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Publications


Introduction

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Notes

  1. This presentation was created for and presented at the Twentieth Annual Meeting of the Missouri Herpetological Association at Bull Shoals Field Station in Taney County, Missouri. It differs somewhat from the presentation with a similar name (below) that was delivered to the Kansas Herpetological Society in 2006.
  2. This presentation was created for and presented at the "Symposium on the Peripheral Distribution of the Kansas Herpetofauna" at the Thirty-Third Annual Meeting of the Kansas Herpetological Society at Fort Hays State University in Hays, Kansas. It differs somewhat from the presentation with a similar name (above) that was delivered to the Missouri Herpetological Association in 2007.
  3. This presentation was created for and presented at the Fifteenth Annual Meeting of the Missouri Herpetological Association. The same presentation was delivered again at the Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Kansas Herpetological Society at Emporia State University in Emporia, Kansas.
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