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Liste wissenschaftlicher Publikationen zur Gattung Crotalus
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  • [PDF] ASHTON , K.G. & A. DE QUEIROZ (2001). Molecular Systematics of the Western Rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis (Viperidae), with Comments on the Utility of the D-Loop in Phylogenetic Studies of Snakes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 21(2):176-189
  • [PDF] AVILA-VILLegas , H., M. MARTINS & G. ARNAUD (2007). Feeding Ecology of the Endemic Rattlesnake, Crotalus catalinensis, of Santa Catalina Island, Gulf of California, Mexico. Copeia 2007, (1):80-84.
  • [PDF] CAMPBELL , J.A. & O. FLORES-VILLELA (2008). A new long-tailed rattlesnake (Viperidae) from Guerrero, Mexico. Herpetologica, 64(2):246-257
  • [PDF] CARDWELL , M.D. (2008). The reproductive ecology of Mojave rattlesnakes. Journal of Zoology 274 (2008):65-76.
  • [PDF] CLARK , R.W. (2006). Post-strike Behavior of Timber Rattlesnakes (Crotalus horridus) During Natural Predation Events. Ethology, 112:1089-1094.
  • [PDF] CLARK , R.W. (2004). Timber Rattlesnakes (Crotalus horridus) use chemical cues to select ambush sites. Journal of Chemical Ecology, 30(3):607-617.
  • [PDF] COBB , V.A., J.J. GREEN, T. WORRALL, J. PRUETT & B. GLORIOSO (2005). Initial Den Location Behavior in a litter of Neonate Crotalus horridus (Timber Rattlesnakes). Southeastern Naturalist, 4(4):723-730.
  • [PDF] CROTHER , B.J., J.M. SAVAGE & A.T. HOLYCROSS (2011). Crotalinus catenatus Rafinesque, 1818 (currently Sistrurus catenatus) and Crotalus tergeminus Say in James, 1822 (currently Sistrurus tergeminus; Reptilia, Serpentes): proposed conservation of usage by designation of neotypes for both species. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature, 68(4):271-274
  • [PDF] DOUGLAS , M.E., M.R. DOUGLAS, G.W. SCHUETT, L.W. PORRAS & B.L. THOMASON (2007). Genealogical Concordance between Mitochondrial and Nuclear DNAs Supports Species Recognition of the Pamamint Rattlesnake (Crotalus mitchellii stephensis): Copeia 2007, (4):920-932.
  • [PDF] DUVALL , D., D. CHISZAR, W.K. HAYES, J.K. LEONHARDT & M.J. GODDE (1990). Chemical and behavioral ecology of foraging in Prairie Rattlesnakes (Crotalus viridis viridis). Journal of Chemical Ecology, 16(1):87-101
  • [PDF] GLAUDAS , X., T. JEZKOVA & J. RODRIGUEZ-ROBLES (2008). Feeding ecology of the Great Basin Rattlesnake (Crotalus lutosus, Viperidae). Can. J. Zool., 86:723-734
  • [PDF] HOLYCROSS , A.T., T.G. ANTON, M.E. DOUGLAS & D.A. FROST (2008). The Type Localities of Sistrurus catenatus and Crotalus viridis (Serpentes: Viperidae), with the Unraveling of a Most Unfortunate Tangle of Names. Copeia 2008, (2):421-424.
  • [PDF] HOSS , S.K. (2007). Spatial Ecology of the Eastern Diamond-Backed Rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus). Auburne University, Alabama (Master Thesis)
  • [PDF] KARDONG , K.V. & T.L. SMITH (?). Proximate factors involved in rattlesnake predatory behavior: a review. School of Bilogical Sciences, Washinton State University, Biology of the Vipers, Chapter 16:253-266
  • [PDF] MACKESSY , S.P. (1988). Venom Ontogeny in the Pacific Rattlesnakes Crotalus viridis helleri and Crotalus viridis oreganus. Copeia 1988, (1):92-101
  • [PDF] MEIKE , J.M., A.M. LAWING & A. PIRES-DaSILVA (2010). Body Size Evolution in Insular Speckled Rattlesnakes (Viperidae: (Crotalus mitchellii). PLoS ONE 5(3): e9524. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0009524
  • [PDF] MOCINO-DELOYA , E., K. SETSER, J.M. PLEGUEZUELOS, A. KARDON & D. LAZCANO (2009). Cannibalism of nonviable offspring by postparturient Mexican lance-headed rattlesnakes, Crotalus polystictus. Animal Behaviour, 77:145-150.
