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1 33 Adeyeye, O. A. 1982. Field studies on Ornithodoros turicata duges in the gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus Daudin) habitat in north central Florida. M.S. Thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 109pp.
2 34 Adeyeye, O. A., and J. F. Butler. 1989. Population structure and seasonal intra-burrow movement of Ornithodoros turicata (Acari: Argasidae) in gopher tortoise burrows. Journal of Medical Entomology 26:279–283.
3 35 Adeyeye, O. A., and J. F. Butler. 1991. Field evaluation of carbon dioxide baits for sampling Ornithodoros turicata (Acari: Argasidae) in gopher tortoise burrow. Journal of Medical Entomology 28:45–48.
4 41 Alberson, H. C. 1953. "Cracker chicken" hunt. Florida Wildlife 7(3):26–27, 31.
5 7132 Alexy, K. J., K. J. Brunjes, J. W. Gassett, and K. V. Miller. 2003. Continuous remote monitoring of gopher tortoise burrow use. Wildlife Society Bulletin 31:12407–1243.
6 81 Allen, E. R. 1952. The gopher tortoise and the value of toads. Reprint from All-Pets Magazine, Chicago, Illinois, USA. 3pp.
7 89 Allen, E. R., and M. P. Merryday. 1940. A snake in the hand—is worth two in the grass for medical research, and the job of capturing and keeping them sheds interesting sidelights on their habits and peculiarities. Natural History 46:234–239.
8 102 Allen, E. R., and W. T. Neill. 1951. The gopher. Florida Wildlife 5(7):10, 32.
9 146 Allen, P. E. 1963. Never drop your guard. Outdoor Life 131(2):17–19, 124, 126, 128, 130.
10 148 Allen, P. E. 1976. I've caught 900 deadly snakes. Outdoor Life 157(5):76–77, 180, 182, 184.
11 150 Allen, R. 1961. How to hunt the eastern diamondback rattlesnake. Publication of Ross Allen's Reptile Institute, Silver Springs, Florida, USA. 20pp.
12 10302 Andreadis, P. T., I. A. Bartoszek, C. Prokop-Evans, K. A. Hart, and R. N. Reed. 2015. Burmese pythons really like burrows. Pages 6–7 (abstract) in The 38th Annual Herpetology Conference, 27–28 March 2015, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
13 352 Anonymous. 1987. Development threatening future of Florida mouse. Tortoise Burrow, Bulletin of the Gopher Tortoise Council 7(22):4.
14 395 Anonymous. 1990. Ninja turtles. Florida Department of Natural Resources, Office of Land Use Planning and Biological Services, Resource Management Notes 2(3):3.
15 406 Anonymous. 1991. Dead tortoise mystery. Florida Department of Natural Resources, Office of Land Use Planning and Biological Services, Resource Management Notes 3(1):5.
16 408 Anonymous. 1991. Dogs dig tortoises. Florida Department of Natural Resources, Office of Land Use Planning and Biological Services, Resource Management Notes 3(2):4.
17 624 Ashton Biodiversity Research & Preservation Institute, Inc. 2000. Gopher tortoises and their ticks do not have or spread heartwater disease. Tortoise Burrow, Bulletin of the Gopher Tortoise Council 20(2):9.
18 7316 Ashton, R. E., and P. S. Ashton. 2002. Gopher tortoise management in yards, small ranches, farms & mitigation parks. Gopher Tortoise Conservation Initiative, Ashton Biodiversity Research & Preservation Institute, Newberry, Florida, USA. 14pp.
19 9045 Ashton, R. E., and P. S. Ashton. 2008. The natural history and management of the gopher tortoise Gopherus polyphemus (Daudin). Krieger, Malabar, Florida, USA. 275pp.
20 622 Ashton, R. E., Jr., and E. L. Mosura. 1991. Florida burrowing owl (Athene cunicularia floridana) usage of gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) burrows. Florida Scientist 54(Supplement 1):25 (abstract).
21 6946 Ashton, R. E., Jr., and P. S. Ashton. 2004. The gopher tortoise: a life history. Pineapple Press, Sarasota, Florida, USA. 72pp.
