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1 101 Allen, E. R., and W. T. Neill. 1951. The coachwhip. Florida Wildlife 5(3):9, 29.
2 395 Anonymous. 1990. Ninja turtles. Florida Department of Natural Resources, Office of Land Use Planning and Biological Services, Resource Management Notes 2(3):3.
3 438 Anonymous. 1991. Toads on roads. Florida Department of Natural Resources, Office of Land Use Planning and Biological Services, Resource Management Notes 3(1):2–3.
4 9483 Arpayoglou, I., and E. Martin. 2011. Cheloniidae (marine turtles). Hatchling predation. Herpetological Review 42:416−417.
5 737 Barbour, T. 1919. A large coach-whip snake. Copeia 1919:75–76.
6 836 Bartlett, R. D. 1995. A stroll on the Lake Wales Ridge. Tropical Fish Hobbyist 43(8):110, 112, 114, 116–118, 120, 126, 128, 131.
7 861 Bartram, J., and W. Bartram. 1957. John and William Bartram's America: selections from the writings of the Philadelphia naturalists. [Edited with an introduction by H. G. Cruickshank.] Devin-Adair Company, New York, New York, USA. 418pp.
8 10380 Beane, J. C. 2013. Dietary records for the eastern coachwhip, Masticophis flagellum flagellum (Shaw, 1758), in the southeastern United States. Herpetology Notes 6:285-287.
9 1030 Blaney, R. M. 1971. An annotated checklist and biogeographic analysis of the insular herpetofauna of the Apalachicola Region, Florida. Herpetologica 27:406–430.
10 1037 Blatchley, W. S. 1932. In days agone: notes on the fauna and flora of subtropical Florida in the days when most of its area was a primeval wilderness. Nature Publishing Company, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA. 338pp.
11 1063 Bogert, C. M., and R. B. Cowles. 1947. Results of the Archbold Expeditions. No. 58. Moisture loss in relation to habitat selection in some Florida reptiles. American Museum Novitates No. 1358. 34pp.
12 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.
13 1148 Breininger, D. R., M. J. Barkaszi, R. B. Smith, D. M. Oddy, and J. A. Provancha. 1998. Prioritizing wildlife taxa for biological diversity conservation at the local scale. Environmental Management 22:315–321.
14 8383 Burbrink, F. T., and R. Lawson. 2007. How and when did Old World rat snakes disperse into the New World? Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 43:173–189.
15 1408 Carr, A. F., Jr. 1940. A contribution to the herpetology of Florida. University of Florida Publications, Biological Sciences 3:1–118.
16 2004 Dodd, C. K., Jr. 1992. Seasonal abundance and habitat use of snakes in xeric communities of north-central Florida. Page 126 (abstract) in Proceedings of the Combined Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, the Herpetologists' League, 17th Annual Larval Fish Conference, and the American Elasmobranch Society, 27 May–2 June 1993, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, USA.
17 2035 Dodd, C. K., Jr., and R. Franz. 1995. Seasonal abundance and habitat use of selected snakes trapped in xeric and mesic communities of north-central Florida. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 38, Part I(2):43–67.
18 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.
19 2039 Dodd, C. K., Jr., R. Franz, W. Timmerman, and B. G. Charest. 1988. Home range of large upland snakes in relation to preserve size in Florida sandhills habitats. Page 84 (abstract) in Proceedings of the Combined Meeting of the Herpetologists' League, American Elasmobranch Society, Early Life History Section of the American Fisheries Society, Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, and American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 24–29 June 1988, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.
20 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.
21 2098 Duellman, W. E., and A. Schwartz. 1958. Amphibians and reptiles of southern Florida. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences 3:181–324.
22 2107 Dunaway, V. 1951. They don't need poison! Florida Wildlife 4(7):14, 31.
23 10739 Enge, K. M. 2019. Masticophis flagellum flagellum Shaw 1802, eastern coachwhip. Pages 485–488 in K. L. Krysko, K. M. Enge, and P. E. Moler, editors. Amphibians and reptiles of Florida. University of Florida Press, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
24 10501 Enge, K. M., and J. D. Mays. 2016. Micrurus fulvius (harlequin coralsnake). Diet. Herpetological Review 47:480.
