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Vertebrates of Florida

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Title:
Vertebrates of Florida identification and distribution
Creator:
Stevenson, Henry M ( Henry Miller ), 1914-
Place of Publication:
Gainesville
Publisher:
University Presses of Florida
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
xix, 607 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Vertebrates -- Identification -- Florida ( lcsh )
Zoology -- Florida ( lcsh )
Gulf of Mexico ( local )
City of Apalachicola ( local )
Gulfs ( jstor )
Toes ( jstor )
Plumage ( jstor )
Genre:
bibliography ( marcgt )
non-fiction ( marcgt )

Notes

Bibliography:
Bibliography: p. 561-578.
Additional Physical Form:
Electronic version available on the World Wide Web as part of the Linking Florida's Natural Heritage Collection.
General Note:
"A Florida State University book."
General Note:
Includes index.
Statement of Responsibility:
Henry M. Stevenson.

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University Press of Florida
Holding Location:
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AAA9136 ( NOTIS )
000007637 ( AlephBibNum )
01859873 ( OCLC )
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0813004373 : ( ISBN )
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Vertebrates of Florida




Vertebrates of
Florida
Identification and Distribution
Henry M. Stevenson
A Florida State University Book
University Presses of Florida
Gainesville


Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data
Stevenson, Henry Miller, 1914-Vertebrates of Florida.
"A Florida State University Book." Bibliography: p. Includes index.
1. Vertebrates-Florida-Identification. 2. Zoology-Florida. I. Title. QL169.S75 596\09'759 75-37723 ISBN 0-813O-O437-3
Copyright 1976 by the Board of Regents of the State of Florida
Printed in Florida


Map 38. Distribution of the Southern Hog-nosed Snake
(Heterodon simus).................................. 287
Map 39. Distribution of the Scarlet Ibis
(Eudocimus ruber).................................. 309
Map 40. Distribution of the Turkey
(Meleagris gallopavo)...............................337
Map 41. Breeding range of the White-crowned Pigeon
{Columba leucocephala)............................. 373
Map 42. Distribution of the Smooth-billed Ani
{Crotophaga ani) ................................... 379
Map 43. Breeding range of the Chuck-will's-widow
(Caprimulgus carotinensis)........................... 383
Map 44. Breeding range of the Antillean Nighthawk
(Chordeiles gundlachii).............................. 385
Map 45. Breeding range of the Common Flicker
(Colaptes auratus).................................. 389
Map 46. Distribution of the Red-cockaded Woodpecker
(Dendrocopos borealis).............................. 392
Map 47. Breeding range of the Gray Kingbird
(Tyrannus dominicensis)............................. 394
Map 48. Breeding range of the Acadian Flycatcher
{Empidonax virescens) .............................. 397
Map 49. Distribution of the Scrub Jay
(Aphelocoma coerulescens).......................... 405
Map 50. Distribution of the Fish Crow
(Corvus ossifragus) .................................406
Map 51. Distribution of the Carolina Chickadee
(Paws carotinensis)................................. 407
Map 52. Distribution of the Brown-headed Nuthatch
(Sitta pusilla)....................................... 409
Map 53. Breeding range of the House Wren
(Troglodytes aedon).................................411
Map 54. Breeding range of the Black-whiskered Vireo
(Vireo altiloquus) ................................... 426
Map 55. Breeding range of the Swainson's Warbler
(Limnothlypis swainsoni) ............................ 429
Map 56. Breeding range of the Worm-eating Warbler
(Helmitheros vermivora).............................430
Map 57. Distribution of the Blue-gray Tanager
(Thraupis virens) ................................... 456
Map 58. Distribution of: 1. The Seaside Sparrow (Ammospiza
maritima)\ 2. The Dusky Seaside Sparrow (Ammospiza
nigrescens); 3. The Cape Sable Sparrow (Ammospiza
mirabiiis) ..........................................469
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS / ix


Contents
List of Illustrations vi
Foreword xi
Preface xiii
Acknowledgments xvii
Chapter I. Introduction 3 Chapter 2. Keys to Vertebrate Classes,
Orders, Families, and Species 9
Chapter 3. Species Accounts 155 Chapter 4. Collecting and Preserving
Vertebrates 535
Glossary 549
Bibliography 561
Index 579


List of Illustrations
Plates
Plate I. Fishes....................................... 12-13
Plate 11. Fishes....................................... 24-25
Plate HI. Fishes....................................... 34-35
Plate IV. Amphibians.................................. 44-45
Plate V. Reptiles ..................................... 60-61
Plate VI. Reptiles ..................................... 68-69
Plate VII. Birds........................................ 78-79
Plate VIII. Birds........................................ 86-87
Plate IX. Birds........................................ 96-97
Plate X. Mammals.................................... 138-139
Plate XI. Mammals.................................... 146-147
Figures
Figure 1. External morphology of a fish
(Centrarchus macropterus) ...................... 31
Figure 2. External morphology of a tadpole
{Rana areolata aesopus)............................. 52
Figure 3. Mouthparts of a tadpole
(Rana heckscheri) ................................. 53
Figure 4. Plates on the carapace and plastron
of a turtle (Chrysemys picta)........................ 63
Figure 5. Specialized scales on the head of a lizard
(Eumeces laticeps)................................. 71
Figure 6. Specialized scales on the head of a snake
(Lampropeltis calligaster) .......................... 74
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figure 7. External features of a bird .......................... 77
figure 8. Semizygodactyl (right) foot of an Osprey
{Pandion haliaetus)................................ 83
Figure 9. Bones of a typical mammalian skull.................. 135
Figure 10. Portion of a baleen plate
(Family Balaenopteridae)........................... 136
Figure 11. Preparing a bird skinOpening cut.................. 540
Figure 12. Cut at base of tail.................................. 541
Figure 13. Cut in skin of neck................................. 542
Figure 14. Cut at base of skull ................................ 543
Figure 15. Completed skin ready for drying..................... 545
Maps
Map 1. Florida counties ......................... Front endpaper
Map 2. Florida natural features and principal
cities.................................... Back endpaper
Map 3. Distribution of the Florida Gar
{Lepisosteus platyrhincus) ........................... 160
Map 4. Distribution of the Bandfin Shiner
(Notropis zonistius)................................. 168
Map 5. Distribution of the Dusky Shiner
{Notropis cummingsae).............................. 170
Map 6. Distribution of the Iron-colored Shiner
{Notropis chalybaeus)............................... 171
Map 7. Distribution of the'Weed Shiner
(Notropis texanus).................................. 172
Map 8. Distribution of the Coastal Shiner
(Notropis petersoni)................................. 173
Map 9. Distribution of the Snail Bullhead
(Ictalitrus brunneus) ................................ 178
Map 10. Distribution of the Black Madtom
(Noturusfunebris) .................................. 181
Map 11. Distribution of the Diamond Killifish
(Adinia xenica)..................................... 185
Map 12, Distribution of the Gulf Killifish
(Fundulus grandis).................................. 186
Map 13. Distribution of the Seminole Killifish
(Fundulus seminolis)................................ 187
Map 14. Distribution of the Southern Starhead Minnow
(Fundulus lineolatus)................................ 190
Map 15. Distribution of the Lake Eustis Minnow
(Cyprinodon hubbsi) ................................ 191
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS vii


Map 16. Distribution of the Gold-spotted Killifish
(Floridichthys carpio carpio)......................... 192
Map 17. Distribution of the Flagfish
(Jordanella floridae) ................................ 193
Map 18. Distribution of the Least Killifish
(Heterandriaformosa) .............................. 195
Map 19. Distribution of the Okefenokee Pygmy Sunfish
(Elassoma okefenokee).............................. 200
Map 20. Distribution of the Suwannee Bass
(Micropterus notius) ................................ 201
Map 21. Distribution of the Mud Sunfish
(Acantharchus pomotis)............................. 207
Map 22. Distribution of the Naked Sand Darter
(Ammocrypta b.eani) ................................ 210
Map 23. Distribution of the Choctawhatchee Darter
(Etheostoma davisoni)............................... 211
Map 24. Distribution of the Brown Darter
(Etheostoma edwini) ................................ 213
Map 25. Distribution of the One-toed Amphiuma
(Amphiuma pholeter) ............................... 230
Map 26. Distribution of the Southern Dusky Salamander
(Desmognathus auriculatus) ......................... 236
Map 27. Distribution of the Seal Salamander
(Desmognathus monticola) .......................... 237
Map 28. Distribution of the River Frog
(Rana heckscheri) .................................. 245
Map 29. Distribution of the Florida Softshell
(Trionyxferox) ..................................... 258
Map 30. Distribution of the Mediterranean Gecko
(Hemidactytus turcicus) ............................. 262
Map 31. Distribution of the Ocellated Gecko
(Sphaerodactylus argus).............................263
Map 32. Distribution of the Island Glass Lizard
(Ophisaurus compressus)............................265
Map 33. Distribution of the Queen Snake
(Regina septemvittata) ..............................272
Map 34. Distribution of the Black Swamp Snake
(Seminatrix pygaea).................................275
Map 35. Distribution of the Ring-necked Snake
(Diadophis punctatus)...............................279
Map 36. Distribution of the Prairie Kingsnake
(Lampropeltis calligaster)............................ 283
Map 37. Distribution of the Scarlet Snake
(Cemophora coccinea) ..............................285
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Map 59. Distribution of the Southeastern Myotis
(Myotis austroriparius)..................
Map 60. Distribution of the Yellow Bat
(Lasiurus intermedins)...................
Map 61. Distribution of the Nine-banded Armadillo
(Dasypus novemcinctus)................
Map 62. Distribution of the Marsh Rabbit
(Sylvilagus palustris)...................
Map 63. Distribution of the Eastern Chipmunk
(Tamias striatus) .......................
Map 64. Distribution of the Red-bellied Squirrel
{Sciurus aureogaster) ..................
Map 65. Distribution of the Rice Rat
(Qryzomys palustris) ...................
Map 66. Distribution of the Eastern Harvest Mouse
(Reithrodontomys humulis) .............
Map 67. Distribution of the Pine Vole
(Microtus pinelorum)...................
Map 68, Distribution of the Manatee
(Trichechus manatus latirostris).........
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VERTEBRATES OF FLORIDA


Foreword
by William B. Robertson, jr.
As if in compensation for its somewhat uninspiring landscape, Florida possesses a remarkable wealth of animals. The great extent of the state, almost 500 miles in both its north-south and east-west dimensions, includes a diverse array of environments from the temperate, vaguely Appalachian, river valleys of the panhandle to the tropical, Antillean, Florida Keys. The variety of native animal life reflects this diversity of living conditions. It also reflects an eventful geologic past when the peninsula was flooded by shallow seas with islands where animals unique to Florida evolved, and where animals that died out elsewhere were able to survive. Unhappily, a growing part of the state's present faunal diversity results from man's uncontrolled itch to improve on nature by importing nonnative animals. In all, Homo sapiens now shares Florida with wild populations of some 880 other species of vertebrate animalsfreshwater fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.
Dr. Stevenson's book gives, for the first time within one set of covers, the means to identify specimens of all the land and freshwater vertebrates known to occur in Florida and the salient facts about their distribution in the state. It fills the long-standing need for a single reference, up-to-date and authoritative, on the Florida animals of most interest and concern to man. The book is timely in a day when we are beginning to understand that any loss of diversity in the natural world around us cheapens our own lives. Sound information on the identity and distribution of Florida vertebrates is basic to any effort to conserve them.
It is to be hoped that this book will find use in Florida schools, and also among the state's conservation-minded citizens and amateur naturalists, many of whom made important contributions to its contents.
Everglades National Park, 1975.
FOREWORD / Xi




Preface
There is presently no publication dealing exclusively with all the vertebrates of Florida and the means of identifying them. Vertebrates of the United States (Blair et al., 1957) necessarily gave extremely brief treatment of each species and omitted some Florida species, some of which are also not in the 1968 edition. The large number of species involved in that work also compounded the difficulties of writing workable keys for certain groups. Carr and Goin (1955), in their Guide to the Reptiles, Amphibians, and Fresh-water Fishes of Florida, provided a means of identifying the great majority of cold-blooded vertebrates (except most marine fishes) then known to Florida, but many additional species have been reported since. A Key to Florida Birds (Stevenson, 1960a) featured keys and descriptions for the identification of all birds except a few of accidental occurrence, but this faunal list has also increased in the intervening years. There seems to be no comprehensive treatment (or key) for the mammals of Florida. Thus the present work has been prepared in the belief that a need exists for a single source by which the identity of any specimen of Florida vertebrate may be established.
limitations As in the case of its predecessors cited above, this work has omitted marine fishes. Their inclusion would not only have lengthened the work, increased the difficulty of writing and using the keys, and decreased the reliability of the information, but would have introduced an insoluble problem of establishing and using a constant boundary for the state. Potentially, at least, a similar problem may seem to exist for marine birds and mammals, but nearly all of those included have reached the coast occasionally. Only those species believed to have occurred or likely to recur within the present century are included. Although the descriptions of species should prove helpful in identifying both live and preserved specimens, this work is not intended to be a field guide.
preface / Xiii