22 623 Ashton, R. E., Jr., E. L. Mosura, and P. S. Ashton. 1994. Relationship between Florida burrowing owls, Athene cunicularia, and gopher tortoise, Gopherus polyphemus: how these relationships are leading to new, multi-species approaches to the development and management of mitigation preserves. Abstract in a symposium on the status and conservation of Florida turtles, 2–3 April 1994, Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA.
23 662 Auffenberg, W. 1986. Shelter use in gopher tortoises. Gainesville Herpetological Society Newsletter 2(3):10–14.
24 9151 Avery, M. L., E. A. Tillman, and K. L. Krysko. 2009. Gopherus polyphemus (gopher tortoise), Ctenosaura similis (Gray's spiny-tailed iguana). Predation. Herpetological Review 40:435.
25 9954 Bari, A., J. L. McGuire, and E. Frazier. 2012. Distribution of the gopher tortoise tick (Amblyomma tuberculatum) in southeastern Florida. Pages 17–18 (abstract) in Abstract submissions for the 34th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, Bainbridge, Georgia, USA.
26 791 Bartlett, D. 1996. Gopherus tortoises of the east, central, west, and south. Reptiles Magazine 4(6):48–53, 56–58, 60–67.
27 10455 Bartoszek, I. A., P. T. Andreadis, C. Prokop-Ervin, G. Curry, and R. N. Reed. 2018. Python bivittatus (Burmese python) and Gopherus polyphemus (gopher tortoise). Habitat use, breeding aggregation, and interspecific interaction. Herpetological Review 49:353−354.
28 8605 Basiotis, K. A. 2007. The effects of invasive cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica) on the threatened gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus). M.S. Thesis, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, USA. 40pp.
29 7410 Basiotis, K. A., H. R. Mushinsky, and E. D .McCoy. 2005. Do gopher tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) consume exotic cogongrass (Imperata cylindrica)? Results of a feeding experiment. Abstract in Joint Meeting of the 21st Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, 85th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 63rd Annual Meeting of the Herpetologists' League, and the 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles; 6–11 July 2005, Tampa, Florida, USA.
30 6507 Bent, A. C. 1961. Life histories of North American birds of prey, Part 2. Dover Publications, New York, New York, USA. 482pp.
31 6516 Blair, W. F., and J. D. Kilby. 1936. The gopher mouse–Peromyscus floridanus. Journal of Mammalogy 17:421–422.
32 1035 Blatchley, W. S. 1902. A nature wooing at Ormond by the Sea. Nature Publishing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. 245pp.
33 1036 Blatchley, W. S. 1931. My nature nook or notes on the natural history of the vicinity of Dunedin, Florida. Nature Publishing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. 302pp.
34 1042 Blihovde, W. B. 1999. Love thy neighbor: gopher frog (Rana capito) site fidelity at gopher tortoise burrows. Abstract in G. L. Heinrich and P. A. Meylan, coordinators. A Second Symposium on the Status and Conservation of Florida Turtles and the 1999 Annual Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Council, 8–11 October 1999, Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA.
35 1043 Blihovde, W. B. 2000. Gopher frog (Rana capito) site fidelity at gopher tortoise burrows. Tortoise Burrow, Bulletin of the Gopher Tortoise Council 20(1):4 (abstract).
36 1045 Blihovde, W. B. 2000. Terrestrial behavior of the Florida gopher frog (Rana capito aesopus). M.S. Thesis, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida, USA. 85pp.
37 8042 Blihovde, W. B. 2006. Terrestrial movement and upland habitat use of gopher frogs in Central Florida. Southeastern Naturalist 5:265–276.
38 9078 Bolt, M. R., and S. K. Weiss. 2009. Den site selection of radio-tagged eastern indigo snakes in east central Florida, and implications for habitat and management. Abstract in 31st Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 2–3 October 2009, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
39 1139 Brandt, L. A., K. L. Montgomery, A. W. Saunders, and F. J. Mazzotti. 1993. Gopherus polyphemus (gopher tortoise). Burrows. Herpetological Review 24:149.