  • [PDF] MOHR , J.R. (2012). Movements of the Timber Rattlesnake (Crotalus horridus) in the South Carolina Mountains. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History, 51(2):269-278
  • [PDF] PRIVAL , D.B., M.J. GOODE, D.E. SWANN, C.P. SCHWALBE & M:J. SCHROFF (2002). Natural History of a Northern Population of Twin Spotted Rattlesnakes, Crotalus pricei. Journal of Herpetology, 36(4):598-607
  • [PDF] REINERT , H.K., L.M. BUSHAR, G.L. ROCCO, M. GOODE & R.A. ODUM (2002). Distribution of the Aruba Island Rattlesnake, Crotalus unicolor, on Aruba, Dutch West Indies. Carribbean Journal of Science, 38(1-2):126-128
  • [PDF] REYES-VELASCO , J., CH. I. GRÜNWALD, J.M. JONES & G.N. WEATHERMAN (2010). Rediscovery of the Rare Autlan Long-Tailed Rattlesnake, Crotalus lannomi. Herpetological Review, 41(1):19-25
  • [PDF] SECOR , S.M. & K.E. NAGY (1994). Bioenergetic correlates of foraging mode for the snakes Crotalus cerstes and Masticophis flagellum. Ecology, 75(6):1600-1614
  • [PDF] SECOR , S.M., B.C. JAYNE & A.F. BENNETT (1992). Locomotion performance and energetic cost of sidewinding by the snake Crotalus cerastes. J. exp. Biol., 163:1-14.
  • [PDF] SEXTON , O.J. & K.R. MARION (1981). Experimental Analysis of Movements by Prairie Rattlesnakes, Crotalus viridis, During Hibernation. Oecologia (Berl.), 51:37-41
  • [PDF] TOZETTI , A.M. & M. MARTINS (2009). Short.term movements of the South American rattlesnake (Crotalus durissus) in southeastern Brazil. Herpetological Journal, 19:201-206.
  • [PDF] TOZETTI , A.M. & M. MARTINS (2008). Habitat use by the South-American rattlesnake (Crotalus durissus) in south-eastern brazil. Journal of Natural History, 42(19-20):1435-1444.
  • [PDF] VANZOLINI , P.E. & M.E.V. CALLEFFO (2002). A taxonomic bibliography of the South American snakes of the Crotalus durissus complex /Serpentes: Viperidae). Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias, 74(1):37-83
  • [PDF] WEBBER , M.M., M. GLAUDAS & J.A. RODRIGUEZ-ROBLES (2912). Do Sidewinder Rattlesnakes ((Crotalus cerastes: Viperidae) Cease Feeding During the Breeding Season? Copeia 2012, 1:100-105
  • [PDF] WESTHOFF , G., M. MORSCH & J. EBERT (2006). Infrared detection in the rattlesnake Crotalus atrox - from behavioural studies to midbrain recordings. Herpetologia Bonnensis, II:225-228
  • [PDF] WÜSTER , W. & R.S. BERNILS (2011). On the generic classification of the rattlesnakes Crotalus durissus complex. Zoologica, 28(4):417-419
  • [PDF] YOUNG , B.A. & A. AGUIAR (2002). Response of western diamondback rattlersnakes Crotalus atrox to airborne sounds. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 205:3087-3092.
  • [PDF] YOSHDA-KANASHIRO , E, L.F. NAVARRETE & A. RODRIGUEZ-ACOSTA (2003). On the unusual hemorraghic and necrotic activities caused by the rattlesnake (Crotalus durissus cumanensis) in a Venezuelan patient. REV CUBANA MED TROP, 55(1):38-40