Same Level IV ecoregion within 5 miles Missouri Alluvial Plain 2 Jasper Same Level IV ecoregion within 5 miles Springfield Plateau 2 Platte Same Level IV ecoregion within 5 miles Missouri Alluvial Plain 4 Andrew Same Level IV ecoregion within 10 miles Rolling Loess Prairies 4 Bates Same Level IV ecoregion within 10 miles Wooded Osage Plains 4 Stone Same Level IV ecoregion within 10 miles White River Hills 6 Barton Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles Cherokee Plains 6 Clinton Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles Rolling Loess Prairies 6 De Kalb Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles Rolling Loess Prairies 6 Holt Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles Rolling Loess Prairies 6 McDonald Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles Springfield Plateau 6 Ray Same Level IV ecoregion within 20 miles Missouri Alluvial Plain 8 Cedar Same Level IV ecoregion within 30 miles Cherokee Plains 8 Christian Same Level IV ecoregion within 30 miles White River Hills 8 Henry Same Level IV ecoregion within 30 miles Wooded Osage Plains 8 Johnson Same Level IV ecoregion within 30 miles Wooded Osage Plains 8 Lafayette Same Level IV ecoregion within 30 miles Missouri Alluvial

    Original URL path: http://atlas.moherp.org/taxon/?Plestiodon_obsoletus&potential (2016-02-01)
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  • Plestiodon obsoletus (Great Plains Skink)
    Girard 1852 Great Plains Skink All Maps Collection Summary Potential Counties Classification Linnaean Classification Kingdom Animalia Animals Phylum Chordata Chordates Subphylum Vertebrata Vertebrates Class Reptilia Laurenti 1768 Reptiles Order Squamata Oppel 1811 Lizards and Snakes Suborder Lacertilia Oppel 1811 Lizards Family Scincidae Gray 1825 Skinks Genus Plestiodon Duméril and Bibron 1839 Toothy Skinks Species Plestiodon obsoletus Baird and Girard 1852 Great Plains Skink Recent Taxonomic Synonyms Eumeces obsoletus Copyright 1997

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  • Scincidae (Skinks)
    Southern Coal Skink Plestiodon fasciatus Linnaeus 1758 Common Five lined Skink Plestiodon laticeps Schneider 1801 Broad headed Skink Plestiodon obsoletus Baird and Girard 1852 Great Plains Skink Plestiodon septentrionalis Baird 1859 Prairie Skink Scincella Mittleman 1950 Ground Skinks Scincella lateralis Say in James 1823 Little Brown Skink Linnaean Classification Kingdom Animalia Animals Phylum Chordata Chordates Subphylum Vertebrata Vertebrates Class Reptilia Laurenti 1768 Reptiles Order Squamata Oppel 1811 Lizards and Snakes

    Original URL path: http://atlas.moherp.org/taxon/?Scincidae (2016-02-01)
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