40 1147 Breininger, D. R., M. J. Barkaszi, R. B. Smith, D. M. Oddy, and J. A. Provancha. 1994. Endangered and potentially endangered wildlife on John F. Kennedy Space Center and faunal integrity as a goal for maintaining biological diversity. NASA Technical Memorandum 109204, Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA. 451pp.
41 7520 Brown, M., L. Wendland, C. Perez-Heydrich, P. Klein, M. Allen, J. Berish, and M. Oli. 2005. URDT and the environmentally-threatened gopher tortoise: statewide population surveys and acute URTD disease outbreak. Pages 6–7 (abstract) in 30th Annual Meeting and Symposium of the Desert Tortoise Council, 18–20 February 2004, Tucson, Arizona, USA.
42 1217 Bullington, S. W., and A. F. Beck. 1991. A new species of Machimus Loew (Diptera: Asilidae) from burrows of Gopherus polyphemus (Testudines: Testudinidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 84:590–595.
43 1230 Burke, R. L. 1992. Multiple occupancy. Natural History 101(6):8–13.
44 9476 Burridge, M. J. 2011. Non-native and invasive ticks: threats to human and animal health in the United States. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 292pp.
45 1259 Butler, J. 1993. The fate of Hatchling Number 116. Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Office of Resource Management, Resource Management Notes 5(4):5.
46 1260 Butler, J. 1993. The fate of Hatchling Number 116. Tortoise Burrow, Bulletin of The Gopher Tortoise Council 13(2):6.
47 1271 Butler, J. A., and S. Sowell. 1995. Survivorship and predation of hatchling and yearling gopher tortoises. Page 27 (abstract) in Proceedings of the 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, 8–13 August 1995, Appalachian State University, Boone, North Carolina, USA.
48 1272 Butler, J. A., and S. Sowell. 1996. Survivorship and predation of hatchling and yearling gopher tortoises, Gopherus polyphemus. Journal of Herpetology 30:455–458.
49 1408 Carr, A. F., Jr. 1940. A contribution to the herpetology of Florida. University of Florida Publications, Biological Sciences 3:1–118.
50 10205 Catano, C. P., and I. J. Stout. 2011. The influence of Gopher [sic] polyphemus on non-avian vertebrate diversity in sandhill habitat. Abstract in 33rd Annual Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Council, 14–16 October 2011, Orlando, Florida, USA.
51 1633 Cox, J., D. Inkley, and R. Kautz. 1987. Ecology and habitat protection needs of gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) populations found on lands slated for large-scale development in Florida. Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Nongame Wildlife Program Technical Report No. 4. 75pp.
52 1691 Cutts, W. 1992. Gopher tortoise reproduction Caladesi Island. Florida Department of Natural Resources, Office of Land Use Planning and Biological Services, Resource Management Notes 4(1):3.
53 1722 Davis, D. R., and E. G. Milstrey. 1988. Description of biology of Acrolophus pholeter, (Lepidoptera: Tineidae), a new moth commensal from gopher tortoise burrows in Florida. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 90:164–178.
54 1744 Deckert, R. F. 1914. Further notes on the Salientia of Jacksonville, Florida. Copeia 1914(5):2–4.
55 1749 Deckert, R. F. 1918. A list of reptiles from Jacksonville, Florida. Copeia 1918:30–33.
56 9890 Degroote, L. W., H. K. Ober, C. M. McDonough, and R. F. Mizell, III. 2013. An evaluation of the nine-banded armadillo as predators of gopher tortoise and northern bobwhite quail nests in Florida. American Midland Naturalist 169:74–85.
57 8076 Deyrup, M., and N. Deyrup. 2002. The caterpillar that recycles tortoises. The Tortoise Burrow, Newsletter of the Gopher Tortoise Council 22(1):1–2.
58 8082 Deyrup, M., and N. E. Deyrup. 1999. The caterpillar that recycles tortoises. Wings: Essays on Invertebrate Conservation 22(1):?
59 7769 Deyrup, M., N. D. Deyrup, M. Eisner, and T. Eisner. 2005. A caterpillar that eats tortoise shells. American Entomologist 51:245–248.