25 6533 Enge, K. M., and K. N. Wood. 2002. A pedestrian road survey of an upland snake community in Florida. Southeastern Naturalist 1:365–380.
26 8612 Franzreb, K. E. 2007. Reproductive success and nest depredation of the Florida scrub-jay. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119:162–169.
27 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.
28 6514 Gentry, J. B., and M. H. Smith. 1968. Food habits and burrow associates of Peromyscus polionotus. Journal of Mammalogy 49:562–565.
29 8522 Halstead, B. 2007. Diet selection of the coachwhip (Masticophis flagellum) and black racer (Coluber constrictor) in Florida scrub habitat. Abstract in Joint Meeting of the 23nd Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, 87th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, 65th Annual Meeting of the Herpetologists' League, and the 50th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles; 11–16 July 2007, St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
30 10080 Halstead, B. J. 2008. Predator behavior and prey demography in patchy habitats. Dissertation, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, USA.
31 8542 Halstead, B. J., E. D. McCoy, and H. R. Mushinsky. 2007. The influence of predators on the survival and abundance of isolated neighboring populations of the Florida scrub lizard (Sceloporus woodi). Abstract in ESA/SER Joint Meeting, 5–10 August 2007, San Jose, California, USA.
32 8893 Halstead, B. J., H. R. Mushinsky, and E. D. McCoy. 2008. Sympatric Masticophis flagellum and Coluber constrictor select vertebrate prey at different levels of taxonomy. Copeia 2008:897–908.
33 9141 Halstead, B. J., H. R. Mushinsky, and E. D. McCoy. 2009. Masticophis flagellum selects Florida scrub habitat at multiple spatial scales. Herpetologica 65:268–279.
34 9703 Hannon, C. 2012. Geographic distribution: Coluber flagellum flagelum (eastern coachwhip). Herpetological Review 43:447.
35 2852 Hansen, K. L., and D. E. Sweat. 1962. Spermiation in Rana p. pipiens in response to heteroplastic pituitary materials. Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 25:109–120.
36 3111 Holman, J. A. 1981. A review of North American Pleistocene snakes. Publications of the Museum Michigan State University, Paleontological Series 1:261–306.
37 3113 Holman, J. A. 1996. The large Pleistocene (Sangamonian) herpetofauna of the Williston IIIA Site, north-central Florida. Herpetological Natural History 4:35–47.
38 3115 Holman, J. A. 2000. Fossil snakes of North America: origin, evolution, distribution, paleoecology. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, USA. 357pp.
39 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.
40 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.
41 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.
42 9707 Lau, A., and J. P. Burgess. 2012. Coluber (=Masticophis) flagellum flagellum (eastern coachwhip). Diet. Herpetological Review 43:493.
43 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.
44 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.
45 3808 Loennberg, E. 1894. Notes on reptiles and batrachians collected in Florida in 1892 and 1893. Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum 17:317–339.
46 3827 Lohrer, F. E. 1980. Eastern coachwhip predation on nestling blue jays. Florida Field Naturalist 8:28–29.
47 10267 Mays, J. D., C. D. Godwin, and K. M. Enge. 2014. Geographic distribution: Coluber (= Masticophis) flagellum flagellum (eastern coachwhip). Herpetological Review 45:663.
48 7290 Means, D. B. 2005. The value of dead tree bases and stumpholes as habitat for wildlife. Pages 74–78 in W. E. Meshaka, Jr., and K. J. Babbitt, editors. Amphibians and reptiles: status and conservation in Florida. Krieger, Malabar, Florida, USA.
49 10414 Meshaka, W. E., Jr., and J. N. Layne. 2015. The herpetology of southern Florida. Monograph 5. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 10:1−353.
50 4260 Meshaka, W. E., Jr., W. F. Loftus, and T. Steiner. 2000. The herpetofauna of Everglades National Park. Florida Scientist 63:84–103.
51 4292 Meylan, P. A., W. A. Auffenberg, and R. C. Hurlbert. 2001. Reptilia 2: lizards, snakes, and crocodilians. Pages 137–151 in R. C. Hurlbert, editor. The fossil vertebrates of Florida. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA.