geographic coverage Several species have been included in the keys (though not in the species accounts) that have not been recorded in Florida. In each case the range extends so close to the state line, or is so poorly known, that occurrence in Florida is deemed likely. The inclusion of these extralimital species should make this book more useful in surrounding states. In fact, with the exceptions of salamanders and freshwater fishes, the great majority of species known to occur in both states bordering Florida are included in this book on the basis of Florida records.
validation of records The verification of Florida occurrences of nearly all vertebrates except some birds and cetaceans is based on collected specimens showing locality data. It may seem strange that any other evidence would suffice for birds, but there are practical reasons for these few exceptions. Largely because of public sentiment, most species of birds are protected against collecting without a scientific permit, and several are justifiably protected against collecting under any circumstances. The small percentage of ornithologists who have collecting permits still may not collect on wildlife refuges or in state parks (without special permission) or on private lands (without the owner's permission). Partially compensating for this disadvantage in corroborating records is the fact that experienced field workers, under favorable conditions, can correctly identify all but a few species of Florida birds. There still remains a question as to whether the occurrence of any avian species in a state should rest on any evidence less than a collected specimen or recognizable photograph. Surely if any exceptions are made, the circumstantial evidence in those cases should be overwhelming. As a rule, those vertebrates suspected of Florida occurrence, but not convincingly shown to have occurred here (or introduced but only doubtfully established) will be found in a special Hypothetical List at the end of each section.
definition of freshwater fishes" Another vexing decision has been that of what species to include as "freshwater" fishes. Ideally, perhaps, the criterion should be a certain maximum concentration of dissolved salts at the site of capture. Unfortunately, however, we do not always have such data, and the matter has been resolved by following most of the designations of "freshwater" or "euryhalirte" given by Briggs' (1958) list and the inclusion of fishes collected in the St. Johns River above Jacksonville (Tagatz, 1967).
nomenclature and classification In many instances the correct name to be used for a species, or the higher taxon into which it is placed, is subject to individual opinion. In works of this kind it is desirable to follow a consensus as represented by committees of specialists, and this has been done in most cases in which it was possible. Thus, the names of fishes follow those of the American Fisheries Society (1960),
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Various other specialists provided critical information of a more limited nature in their respective fields.
FISHES
Glenn H. Clemmer Walter Courtenay Michael S. Dahlberg Carter Gilbert Robert Hastings Vernon Ogilvie Dennis R. Paulson William F. Smith-Vaniz Camm Swift
Herndon G. Dowling Hobart Landreth D. Bruce Means Robert Mount Lewis Ober Fred Shanholtzer
BIRDS
Allan D. Cruickshank Charles H. Rogers Louis A. Stimson
AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES
Ronald Altig Richard M. Blaney Steve Christman John W. Crenshaw, Jr.
MAMMALS
Joseph C. Moore Albert Schwartz
W. Wilson Baker Richard Laval
For their skilled contributions in preparing the photographs I acknowledge my gratitude to James Capone, Christopher Combs, Rhodes Holliman, and Charlotte Maxwell; also to Miss Maxwell for Figure 7. (Other drawings are my own.)
The publication of this manuscript would not have been possible but for generous financial contributions by Mrs. Bradley Fisk and John Foster. Some of my field work was supported by grants from the U.S. Public Health Service and Florida State University where I was a member of the Biological Sciences faculty over the two decades during which this work was prepared. Finally, but to no less degree, I am grateful to my wife, other members of my family, my students, and other friends who have helped provide time for this work or have encouraged it in various other ways.
Henry M. Stevenson Tall Timbers Research Station Route 1, Box 160 Tallahassee, FL 32303
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
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and those of birds the American Ornithologists' Union (1957), except in 3 a few cases indicated by footnotes in the text. A more recent revision of most of the major taxa of bony fishes (Greenwood et al., 1966) is also adopted. The names of amphibians and reptiles are those used by the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists (1963 et seq.) in their publications to date. For mammals it has been necessary to follow the works of individuals, and Hall and Kelson (1959) provided that standard. In the case of the remaining amphibians and reptiles (and occasionally of recently revised taxa in other groups). I have had to rely on my own judgment, modified by the advice of specialists in the respective fields. In such instances, of course, the responsibility for the names used is mine, not theirs. A more trivial deviation from certain of the above sources has been the hyphenation of compound modifiers in order to insure more uniform treatment of common names for all groups. In other works these names are hyphenated for birds and mammals (for example, Long-nosed Shrew) but not for lower vertebrates (for example, Shortnose Sturgeon).
Few states can boast as large a list of vertebrates as Florida, even when marine fishes are omitted. This text enumerates 880 species, fully accredited when the book was first organized, including 19 addenda following the mammal section of Chapter Three. These 880 species are divided as follows: freshwater fishes, 208; amphibians, 53; reptiles, 98; birds, 428; mammals, 93. Carr and Goin (1955) listed 333 "species" of cold-blooded vertebrates as against 349 listed here, but their count must have included subspecies as well. They claimed 57 species of amphibians for Florida, but only 42 of these forms treated in their book were full species, the rest being subspecies. Complete lists of vertebrates probably do not exist in most states, but such states as Texas and California have more species of birds than Florida, and probably more of all vertebrates combined.
As our knowledge of avian relationships improves it is often necessary to revise our classifications. While the manuscript of this work was being prepared for the printers, the Committee on Classification and Nomenclature of the American Ornithologists' Union published a supplement to the 1957 edition of the A.O.U. Check-list of North American Birds {Auk 90:411-419). Most of the changes involving species of Florida occurrence have since been made in my text, but there was inadequate time for the extensive changes that would have resulted from the lumping or splitting of species (except for the few such changes I had previously adopted). Accordingly, the other changes of this kind are listed here.
The Great White Heron (Ardea occidentalis) becomes a subspecies of the Great Blue Heron {A. herodias); it will be known as A. h. occidentalis.
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The Snow Goose (Chen hyperborea) and the Blue Goose (Chen caerulescens) are considered color phases of a single species now to be known as the Snow Goose (Chen caerulescens).
The species previously known as Traill's Flycatcher (Empidonax traillii) is believed to comprise two species: the Alder Flycatcher (E. alnorum) and the Willow Flycatcher (E. traillii).
Bullock's Oriole (Icterus builockii) is merged with the Baltimore Oriole (/. galbula) under the new name of Northern Oriole.
The Ipswich Sparrow (Passerculus princeps) is regarded as a subspecies of the Savannah Sparrow (P. sandwichensis).
The Dusky Seaside Sparrow (Ammospiza nigrescens) and the Cape Sable Sparrow (A. mirabilis) are considered subspecies of the widespread Seaside Sparrow (4. maritima). They become, respectively, A. m. nigrescens and A. m. mirabilis.
As both species of the former Empidonax traillii have occurred in Florida, the number of species of birds recorded in the state is reduced to 423 by these changes and the total number of vertebrate species to 875.
April, 1974
A later revision of the North American CheckMst appeared in the fall of 1976 (Auk, 93:875-879), necessitating the following changes in the generic and specific names of Florida birds:
Butorides virescens becomes Butorides striatus.
The Fulvous and Black-bellied Tree Ducks become, respectively, the Fulvous and Black-bellied Whistling-Ducks.
Ictinia misisippiensis becomes Ictinia mississippiensis.
Thalasseus and Hydroprogne are merged in the genus Sterna, the new names being Sterna maxima, S. sandvicensis, and S. caspia.
Speotyto cunicularia becomes Athene cunicularia.
Centurus carolinus becomes Melanerpes carolinus.
Dendrocopos is merged in the genus Picoides. The new names are Picoides villosus, P.pubescens, and/3, borealis.
Telmatodytes palustris becomes Cistothorus palustris.
Cassidix major becomes Quiscalus major.
Tangavius aeneus becomes Molothrus aeneus.
Spinus is merged in the genus Carduelis. The new names are Carduelis pinus and C. tristis.
December, 1976
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Acknowledgments
No work of this kind can be entirely original, but if the author is to be more than a compiler he must expect to participate in the research on which the publication is based. To that end I have personally examined representative museum specimens of more than 90 percent of the species included here. As a result, some of the characters used in keys and descriptions are believed to be original in this work. Most of those that are not original were, nevertheless, carefully checked against the specimens available to me. My indebtedness, however, to those who have published previous works on these species is both obvious and enormous.
In a few instances keys prepared by graduate students at Florida State University were generously contributed, and these have not been modified to the point that 1 could claim credit for them. The key to the Cyprinidae was prepared by Ray Birdsong, that for larval anurans by Sheryl Fanning, and for the Scolopacidae by Horace Loftin.
Specimens critical to the study were provided through gift, loan, or exchange by such institutions as the American Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Museum, Florida State Museum (Gainesville), Miami Seaquarium, National Museum of Canada, Philadelphia Academy of Natural Science, United States National Museum, and museums at the following institutions: Auburn University, University of Illinois, Louisiana State University, University of Michigan, and the University of Oklahoma. In some cases, individuals at these museums identified or confirmed the identification of important specimens.
Various individuals also either provided or helped prepare critical specimens:
Ronald Altig Richard M. Blaney
J.R. Bailey Irene Boliek
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Roland Brandon Edwin C. Brown P. Fairly Chandler Frank L. Chapman Ralph Chermok Clare Cichowski Allan D. Cruickshank William E. Duellman Harold Dundee George W. Folkerts O. Earle Frye Bryan P. Glass Roy C. Hallman Frances Hames Glenn Ivey H.P. Langridge
D. Bruce Means Burt L. Monroe, Jr. Russell E. Mumford John C. Ogden Mary Ann Olson Storrs L. Olson Dennis R. Paulson Al Pflueger Allan R. Phillips Warren M. Pulich Albert Schwartz Dorothy E. Snyder Ernest H. Stevenson James M. Stevenson Shirley Whitt Lovett E. Williams, Jr.
Frederick H. Lesser
In a number of instances records of birds outside their normal range were documented by photographs. For the privilege of examining these I am indebted to:
Howard P. Langridge
My greatest indebtedness, by far, I owe to those specialists who patiently read sections of the manuscript and made numerous, highly valuable comments. The fish sections were read by Ralph W. Yerger, the amphibian and reptile sections by Albert Schwartz, the bird sections by William B. Robertson, Jr., and John C. Ogden, and the mammal sections by James N. Layne and David K. Caldwell (marine species). The section on the preparation of bird skins, from an earlier work of mine, was then examined by Herbert L. Stoddard, Sr. Dr. Yerger has been especially helpful in making available the large fish collection at Florida State University and in providing miscellaneous information about fishes over a period of several years. Oscar T. Owre read the entire manuscript and made numerous valuable suggestions.
William J. Bolte E.B. Chamberlain Dorothy Dodd John B. Edscorn Myron Elliott Harold H. Gaither Samuel A. Grimes Roy C. Hallman Lyle S. Hubbard Curtis L. Kingsbery
Davies Lazen James C. McDaniel Milton G. Nelson John C. Ogden Mary Ann Olson William B. Robertson, Jr. Alexander Sprunt, IV Paul Sykes Marvin L. Wass Karl Zerbe
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Vertebrates of Florida




Chapter One
Introduction
Identification of Vertebrates
All species included in this book are members of a subphylum (Craniata, or Vertebrata) of the Phylum Chordata. It is obvious that other animals, such as insects, worms, and mollusks, cannot be identified in it. The classical, and easy, definition of a vertebrate as an animal with a vertebral column consisting of consecutive pieces of bone ("backbone") or cartilage is not very helpful unless dissection is practical. In lieu of this evidence, certain external features are either individually or collectively diagnostic. The most important of these are: (1) a postanal tail; (2) usually two pairs of appendages (rarely one pair or none), fins in fishes or limbs bearing digits (usually 5) in most other vertebrates; (3) a body covering of scales, feathers, or hair (all species exceptional as to both criteria 2 and 3 show one or more pairs of gill slits). Even by the use of these criteria it is conceivable, though quite unlikely, that a nonvertebrate animal could be erroneously considered a vertebrate and tested in this key, though without success. Given, however, a genuine vertebrate, the investigator must begin with couplet I in the Key to Classes (page 9). By looking for paired appendages and examining the gross structure of the mouth, he should decide whether to continue to couplet 2 in the same key, or proceed to the Class Agnatha. In either case he would continue to select the more fitting of two alternative descriptions until he arrived at the name of the family, at which point a Roman numeral would refer him to the location of the key to the species in that family. Finally, when the specimen had been keyed to a species, an Arabic numeral would send him to the descriptive account of that species. Both this account and that of the family will serve
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as a check on the accuracy of the keying process. Not only should the description of the species agree with that of the animal in question, but the collection data, if known, should agree with the known range of the species. A natural tendency among those unfamiliar with keys is to agree too readily with the first part of a couplet without even reading the second part (or all of the first part)a practice certain to result in many erroneous identifications and wasted time.
In some instances the characteristics used in keying out taxa, especially families, are applicable only to their Florida representatives. In those cases it follows that a specimen from another part of the world could not be keyed even to its proper family. This limitation applies chiefly to taxa represented in Florida by only one or two species (for example, Pycnonotidae).
Use of Skulls in keying Mammals
Of all vertebrate zoologists, mammalogists alone commonly preserve separately both the skull and the museum skin of the individual specimen. In the great majority of cases, therefore, both of these evidences of the animal's identity are available. This fact may be deemed both a blessing and a curse by the deviser or the user of the key, as it may appear to complicate identification unnecessarily. The truth is that a positive identification by the average person will prove very difficult in many cases when only the skin or the skull is available. By using both, the probability of a correct identification is greatly increased.
The use of these two lines of evidence in other keys familiar to me follows either of two courses. Either there are separate keys for skins and skulls; or a single key is constructed, utilizing both skins and skulls only in the places where that procedure seems most necessary. Unlike other keys, then, the present one endeavors to utilize characters of both the skull and external morphology throughout, except in two instances in which no consistent differences could be found. It is thus possible to use the same key with skull only, skin only, or with both. As explained previously, the chances of success are enhanced if both skin and skull are available, but it seems likely that the great majority of species can be identified from only one line of evidence.
Terminology
The guiding philosophy in the preparation of this work has been to avoid the use of technical terms whenever feasible, but many are necessary for the sake of precision and conciseness. Those least familiar to the layman will be found in the Glossary (pp. 549) and the remainder in a standard dictionary.
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Measurements and Counts
There are many cases in which an animal cannot be keyed correctly without the use of special equipment. With small animals (sometimes larger ones) some magnification is necessary. In many cases a hand lens will suffice, but in others a binocular microscope is essential. Measurements and counts often require such magnification, and measuring often requires additionally an inexpensive compass bearing a sharp-pointed pencil. In some cases dividers or calipers are almost a necessity. Even slight inaccuracies in measuring or counting may lead to wrong identifications. ah the measurements and counts used frequently in this book are straight-line measurements unless indicated otherwise.
fishes Depthmaximum depth of body, dorsal to ventral, exclusive of fins; total lengthmost anterior part of head to tip of longest rays in caudal fin; standard lengthtip of upper jaw to hidden base of caudal fin rays; length of dorsal and anal fins (the same as "length of fin base'* of other authors)distance along base of fin, from origin to insertion; length of headtip of upper jaw to most posterior edge of operculum; length of snouttip of upper jaw to anterior edge of orbit; length of caudal peduncleoblique distance from insertion of anal fin to hidden middle base of caudal rays; dorsal and anal fin-ray countsin this work the count includes all soft rays, even rudimentary ones, except in the Cyprinidae; in cyprinids, only the branched rays and the one long unbranched ray are counted; spines, whether true spines or those consisting of fused, hardened rays, are not included in the count; lateral-line scale countnumber of scales along lateral line (or, if no lateral line, scales at that level) from edge of operculum to hidden base of caudal rays; also referred to as "number of lateral scales" or of "oblique scale rows"; count of horizontal scale rowsthe number of horizontal scale rows on one side (sometimes specified as those above or below lateral line), counting obliquely upward from the origin of the anal fin.
amphibians Snout-vent lengthtip of snout to anterior edge of vent (all adult anuran lengths are snout-to-vent); body length (tadpoles)tip of snout to base of tail on lateral axis; tail lengthposterior edge of vent to tip of tail (except begin at tail base, lateral axis, in tadpoles); costal-groove countnumber of costal grooves between front and hind limbs, including one each for armpit and groin (extend count to vent in Sirenidae); costal grooves between oppressed limbspress forelimb and hind limb on same side against body and toward one another and count costal grooves between tips of longest digits.
reptiles Snout-vent lengthsee above paragraph; tail lengthsee above paragraph; count of dorsal scale rowscount at center of body, going diagonally around body, but omitting enlarged ventral scales;
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these rows are numbered from the middorsal row downward in lizards, but from the lowermost row upward in snakes; count of ventral platesbegin with first scale under head that is wider than long and end with last scale before anal plate; count of subcaudal platesbegin with first scale behind anal plate and count pairs as single scales (if in 2 rows), continuing to last scale.
birds Total length1tip of upper mandible to tip of longest rectrix; wing lengthanterior edge of folded wing (wrist joint) to tip of longest primary; tail lengthbase of central rectrices to tip of longest rectrix; tarsal lengthback of heel joint to lower end of last unmodified tarsal scale, anterior side; hind-toe lengthdorsal side, from junction with tarsus, usually including hind claw; culmen lengthlength of exposed culmen (some workers measure from junction of culmen with skull; bill length from nostril is also used); toe numberingbegin with hind toe (hallux), continuing from medial to lateral; primary numberingin this work the primaries are numbered from the outermost one inward.
mammals Total lengthtip of nose to tip of fleshy part of tail, with specimen lying on its back; tail lengthbase of tail to its fleshy tip (holding tail perpendicular to body in fresh specimens); hind-foot lengthfrom back of heel to tip of longest claw; ear lengthfrom deepest part of basal notch to fleshy tip of ear; skull lengthfrom tip of nasal bones to most posterior part of cranium; basilar length of skullfrom anterior edge of foramen magnum to anterior edge of hard palate at base of first upper incisors; tooth countseven vestigial teeth are included; magnification may be necessary.
Species Accounts
As these accounts are intended largely as a check on the correctness of the identification made by keying, the descriptions are not intended to be detailed, although descriptions of "difficult" species are longer. For most species the most important criteria for identification are italicized. Unless of a brownish or blackish color, the color of the unfeathered parts ("soft parts") of birds as it appeared in life is indicated; these parts include the bill, cere, lores and eyelids (in some cases), iris, and feet (tarsus and toes). It should be emphasized that these often change color
1. Size is a much more important criterion in birds than in other vertebrates, as there is generally little variation within a species. Even juvenals are almost as large as adults. Probably the most reliable index of size in museum skins is total length. Although total length will vary with tail length, wing length is equally variable. Some pre para tors tend to minimize the importance of total length and fail to provide this information on the label. In such cases the total length of the museum skin may be assumed to be within 10 percent of the original in most species and within 20 percent in long-necked birds.
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in museum skins. The distribution of each species is also given in general terms, including that of each subspecies known to occur in Florida. Unless a species of bird, bat, or cetacean is present throughout the year in Florida, the season of occurrence is also given in general terms. If notable changes in distribution have occurred since the appearance of certain general works from 1954 to 1959 (see the Bibliography of this work), these changes are documented by bibliographic references or the location and catalog numbers of museum specimens. For the latter the following symbols have been used: CM, Carnegie Museum; FSU, Florida State University; RMB, Richard M. Blaney, private collection; TT, Tall Timbers Research Station; UF, University of Florida (Florida State Museum); UM, University of Miami; USF, University of South Florida; NMNS, National Museum of Natural Science.
Relative abundance is indicated for certain birds not frequently occurring in the state. Those considered "accidental" are out of their normal range and have occurred only a few times. "Casual" visitors may occur about once every five to ten years, and a "rare" species as frequently as a few times each year.
The range limits of 68 species are shown on Maps 3-68. The criteria most often employed in selecting these species were: (1) range virtually confined to Florida or to the Southeast; (2) distribution not well known, or misrepresented in some previous publications; (3) recent changes in known range; (4) recent changes in taxonomic status, such as the lumping of two or more nominal species (for example, Yellow-shafted, Red-shafted, and Gilded Flickers). It should be emphasized that the establishment of range limits does not imply that a species occurs in all areas within, even in suitable habitat. Perhaps a few species do so, but the great majority are locally distributed, at least to some extent.
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Chapter Two
Key to Vertebrate Classes, Orders, Families, and Species
Key To Vertebrate Classes
1. Mouth provided with jaws, or surrounded by black, horny mandibles,
or tail longer and deeper than body; one or 2 pairs of appendages (fins or limbs) usually present ........................ 2
Mouth without jaws, permanently open and rounded; tail not longer and deeper than body; paired appendages lacking..............
........................................ agnatha, p. 10
2. Paired appendages (if present) finlike, with long, slender, closely
paralleled skeletal elements; also median, unpaired fins of similar
structure; gill openings present ............................ 3
Paired appendages (if present) limblike, with a single bone in the first segment of each; median fins (if present) without skeletal support; gill openings usually absent ..................... 4
3. Gill openings (at least 5) exposed; mouth ventral and crescent-
shaped ............................chondrichthyes, p. 10
Gill openings covered by a usually hardened flap, the operculum; mouth usually terminal, sometimes superior or inferior.........
....................................OSTEICHTHYES, p. 11
4. Epidermal derivatives (claws, scales, feathers, hair) entirely lacking;
limbs not paddlelike ...................... amphibia, p. 42
Skin covered, at least in part, with scales (plates), feathers, or hair, and digits provided with claws, nails, or hoofs; or forelimbs paddlelike and hind limbs lacking............................. 5
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5. Skin entirely covered with scales or enlarged plates; hair or feathers
never present; limbs sometimes lacking ....... reptilia, p. 57
With feathers or hair inserted on some parts of head or body; scales
usually localized, if present; at least one pair of limbs present____
......................................................... 6
6. Head and body covered with feathers; scales usually present on hind
limbs; teeth lacking .......................... aves, p. 77
Partly (usually almost entirely) covered with hair; scales rarely
present, but widespread in one group; teeth usually present......
..................................... mammalia, p. 134
Class Agnatha
order petromyzontiformes: I. Family Petromyzontidae, Lampreys.1
1. Dorsal fins not united; body mottled; length up to 90 cm..........
.................... Sea Lamprey (Petromyzon marinus), sp.l
Dorsal fin continuous, though sometimes notched; body unicolored;
length under 15 cm ........................................
........ Southern Brook Lamprey (Ichthyomyzon gagei),2 sp.2
Class ChondrichthyesOrders and Families
1. Dorsoventrally flattened (or triangular in cross section), with eyes
dorsal and gill openings ventral; anal fin lacking.............
............................................. rajiformes, 2
Body terete; gill openings lateral; anal fin present................
......................... squaliformes: Carcharhinidae, II
2. With an extended, flattened rostrum and laterally protruding teeth;
body triangular in cross section ................Pristidae, III
Without a saw-shaped snout; body flattened......Dasyatidae, IV
order squaliformes: II. Family Carcharhinidae, Requiem Sharks.
1. With well-defined labial grooves extending forward from the corners of the mouth (Plate 1-1); distance between, nostrils scarcely, if
any, greater than that from either nostril to tip of snout........
Atlantic Sharp-nosed Shark (Rhizoprionodon terraenovae), sp.3 Without well-defined labial grooves at corners of mouth; distance between nostrils at least 30% greater than that from either nostril to tip of snout..........Bull Shark (Carcharhinus leucas), sp.4
1. The families and orders in the following sections of this book are consecutively numbered, families with Roman numerals and species with Arabic numerals (preceded by *'sp.'*).
2. The occurrence of the Least Brook Lamprey, Lampetra aepyptera, in the Yellow River drainage of Alabama, may also be expected in Florida (Smith-Vaniz, 1968).
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order rajiformes: III. Family Pristidae, Sawfishes.
1. With more than 22 pairs of teeth ..............................
............... Small-toothed Sawfish (Pristis pectinatus), sp.5
With fewer than 22 pairs of teeth ................*.............
................Large-toothed Sawfish (Pristis perotteti), sp.6
order rajiformes: IV. Family Dasyatidae, Sting Rays.
1. Contour of body rhomboidal; width at least 20% greater than
distance from tip of snout to posterior tip of pectoral fin ......
.................. Southern Sting Ray (Dasyatis sabina), sp.8
Posterior contour of body almost semicircular; width about equal to
length (not exceeding it by more than 10%) ..................
................Atlantic Sting Ray (Dasyatis americana), sp.7
Class OsteichthyesOrders and Families
1. Tail heterocercal (never square or notched); gular plate or snout
present (Plate 1-2)...................................... 2
Tail not heterocercal, or snout and gular plate absent .......... 4
2. Caudal fin with prominent, pointed lobes, especially dors ally; mouth
inferior; body partly covered with rows of plates ..............
...................... Acipenseriformes: Acipenseridae, V
Caudal fin asymmetrical and rounded; body covered with scales ........................................................ 3
3. Well-developed snout present; gular plate lacking ................
...................... LEPISOSTEIFORMES: LfiPISOSTEIDAE, VI
Mouth essentially unmodified; gular plate present ................
................................. amiiformes: Amiidae, VII
4. Body elongate and covered with plates; elongate snout present; anal
fin lacking........gasterosteiformes: Syngnathidae, XXVII
Body usually not covered with enlarged plates; snout usually absent; anal fin present, though sometimes conjoined with caudal...... 5
5. Body elongate and with no apparent scales; dorsal, caudal, and anal
fins continuous; pelvic fins wanting...... anguilliformes, 6
Body not remarkably elongate, usually covered with scales; dorsal, caudal, and anal fins separate; pelvic fins present............ 7
6. Lower jaw protruding beyond upper; scales embedded in skin......
........................................... Anguillidae, X
Lower jaw shorter than upper; scales lacking....................
......................................... Ophichthidae, XI
7. Extremely compressed, with one side of body unpigmented and both
eyes on the other side ................ pleuronectiformes, 8
Body not unusually compressed and both sides equally pigmented; eyes normally arranged .................................. 10
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2. Gular plate (G), isthmus (I), branchiostegal rays (B), and gill membrane (M) of Elops saurus
I vertebrates of florida
PLATE I