60 1823 Diemer, J. E. 1989. Gopherus polyphemus gopher tortoise. Pages 14–16 in I. R. Swingland and M. W. Klemens, editors. The conservation biology of tortoises. Occasional Papers of the IUCN Survival Committee No. 5.
61 1833 Diemer, J. E., and C. T. Moore. 1994. Reproduction of gopher tortoises in north-central Florida. Pages 129–137 in R. B. Bury and D. J. Germano, editors. Biology of North American tortoises. U.S. Department Interior National Biological Survey, Fish and Wildlife Research 13, Washington, D.C.
62 8303 Dodd, C. K., Jr., and W. J. Barichivich. 2007. Movements of large snakes (Drymarchon, Masticophis) in north-central Florida. Florida Scientist 70:83–94.
63 2026 Dodd, C. K., Jr., R. E. Ashton, Jr., R. Franz, and E. Wester, editors. 1990. Burrow associates of the gopher tortoise. Proceedings of the 8th Annual Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Council, Florida Museum of Natural History, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 134pp.
64 2083 Douglass, J. F., and C. E. Winegarner. 1977. Predators of eggs and young of the gopher tortoise, Gopherus polyphemus (Reptilia, Testudines, Testudinidae) in southern Florida. Journal of Herpetology 11:236–238.
65 2210 Eisenberg, J. 1983. The gopher tortoise as a keystone species. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Council 4:1–4.
66 2251 Enge, K. M. 1997. Habitat occurrence of Florida's native amphibians and reptiles. Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Technical Report No. 13, Tallahassee, Florida, USA. 44pp.
67 8191 Enge, K. M., B. W. Kaiser, and R. B. Dickerson. 2006. Another large exotic lizard in Florida, the Argentine black and white tegu. Abstract in Proceedings of the 28th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 26–29 October 2006, Valdosta, Georgia, USA.
68 8972 Engeman, R. M., B. U. Constantin, M. L. Christie, and P. T. Hall. 2009. Ctenosaura similis (black spiny-tailed iguana). Gopherus polyphemus (gopher tortoise) concurrent burrow use. Herpetological Review 40:84.
69 7793 Engeman, R. M., H. T. Smith, and J. Woolard. 2006. Gopherus polyphemus (gopher tortoise). Coyote predation. Herpetological Review 37:78–79.
70 2277 Epperson, D. M., and L. D. Wendland. 1997. Gopherus polyphemus (gopher tortoise). Nesting. Herpetological Review 28:87.
71 2360 Fisher, G. C. 1917. "Gopher pulling" in Florida. American Museum Journal 17:291–293.
72 2365 Fitzpatrick, J. W., and G. E. Woolfenden. 1978. Red-tailed hawk preys on juvenile gopher tortoises. Florida Field Naturalist 6:49.
73 2421 Floyd, J. 1960. Wanted dead or alive. Florida Wildlife 13(12):22–25, 40–41.
74 2441 Folkerts, G. W. 1980. The gopher tortoise: why even bother. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Council 7:1–7.
75 2455 Forys, E. A., C. R. Allen, D. M. Epperson, and D. P. Wojcik. 1999. Potential impacts from red imported fire ants on turtles. Abstract in G. L. Heinrich and P. A. Meylan, coordinators. A Second Symposium on the Status and Conservation of Florida Turtles and the 1999 Annual Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Council, 8–11 October 1999, Eckerd College, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA.
76 2454 Forys, E., C. R. Allen, D. M. Epperson, and D. P. Wojcik. 2000. Potential impacts from red imported fire ants on turtles. Tortoise Burrow, Bulletin of the Gopher Tortoise Council 20(1):3–4 (abstract).
77 2471 Frank, P. A., and K. R. Lips. 1989. Gopher tortoise burrow use by long-tailed weasels and spotted skunks. Florida Field Naturalist 17:20–22.