52 4508 Murphy, M. 1991. Coachwhip combat. Florida Department of Natural Resources, Office of Land Use Planning and Biological Services, Resource Management Notes 3(3):2–3.
53 4513 Murrill, W. A. 1945. Reptiles good and bad. William A. Murrill, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 32pp.
54 4535 Mushinsky, H. R., and E. D. McCoy. 1995. Vertebrate species composition of selected scrub islands on the Lake Wales Ridge of central Florida. Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission Nongame Wildlife Program Project Report, Tallahassee, Florida, USA. 325pp.
55 7077 Nagy, Z. T., R. Lawson, U. Joger, and M. Wink. 2004. Molecular systematics of racers, whipsnakes and relatives (Reptilia: Colubridae) using mitochondrial and nuclear markers. Journal of Zoological Systematics and Evolutionary Research 42:223–233.
56 4614 Neill, W. T. 1957. Some misconceptions regarding the eastern coral snake, Micrurus fulvius. Herpetologica 13:111–118.
57 4762 Ortenburger, A. I. 1928. The whip snakes and racers: genera Masticophis and Coluber. University of Michigan Studies, Memoirs of the University of Michigan Museum, Volume 1. 247pp.
58 10814 Reichling, S. B. 2008. Reptiles and amphibians of the southern pine woods. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 320pp.
59 5253 Safford, W. E. 1919. Natural history of Paradise Key and the near-by Everglades of Florida. Pages 377–434 in Smithsonian Report for 1917. [Publication No. 2508, Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.]
60 5310 Schaub, R. 1990. Predation on the eggs and nestlings of Florida scrub jays. M.A. Thesis, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, USA. 66pp.
61 5311 Schaub, R. R., L. Mumme, and G. E. Woolfenden. 1992. Predation on the eggs and nestlings of Florida scrub jays. Auk 109:585–593.
62 6505 Smith, M. H. 1966. The evolutionary significance of certain behavioral, physiological, and morphological adaptations of the old-field mouse, Peromyscus polionotus. M.S. Thesis, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 187pp.
63 7313 Steen D. A., and J. C. Brock. 2005. Upland snake species profile: coachwhip, Masticophis flagellum. Gopher Tortoise Council, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 1p.
64 10117 Steen, D. A., C. J. W. McClure, L. L. Smith, B. J. Halstead, C. K. Dodd, Jr., W. B. Sutton, J. R. Lee, D. L. Baxley, W. J. Humphries, and C. Guyer. 2013. The effect of coachwhip presence on body size of North American racers suggests competition between these sympatric snakes. Journal of Zoology 289:86–93.
65 9179 Stevenson, D. J., M. R. Bolt, D. J. Smith, K. M. Enge, N. L. Hyslop, T. M. Norton, and K. J. Dyer. 2010. Prey records for the eastern indigo snake (Drymarchon couperi). Southeastern Naturalist 9:1–18.
66 5764 Telford, S. R., Jr. 1959. A study of the sand skink Neoseps reynoldsi Stejneger. Copeia 1959:110–119.
67 7552 Telford, S. R., Jr., S. R. Telford, III, and J. F. Butler. 2002. The status of Haemogregarina mansoni Sambon and Seligmann from Zamenis flagelliformis Laurenti. Journal of Parasitology 88:783–785.
68 6072 Webber, T. A. 1980. Eastern coachwhip predation on juvenile scrub jays. Florida Field Naturalist 8:29–30.
69 6096 Westcott, P. W. 1970. Ecology and behavior of the Florida scrub jay. Dissertation, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA. 85pp.
70 6183 Wilson, L. D. 1970. The coachwhip snake, Masticophis flagellum (Shaw): taxonomy and distribution. Tulane Studies in Zoology and Botany 16:31–99.
71 6184 Wilson, L. D. 1973. Masticophis Baird and Girard. Whipsnakes. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles 144.1–2.
72 6185 Wilson, L. D. 1973. Masticophis flagellum (Shaw). Coachwhip snake. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles 145.1–4.
73 6256 Witz, B. W., D. S. Wilson, and M. D. Palmer. 1991. Distribution of Gopherus polyphemus and its vertebrate symbionts in three burrow categories. American Midland Naturalist 126:152–158.

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