fishes
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8. Eyes on right side of body....................Soleidae, XLIII
Eyes on left side of body................................. 9
9. Standard length fully 3 times width of disk, excluding fins; pectoral
fins lacking.........................Cynoglossidae, XLIV
Standard length much less than 3 times width of disk; one or 2 pectoral fins present.......................Bothidae, XLII
10. Front of head depressed and provided with barbels, usually long;
body naked or covered with bony plates except on abdomen; strong
spines in pectoral fins .....................siluriformes, 23
Front of head not strongly depressed; barbels short or lacking; body usually scaly; pectoral fins without spines................. 11
11. First dorsal fin modified as a suckerlike organ; more than 30 rays in
anal fin.................perciformes: Echeneidae, XXXII
First dorsal fin not markedly modified; anal fin with fewer than 30 rays .............................................. 12
12. Body long and slender (standard length at least 10 tunes body depth);
jaws produced into a long, compressed beak; lateral line ventral ..
...................... atheriniformes: Belonidae, XXIII
Body usually not extremely long and slender; beak (if present) not deeper than wide; lateral line (if present) usually on upper half of body........................................... 13
13. Mouth of normal size and shape; 2 dorsal fins present; standard length
at least 6 times body depth; dorsal edge of pectoral fin more than halfway up side of body; one spine and at least 16 rays in anal
fin..................atheriniformes: Atherinidae, XXVI
Not with the above combination of characteristics (if one spine in anal, then less than 16 rays) .......................... 14
14. Lateral line not in evidence; only one dorsal fin present; mouth small
and superior (Plate 1-7); spines lacking; dorsal edge of pectoral fin less than half way up side of body; caudal fin not forked or
notched ......................atheriniformes (part), 15
Not with the above combination of characteristics (lateral line usually present and spines often present; caudal fin usually forked or notched) ......................................... 16
15. Anal fin rounded; third anal ray branched; length of upper jaw (from
crease) less than width of gape......Cyprinodontjdae, XXIV
Anal fin of males slender and its rays long; third anal ray not branched,
or length of upper jaw greater than width of gape..............
..................................... Poeciliidae, XXV
16. Entire head naked or granular, or spines absent............. 17
Head at least partly covered with scales; spines present, but sometimes
slender and weak....... ........................... 27
17. Gill membranes free from isthmus; at least 4 branchiostegal rays
present (Plate 1-2) ................................. 18
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Gill membranes united with isthmus; fewer than 4 branchiostegal rays .................................cypriniformes, 26
18. Gular plate present (Plate 1-2) ...............Elopiformes, 19
Gular plate absent..................................... 20
19. Last ray of dorsal fin not elongate; scales smaller than eye.........
........................................ Elopidae, VIII
Last ray of dorsal fin greatly elongate; scales larger than eye.......
...................................... Megalopidae, IX
20. Ventral contour rounded in cross section; dorsal fin on posterior half
Of body .............................salmon i formes, 21
Ventral contour angular (ridged) in cross section; dorsal fin about middle of body.........................clupeiformes, 22
21. Large (length of adults exceeding 15 cm); snout flattened like a duck's
bill; caudal fin forked......................Esocidae, XIV
Small (length of adults about 8 cm); snout blunt; caudal fin rounded ........................................ Umbridae, XV
22. Mouth inferior; angle of jaws extending posterior to position of eyes;
ventral scales not serrate.................Engraulidae, XIII
Mouth terminal or superior (rarely somewhat inferior); angle of jaws
not extending behind level of eye; ventral scales serrate.........
....................................... Clupeidae, XII
23. Body covered with bony plates; mouth ventral, with lips disklike
..................................... loricariidae, XX
Body naked; mouth usually terminal or nearly so; lips not disklike .............................................. 24
24. Dorsal and anal fins very long (more than 50% of total length) and
without spines ...........................Clariidae, XIX
Bases of dorsal and anal fins short, the dorsal with a strong spine .................................................. 25
25. Nostrils without barbels; total of 4 or 6 barbels present; primarily
marine ................................... Ariidae, XXI
Posterior nostrils provided with 2 barbels; total of 8 barbels; freshwater fishes.......................... Ictaluridae, XVIII
26. Mouth ventral, with thickened, fleshy lips; more than 10 dorsal rays;
barbels and spines lacking..............Catostomidae, XVII
Mouth usually terminal, the lips not greatly thickened; not more
than 10 dorsal rays unless dorsal spine or barbels present.......
...................................... Cyprinidae, XVI
27. Anus far forward (between bases of pelvic fins, or anterior to them);
7 rays in pelvic fin......................................
..................percopsiformes: Aphredoderidae, XXII
Anus normally located; not more than 6 rays in pelvic fin..........
.........................................perciformes, 28
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28. Pectoral fins at least midway up sides of body; caudal fin deeply
forked..................................Mugilidae, XL
Pectoral fins closer to ventral than to dorsal midline, or caudal fin not forked ......................................... 29
29. Dorsal spines slender and flexible; gill membranes joined to isthmus
.........................................Gobiidae, XLI
Dorsal spines stiff; gill membranes usually free from isthmus.... 30
30. Front teeth shaped like human incisors and often protruding.......
....................................Sparidae, XXXVII
Front teeth not incisorlike.............................. 31
31. Scales minute; 2 dorsal fins; anal and second dorsal fins very long
(about 35-40% of standard length); peduncle very slender; with
2 free anal spines....................Carangidae, XXXIII
Not with the above combination of characteristics........... 32
32. Lateral line extending without interruption to end of caudal fin.....
(Plate 1-3) ........................................ 33
Lateral line absent or not extending far onto caudal fin....... 34
33. Bases of dorsal and anal fins covered with a scaly sheath; lower jaw
protruding; one or more spines on operculum.................
................................. Centropomidae, XXVIII
No scaly sheath covering bases of dorsal and anal fins; lower jaw
usually not protruding; no spines on operculum................
.................................. Sciaenidae, XXXVm
34. Dorsal fin single...................................... 35
With 2 separate dorsal fins............................. 39
35. Lateral line interrupted and displaced near soft dorsal fin; only one
pair of nostrils........................Cichlidae, XXXLX
Lateral line absent or continuous; 2 pairs of nostrils......... 36
36. Premaxillary protractile outward and downward from sheath in skull
for distance equal to or exceeding diameter of eye (Plate 1-4);
first dorsal spine less than 20% length of second...............
.....................................Gerreidae, XXXV
Premaxillary not more than normally protractile; first dorsal spine more than 20% of second............................ 37
37. With at least one enlarged, fanglike front tooth on each side of the
upper jaw...........................Lutjanidae, XXXIV
Front teeth of upper jaw all of about equal size............. 38
38. Second anal spine much thicker than third......................
................................. Pomadasyidae, XXXVI
Second anal spine not thicker* than the third....................
........................... ...... Centrarchidae, XXX
39. With 3 strongly graduated anal spines .... Percichthyidae, XXIX With less than 3 anal spines..................Perctdae, XXXI
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order acipenseriformes: V. Family Acipenseridae, Sturgeons.
1. Anterior edge of anal fin directly below that of dorsal fin..........
..........Short-nosed Sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum), sp.10
Anterior edge of anal fin well behind that of dorsal fin............
............. Atlantic Sturgeon (Acipenser oxyrhynchus), sp.9
order lepisosteiformes: VI. family LEPISOSTE1DAE, Gars.
1. Length of snout (measured to angle of jaws) less than that of rest of
head (angle of jaws to back edge of operculum)...............
...................Alligator Gar (Lepisosteus spatula), sp.ll
Length of snout greater than that of remainder of head........ 2
2. Snout length more than twice length of remainder of head.........
.................Long-nosed Gar (Lepisosteus osseus), sp.14
Snout length not more than twice length of rest of head........ 3
3. Isthmus, at least, scaled....................................
................Florida Gar (Lepisosteus platyrhincus), sp.13
Breast and isthmus not scaled...............................
...................Spotted Gar (Lepisosteus oculatus), sp.12
order amiiformes: VII. Family Amiidae, Bowfins. One species......
................................Bowfin (Amia calva), sp.15
order elopiformes: VIII. Family Elopidae, Ladyfishes. One species in Florida.......................Ladyfish (Elops saurus), sp.16
order elopiformes: IX. Family Megalopidae, Tarpons. One species in Florida...................Tarpon (Megalops atlantica), sp.17
order anguilliformes: X. Family Anguillidae, Freshwater Eels. One species in Florida......American Eel (Anguilla rostrata), sp.18
order anguilliformes: XI. Family Ophichthidae, Snake Eels. One
species in Florida fresh water.................................
.................Speckled Worm Eel (Myrophis punctatus)* sp.19
order clupeiformes: XII. Family Clupeidae, Herrings and Shad.
1. Posterior ray of dorsal fin greatly elongate................... 2
Posterior ray of dorsal fin not elongate...................... 3
2. With 29 to 35 rays in anal fin; mouth almost ventral.............
................Gizzard Shad (Dorosoma cepedianum)t sp.29
With 17 to 25 rays in anal fin; mouth terminal..................
.................Threadfin Shad (Dorosoma petenense), sp.30
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1
3. Visible portion of scales rounded or angular on posterior margin
and its width almost equal to its depth...................... 7
Visible portion of most scales vertically arranged, its depth more than twice its width ..................................... 4
4. Origin of dorsal fin more anterior than that of pelvics; most scales
with smooth edges; maximum length about 15 cm ............
................ Scaled Sardine (Harengula pensacolae), sp.28
Origin of dorsal fin more posterior than that of pelvics; scales with irregular edges; maximum length of adults much more than 15 cm ......................................................... 5
5. With fewer than 58 oblique scale rows along one side of body.....
......................................................... 6
With more than 58 oblique scale rows per side ................
.................... Yellowfin Shad (Brevoortia smithi), sp.27
6. Appressed pectoral fin usually reaching to within 2 scale rows of
pelvic base; maximum depth of body near operculum; Gulf of
Mexico......Large-scaled Menhaden (Brevoortia patronus), sp.26
Appressed pectoral fin falling at least 3 scales short of pelvic base; maximum body depth near tip of pectoral fin; Atlantic Coast .............. Atlantic Menhaden (Brevoortia tyrannus), sp.25
7. Peritoneum dark.....Blue-backed Herring (Alosa aestivalis), sp.22
Peritoneum not dark ....................................... 8
8. Teeth present at tip of upper jaw ..............................
.................Skipjack Herring (Alosa chrysochloris), sp.20
Teeth entirely lacking ...................................... 9
9. Lower jaw protruding beyond upper, producing a superior mouth
...................... Hickory Shad (Alosa mediocris), sp.21
Upper and lower jaws almost equally protruding.............. 10
10. With about 60 gill rakers on lower arm of first gill arch (see Plate 1-5 for a gill arch); one or more dark spots in a longitudinal row
behind operculum.....American Shad (Alosa sapidissima)y sp.23
With about 40 gill rakers on lower arm of first gill arch; only one dark spot behind operculum, sometimes followed by a continuous dark streak .......... Alabama Shad (Alosa alabamae), sp.24
order clupeiformes: XIII. Family Engraulidae, Anchovies.
1. With 25 or more rays in anal fin; silvery stripe indistinct and its
width less than diameter of eye ..............................
...................... Bay Anchovy (Anchoa mitchiUi), sp.32
With less than 25 rays in anal fin; silvery stripe conspicuous and its
width at least as great as diameter of eye ....................
................... Striped Anchovy (Anchoa hepsetus)s sp.31
order salmoniformes: XIV. Family Esocidae, Pickerels.
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6. Lower lateral and underside of head divided internally into large
cuboidal chambers which are externally visible ................
.............. Silver-jawed Minnow (Ericymba buccata), sp.52
No large cuboidal chambers in head ......................... 7
7. Anal fin with 13 or more rays; lateral line markedly decurved.....
.............. Golden Shiner (Notemigonus crysoleucas) sp.36
Anal fin with less than 13 rays; lateral line usually not decurved ......................................................... 8
8. Mouth small and oblique (almost vertical), extending half, or less
than half, the distance to the eye; dorsal fin typically with 9 rays;
scales below lateral line strongly outlined in black..............
............. Pug-nosed Minnow (Opsopoeodus emiliae)y sp.57
Mouth not small, extending to, or almost to, the eye; dorsal fin typically with 8 rays .................................... 9
9. Anal fin with 10 to 12 rays................................ 10
Anal fin with 7 or 8 rays (rarely 9) ........................ 14
10. Dorsum finely scaled (22 or more scales between origin of dorsal
fin and posterior margin of head) ........................
................Blacktip Shiner (Notropis atrapiculus), sp.37
Dorsum coarsely scaled (less than 22 scales between origin of dorsal fin and posterior margin of head) ........................ 11
11. Lateral stripe narrow and light, absent or almost absent anteriad;
typically with more than 37 scales in lateral line ..............
.................... Bandfin Shiner (Notropis zonistius), sp.38
Lateral stripe broad and dark, extending to or onto the head; typically with fewer than 37 scales in lateral line ........... 12
12. Body along base of anal fin darkly pigmented ..................
.................. Dusky Shiner (Notropis cummingsae), sp.44
Body along base of anal fin not darkly pigmented ............ 13
13. Predorsal streak dark and conspicuous; dorsal fin membranes typically
with much dark pigment, concentrated on membranes between
first 3 rays in young specimens ..............................
.................Sailfin Shiner (Notropis hypsehpterus), sp.42
Predorsal streak faint or absent; dorsal fin membranes with little or no dark pigment, usually concentrated along margins of rays if present............Flagfin Shiner (Notropis signipinnis), sp.43
14. Lateral line complete ..................................... 15
Lateral line incomplete .................................... 21
15. Anal fin typically with 7 rays .............................. 16
Anal fin typically with 8 rays (occasionally 9) ................ 18
16. Mouth inferior; lateral stripe and basicaudal spot obscure or absent
.............. Long-nosed Shiner (Notropis longirostris), sp.50
Mouth terminal or subterminal; lateral stripe and basicaudal spot conspicuous ............................................ 17
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17. Scales in first one or 2 rows below anterior portion of lateral line
outlined in dark pigment; pigmentation in anal fin concentrated along last 3 or 4 rays; a dark spot on dorsum at origin of dorsal
fin..................Weed Shiner (Notropis texanus), sp.46
Scales in first one to 2 rows below anterior lateral line not outlined in dark pigment; pigmentation in anal fin not concentrated along last 3-4 rays, but scattered along margins of all rays; no spot on
dorsum at origin of dorsal fin................................
.................... Coastal Shiner (Notropis petersoni), sp.47
18. Basicaudal spot large and dark (more than half diameter of orbit
................ Black-tailed Shiner (Notropis venustus), sp.41
Basicaudal spot less than half diameter of orbit and often light or obsolete ............................................... 19
19. Lateral stripe of silvery pigment, continuing onto head; (intestine
long and convoluted into many coils) ......................
.................. Cypress Minnow (Hybognathus hayi), sp.51
Lateral stripe of dark pigment, becoming faint anteriorly; (intestine essentially straight) ..................................... 20
20. Anterior lateral-line pores outlined above and below in dark pigment;
a decurved, crescent-shaped row of melanophores extending from anterior orbit of eye to premaxillary; dorsal fin pigmentation restricted to membrane around first dorsal ray in young specimens; light pigmentation scattered throughout dorsal membranes in
mature specimens .........................................
.............. Blue-striped Shiner (Notropis callitaenia), sp.39
Anterior lateral-line pores not outlined above and below in dark pigment; no crescent-shaped row of melanophores between orbit and premaxillary; dorsal fin pigmentation restricted to membranes between first 3 dorsal rays in young specimens; mature specimens with pigment concentrated in a dark, horizontal slash through the dorsal fin......... Ohoopee Shiner (Notropis leedsi), sp.40
21. No dark pigment in mouth; basicaudal spot round, and its diameter
much greater than width of lateral stripe ......................
................. Tail-light Shiner (Notropis maculatus), sp.49
Much dark pigment in mouth (concentrated on oral valves); basicaudal spot not round and little, if any, wider than lateral stripe ........................................................ 22
22. Basicaudal spot smaller than diameter of orbit of eye; scale rows
below lateral stripe without pigmentation; males without blue in
life; fins unmodified ........................................
.............. Iron-colored Shiner (Notropis chalybaeus), sp.45
Basicaudal spot at least as wide as diameter of orbit; scale rows below lateral stripe with dark pigment (heavily pigmented in males, but only outlined in females); mature males (in life) with
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a strikingly blue nose and enlarged, darkly pigmented dorsal and anal fins...........Blue-nosed Shiner (Notropis welaka), sp.48
order cypriniformes: XVII. Family Catostomidae, Suckers.
1. Base of dorsal fin very long (at least one-third of standard length),
and the anterior rays more than twice as long as the posterior
......................................................... 2
Dorsal fin of normal proportions (not more than 20% of standard length) and the length of its rays diminishing gradually pos-teriad ................................................... 3
2. Lower lip angular, with a nipple or point at its center (Plate 1-8);
angle of jaws posterior to nostril ............................
................ Highfin Carpsucker (Carpiodes velifer), sp.60
Lower lip curved and without a nipple at center; angle of jaws directly below nostril.....Quillback (Carpiodes cyprinus), sp.59
3. With longitudinal rows of black spots on sides, sometimes faint;
lateral line incomplete ......................................
................ Spotted Sucker (Minytrema melanops), sp.63
No longitudinal rows of black spots, though sometimes a single, interrupted stripe; lateral line complete or absent............ 4
4. Lateral line present ........................................ 5
Lateral line absent ......................................... 7
5. Maximum depth more than 25% of standard length; width of lower
lip at least as great as diameter of eye........................
............ River Redhorse (Moxostoma carinatum), sp.l98H
Depth not more than 25% of standard length; width of lower lip less than diameter of eye ................................. 6
6. Lower lobe of caudal fin evenly colored ........................
........................? Redhorse (Moxostoma sp.),1 sp.61
Lower lobe of caudal fin with contrasting black and white........
........ Black-tailed Redhorse (Moxostoma poecilurum), sp.62
7. First ray of dorsal fin at least 20% longer than base of dorsal,
producing a concave or straight posterior margin of fin (Plate
II-l) .......... Sharpfin Chubsucker (Erimyzon tenuis), sp.64
First ray of dorsal fin about same length as dorsal base (not more than 10% longer); dorsal fin rounded posteriad ............ 8
8. Oblique scale rows along side not more than 38; depth of body at
pectoral base less than that at pelvic base ....................
.................. Lake Chubsucker (Erimyzon sucetta), sp.65
More than 38 oblique scale rows along side; depth of body at pectoral base at least as great as at pelvic base (except in very
1. Moxostoma duquesnei of some authors.
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small specimens) ..........................................
................Creek Chubsucker (Erimyzon oblongus), sp.66
order siluriformes: XVIII. Family Ictaluridae, Freshwater Catfishes.1 1. Adipose fin free (posterior end not fused to back or connected to
caudal fin) .............................................. 2
Adipose fin adnate (fused to back and caudal fin, or separated from
caudal fin by a slight or incomplete notch; Plate 11-2) ........ 7
2. Tail forked ............................................... 3
Tail emarginate or rounded, but never truly forked ............ 4
3. Width of gape greater than length of snout; bony ridge from head to
origin of dorsal fin not quite complete; lobes of tail rounded; no
distinct dark spots on body; anal rays usually 21 to 24..........
........................ White Catfish (Ictalurus catus), sp.72
Width of gape equal to or less than length of snout; bony ridge unbroken from head to origin of dorsal fin; lobes of caudal fin usually pointed, with upper lobe longer than lower; few to many
dark spots usually present on body; anal rays 20 to 30..........
.................. Channel Catfish (Ictalurus punctatus), sp.71
4. Chin barbels at least partly white, lacking melanophores; body
uniform; anal rays 25 or more; length of eye about 10% (in
large specimens) to 12% that of head .......................
.................... Yellow Bullhead (Ictalurus natalis)y sp.70
Chin barbels dark, or at least sprinkled with melanophores; body mottled or spotted; anal rays 24 or fewer; length of eye about 12% (large specimens) or more that of head ............... 5
5. Upper and lower jaws about equal in length; color pattern of irregular
dark mottling on light background ...........................
.................. Brown Bullhead (Ictalurus nebulosus)7 sp.69
Upper jaw projecting beyond lower; body speckled or uniform..... 6
6. Fine serrations on pectoral spines; anal rays usually 16 to 20 (to 22
in St. Johns River); pectoral fins without narrow black margins;
olive green in life.....Snail Bullhead (Ictalurus brunneus),2 sp.67
Strong serrations on pectoral spines; anal rays usually 20 to 24; pectoral (and other) fins with a narrow black margin, and body
dark with rounded fight spots ...............................
.............. Spotted Bullhead (Ictalurus serracanthus), sp.68
7. Median fins heavily speckled; width of head about 20% of standard
length........Speckled Madtom (Noturus leptacanthus), sp.74
Median fins uniformly brown or black; width of head more than 20% of standard length .................................. 8
1. The anal ray counts in this section of the Key include all rudiments.
2. Formerly considered identical with the Flat Bullhead, Ictalurus platy-cephalus, which species is now thought not to occur in Florida.
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1. Dorsal fin of Erimyzon tenuis
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8. Upper jaw protruding beyond lower; with more than 18 anal rays
.................... Black Madtom (Noturus junebris), sp.75
Upper and lower jaws of about equal length; anal rays 14 to 16.....
................... Tadpole Madtom (Noturus gyrinus), sp.73
order siluriformes: XIX. Family Clarjidae, Ciariid Catfishes. One species in Florida........Walking Catfish (Clarias batrachus), sp.76
order siluriformes: XX, Family Lxhucariidae, Armored Catfishes. One species in Florida.....Armored Catfish (Hypostomus sp.), sp.860
order siluriformes: XXI. Family Ariidae, Sea Catfishes.
1, With long filaments on dorsal and pectoral fins and only 2 barbels on
lower jaw .......... Gafftopsail Catfish (Bagre marinus), sp.77
No long filaments on fins, but with 4 barbels on lower jaw........
.............................. Sea Catfish (Arius felis), sp.78
order percopsiformes: XXII. Family Aphredoderidae, Pirate Perches.
One species in Florida .........................................
...................... Pirate Perch (Aphredoderus sayamts), sp.79
order atheriniformes: XXIII. Family Belonidae, Needlefishes,
1. Peduncle keeled laterally and not deeper than wide ..............
............... Atlantic Needlefish (Strongylura marina), sp.80
Peduncle compressed and without a lateral keel..................
......................... Timucu (Strongylura timucu), sp.81
order atheriniformes: XXIV. Family Cyprinodontidae, KiUifishes.
1. Standard length less than 3 times body depth.................. 2
Standard length at least 3 times body depth ................... 5
2. Humeral scale greatly enlarged, its depth about twice that of
surrounding scales (Plate II-3); caudal fin square-tipped, its central
rays not longer than adjacent ones ...........................
...........Sheepshead Minnow (Cyprinodon variegatus), sp.98
No enlarged humeral scale; caudal fin somewhat rounded, its central rays slightly longer than adjacent ones ...................... 3
3. Base of dorsal fin at least 25% of standard length; black spots present
on sides (and on dorsal fin of males) ........................
........................ Flagfish (Jordanella fhridae), sp.101
Base of dorsal fin less than 25% of standard length; without conspicuous black spots .................................. 4
4. Dorsal fin extending farther anterior than pelvics; body marked
with conspicuous vertical bars ..............................
......................Diamond Killifish (Adinia xenica), sp.85
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Dorsal and pelvic fins extending equally far forward; conspicuous
vertical bars lacking ........................................
........... Gold-spotted Killifish (Floridichthys carpio), sp.100
5. Humeral scale almost twice depth of nearby scales (Plate II-3).....
............ Lake Eustis Minnow (Cyprinodon hubbsi), sp.99
Scales in humeral region of uniform size ...................... 6
6. With an isolated, rounded black spot on peduncle; dorsal rays fewer
than 8, or lateral scale count less than 30 and dorsal rays 8.....
................ Pygmy Killifish (Lepiolucania ommata), sp.84
No rounded black spot on peduncle unless connected to a longitudinal stripe; dorsal rays at least 10 if lateral scale count is less
than 30 ................................................ 7
7. Eye relatively small, its length less than that of snout; length of head at least 4 times that of eye (or slightly less if total length under
50 mm) ................................................ 8
Length of head less than 4 times that of eye (often more if total length more than 100 mm) ............................ 9
8. Snout long, and its profile flattened or concave; length of eye not
more than 50% that of snout in adults; lateral scale count about
33 ..............Long-nosed Killifish (Fundulus similis), sp.90
Profile of snout flattened or convex; length of eye usually more than
50% that of snout in adults; lateral scale count about 36.......
.................. Striped Killifish (Fundulus majalis), sp.91
9. With a broad, continuous, dark stripe on each side ........... 10
Black stripes usually lacking or numerous; if single, then interrupted ................................................. 11
10. Central caudal rays not longer than adjacent ones; often with blue
on fins in life; origin of dorsal fin anterior to that of anal fin.....
.................... Bluefin Killifish (Lucania goodei), sp.83
Caudal fin rounded, with central rays longest; no blue in fins in life;
origin of dorsal fin posterior to that of anal ...................
........ Black-spotted Topminnow (Fundulus olivaceus), sp.97
11. Scales along side of body 50 or more; about 17 rays in dorsal fin
................ Seminole Killifish (Fundulus seminolis), sp.89
Lateral scale count less than 40; less than 15 rays in dorsal fin.....
........................................................ 12
12. With one or 2 longitudinal rows of spots along sides;1 lateral scale
count usually less than 33..................................
............Salt-marsh Topminnow (Fundulus jenkinsi), sp.86
Several, or no, longitudinal streaks or rows of spots along sides; lateral scale count usually more than 33 .................. 13
1. Some specimens from Pensacola presently referred to F. jenkinsi have no conspicuous markings of any kind.
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13. With a dark area around or below the eye and several longitudinal
streaks or rows of spots on body (rarely absent; also, vertical bars may be present); caudal fin long and rounded, its length at least
twice depth of peduncle ................................ 14
No prominently darkened area around eye; no longitudinal streaks or rows of spots; caudal fin not more than slightly rounded, and its length less than twice depth of peduncle ................ 15
14. Body depth at least 20% of standard length; dark area extending
below eye for distance almost equal to diameter of eye; longitudinal streaks often broken into rows of spots; scales along side
of body 34 to 36 ..........................................
........... Northern Starhead Minnow (Fundulus notti), sp.95
Body depth less than 20% of standard length; dark area extending scarcely, if at all, below orbit; longitudinal streaks typically unbroken; scales along sides 32 to 34 ..........................
.......Southern Starhead Minnow (Fundulus Uneolatus), sp.96
15. Less than 30 scales along side of body; without conspicuous mark-
ings (except males in life); maximum length less than 50 mm
................ Rainwater Killifish (Lucania parva), sp.82
More than 30 scales along side of body; usually with dark vertical bars or other conspicuous markings; maximum length 50 mm or
more .................................................. 16
16. With 10 or 11 rays in dorsal fin and usually more than 34 oblique
scale rows; maximum length more than 65 mm..............17
With 7 to 9 dorsal rays and usually less than 34 oblique rows of scales; maximum length about 65 mm .................... 19
17. With a discrete black spot on dorsal fin (female) or some of the
dark vertical bars joining one another on sides of body (males); usually with longitudinal rows of black spots on dorsum; no light
spots; maximum length about 100 mm........................
................. Marsh Killifish (Fundulus confluentus), sp.92
No discrete black spot on dorsal or rows of black spots anterior to it; dark vertical bars not joining unless dorsally; large specimens usually with light spots; maximum length about 150 mm..... 18
18. With 4 pairs of mandibular pores and at least 18 predorsal scales
.................. Mummichog (Fundulus heteroclitus) sp.87
With 5 pairs of mandibular pores (Plate II-4) and less than 18 predorsal scales....... Gulf Killifish (Fundulus grandis), sp.88
19. Origin of dorsal fin posterior to that of anal fin; usually less than
12 dark vertical bars (none in females); golden flecks on body
in life........ Golden Topminnow (Fundulus chrysotus), sp.94
Origin of dorsal fin directly above that of anal; usually more than 12 dark vertical bars (though faint anteriad); without gold flecks in life.........Banded Topminnow (Fundulus cingulatus), sp.93
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order atheriniformes: XXV. Family Poeciliidae, Live-bearers.1
1. Length of upper jaw (from crease at its base, dorsally) greater than
width of gape; a single dark spot at base of caudal rays.........
.................. Pike Killifish (Belonesox belizanus), sp.106
Length of upper jaw from crease less than width of gape; no discrete,
enlarged dark spot on bases of ,caudai rays.................. 2
2. With a single dark spot in the dorsal fin (also in anal of females),
but caudal fin clear ........................................
................. Least Killifish (Heterandria formosa), sp.104
With numerous black flecks in dorsal and caudal fins........... 3
3. Anterior portion of back heavily pigmented; dorsal rays 14 to 16
.................... Sailfin Molly {Poecilia latipinna), sp.105
Anterior portion of back only medium dark; dorsal rays 7 to 9..... 4
4. With longitudinal rows of black flecks on body; 28 to 30 oblique
scale rows ................................................
...... Mangrove Mosquitofish (Gambusia rhizophorae), sp.103
Sides of body unspotted; 30 to 32 oblique scale rows ..........
.......... Common Mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis), sp.102
order atheriniformes: XXVI. Family Atherinidae, Silversides.
1. With more than 70 scales along sides and more than 20 rays in anal
fin; standard length more than 6 times depth................
............... Brook Silverside (Labidesthes sicculus), sp.109
With less than 50 scales along sides and less than 20 rays in anal fin; standard length about 5 or 6 times depth............... 2
2. Edges of scales scalloped or ragged (Plate II-5) .................
................Rough Silverside (Membras martinica), sp.108
Edges of scales smooth.......................................
.............. Tidewater Silverside (Menidia berylUna), sp.107
order gasterosteiformes: XXVII. Family Syngnathidae, Pipefishes and Seahorses.
1. Vent and dorsal fin closer to tip of snout than to caudal fin......
................... Gulf Pipefish (Syngnathus scovelli), sp.110
Vent and dorsal fin closer to caudal fin than to tip of snout.......
.............. Opossum Pipefish (Oostethus lineatus), sp.lll
order perciformes: XXVIII. Family Centropomidae, Snooks. 1. Pelvic fin, when appressed, reaching beyond vent.............. 2
1. For species recently established in Florida see the Addenda following the mammal section of Chapter Three.
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Appressed pelvic fin falling short of vent in adults or barely reaching
it in young............................................
...........Common Snook (Centropomus undecimalis), sp.112
2. Lateral-fine scales 80 or more; gill rakers less than 14; anal rays
usually 6........Little Snook (Centropomus parallelus), sp.114
Lateral-line scales 70 or fewer; gill rakers 15 or more; anal rays 7 .............Tarpon Snook (Centropomus pectinatus), sp.l 13
order perciformes: XXIX. Family Percichthyidae, Temperate Basses.
1. Second anal spine not more than one-fifth of head length and less
than half length of longest anal ray.........................
.....................Striped Bass (Morone saxatilis), sp.l 15
Second anal spine about one-third of head length and at least half
length of longest anal ray.................................
.....................White Bass (Morone chrysops), sp.l 16
order perciformes: XXX. Family Centrarchidae, Sunfishes.
1. Lateral line absent; length not exceeding 50 mm.............. 2
Lateral line present; adults more than 50 mm long............ 4
2. Dorsal spines 5; with a dark spot on body near tip of pectoral fin;
males not blue in life; with 7 or more dark vertical bars.........
............Banded Pygmy Sunfish (Elassoma zonatum), sp.117
Dorsal spines 3 or 4; no dark spot on side; males with blue in life; with 5 or fewer dark vertical bars (sometimes none) near posterior end ............................................... 3
3. Top of head without scales; tip of mouth light, contrasting with sides
of mouth; pattern blotched anteriad; caudal fin unspotted (although
light or dark) ..........................................
......Okefenokee Pygmy Sunfish (Elassoma okefenokee), sp.l 18
Top of head scaled; mouth evenly colored; anterior half of body with little or no contrast; caudal fin spotted, although sometimes only
faintly ................................................
.......Everglades Pygmy Sunfish (Elassoma evergladei), sp.l 19
4. With 5 or more spines in anal fin......................... 5
Anal spines only 3..................................... 9
5. Caudal fin rounded .......................................
................Mud Sunfish (Acantharchus pomotis), sp.137
Caudal fin notched (Fig. 1).............................. 6
6. With 11 or more dorsal spines............ ............... 7
With not more than 8 dorsal spines........................ 8
7. Anal fin at least 80% as long as dorsal; striped or with longitudinal
rows of spots..........Flier (Centrarchus macropterus), sp.140
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Anal fin much shorter than dorsal; young irregularly blotched, but