78 2483 Franz, R. 1986. The Florida gopher frog and the Florida pine snake as burrow associates of the gopher tortoise in northern Florida. Pages 16–20 in Proceedings of the 5th Annual Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Council, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
79 7295 Franz, R. D. 2005. Up close and personal: a glimpse into the life of the Florida pine snake in a North Florida sand hill. Pages 120–131 in W. E. Meshaka, Jr., and K. J. Babbitt, editors. Amphibians and reptiles: status and conservation in Florida. Krieger, Malabar, Florida, USA.
80 2504 Franz, R., and D. Tonnessen. 1983. The slow and steady decline of the gopher tortoise. Tortoise Burrow, Bulletin of the Gopher Tortoise Council 3(8):3–4.
81 2539 Fuller, J. [as told to B. East]. 1972. Don't break your tushes on me, snake. Outdoor Life 149(4):88–91, 104, 106, 108.
82 2579 Gassett, J. W., K. L. Johannsen, K. A. Dasher, and K. V. Miller. 1998. Remote monitoring of herpetofauna in armadillo and gopher tortoise burrows in the Florida Panhandle. Page 25 (abstract) in R. A. Moranz, J. L. Hardesty, and K. Maute, compilers. Research report, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, 1998: a compilation of inventory, monitoring and research conducted in support of ecosystem management. The Nature Conservancy, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
83 10322 Graham, S. P., D. A. Steen, and D. Printiss. 2015. Gopherus polyphemus (gopher tortoise). Burrow associate. Herpetological Review 46:244.
84 2826 Hallinan, T. 1923. Observations made in Duval County, northern Florida, on the gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus). Copeia 1923:11–20.
85 9127 Hardin, S. 2007. Managing non-native wildlife in Florida: state perspective, policy and practice. Pages 43–52 in G. W. Wilmer, W. C. Pitt, and K. A. Fagerstone, editors. Managing vertebrate invasive species: proceedings of an international symposium. USDA/APHIS/WS, National Wildlife Research Center, Fort Collins, Colorado, USA.
86 2895 Hartman, D. 1984. Gopher tortoise has had few friends until now. Tortoise Burrow, Bulletin of the Gopher Tortoise Council 4(11):4–6.
87 2923 Hawkins, R. 1993. Gopher tortoise restocking—research needs. Tortoise Burrow, Bulletin of The Gopher Tortoise Council 13(3):8–9.
88 2964 Heinrich, G., and D. E. Richardson. 1993. Apalone ferox (Florida softshell). Reproduction. Herpetological Review 24:31.
89 2963 Heinrich, G., L. A. MacDonald, and J. D. McMurtray. 1995. Gopherus polyphemus (gopher tortoise). Burrow associate. Herpetological Review 26:204.
90 3005 Hermann, E. 1983. Survival of the gopher tortoise: who cares anyway? Tortoise Burrow, Bulletin of the Gopher Tortoise Council 3(8):1–3.
91 3006 Hermann, S. M., and R. J. Burke. 1989. Impact of gopher tortoise burrows on native vegetation. Page 98 (abstract) in Proceedings of the 69th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists and the 5th Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, 17–23 June 1989, San Francisco State University and California Academy of Science, San Francisco, California, USA.
92 3020 Hicklin, J. R. 1994. The effects of Brazilian pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius) on gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) habitat utilization. Florida Scientist 57(Supplement 1):26 (abstract).
93 3021 Hicklin, J. R. 1994. The effects of Brazilian pepper (Schinus terebinthifolius) on gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) habitat utilization. M.S. Thesis, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, Florida, USA. 41pp.
94 3066 Hipes, D. L., and D. R. Jackson. 1996. Rare vertebrate fauna of Camp Blanding Training Site, a potential landscape linkage in northeastern Florida. Florida Scientist 59:96–114.
95 3073 Hirth, H. F. 1980. Chelonia mydas (Linnaeus). Green turtle. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles 249.1–4.
96 3148 Hubbard, H. G. 1893. The Florida land tortoise-gopher, Gopherus polyphemus. Science 22:57–58.
97 3149 Hubbard, H. G. 1894. The insect guests of the Florida land tortoise. Insect Life 6:302–315.