pattern becoming obscurely dark with age....................
...................Rock Bass (Ambloplites rupestris), sp.l 36
Fig. 1. External morphology of a fish (Centrarchus macropterus)
8. Dorsal spines 5 or 6; distance from first dorsal spine to rim of orbits
greater than length of dorsal base; with dark vertical bars on
sides..............White Crappie (Pomoxis annularis), sp.l39
Dorsal spines usually 7 or 8; distance from first dorsal spine to rim of orbit about same as length of dorsal base; with horizontal rows
of dark spots on sides....................................
.............Black Crappie (Pomoxis nigromaculatus), sp.l38
9. Caudal fin rounded; dark vertical bar below eye............. 10
Caudal fin notched; no dark vertical bar below eye........... 12
10. Middle dorsal spines noticeably longer than posterior ones; anterior
part of dorsal fin dark...................................
.......Black-banded Sunfish (Enneacanthus chaetodon), sp.l35
Middle and posterior dorsal spines of about equal length; front of dorsal fin not darker than remainder.................... 11
11. Not more than 18 scale rows around caudal peduncle; with light
spots on sides (blue in life); dark vertical bars lacking, or indistinct and not more than 5 in number; spinous portion of pelvic
fins very dark..........................................
.........Blue-spotted Sunfish (Enneacanthus gloriosus), sp.l34
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With 19 or more scale rows around caudal peduncle; sides marked with vertical dark bars (usually more than 5); with golden spots on sides in life; spinous portion of pelvics only medium dark ............... Banded Sunfish (Enneacanthus obesus), sp.133
12. Standard length more than 3 times body depth .............. 13
Standard length less than 3 times body depth .............. 16
13. Longest dorsal spine at least twice length of shortest posterior dorsal
spine; membranes of soft dorsal and anal fins not scaled........
............ Largemouth Bass (Micropterus salmoides), sp.123
Longest dorsal spine less than twice length of shortest posterior
dorsal spine; membranes of soft dorsal and anal fins scaly..... 14
14. With 75 or more scales along lateral line; confined (in Florida) to
Apalachicola River system ..................................
................ Red-eyed Bass (Micropterus coosae)7 sp.l22
Not more than 70 scales along lateral line.................... 15
15. Pattern typically very dark, even ventrally (underparts of adults blue
in life); no longitudinal rows of spots; depth of peduncle about 13% of standard length; about 59 to 63 scales in lateral line;
largely confined to the Suwannee River System ................
................ Suwannee Bass (Micropterus notius), sp.120
Underparts light, sometimes silvery; longitudinal rows of spots often present; depth of peduncle about 11% of standard length; 62 to
70 scales in lateral line; from north Florida northwestward .....
.............. Spotted Bass (Micropterus punctulatus), sp.121
16. Angle of jaws directly below front of eye; length of supramaxilla
greater than width of maxilla (Plate II-6) ....................
...................... Warmouth (Lepomis gulosus),1 sp.124
Angle of jaws somewhat anterior to eye; length of supramaxilla (when present) less than width of maxilla ................. 17
17. Mouth large, with posterior end of maxilla directly below front part
of eye; often with a dark spot in soft dorsal fin................
................... Green Sunfish (Lepomis cyanellus), sp.125
Mouth smaller, posterior end of maxilla rarely extending to (and never below) the eye; most species without a dark spot in soft dorsal .................................................... 18
18. Pectoral fin long and pointed, with rays 3 to 6 much longer than
others and, when appressed, almost reaching to origin of first dorsal fin (length of pectoral usually at least 30% of standard length;
if not, then with a dark spot in soft dorsal fin) ............. 19
Pectoral fin shorter and more rounded, with rays 3 to 6 not the longest and usually not reaching near origin of first dorsal fin
1. A hybrid population between this species and the Bluegill has been found in Jackson County (Birdsong and Yerger, 1967).
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when appressed (length of pectoral usually less than 30% of standard length; usually no dark spot in soft dorsal) ........ 20
19. Dark opercular spot extending backward as a flap and with a light
margin (orange red in life; Plate 1II-1); gill rakers much shorter than longest gill filaments; no dark spot in soft dorsal; usually 22
lateral scale rows ..........................................
............. Red-eared Sunfish (Lepomis microlophus), sp.l27
Dark opercular spot not extending appreciably backward and without a light margin; gill rakers about as long as longest gill filaments; usually with a dark spot on soft dorsal; usually 24 lateral scale rows ................. BluegjU (Lepomis macrochirus), sp.132
20. With blackish pigment spots on body, sometimes reddish in life (not
merely dusky scales with fight margins), or eye longer than snout
........................................................ 21
Without blackish spots on body (or reddish spots in life); eye not longer than snout ...................................... 22
21. Opercular spot entirely dark; body usually heavily spotted with
black .......... Spotted Sunfish (Lepomis punctatus), sp.126
Opercular spot with a light margin; body moderately spotted if at
all (spots reddish in life) ...................................
............. Orange-spotted Sunfish (Lepomis humilis), sp.131
22. Length of pectoral fin less than 25% of standard length; 12 rays
in pectoral fin; body depth usually more than 50% of standard
length ........... Dollar Sunfish (Lepomis marginatus), sp.129
Length of pectoral fin at least 25% of standard length; usually more than 12 rays in pectoral fin; body depth usually less than 50% of standard length ...................................... 23
23. Opercular flap usually stiff and dark to posterior edge; eye slightly
shorter than snout .........................................
.............. Red-breasted Sunfish (Lepomis auritus), sp.l28
Opercular flap soft and with a light margin; eye about same length as snout......Long-eared Sunfish (Lepomis megalotis), sp.130
order perciformes: XXXI. Family Percidae, Perches and Darters.
1. Caudal fin deeply forked (depth of fork at least half length of
shortest caudal rays); northwest Florida only .............. 2
Caudal fin notched, square, or rounded ..................... 3
2. Color pattern of dark vertical bars; pelvic fins almost in contact____
.................... Yellow Perch (Perca flavescens), sp.141
Color pattern blotched; distance between pelvic fins equal to width of pelvic base ....... Sauger (Stizostedion canadense), sp.142
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1. Light margin of opercular spot in Lepomis microlophus
2. Sharply angled profile of Etheostoma stigmaeum
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FISHES
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3. Very pale, the body virtually devoid of pigment; standard length 7
times body depth; body largely naked ......................
............Naked Sand Darter (Ammocrypta beani),1 sp.146
Body scaly and pigmented, its length usually less than 7 times its depth ................................................. 4
4. Midline of belly naked or with one or 2 enlarged scales between
pelvic fins, and the posterior portion often with a single row of enlarged scales; space between pelvic fins almost equal to pelvic base; lateral line complete; anal and soft dorsal fins of about equal
area; caudal fin notched ................................ 5
Midline of belly without enlarged scales (sometimes naked); pelvic fins almost in contact; lateral line usually incomplete; area of anal fin somewhat less than that of soft dorsal; caudal fin usually not notched ................................................ 7
5. Snout decidedly longer than diameter of eye; pattern of discontinuous
vertical bars of alternating length ............................
.........'............... Logperch (Percina caprodes), sp.143
Snout length scarcely, if at all, greater than diameter of eye; blotches on sides confluent ....................................... 6
6. Distance between eyes equal to diameter of eye..................
........... Black-banded Darter (Percina nigrojasciata), sp.144
Distance between eyes less than diameter of eye.................
................ Star-gazing Darter (Percina uranidea), sp.145
7. With only one anal spine (but first soft ray sometimes unbranched);
9 anal rays; lateral line complete ............................
.................. Johnny Darter (Etheostoma nigrum), sp.149
With 2 anal spines; usually less than 9 anal rays; lateral line incomplete in most species.................................... 8
8. Lateral line almost wanting (up to 7 pored scales) ..............
............... Cypress Darter (Etheostoma proeliare), sp.l56
Lateral line extending at least to first dorsal fin................ 9
9. Profile of head angling (or curving) abruptly downward at about
45 degrees anterior to eyes (Plate III-2) .................. 10
Profile of head curved normally downward, or sloping at an angle
of much less than 45 degrees............................ 13
10. Premaxillary protractile, being separated from snout by a groove;
with W-shaped markings often present on sides ............ 11
Premaxillary not protractile, but usually connected to snout by a
ridge, the frenum; color pattern various ................... 12
1. A. asprella was collected in the Escambia River in 1974 (Hal Beecher, personal communication).
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11. With a pattern of about 10 dark lateral blotches, tending to form
vertical bars (males), or a long, free genital papilla present
(females) .................................................
..........Choctawhatchee Darter (Etheostoma davisorti), sp.148
With a pattern of smaller, scattered dark spots, some tending to form NTs or W's; genital papilla of female inconspicuous and not
extending as a free tube....................................
............ Speckled Darter (Etheostoma stigmaeum), sp.147
12. Pectoral, pelvic, and anal fins clear; anal rays 8 to 10; with 7 or 8
discrete, sometimes M-shaped, dark blotches on sides ..........
.................... Orange-sided Darter (Etheostoma sp.)1
Pectoral, pelvic, and anal fins speckled; anal rays 7 to 8; lateral blotches connected to dorsal blotches; extreme west Florida only ............... Harlequin Darter (Etheostoma histrio), sp.150
13. Breast completely scaled; lateral line light colored and conspicuous,
at least anteriad....................................... 14
Breast naked, at least anteriad; lateral line usually not whitish or conspicuous ............................................ 15
14. With about 10 dark vertical bars; lateral line nearly straight, yellow-
ish in life .................................................
.......... Gold-striped Darter (Etheostoma parvipinne), sp.152
With dark blotches of irregular size and distribution; lateral line
arched, not yellowish in life ................................
................ Swamp Darter (Etheostoma fusiforme), sp.155
15. Lateral line virtually complete, with not more than 4 unpored scales;
with a marked depression at back of head ................. 16
Lateral line incomplete (7 to 14 unpored scales); no depression at back of head......Brown Darter (Etheostoma edwini), sp.153
16. Very dark, except midventrally; confined to Choctawhatchee Bay
drainage..... Okaloosa Darter (Etheostoma okaloosae), sp.154
With small, rounded spots tending to form longitudinal rows on a
light background; Apalachicola River westward ...............
.................... Gulf Darter (Etheostoma swaini), sp.151
order perciformes: XXXII. Family Echeneidae, Remoras. One
species in Florida fresh water ...............................
.................... Sharksucker (Echeneis naucrates), sp.157
order perciformes: XXXIII. Family Carangidae, Jacks and Pompanos.
One species in Florida fresh water ..........................
......................Common Jack (Caranx hippos), sp.158
1. Undescribed species.
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order perciformes: XXXTV. Family Lutjanidae, Snappers.
1. Body depth less than 40% of standard length; more than 47 scales
along lateral line; profile of snout usually convex..............
.................... Gray Snapper (Lutjanus griseus), sp.159
Body depth more than 40% of standard length; less than 47 scales
along lateral line; profile of snout concave or straight..........
..................... Schoolmaster (Lutjanus apodus), sp.l60
order perciformes: XXXV. Family Gerreidae, Mojarras.
1. Second anal spine obviously thickened; longest dorsal spines about
twice length of its longest rays; maximum length 200 mm or
more ................................................... 2
Second anal spine not appreciably thickened; longest dorsal spines and rays about equally long; maximum length about 125 mm ............ Spotfin Mojarra (Eucinostomus argenteus), sp.161
2. Preopercle serrate ventrally (Plate III-3); second anal spine greatly
thickened and projecting far beyond second and subsequent anal
rays.........Irish Pompano (Diapterus olisthostomus), sp.163
Preopercle not serrate; second anal spine only moderately thickened
and not projecting far beyond anal rays......................
..................Yellowfin Mojarra (Gerres cinereus), sp.l62
order perciformes: XXXVI. Family Pomadasyidae, Grunts.
1. Anal fin short, with 6 or 7 soft rays; dorsal fin decidedly notched, its
spines thickened ...........................................
.................... Burro Grunt (Pomadasys crocro), sp.l64
Anal fin long, with 11 to 13 rays; dorsal fin low, only slightly notched ............ Pigfish (Orthopristis chrysopterus), sp.l65
order perciformes: XXXVII. Family Sparidae, Porgies,
1. With a pattern of strongly contrasting, black vertical bars; not more
than 50 scales along lateral line .............................
..........Sheepshead (Archosargus probatocephalus),A sp.167
Black vertical bars, if present, not strongly contrasting with ground color; more than 50 scales in lateral line................... 2
2. With a large black spot on peduncle and none above base of pec-
toral fin; scales along lateral line less than 60 ..............
..............Spot-tailed Pinfish (Diplodus holbrooki), sp.168
With a dark spot above base of pectoral fin, but no well-defined
spot on penduncle; more than 60 scales along sides............
....................... Pinfish (Lagodon rhomboides), sp.l66
1. This widely accepted form of the common name, like that of the Sheepshead Minnow, is improperly spelled.
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order perciformes: XXXVIII. Family Sciaenidae, Drums.
1. Snout pointed, with lower jaw protruding slightly beyond upper;
rounded black spots on body and fins ........................
.............. Spotted Seatrout (Cynoscion nebulosus), sp.170
Snout blunt, with upper jaw protruding slightly beyond lower; mostly without rounded black spots on body ...................... 2
2. With barbels on chin ...................................... 3
No barbels on chin ........................................ 4
3. Standard length more than 3 times body depth; more than 25 rays
in soft dorsal fin; color pattern mottled or speckled ............
............ Atlantic Croaker (Micropogon undulatus), sp.174
Standard length less than 3 times body depth; less than 25 rays in
soft dorsal; about 5 dark vertical bars in young ...............
...................... Black Drum (Pogonias cromis), sp.173
4. Central rays of caudal fin shorter than adjacent ones; about 15
oblique bars on sides (yellowish in life) and a dark spot behind
operculum; no teeth in lower jaw ............................
........................ Spot (Leiostomus xanthurus), sp.172
Central rays of caudal fin longer than adjacent ones; ground color reddish or silvery in life, without oblique yellowish bars; teeth present in both jaws ..................................... 5
5. Ground color reddish (in life), with one or more black spots at or
near base of caudal fin .....................................
...................... Red Drum (Sciaenops ocellata), sp.171
Ground color silvery, without black spots .......................
.................... Silver Perch (Bairdieila chrysura), sp.169
order perciformes: XXXIX. Family Cichlidae, Cichlids.1
1. Soft dorsal and anal fin scaleless, or scaly only at the base; rays in
soft dorsal, 7-12; in anal, 7-11 ........................... 2
Soft dorsal and anal fins covered with small scales; 19-21 rays in
soft dorsal and 15 or 16 in anal fin ..........................
......................... Oscar (Astronotus ocellatus), sp.176
2. With a large, dark blotch at mid-body on each side and another at
base of caudal fin .........................................
........Two-spotted Cichlid (Cichlasoma bimaculatum), sp.175
No large blotches as described above, but often one each on soft
dorsal or operculum .......................................
.........Black-chinned Tilapia (Tilapia melanotheron), sp. 177
1. Other species of the Cichlidae, more recently established in Florida, are listed in the Addenda following the mammal section of Chapter Three.
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order perciformes: XL. Family Mugilidae, Mullets.
1. With adipose tissue partly covering eye (adults); no dark spot at
base of pectoral fin (immatures) .......................... 2
No visible adipose tissue around eye; dark spot at base of pectoral fin.........Mountain Mullet (Agonostomus monticola), sp.181
2. Soft dorsal and anal fins sparsely scaled; about 40 oblique scale rows
along side; sides striped in adults ............................
...................... Striped Mullet (Mugii cephalus), sp.178
Soft dorsal and anal fins fully scaled; less than 40 oblique scale rows; never striped ......... ............................ 3
3. Anal fin with 8 rays (and 3 spines); less than 35 oblique scale rows
along side........Fan-tailed Mullet (Mugil trichodon), sp.180
Anal fin with 9 rays; usually more than 35 oblique scale rows along
side; St. Johns River drainage (and salt water) ................
........................White Mullet (Mugil curema), sp.l79
order perciformes: XLI. Family Gobiidae, Gobies and Sleepers.
1. Pelvic fins united to form suctorial disk .................... 4
Pelvic fins separate ........................................ 2
2. Scales relatively large, with less than 40 along lateral line; width of
head at eyes less than its depth..............................
.................. Fat Sleeper (Dormitator maculatus), sp.l84
Scales relatively small, with 50 or more along lateral line; width of head at eyes at least as great as its depth................... 3
3. Gill openings extending anterior to position of eyes ..............
............ Big-mouth Sleeper (Gobiomorus dormitor), sp.183
Gill openings not extending anterior to position of eyes ..........
............ Spiny-cheeked Sleeper (Eleotris pisonis),1 sp.l82
4. Dorsal fins united to each other and to the caudal fin............
.............. Violet Goby (Gobioides broussonneti), sp.l98H
Dorsal fins separate from one another and from caudal fin...... 5
5. Body naked ............................................... 6
Body mostly scaly ......................................... 7
6. Visible portion of longest ventral (pelvic) rays at least twice as long
as distance from their tips to base of anal fin; general coloration light in preservative (irregular, light vertical bars on darker background in life); usually fewer than 13 dorsal and 11 anal rays.....
................. Robust Goby (Gobiosoma robustum), sp.191
Visible portion of longest ventral rays less than twice as long as distance between them and anal base; general coloration dark in
1. Formerly known as Eleotris amblyopsis. The record of Eleotris picta in the St. Johns River (Tagatz, 1968) is probably in error (Gilbert, personal communication).
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preservative; usually with regular, light vertical bars; usually at
least 13 dorsal and 11 anal rays .............................
..................... Naked Goby (Gobiosoma bosci), sp.192
7. Heavy-bodied, very dark, with a blunt snout, thick lips, and a fleshy
crest on head; fins large, almost hiding midline of body; mouth
oblique...... Crested Goby (Lophogobius cyprinoides), sp.190
Various in form and color, but with no crest on head, and mouth not markedly oblique ........................................ 8
8. With 60 or more oblique scale rows along side; snout length almost
50% of head length .,____River Goby (Awaous tajasica), sp.l88
With less than 50 oblique scale rows along side; snout about 30% of head length .......................................... 9
9. Pectoral fins with a dorsal fringe of free rays; length up to 150 mm
................ Frillfin Goby (Bathygobius soporator), sp.l85
Pectoral fins without free rays; length under 100 mm.......... 10
10. Soft dorsal fin long, with 15 or more rays; median fins often edged
with blackish......Clown Goby (Microgobius gulosus), sp.l89
Soft dorsal fin with not more than 13 rays; median fins not edged with blackish .......................................... 11
11. With a dark spot about base of pectoral fin, but no horizontal dark
bar on cheek; usually 11 rays in soft dorsal fin and 12 in anal;
30 to 33 oblique scale rows ................................
................Darter Goby (Gobionellus boleosoma), sp.186
With no dark humeral spot, but a dusky horizontal bar on cheek; usually 12 rays in soft dorsal and 13 in anal fin; 34 to 36 oblique scale rows.....Freshwater Goby (Gobionellus shujeldti), sp.187
order pleuronectiformes: XLII. Family Bothtdae, Lefteye Flounders.
1. Pelvic fins asymmetrically placed and their bases unequal in length
(Plate III-4); lateral line sloping downward above pectoral fin, but
not arched.......Bay Whiff {Citharichthys spilopterus), sp.193
Pelvic fins symmetrical and their bases equally long; lateral line strongly arched over pectoral fin .......................... 2
2. Dark spots on body (if present) indefinite in number and not
forming a triangle; distance between eyes about equal to diameter
of eye; 85 or more scales in lateral line ......................
.......... Southern Flounder (Paralichthys kthostigmd), sp.195
Dark spots on body often 3 and arranged as a triangle; distance between eyes decidedly less than diameter of eye (but approaching it more closely in large specimens); less than 85 scales in lateral line .......... Gulf Flounder (Paralichthys albigutta), sp.194
order pleuronectiformes: XLIII. Family Soleidae, Soles.
1. Right pectoral fin present; no dark crossbars .......... .........
........................ Lined Sole (Achirus lineatus), sp.196
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Both pectoral fins lacking; usually with several dark crossbars.....
.................... Hogchoker (Trinectes maculatus), sp.197
order pleuronectiformes: XLIV. Family Cynoglossidae, Tongue-fishes. One species in fresh water in Florida ..................
........Black-cheeked Tonguefish (Symphurus plagiusa), sp.198
Class AmphibiaOrders and Families
1. Postanal tail present; forelimbs present; hind limbs (if present)
2-segmented and not more than 50% longer than forelimbs.....
............................................... caudata, 2
Postanal tail absent in adults (present in larvae, which have no limbs or hind limbs only); hind limbs of adults and subadults (tailed) consisting of 3 segments (plus toes) and at least twice as long as forelimbs................................salientia, 7
2. Only the forelimbs present .................... Sirenidae, XLV
With 2 pairs of limbs ................................... 3
3. Eyes much reduced and without lids; skin fully pigmented; limbs
often reduced in length .................................. 4
Eyes of normal size and with a distinct upper lid, or skin devoid of pigment; limbs of normal length ........................... 5
4. External gills present; length of hind limbs about equal to maximum
depth of tail.............................. Proteidae, XLVI
External gills lacking in adult; limbs vestigial ....................
.................................... Amphiumidae, XLVIII
5. Costal grooves lacking or indistinct...... Salamandridae, XLVII
Costal grooves well developed ............................... 6
6. Nasolabial grooves present, though sometimes indistinct (Plate IV-1);
parasphenoid teeth present (Plate IV-2) .....................
.....................................Plethodontidae, L
Nasolabial grooves and parasphenoid teeth absent ...............
.................................. Ambystomatidae, XLIX
7. Postanal tail present; forelimbs lacking or concealed1 ............
....................................... Tadpoles, p. 52
Postanal tail lacking; forelimbs well developed ................ 8
8. Parotoid glands present .................................... 9
Parotoid glands lacking .................................... 10
9. Outline of parotoid glands rounded; cranial crests lacking ........
............................................ Pelobatidae, LI
Outline of parotoid glands elliptical; cranial crests often present (Plate IV-3) ...................................... Bufonidae, LII
1. Tadpoles collected during metamorphosis usually cannot be keyed.
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10. Tympanum lacking; toes not webbed; a fold of skin across head be-
hind eyes; thigh not striped ............ Microhylidae, LVI
Tympanum present (often not visible in 2 species in which the thigh is alternately striped with light and dark); hind toes usually webbed; no fold of skin across back of head................ 11
11. Tips of toes expanded into adhesive disks, or maximum length less
than 40 mm and webbing reduced ........................ 12
Toes without expanded disks; length of adults much more than 40 mm; webs on hind feet well developed........ Ranidae, LV
12. Skin granular ventrally; pads under toe joints low and rounded____
............................................ Hylidab, LIV
Skin smooth ventrally; subarticular pads elongate, pointing toward tips of toes (Plate IV-4) ................ Leptodactylidae, LIII
order caudata: XLV. Family Sirenidae, Sirens.
1. Total length less than 25 cm; stripes on body; 3 toes per foot____
.............. Dwarf Siren (Pseudobranchus striatus), sp.201
Total length of adults over 25 cm; no stripes on body; 4 toes per foot .................................................... 2
2. Total length up to 100 cm (specimens less than 50 cm long usually
have dorsal fin continuous with caudal); costal grooves usually more
than 34; light markings on body usually conspicuous ........
...................... Greater Siren (Siren lacertina), sp.199
Total length not over 50 cm (large specimens lack a dorsal fin); costal grooves usually not more than 34; light markings on body
absent or inconspicuous ....................................
.................... Lesser Siren (Siren intermedia), sp.200
order caudata: XLVI. Family Proteidae, Mud Puppies and Water-dogs.1
1. With many rounded black spots on a medium dark background----
................Gulf Coast Waterdog (Necturus beyeri), sp.202
With few or no black spots on a very dark background..........
................ Dwarf Waterdog (Necturus punctatus), sp.203
order caudata: XLVII. Family Salamandridae, Newts,
1. Usually with light stripe (red in life) down each side of back,
bordered with black ........................................
............ Striped Newt (Notophthalmus perstriatus), sp.205
With no light (or red) stripe down each side of back............
.......... Spotted Newt (Notophthalmus viridescens), sp.204
1. Conant now refers all Florida specimens to N. alabamensis.
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order caudata: XLVIII. Family Amphiumidae, Amphiumas.
1. Only one toe per foot; total length not exceeding 30 cm; underparts almost as dark as upperparts; appressed forelimb not extending
over ear opening ..........................................
............ One-toed Amphiuma (Amphiuma pholeter), sp.207
Two-toed; total length of adults up to 1 m; underparts much lighter than upperparts; appressed forelimb extending over ear opening......Two-toed Amphiuma (Amphiuma means), sp.206
order caudata: XLIX. Family Ambystomatidae, Mole Salamanders.
1. Interorbital distance greater than length of snout; usually only 10
costal grooves; usually medium gray above with small dark spots
.......... Mole Salamander (Ambystoma talpoideum), sp.209
Interorbital distance not greater than (about same as) snout length; back usually with contrasting light and dark markings; 11 or more costal grooves .......................................... 2
2. Grooves on upper surface of tongue pinnately arranged (Plate IV-5);
markings on back forming a reticulate pattern ................
........Flatwoods Salamander (Ambystoma cingulatum), sp.208
Grooves on tongue absent or not pinnately arranged (either median groove or oblique grooves lacking); no network of light lines on back.................................................... 3
3. Usually with 11 costal grooves; with several transverse light blotches
on upper surface (rarely lacking, or regularly in immatures)
............Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum), sp.210
Usually with 12 or more costal grooves; light markings rounded and scattered ................................................ 4
4. Adults with light markings (yellowish in life) of irregular size, shape,
and distribution, some extending to lower sides; immatures medium gray with small light spots along sides of body, often in a row
..............Tiger Salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum), sp.211
Adults with rounded light spots of similar size arranged essentially in 2 dorsolateral rows on a dark background; no Florida records ........Spotted Salamander (Ambystoma maculatum), sp.250H
order caudata: L. Family Plethodontidae, Lungless Salamanders.
1. Pale and unpigmented; legs extremely slender; external gills present
......Georgia Blind Salamander (Haideotriton wallacei), sp.214
Normally colored; legs well developed; external gills absent in adults .................................................. 2
2. With a constriction at base of tail...............................
......Four-toed Salamander (Hemidactylium scutatum), sp.213
No constriction at base of tail................................ 3
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3. With at least 20 costal grooves (13 between appressed limbs); legs
extremely short; unrecorded in Florida .......................
......Red Hills Salamander (Phaeognathus hubrichti), sp.250H
Less than 20 costal grooves (less than 12 between appressed limbs); legs of normal length .................................... 4
4. Head usually angling abruptly downward; with a conspicuous swell-
ing on each side at back of head; usually a light line from eye to angle of jaws; interorbital distance equal to distance from eye to
nostril; no dark middorsal stripe........................... 5
Head scarcely angling downward, if at all; no large swelling behind angle of jaws; usually no light line from eye to angle of jaws; interorbital distance greater than eye-nostril distance, or with a black stripe down dorsal midline1 .......................... 7
5. Distal one-fourth of tail slender, its depth not greater than thickness
of forelimb and less than that of hind limb; often with a dark,
wavy line on each side of back...............................
.....Northern Dusky Salamander (Desmognathus fuscus), sp.220
Distal fourth of tail compressed and bladelike, its maximum depth exceeding thickness of forelimb and sometimes that of hind limb; no dark, wavy line on each side of back.................... 6
6. Ground color usually blackish above and dark gray below, with
numerous light flecks often in a row on lower side; widespread in
north Florida ..............................................
Southern Dusky Salamander (Desmognathus auriculatus), sp.221 Ground color mainly grayish above and whitish below, with scattered dark flecks on dorsum; extreme northwest corner of Florida .......... Seal Salamander (Desmognathus monticola), sp.222
7. With 17 or 18 costal grooves (6 or 7 between appressed limbs);
with reddish mottling below and usually a middorsal red stripe,
often with wavy margins; unrecorded in Florida................
............. Zigzag Salamander (Plethodon dorsalis), sp.250H
Usually fewer than 17 costal grooves; if reddish present, not in form of a dorsal stripe ................................... 8
8. Upperparts longitudinally striped; underparts uniformly light, with-
out conspicuous dark spots ............................... 9
Upperparts not striped, or underparts more or less dark-spotted ........................................................ 10
9. Costal grooves usually 16; only 4 toes on hind foot (rarely 5) .....
........ Dwarf Salamander (Manculus quadridigitatus), sp.219
1. The Many-lined Salamander (Stereochilus marginatus), discovered in Florida in January, 1974 (S. Christman, personal communication), probably will not key beyond this point.
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Costal grooves 13 or 14; 5 toes on hind foot....................
........... Two-lined Salamander (Eurycea bislineatd), sp.218
10. Ground color blackish, with irregular, rounded white spots .......
............. Slimy Salamander (Plethodon glutinosus), sp.212
Ground color reddish or yellowish, at least ventrally (light in preservative) ........................................... 11
11. Tail more than 50% of total length; with 3 dark stripes down
back; 14 costal grooves ....................................
......... Long-tailed Salamander (Eurycea longicauda), sp.217
Tail less than 50% of total length; pattern of dark spots on reddish or yellowish background; 15 or more costal grooves........ 12
12. Length of eye almost equal to snout length; no light line from eye to
nostril......Mud Salamander (Pseudotriton montanus), sp.216
Length of eye less than snout length; an indistinct, irregular light
line from eye to nostril .....................................
................ Red Salamander (Pseudotriton ruber), sp.215
order salientia: LI. Family Pelobatidae, Spadefoot Toads. One species in Florida.......Eastern Spadefoot (Scaphiopus holbrooki), sp.223
order salientia: LII. Family Bufonidae, Toads.
1. Length up to 150 mm or more; greatest width of parotoid gland
anteriad and much greater than distance between orbits ........
......................... Giant Toad (Bufo marinus), sp.227
Length usually less than 100 mm; greatest width of parotoid gland near its center and about equal to distance between orbits..... 2
2. Greatest diameter of tympanum scarcely half that of eye; parotoid
glands diverging sharply posteriad; maximum length about 30
mm .................... Oak Toad (Bufo quercicus), sp.226
Greatest diameter of tympanum more than half that of eye; parotoid glands nearly or quite parallel; length of adults more than 30 mm .................................................... 3
3. Postorbital ridge connected to parotoid gland only by a spur, or not
at all; warts irregular in size and distribution..................
...................... Southern Toad (Bufo terrestris)f sp.224
Postorbital ridge in direct contact with parotoid gland (Plate IV-3);
a few large warts in each pigment spot ......................
............... Woodhouse's Toad (Bufo woodhousei), sp.225
order salientia: Lin.' Family Leptodactylidae, Tropical Frogs.
One species in Florida.........................................
......Greenhouse Frog (Eleutherodactylus planirostris), sp.228
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order salientia: LIV. Family Hylidae, Tree Frogs.
1. Disks on ringers more than half diameter of tympanum; distance from
angle of jaws to tip of snout less than width of head at angle of jaws; hind toes noticeably webbed (web extending about halfway out on second, third, and fifth toes); no dark longitudinal stripe
on back of thigh......................................... 2
Disks on fingers not more than half diameter of tympanum, or tympanum not in evidence; length of mouth at least as great as its width; webbing of hind toes vestigial, or with a dark longitudinal stripe on back of thigh .................................. 10
2. Skin fused to top of skull; disks on fingers about as wide as tym-
panum; maximum length of adults 100 mm or more............
...............Cuban Tree Frog (Hyla septentrionalis), sp.236
Skin movable against top of skull, not fused; disks on fingers not as wide as tympanum; maximum length of adults not more than 80 mm..................................................... 3
3. Rear surface of thigh marked with light areas (orange, yellow, or
greenish in life), often of rounded outline, on dark background;
dark mask across eye usually present ...................... 4
Never with the above combination of markings (dark mask absent in species more than 45 mm long) ........................ 7
4. With a conspicuous light line from eye to groin and no dark blotches
dorsally.....Pine Barrens Tree Frog (Hyla andersoni), sp.870
No prominent light line laterally; dark blotches present dorsally.....S
5. Without a light spot under the eye; usually 2 or more separate dark
blotches on back; not warty above; several spots on thigh smaller
than tympanum; maximum length about 35 mm ...............
.............. Pine-woods Tree Frog (Hyla jemoralis), sp.230
Usually with a light spot under each eye; dark dorsal blotches usually conjoined along midline; most spots on thigh large as tympanum; rather warty above; maximum length 50 to 55 mm.......... 6
6. Light areas on thigh and groin orange yellow in life; ground color
light gray dorsally; light area below eye diagonally arranged and
its width dorsally about half length of eye ....................
........ Southern Gray Tree Frog (Hyla chrysoscelis), sp.233
Light areas on thigh and groin greenish in life; dorsal ground color dark or medium gray; light area below eye trapezoidal, but portion
near eye almost as wide as length of eye......................
................ Bird-voiced Tree Frog (Hyla avivoca), sp.234
7. With a discrete light line along margin of upper jaw, but no dark X
on back; maximum length usually more than 40 mm (2 of 3 species) ................................................. 8
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No definite light line along edge of upper jaw, but with a dark X on
back; maximum length less than 40 mm ......................
....................... Spring Peeper (Hyla crucifer), sp.229
8. Light line of upper jaw continuing straight, distinct, and unbroken
along body to near groin ...................................
.................. Green Tree Frog (Hyla cinerea), sp.235
Light line never continuing to near groin as described above..... 9
9. Back marked with numerous large, dark, oval spots and often with
light flecks (golden in life; either marking may become obscure in preservative); width of head at angle of jaws at least 40% of
snout-vent length; maximum length about 70 to 80 mm ........
................... Barking Tree Frog (Hyla gratiosa), sp.23l
Color pattern not as described above (black dorsal markings, when present, fewer and smaller); width of head at angle of jaws less than 40% of snout-vent length; maximum length 35 to 40 mm
.................. Squirrel Tree Frog (Hyla squirella), sp.232
10. With a longitudinal dark bar on rear of thigh and light vertical bars on upper jaw; no dark mask over eye; hind toes provided with
webs and digital disks ................................... 11
No dark longitudinal bar on thigh or light vertical bars on upper jaw; black mask (sometimes interrupted) running across eye; webs and disks on hind toes usually reduced.................... 12
11. With discrete light and dark stripes on rear of thigh; back and anal
region not markedly warty; snout pointed (distance between
nostrils less than that from nostril to tip of snout) ..............
.................Southern Cricket Frog (Acris gryllus), sp.241
Dark thigh stripe with ragged edges, and the light stripe often indefinite; back and anal region warty; snout rounded (distance between nostrils about equal to that from nostril to tip of snout) ..............Northern Cricket Frog (Acris crepitans), sp.242
12. Webbing and disks of hind toes moderately developed; tibia more
than 50% of snout-vent length; maximum length less than 18
mm..........Little Grass Frog (Limnaoedus ocularis), sp.237
Webbing and disks vestigial; tibia not more than 50% of snout-vent length; maximum length more than 20 mm ............... 13
13. Usually with 2 or 3 oval, black, light-bordered spots on each side
of body; 2 dark stripes down back faint or not in evidence; interorbital distance less than length of eye .......................
.............. Ornate Chorus Frog (Pseudacris ornata), sp.240
With 3 or more dark stripes or rows of spots arranged longitudinally on back, but no enlarged spots on sides of body; interorbital distance about equal to length of eye........................ 14
14. Distance from armpit to snout greater than that from armpit to
groin; snout-vent length usually less than 30 mm; usually no dark
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blotch between eyes; ground color usually light gray; warty.....
............Southern Chorus Frog (Pseudacris nigrita), sp.239
Distance from armpit to snout about equal to that from armpit to groin; snout-vent length often more than 30 mm; usually a dark
blotch between eyes; ground color brownish; not very warty.....
............Upland Chorus Frog (Pseudacris triseriata), sp.238
order salientia: LV. Family Ranidae, True Frogs.
1. With conspicuous dorsolateral ridges on body ................ 2
Dorsolateral ridges vestigial or lacking........................ 5
2. Dorsolateral ridges complete; with elongate pigment spots arranged
in longitudinal rows on back .............................. 3
Dorsolateral ridges not extending to level of groin; color pattern not as described above .................................. 4
3. Greatest distance between adjacent pigment spots in one longitudinal
dorsal row less than width of any large spot; usually a single pigment spot between nostrils; pigment spots in young green (in life), and orange present on back of thighs in adults; no Florida records
.................... Pickerel Frog (Rana palustris), sp.250H
Greatest distance between adjacent pigment spots greater than width of a large spot; pigment spots not green in life, and no orange on
back of thigh; no pigment spot between nostrils ...............
...................... Leopard Frog (Rana pipiens), sp.248
4. Upperparts unspotted and not warty, though sometimes granular
(north of Florida dark spots smaller than the eye may be present)
.......................Bronze Frog (Rana clamitans), sp.247
Upperparts with dark spots (some about diameter of eye), or with warts .................. Gopher Frog (Rana areolata), sp.249
5. Upperparts marked with 4 light stripes (2 dorsal, 2 lateral); less
than 75 mm long; Okefenokee Swamp .......................
.................... Carpenter Frog (Rana virgatipes), sp.246
Upperparts sometimes with 2 dorsal stripes, but never with 2 additional lateral stripes; adults 100 mm or more in maximum length ................................................... 6
6. With conspicuous white spots at edges of mouth; much blackish
ventrally ............ River Frog (Rana heckscheri), sp.244
No white spots at edges of mouth; dark pigment of underparts grayish and restricted..................................... 7
7. First finger at least as long as second; fourth toe longer than fifth by
about length of first toe; webs not extending to tips of hind toes;
back of thigh usually mottled; no light lines on back...........
......................... Bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana), sp.243
First finger slightly shorter than second (Plate IV-6); fourth toe longer than fifth by less than length of first toe; webs extending to
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tips of hind toes; hind surface of thigh usually with alternating
dark and light stripes; with 2 faint, light dorsolateral stripes.....
............................ Pig Frog (Rana grylio), sp.245
order salientia: LVI. Family Microhylidae, Narrow-mouthed Toads.
One species in Florida..........................................
Eastern Narrow-mouthed Toad (Gastrophryne carolinensis), sp.250
Key to Larval Anurans1 1. Labial teeth, horny beak, and papillae lacking; spiracle in midline near anus; blackish in color and dorsoventrally flattened; eyes lateral; white markings on belly, and a longitudinal white line on
tail musculature ................... Gastrophryne carolinensis
Horny beak and papillae present; labial teeth usually present; spiracle sinistral; eyes lateral or dorsal (see Figs. 2 and 3) ........... 2
Spiracle
Dorsal fin
Tail musculature
Anal tube
Ventral fin
Fig. 2. External morphology of a tadpole (Rana areolata aesopus)
2. Labial tooth rows numerous (7 to 12), some incomplete and lateral
to horny beak; papillae completely encircling oral disk except for a
small space above first upper tooth row ......................
...................................... Scaphiopus holbrooki
Labial teeth arranged in rows above and below horny beak (1 to 3 above, 2 to 4 below; rarely lacking); papillae always lacking for some distance on upper labium, and often absent under lower tooth rows ............................................ 3
3. Anal tube opening in midline of ventral tail crest (appearing
symmetrical); papillae not extending along entire lower lip; dorsum and venter dark; eyes dorsal, not visible from below.....4
1. Modified from a key prepared by Sheryl Fanning.
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Anal tube opening to right side of ventral crest (appearing asymmetrical); papillae extending across lower labium, or eyes lateral; part of venter usually lighter than dorsum .................. 7
4. Upper edge of tail musculature with series of light areas that have
dark pigment between ....................... Bufo quercicus
Upper portion of tail musculature uniformly dark (macroscopi-cally) .................................................. 5
5. One row of papillae (sometimes incomplete) on sides of labium;
spiracle on lateral axis; eyes nearer middorsal line than lateral outline; length of horny beak greater than that of third lower
tooth row ................................ Bufo woodhousei
Two or more complete rows of papillae on sides of labium; spiracle below lateral axis; eyes at least as close to lateral outline as to middorsal line; length of horny beak not greater than that of third lower tooth row .................................... 6
Horny lips (mandibles) Papillae
Labial tooth rows
Fig. 3. Mouthparts of a tadpole (Rana heckscheri)
6. Internasal distance about 10-15% of body length; gap in second
upper tooth row about half as long as horizontal portion of upper
horny beak .................................. Bufo marinus
Internasal distance about 20-25% of body length; gap in second upper tooth row about equal to length of horizontal portion of upper horny beak ............................ Bufo terrestris
7. Eyes lateral in position, usually reaching lateral outline from dorsal
aspect; lateral papillae not indented; tooth rows normally developed .............................................. 8
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Eyes dorsal in position, not reaching lateral outline from dorsal aspect; papillae emarginate; tooth rows sometimes lacking or incomplete .......................................... 23
8. Tooth-row formula typically 2/2 .......................... 9
Tooth-row formula typically 2/3 or 2/4 .................... 11
9. Dorsal edge of tail musculature with an irregularly margined light
area (from dorsal aspect); appressed lips in form of a triangle, with apex pointed upward; tip of tail not black; dorsal half of tail
musculature darker than ventral half............. Hyla crucifer
Dorsal edge of tail musculature with solid black stripe or a series of dark spots; appressed lips not in form of triangle; tip of tail often jet black; tail musculature mostly of uniform color; belly with pink iridescence in life ...................................... 10
10. Spiracle short, not projecting as a free tube; dark pigment on dorsal
tail musculature in form of squares or bars; greatest depth of tail
about equal to that of body ................... Acris crepitans
Spiracle in form of a long projecting tube; dark pigment on base of dorsal tail musculature tending to run together, not forming distinct squares; greatest depth of tail at least 10% greater than that of body ...................................... Acris gryllus
11. Tooth-row formula 2/4 .................... Hyla septentrionalis
Tooth-row formula 2/3 ................................ 12
12. Body blackish with prominent light stripes in front of the eyes and
light areas behind the eyes; tail musculature dark dorsally with several broad, light saddle marks (all light areas coppery in life);
fins appearing clear macroscopically ............. Hyla avivoca
Not with the above combination of colors .................... 13
13. Third lower tooth row not longer than horny beak and not much
more than half length of first lower tooth row; lower labial corner
with less than 3 rows of papillae ........................ 14
Third lower tooth row at least as long as horny beak and at least three-fourths length of first lower tooth row; lower labial corner with 3 or 4 rows of papillae ............................. 21
14. Papillae absent below part of third lower tooth row..............
.............................................. Hyla crucifer
Papillae (sometimes small) extending completely across lower labium ................................................ 15
15. Maximum body length about 9 mm, limb buds appearing at about
5 mm and reaching length of 3 mm at body length of about 8 mm; tail musculature with longitudinal brown stripe bordered above and below by a light stripe; pigment in fins concentrated near
edges .................................. Limnaoedus ocularis
Maximum body length more than 9 mm, limb buds appearing at 7 mm or more, not reaching 3 mm in length before body length is about 10 mm; tail not as described above .................. 16
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16. Eye usually closer to spiracular opening than to tip of snout; ventral
half of tail musculature not lighter than dorsal half (except rarely
near base of tail) ...................................... 17
Eye equidistant between spiracular opening and tip of snout; ventral half of tail musculature lighter than dorsal half for most of its length ................................................. 19
17. Pigmented part of lower beak wider (deeper) than its unpigmented
part; black saddle spot showing through skin between eyes; deep globose body with wide tail fins; depth at eyes about half of greatest
depth of tail, including crest .................... Hyla gratiosa
Pigmented part of lower beak not wider than its unpigmented part; interorbital area uniformly dark; body more slender; depth at eyes much more than half greatest depth of tail, including fins..... 18
18. Pigment not concentrated dorsally (though sometimes laterally) on
musculature near base of tail; eye decidedly closer to spiracular opening than to tip of snout; maximum body length about 20
mm .......................................... Hyla cinerea
Pigment concentrated dorsally on tail musculature near its base; eye almost equidistant between spiracular opening and tip of snout; maximum body length about 15 mm ........... Hyla andersont
19. Length of tail about 3 times its depth at deepest point; 2 or more
rows of papillae below third lower tooth row; third lower tooth row usually less than half length of first lower tooth row; ventral
half of tail musculature largely devoid of pigment anteriad..... 20
Length of tail less than 3 times its depth at deepest point; one row of papillae below third lower tooth row; third lower tooth row at least half length of first lower row; ventral half of tail musculature with some flecks of pigment scattered throughout..........
.......................................... Pseudacris ornata
20. With some pigment spots in dorsal fin at least half diameter of eye;
dark pigment of dorsal tail musculature gradually merging with
the lighter ventral part ..................... Pseudacris nigrita
Pigment spots in dorsal fin minute; dark pigment of dorsal tail musculature abruptly contrasting with white ventrally ..............
........................................ Pseudacris triseriata
21. Third lower tooth row almost as long as second (at least 90%);
tail fins heavily spotted except clear near musculature..........
............................................ Hyla femoralis
Third lower tooth row not more than 80% as long as second; tail fins usually not as described above ...................... 22
22. Pigment often concentrated at margin of tail fins; tail musculature
evenly pigmented; usually with reddish in tail in life............
...................................... Hyla chrysoscelis
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Pigment evenly distributed in tail fins, not concentrated at margin;
tail musculature often bicolored; no reddish in tail in life ......
............................................. Hyla squirella
23. Dorsal edge of tail musculature a prominent, contrasting black stripe;
edge of tail crests also contrastingly black in specimens of more
than 35 mm total length; entire tail otherwise clear............
........................................... Rana heckscheri
Tail not as described above (not strongly bicolored) .......... 24
24. Pigmented portion of lower beak wide (almost or quite as deep as
its unpigmented portion), or abdominal wall thin, dark, and
transparent at body lengths up to 20 or 25 mm ............ 25
Pigmented portion of lower beak narrow (not more than half depth of the unpigmented portion); abdominal wall thicker and opaque at body lengths of more than 15 mm ..................... 27
25. No concentration of dark pigment at dorsal base of tail musculature;
anal tube large, its length almost twice width of spiracle in specimens over 20 mm body length and greater than twice in smaller specimens; nearly all of lower beak pigmented in large specimens; hind limb buds appear at body length of about 25 mm, reaching length of 2 to 5 mm at body length of 28 mm (see Fig. 2) ....
........................................ Rana areolata1
Usually with a concentration of dark pigment at dorsal base of tail musculature; length of anal tube much less than twice width of spiracle in large specimens or barely twice in smaller specimens; pigmented part of lower beak scarcely, if at all, deeper than its unpigmented portion; hind limb buds appear at body length of 11 to 21 mm, reaching length of more than 5 mm at body length of 28 mm or less ......................................... 26
26. Median space in second upper tooth row at least twice length of
either lateral part; no light stripes on back; spots on tail smaller than diameter of eye; pigmented part of lower beak not deeper
than that of upper beak; no Florida records......Rana palustris
Median space in second upper tooth row less than twice length of either lateral part; often with 2 faint dorsolateral stripes; some dark spots on tail near size of eye; pigmented part of lower beak deeper than that of upper beak; widespread.......Rana pipiens
27. Dorsal fin with a longitudinal row of black spots.............. 28
Pigment in tail fins often sparse, never forming a longitudinal row
of spots ............................................... 29
28. Tooth-row formula 1/2 or 2/2, the second upper row (if present)
vestigial (each lateral part about 10% of first upper row); streak in dorsal crest conspicuous and contrasting with surrounding clear
1. Many specimens cannot be distinguished from Rana pipiens.
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area; tail fin edged with dark pigment, continuous or interrupted; streak in tail musculature continuing to tip of tail; at least 2 rows of papillae below lowermost tooth row ......... Rana virgatipes
Tooth-row formula 2/3, each lateral part of the second upper row more than 10% length of first upper row; streak on dorsal fin faint and not in bold contrast with the surrounding area; dark pigment scattered throughout remainder of tail fin, not concentrated at margins; dark streak in tail musculature not continuing to tip of tail; only one row of papillae below most of lowermost tooth row
............................................... Rana grylio
29. Tail crest clear (sometimes with small, sharply defined, scattered, dark dots); basal fourth of tail crests often more opaque than remainder; body light yellow green in life (pale in preservative), sometimes with small dark dots; hind limb buds appearing at about 20 mm body length, not reaching a length of 20 mm until about 30 mm body length .................. Rana catesbeiana
Tail more heavily pigmented; tail crests not opaque basally; upper parts of body usually dark in life; hind limb buds appearing at about 15 mm body length; maximum body length about 25 mm ............................................ Rana clamitans
Class ReptiliaOrders and Families
1. Eyes, ear openings, and limbs lacking; tail less than twice length of
head ......................................................
squamata (suborder amphisbaenia): Amphisbaenidae1 LXIX Eyes always present, ear openings and limbs usually so; tail usually at least twice length of head .............................. 2
2. Body covered with a bony or leathery shell, the upper part (carapace)
being connected to the lower part (plastron) by a relatively narrow
bridge; no true teeth present (see Fig. 4) .........chelonia, 3
Body covered with scales or epidermal plates, but never with a two-part shell; teeth present .................................. 9
3. Limbs paddlelike, with toes and claws scarcely in evidence, if at
all ...................................................... 4
Limbs less modified; toes in evidence and at least 3 on each foot provided with claws ..................................... 5
4. With an external body covering of ridged, leathery skin (but scales
present in young); claws lacking......Dermochelyidae, LVII
Shell covered with epidermal (horny) plates; one or more claws present ........................---- Cheloniidae, LXII
1. Any specimen of the Family Typhlopidae probably could not be keyed past here. One specimen of Typhlops lumbric'alis has been collected in Florida (Myers, 1958), but there is little likelihood of an established population here.
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5. Body covering a leathery skin; underlying shell flexible; snout long
and tubular .......................... Trionychtoae, LXIII
Shell hard and bony, covered with horny plates; no well-developed snout present ........................................... 6
6. Carapace rough; plastron greatly reduced and cross-shaped; tail
more than half length of carapace........Chelydridae, LVIII
Carapace essentially smooth; plastron oval and of normal size; tail less than half length of carapace ........................... 7
7. Plastral plates 10 or 11; pectorals not in contact with marginals
...................................... KlNOSTERNIDAE, LIX
Plastral plates 12; pectorals in contact with marginals (or separated only by skin) ........................................... 8
8. Forelimb at wrist almost as wide as at foot and with laterally
flattened claws; toes not webbed; plastron not hinged ..........
........................................ Testudinidae, LXI
Foot much wider than wrist joint and claws slender; toes with some webbing, or plastron hinged ..................Emydidae, LX
9. Anal slit longitudinal; toes webbed .............................
........................ crocodilia: Crocodylidae, LXXIII
Anal slit transverse; toes (if present) not webbed................
............................................. squamata, 10
10. Ear openings or limbs present........suborder lacertilia,1 11
Ear openings and limbs invariably lacking ......................
.................................. suborder serpentes,1 15
11. Without limbs .............................. Anguidae, LXVI
Two pairs of limbs present................................. 12
12. Eyelids absent ............................ Gekkonidae, LXV
Eyelids present ........................................... 13
13. Scales small (all of nearly equal size except on head), smooth, and
rounded ................................ Scincidae, LXVII1
Scales keeled or granular, not usually rounded, and those on ventral side often larger than dorsal scales ....................... 14
14. With light lines (sometimes incomplete) on back; ventral scales in
8 to 10 longitudinal rows ................... Teeidae, LXVII
Without light lines dorsally; ventral scales not in obvious rows.....
......................................... iguanidae, LXIV
15. With a pit located between eye and nostril; head wide and triangular;
some of subcaudals in one row ........... Crotalidae, LXXH
No pit between eye and nostril; head usually scarcely wider than neck; subcaudals in 2' rows .............................. 16
16. Pattern of red, yellow, and black rings, with red and yellow in con-
tact; some subcaudals in 2 rows ............ Elapidae, LXXI
1. The Lacertilia, Serpentes, and Amphisbaenia are given full ordinal rank in the ASIH Catalogue.
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Pattern never of red, yellow, and black rings with red and yellow in contact; subcaudals in one row............Colubridae, LXX
order chelonia: LVII. Family Dermochelyidae, Leatherbacks. One species in Florida......Leatherback (Dermochelys coriaced), sp.251
order chelonia: LVIII. Family Chelydridae, Snapping Turtles.
1, With 2 rows of marginal plates; eyes not clearly visible from dorsal
aspect; with many small, rounded scales under tail ............
......Alligator Snapping Turtle (Macroctemys temmincki), sp.253
Only one row of marginals; eyes clearly visible from above; with 2
rows of enlarged scales under tail............................
........Common Snapping Turtle (Chelydra serpentina), sp.252
order chelonia: LIX. Family Kinosternidae, Mud and Musk Turtles.
1. Pectoral plates quadrangular (length of medial suture almost equal
to that of lateral edge); plastron almost immovable .......... 2
Pectoral plate almost triangular (lateral edge 3 times length of medial suture; Plate V-l); plastron movable at pectoral-abdominal junction ................................................ 3
2. Barbels confined to chin (Plate V-2); head light (or medium dark)
with blackish spots .........................................
......... Loggerhead Musk Turtle (Sternotherus minor), sp.255
Barbels (when present) on skin of throat as well as on chin; head conspicuously striped in young, becoming dark and obsolescent in old age ........... Stinkpot {Sternotherus odoratus), sp.254
3. Carapace with 3 prominent light stripes ........................
.............. Striped Mud Turtle (Kinosternon bauri), sp.256
Carapace uniformly dark .....................................
........Common Mud Turtle (Kinosternon subrubrum), sp.257
order chelonia: LX. Family Emydidae, Terrapins.
1. Plastron hinged; webbing between front toes vestigial or absent
.................... Box Turtle (Terrapene Carolina), sp.259
Plastron not hinged; some webbing between front toes.......... 2
2. Plates of carapace with rounded light centers and (in young) with
concentric ridges; second to fourth vertebrals with centrally located, rounded knobs; width of head greater than anteroposterior width
of second costal ..........................................
........ Diamondback Terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin), sp.260
Plates of carapace without rounded light centers or concentric ridges; second to fourth vertebrals without rounded knobs at their centers; width of head not greater than that of second costal.......... 3
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1. Triangular pectoral plates of Kinosternon bauri
2.
Location of barbels in Sternotherus minor
3.
C-shaped marking on second costal plate of Chrysemys concinna
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4.
Paramedian stripe (P) and arrow of Chrysemys nelsoni
P
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3. With rounded light spots on carapace and head; carapace smooth;
plastron mostly blackish ....................................
.................... Spotted Turtle (Clemmys guttata), sp.258
Without rounded light spots on carapace and head; carapace usually with ridges or striations; plastron scarcely more than 50% blackish, if at all ................................................ 4
4. Posterior edges of first 3 vertebral plates with high projections;
highest point of carapace anterior to middle of body; posterior
marginals with pointed projections ........................ 5
Posterior edges of vertebral plates not raised; highest point of carapace not anterior to middle of body; posterior marginals without marked V-shaped projections ............................. 8
5. Light blotch behind eye (yellowish or greenish in life) as wide as,
or wider than, the orbit; posterior marginals single-toothed (second tooth, if present, much smaller); restricted in Florida to
Panhandle .............................................. 6
Light markings behind eye not as wide as orbit; posterior marginals double-toothed in young; not known to occur in Florida...... 7
6. With U-shaped light markings on anterior costals; plastron uniformly
dull; a curved light marking on chin .........................
..........Barbour's Map Turtle (Malaclemys barbouri)% sp.261
With a reticulate pattern of light lines on carapace (often indistinct); plastron yellow with darker pigment along seams; a light longitudinal bar on chin ........................................
...........Alabama Map Turtle (Malaclemys pulchra), sp.262
7. Second and third dorsal spines much enlarged, rounded, and darkened
terminally; dark pigment on plastron largely restricted to seams
.....Black-knobbed Map Turtle (Malaclemys nigrinoda), sp.348H
Second and third dorsal spines pointed and not greatly enlarged;
dark pigment covering about half of plastron ..................
......... Mississippi Map Turtle (Malaclemys kohni), sp.348H
8. With prominent light and dark vertical stripes on posterior surface
of body and thighs; neck and head length combined about equal to length of plastron; pattern of light reticulations on carapace
(yellowish in life) .........................................
.............. Chicken Turtle (Deirochelys reticularia), sp.269
No light and dark vertical bars on thighs (except C. scripta); neck not unusually long; light pattern on carapace not reticulate.....9
9. Carapace smooth and often with a median light line; posterior mar-
ginals entire; costals and vertebrals arranged in transverse rows
(Fla. subsp.) ........Painted Turtle (Chrysemys picta), sp.263
Carapace keeled, wrinkled, more or less serrate posteriad, and without a light median line; costals and vertebrals in offset positions ............................................... 10
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Marginals
Fig. 4. Plates on the carapace and plastron of a turtle (Chrysemys picta)
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10. Cutting edge of upper jaw running essentially straight for more than
half its length and with a distinct notch anteriad; with broad, yellow, vertical bars on costals and a large yellow or red patch
behind eye (may be absent in old age) ......................
............ Yellow-bellied Turtle (Chrysemys scripta),1 sp.264
Cutting edge of upper jaw more curved and distinct median notch sometimes lacking; vertical bars on costals (if present) usually faint or narrow; pattern of narrow yellow or red stripes on sides of head (less than diameter of eye) ......................... 11
11. Notch at tip of upper jaw rounded and not bordered by cusps; both
jaws smooth or only weakly serrate; no arrow-shaped marking
between eyes .......................................... 12
Notch at tip of upper jaw deep and narrow, bordered on each side by a cusp; lower jaw noticeably serrate; an arrow-shaped marking between eyes pointing toward tip of snout.......... 13
12. With a light C-shaped marking on the posteromedial portion of the
second costal scute (Plate V-3); plastron with dark markings
.................. River Cooter (Chrysemys concinna), sp.265
Without a light C-shaped marking on the second costal scale; plastron unmarked.......Florida Cooter (Chrysemys floridana), sp.266
13. Paramedian stripe terminating behind eye (unless shell length under
100 mm; Plate V-4) ......................................
........Florida Red-bellied Turtle (Chrysemys nelsoni),2 sp.267
Paramedian stripe continuing anterior to eye ....................
____Alabama Red-bellied Turtle (Chrysemys alabamensis) 2 sp.268
order chelonia: LXI. Family Testudinidae, Land Tortoises. One
species in Florida .............................................
................ Gopher Tortoise (Gopherus polyphemus), sp.270
order chelonia: LXII. Family Cheloniidae, Sea Turtles.
1. With only 4 costal plates on each side ....................... 2
With more than 4 pairs of costal plates ...................... 3
2. With 2 pairs of prefrontal scales; lower jaw weakly serrate if at
all................Hawksbill (Eretmochelys imbricata), sp.272
Only one pair of prefrontals; lower jaw strongly serrate in adults ...................... Green Turtle (Chelonia mydas), sp.271
1. The turtles in this genus are taxonomically difficult, each species virtually matching the characteristics of the others in its variations. The species assignments (from Conant) should perhaps be regarded as tentative. For use of Chrysemys and Malaclemys see McDowell, 1964.
2. These two turtles probably should be regarded as conspecific; immatures can be distinguished only with difficulty, if at all, and sympatry has not been amply demonstrated.
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3. With 4 enlarged inframarginals (plus smaller ones) ..............
................ Atlantic Ridley (Lepidochelys kempi), sp.274
With only 3 enlarged inframarginals ...........................
........................ Loggerhead (Caretta caretta), sp.273
order chelonia: LXIII. Family Trionychidae, Softshell Turtles.
1. With a fleshy ridge projecting into each nostril from the medial
side (Plate V-5); tubercles present toward anterior edge of carapace (poorly developed in young) ........................ 2
No ridges in nostrils or tubercles on carapace ..............
.................. Smooth Softshell (Trionyx muticus), sp.275
2. Ground color of carapace dark; tubercles flattened and hemispherical
.................... Florida Softshell (Trionyx ferox), sp.277
Ground color of carapace light; tubercles cone-shaped or spiny .................... Spiny Softshell (Trionyx spinifer), sp.276
order squamata: suborder lacertilia: LX1V. family iguanidae,
Iguanas and allies.1
1. Dorsoventrally flattened and with spines on back of head and sides
of body; tail (measured from vent) scarcely, if any, longer than
width of body .............................................
........ Texas Horned Lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum), sp.285
Body roughly terete, its width less than twice its depth; spines lacking; tail much longer than width of body ............... 2
2. All dorsal scales pointed and of normal size; toes not widened near
tips .................................................... 6
Most dorsal scales not pointed and those along midline (usually others also) minute; toes laterally expanded near tip ........ 3
3. Most body scales keeled ................................... 4
Most body scales flat, conical, or granular.................... 5
4. Tail terete............ Green Anole (Anolis carolinensis), sp.279
Tail laterally compressed, with a strong dorsal keel ..............
........................ Brown Anole (Anolis sagrei), sp.281
5. Most scales flattened and rectangular; a prominent white (or light)
slash on body above shoulder; total length of adults exceeding
300 mm............. Knight Anole (Anolis equestris), sp.280
Dorsal scales conical to granular; no white markings on body; total
length less than 150 mm ...................................
...............Bahaman Bark Anole (Anolis distichus), sp.278
6. Tail approximately terete ................................... 7
Tail markedly compressed and with a strong dorsal keel ..........
.......... Curly-tailed Lizard (Leiocephalus carinatus), sp.282
7. With a pair of distinct, brown dorsolateral stripes ................
............ Florida Scrub Lizard (Sceloporus woodi), sp.284
1. Conant's latest field guide also accredits Anolis cybotes to the Miami area.
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Dorsolateral stripes, if present, blackish and not clearly delimited ..........Eastern Fence Lizard (Sceloporus undulatus), sp.283
order squamata: suborder lacertilia: LXV. family gekkonidae,
Geckos.
1. Transverse lamellae (under toes) divided medially (Plate V-6)..... 2
Most transverse lamellae not divided medially ................. 3
2. Back warty; ground color very light, with scattered dark markings
......... Mediterranean Gecko (Hemidactylus turcicus), sp.288
Back not warty; ground color grayish with scattered light spots ............ Indo-Pacific Gecko (Hemidactylus garnoti), sp.289
3. Toes not expanded; tip of tail (unless regenerated) light .........
........ Yellow-headed Gecko (Gonatodes albogularis), sp.286
Toes expanded near tip; tip of tail not lighter than other portions ........................................................ 4
4. Total length up to 350 mm; tail with dark bands ................
...................... Tokay Gecko (Gekko gecko), sp.287
Total length less than 100 mm; tail not dark-banded .......... 5
5. Dorsal scales of normal size (about 2 per mm in adults); maximum
width of head greater than length of snout from back of eye.....
................ Reef Gecko (Sphaerodactylus notatus), sp.290
Dorsal scales minute (about 4 per mm in adults); maximum width of head not greater than length of snout from back of eye .... 6
6. Scales of back granular and not keeled; color pattern medium light,
with dark stripes on neck (young with dark crossbars and red
tail) .......... Ashy Gecko (Sphaerodactylus cinereus), sp.292
Scales of back flattened, though sometimes keeled; ground color
dark, with numerous light spots .............................
.............. Ocellated Gecko (Sphaerodactylus argus), sp.291
order squamata: suborder lacertilia: LXVL family anguidab,
Glass Lizards and allies.
1. Frontonasal scale (or larger one if 2 are present) less than twice
area of each prefrontal (Plate VI-1); \y2 rows of scales above lateral fold devoid of pigment from cloaca about halfway to head
..........Island Glass Lizard (Ophisaurus compressus), sp.294
Only one frontonasal, its area about twice that of each prefrontal; less than 1% rows of unpigmented scales posteriad above lateral fold.................................................... 2
2. Light dorsal spots or stripes involving the centers of the scales, except
when forming crossbars; one or 2 dark stripes (or rows of spots)
below lateral fold ..........................................
......... Slender Glass Lizard (Ophisaurus attenuatus), sp.295
66 / VERTEBRATES OF FLORIDA