98 3150 Hubbard, H. G. 1896. Additional notes on the insect guests of the Florida land tortoise. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 3:299–302.
99 3160 Humphrey, S. R., J. F. Eisenberg, and R. L. Franz. 1985. Possibilities for restoring wildlife of a longleaf pine savanna in an abandoned citrus grove. Wildlife Society Bulletin 13:487–496.
100 3173 Hutchinson, L. P. 1960. Case against the diamondback. Florida Wildlife 14(1):26–30.
101 3180 Hutt, A. 1967. The gopher tortoise, a versatile vegetarian. Florida Wildlife 21(7):20–24.
102 3183 Hutt, A. P., Jr. 1967. The American alligator. National Parks Magazine 41(243):14–17.
103 6835 Irwin, K. J., T. E. Lewis, J. D. Kirk, S. L. Collins, and J. T. Collins. 2003. Status of the eastern indigo snake (Drymarchon couperi) on St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge, Franklin County, Florida. Journal of Kansas Herpetology No. 7:13–20.
104 8718 Jackson, D. 2008. Seeking invertebrates. Tortoise Burrow, Bulletin of the Gopher Tortoise Council 28(1):6–7.
105 3248 Jackson, D. R. 1984. And yet another threat! Tortoise Burrow, Bulletin of the Gopher Tortoise Council 4(12):5.
106 3253 Jackson, D. R. 1985. The perfect host. ENFO (Florida Conservation Foundation) 85(1):8–10.
107 8539 Jackson, D. R. 2004. Occurrence of the gopher frog, Rana capito, on conservation lands in southern Florida. Florida Natural Areas Inventory, Tallahassee, Florida, USA. 22pp.
108 8704 Jackson, D. R., and D. T. Almquist. 2007. Wanted dead or alive: invertebrates from gopher tortoise burrows. Page 27 (abstract) in 29th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 11–14 October 2007, Milton, Florida, USA.
109 3276 Jackson, D. R., and R. J. Bryant, editors. 1988 (1986). The gopher tortoise and its community. Proceedings of the 5th Annual Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Council, Florida State Museum, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 93pp.
110 8926 Jimenez, M. 2008. Survey of hatching success of the gopher tortoise, Gopherus polyphemus, at Pumpkin Hill Creek State Preserve in Northeast Florida for the 2007 nesting season. Florida Scientist 71(Supplement 1):55 (abstract).
111 6961 Johannsen, K. L., J. W. Gassett, K. A. Dasher, and K. V. Miller. 1999. Remote monitoring of herpetofauna in armadillo and gopher tortoise burrows in the Florida panhandle. Page 105 (abstract) in J. S. Kush, compiler. Longleaf pine: a forward look. Proceedings of the Second Longleaf Alliance Conference, 17–19 November 1998, Charleston, South Carolina. Longleaf Alliance Report No. 4.
112 3399 Jones, C. 1962. Listenin' for rattlers. Outdoor Life 129(3):66–68, 103–105.
113 3401 Jones, C., and J. N. Layne. 1993. Podomys floridanus. Mammal. Species 427:1–5.
114 3400 Jones, C., and R. Franz. 1990. Use of gopher tortoise burrows by Florida mice (Podomys floridanus) in Putnam County, Florida. Florida Scientist 18:45–51.
115 3410 Jones, W. 1994. Go-pher-it! Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Office of Resource Management, Resource Management Notes 6(2):8.
116 3420 Kaczor, S. A., and D. C. Hartnett. 1990. Gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) disturbance effects on a southern oak-pine sandhill forest. American Midland Naturalist 123:100–111.
117 10193 Kaiser, B. W., K. J. Osorio, R. M. Engeman, S. F. Dickman, and R. L. Ross. 2011. Methods for detecting new invasions and assessing gopher tortoise burrow visitation rates by the Argentine giant tegu (Tupinambis merianae). Abstract in 33rd Annual Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Council, 14–16 October 2011, Orlando, Florida, USA.
118 3471 Kent, D. M., and E. Snell. 1994. Vertebrates associated with gopher tortoise burrows in Orange County, Florida. Florida Field Naturalist 22:8–10.