Light dorsal spots or stripes involving only the edges of the scales; no light bars across back; little or no pigmentation below lateral fold ......Eastern Glass Lizard (Ophisaurus ventralis), sp.293
order squamata: suborder lacertilia: LXVIL family t/eeidae,
Whiptail Lizards.
1. With 6 light dorsal stripes and 5 or 6 pairs of enlarged sublabials; not more than 110 granular (dorsal and lateral) scale rows; total
length less than 300 mm; statewide ..........................
.....Six-lined Racerunner (Cnemidophorus sexlineatus), sp.297
Back not striped; only 3 pairs of enlarged sublabials; 130 or more granular scale rows; up to 500 mm long; known only from Miami .......... Colombian Ground Lizard (Ameiva ameiva), sp.296
order squamata: suborder lacertilia: LXV1II. family scincidae,
Skinks.
1. Limbs vestigial, the forelimbs almost wanting....................
...................... Sand Skink (Neoseps reynoldsi), sp.304
Limbs normally developed .................................. 2
2. Lower eyelid with a transparent disk (Plate VI-2); without longi-
tudinal light stripes; maximum snout-vent length less than 2 inches
.................. Ground Skink (Scincella lateralis), sp.298
No transparent area on lower lid; longitudinal light stripes usually present............................................. 3
3. Median row of subcaudal scales not noticeably wider than adjacent
rows ......................................................
.....Southeastern Five-lined Skink (Eumeces inexpectatus), sp.301
Median row of subcaudals decidedly wider than adjacent rows..... 4
4. No postnasal scales (but 2 loreals); with less than 30 rows of scales
at mid-body; maximum snout-vent length less than 75 mm......5
One postnasal and 2 loreals present; often at least 30 scale rows at mid-body; maximum snout-vent length of adults more than 75 mm .................................................... 6
5. Only one postmental plate; ground color of tail usually dark; 24 to
28 scale rows at mid-body ..............................
....................Coal Skink (Eumeces anthracinus), sp.302
With 2 postmentals (Plate Vl-3); tail orange, reddish, or bluish in life (usually light in preservative); only 22 scale rows at mid-body ................. Red-tailed Skink (Eumeces egregius), sp.303
6. White stripe on side of head involving scales above ear opening;
auriculars rounded and not projecting over ear opening; light dorsolateral stripe (when present) on fourth and fifth scale rows;
usually with one or no enlarged postlabial plate (Fig. 5) .......
.............. Broad-headed Skink (Eumeces laticeps), sp.300
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1. Two frontonasals of Ophisaurus compressus
68 / VERTEBRATES OF FLORIDA