119 3468 Kent, D. M., M. A. Langston, and D. W. Hanf. 1997. Observations of vertebrates associated with gopher burrows in Orange County, Florida. Florida Scientist 60:197–201.
120 3469 Kent, D. M., M. A. Langston, D. W. Hanf, and P. M. Wallace. 1997. Utility of a camera system for investigating gopher tortoise burrows. Florida Scientist 60:193–196.
121 3504 Kinlaw, A. 1999. A review of burrowing by semi-fossorial vertebrates in arid environments. Journal of Arid Environments 41:127–145.
122 8403 Kinlaw, A. E. 2006. Burrows of semi-fossorial vertebrates in upland communities of Central Florida: their architecture, dispersion, and ecological consequences. Dissertation, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 194pp.
123 8181 Kinslaw, A. E. 2006. Burrow dispersion of Central Florida armadillos. Southeastern Naturalist 5:523–534.
124 3539 Knight, C. F. 1871. Remarks on the Florida turtles. Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History 14:16–18.
125 3541 Knizley, E. J. 1997. Gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) relocation project: monitoring the tortoise population and associate species of the tortoise burrow. M.S. Thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 108pp.
126 7433 Krysko, K. L. 2005. Problems with introduced amphibians and reptiles in Florida: it’s no longer just a tiny gecko! Abstract in Joint Meeting of the 21st Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, 85th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 63rd Annual Meeting of the Herpetologists' League, and the 48th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles; 6–11 July 2005, Tampa, Florida, USA.
127 8193 Krysko, K. L. 2006. Potential ecological impacts by an introduced lizard in southern Florida: a case study on the black spiny-tailed iguana, Ctenosaura similis. Abstract in 28th Annual Gopher Tortoise Council Meeting, 26–29 October 2006, Valdosta, Georgia, USA.
128 9041 Krysko, K. L., K. W. Larson, D. Diep, E. Abellana, and E. R. McKercher. 2009. Diet of the nonindigenous black spiny-tailed iguana, Ctenosaura similis (Gray 1831) (Sauria: Iguanidae), in southern Florida. Florida Scientist 72:48–58.
129 3619 Kwiatkowski, P. 1995. History characteristics of gopher tortoises with reference to gaps in our knowledge. Tortoise Burrow, Bulletin of the Gopher Tortoise Council 15(1):9–10.
130 3620 Kwiatkowski, P. A., and K. Connor. 1994. Physiology, genetics, and behavior of Gopherus polyphemus. Pages 48–53 in G. Aguirrie, E. D. McCoy, and H. R. Mushinsky, organizers. North American Tortoise Conference, 8–12 October 1994, Durango, Mexico.
131 3664 Lauber, P. 1973. Everglades country: a question of life or death. Viking Press, New York, New York, USA. 125pp.
132 3685 Layne, J. N. 1990. The Florida mouse. Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Gopher Tortoise Council 8:1–21.
133 3686 Layne, J. N. 1992. Florida mouse, Podomys floridanus. Pages 250–264 in S. R. Humphrey, editor. Rare and endangered biota of Florida. Volume I. Mammals. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
134 3687 Layne, J. N., and R. J. Jackson. 1994. Burrow use by the Florida mouse (Podomys floridanus) in south-central Florida. American Midland Naturalist 131:17–23.
135 3688 Layne, J. N., and R. J. Jackson. 1994. Burrow use by the Florida mouse in south-central Florida. Florida Scientist 56(Supplement 1):44 (abstract).
136 6483 Layne, J. N., and T. M. Steiner. 1996. Eastern indigo snake (Drymarchon corais couperi): summary of research conducted on Archbold Biological Station. Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Jackson, Mississippi, USA. 64pp.
137 3796 Lips, K. R. 1991. Vertebrates associated with tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) burrows in four habitats in south-central Florida. Journal of Herpetology 25:477–481.
138 3797 Lips, K. R., and J. N. Layne. 1989. Vertebrates associated with gopher tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus) burrows in four habitats in south-central Florida. Florida Scientist 52:20 (abstract).
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