3. Two postmental scales of Eumeces egregius
4. Divided anal plate of Natrix erythrogaster
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/ 69


White stripe on side of head not involving scales above ear opening; some auriculars spinose and projecting over ear opening; light dorsolateral stripe (when present) on third and fourth scale rows; usually with 2 enlarged postlabial scales (much larger than
body scales) .........................................
.........Northern Five-lined Skink (Eumeces jasciatus), sp.299
ORDER SQUAMATA: SUBORDER AMPHISBAENIA: LXIX. FAMILY AMPHIS-
baenidae, Ringed Lizards. One species in Florida .................
................... Worm Lizard (Rhineura fioridana), sp.305
ORDER SQUAMATA: SUBORDER SERPENTES: LXX. FAMILY COLUBRtDAE,
Colubrid Snakes.
1. Scales at least weakly keeled along middorsal line at middle of body
........................................................ 2
Dorsal scales smooth, at least at mid-body.................... 22
2. Dorsal color uniformly medium gray or grayish tan, somewhat lighter
below; head scarcely wider than neck; preocular lacking; loreal
horizontally elongate; maximum length about 300 mm..........
................Rough Earth Snake (Virginia striatula), sp.319
Dorsal color pattern not uniform unless in sharp contrast with ventral color; head noticeably wider than neck; preocular usually present and vertically elongate; loreal usually not horizontally elongate, sometimes lacking; maximum length of most species more than 300 mm ................................................ 3
3. Anal plate single .......................................... 4
Anal plate divided obliquely (Plate VI-4) .................... 7
4. Depth of rostral plate greater than its width; tail less than 20%
of total length ............................................
................. Pine Snake (Pituophis melanoleucus), sp.331
Vertical dimension of rostral less than the horizontal dimension; tail more than 20% of total length ........................ 5
5. With 23 or more dorsal scale rows; upperparts plain or with large
dark blotches .......................................... 18
With only 19 dorsal scale rows; upperparts striped or with small dark blotches ........................................... 6
6. Tail more than 27% of total length; more than 85 pairs of caudal
plates.....Eastern Ribbon Snake (Thamnophis sauritus)> sp.318
Tail less than 27% of total length; less than 85 pairs of caudal plates......Common Garter Snake (Thamnophis sirtalis), sp.317
7. Rostral plate turned up and pointed .......................... 8
Rostral plate neither turned up nor pointed ................... 9
8. Prefrontal scales at least partly in contact; under side of tail often
lighter than belly ..........................................
.....Eastern Hog-nosed Snake (Heterodon platyrhinos), sp.338
70 / VERTEBRATES OF FLORIDA


Frontal
Prefrontals Frontonasal
Supranasal Rostral
Frontoparietals
Posterior loreal Anterior loreal Postnasal
Nasal Rostral
Upper labials
Lower labials Postlabial
Supraoculars Parietal Interparietal
Upper secondary temporal Nuchals
Superciliaries Secondary temporals
Primary temporal
Mental
Postmental Chin shields
Lower labials *
Fig. 5. Specialized scales on the head of a lizard (Eumeces laticeps)
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P41_TL00033 1410
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P41_SP00304 1512
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P41_SP00351
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P41_SP00354
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P41_SP00357
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P41_ST00401
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P41_SP00362
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P41_SP00366
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P41_ST00410
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P41_SP00370
P41_ST00413 1839 Sole 0614
P41_SP00371
P41_ST00414 (Achirus 80140260
P41_SP00372 1868
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P41_SP00373
P41_ST00416 1859 ,
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P41_ST00419 TO
P41_SP00376 689
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P41_SP00378
P41_ST00422
P41_SP00379
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P250_SP00185 993
P250_ST00207 969 Spotted 0372066
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P250_ST00208 3504007
P250_SP00187
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P250_ST00210 595 976 guttata 1764633
P250_SP00189 1001
P250_ST00211 710 972 162 (Schneider) 50205126506
P250_TL00022
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P250_ST00213 A 2
P250_SP00191
P250_ST00214 small 02166
P250_SP00192 1053
P250_ST00215 75 turtle 0.87 300220
P250_SP00193 678
P250_ST00216 691 3637
P250_SP00194 1054
P250_ST00217 765
P250_SP00195
P250_ST00218 proportions 32737051404
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P250_ST00219 997 82
P250_SP00197
P250_ST00220 1037 a
P250_SP00198
P250_ST00221 1065 mud 552
P250_SP00199 1124
P250_ST00222 1137 1035 39 tur turtle,
P250_TL00023 1063
P250_ST00223 tle, 4206
P250_SP00200 197 1092
P250_ST00224 230
P250_SP00201 1088
P250_ST00225 0225
P250_SP00202 329
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P250_SP00203 468
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P250_SP00204 543 1096
P250_ST00228 555 spots 02741
P250_SP00205
P250_ST00229 (often 572053
P250_SP00206
P250_ST00230 1067 91 yellow 552385
P250_SP00207 831
P250_ST00231 844
P250_SP00208 874 1093
P250_ST00232 orange 200862
P250_SP00209 981
P250_ST00233 994
P250_SP00210
P250_ST00234 life) 05463
P250_SP00211 1085
P250_ST00235 1095 1078
P250_SP00212 1129
P250_ST00236 1142 1070 056
P250_TL00024 1103
P250_ST00237 1110 28430223
P250_SP00213 1133
P250_ST00238 755
P250_SP00214 354
P250_ST00239 head. 64645
P250_SP00215 448
P250_ST00240 469 1104 (Rarely 6625534
P250_SP00216 1134
P250_ST00241 those 15606
P250_SP00217 1130
P250_ST00242
P250_SP00218 719
P250_ST00243 1106 066
P250_SP00219 1131
P250_ST00244 797 1114 04443034
P250_SP00220
P250_ST00245 940
P250_SP00221
P250_ST00246
P250_SP00222 1049
P250_ST00247 1108 118 lacking.) 310243410
P250_TL00025 152 1140
P250_ST00248 There 04101
P250_SP00223 237 1165
P250_ST00249
P250_SP00224 272
P250_ST00250 1141 also 0.42 6636
P250_SP00225 1166
P250_ST00251 355 1149 8607
P250_SP00226 428 1167
P250_ST00252 1143 156070
P250_SP00227 1173
P250_ST00253 547 1150
P250_SP00228 1168
P250_ST00254
P250_SP00229
P250_ST00255 1144 plastron, 782505320
P250_SP00230 1174
P250_ST00256
P250_SP00231 838 1170
P250_ST00257 852 241
P250_SP00232 895
P250_ST00258 908 ground 407303
P250_SP00233 1176
P250_ST00259 1147 27630
P250_SP00234 1171
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P250_TL00026 1178
P250_ST00261 entire 004765
P250_SP00235 1204
P250_ST00262 1180 16577
P250_SP00236 307 1205
P250_ST00263 318
P250_SP00237
P250_ST00264 350 blackish. 0.40 784645466
P250_SP00238 476
P250_ST00265 487 1181 1086007
P250_SP00239 1207
P250_ST00266 1182 252713
P250_SP00240 727 1213
P250_ST00267 737 1183 05110
P250_SP00241 1208
P250_ST00268 829 1184
P250_SP00242 873
P250_ST00269 1191 046
P250_TL00027 1219 989
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P250_ST00271 Southera 05006277
P250_SP00244 571
P250_ST00272 1220 131 Michigan 50061753
P250_SP00245 717 1251
P250_ST00273 1221 0.31
P250_SP00246 1246
P250_ST00274 795 Ontario 4353004
P250_SP00247 905 1247
P250_ST00275 918
P250_SP00248
P250_ST00276 984 27330477
P250_SP00249 1248
P250_ST00277 1120 54 Indi 0064 Indiana
P250_TL00028 1257
P250_ST00278 1263 ana 650
P250_SP00250 1280
P250_ST00279 127 eastward 62600235
P250_SP00251 1281
P250_ST00280 372 1260
P250_SP00252
P250_ST00281 421
P250_SP00253 1282
P250_ST00282 1258 England 3050061
P250_SP00254 1288
P250_ST00283 1259 2042700
P250_SP00255 753 1289
P250_ST00284 northern 67166505
P250_SP00256 897 1284
P250_ST00285 parts) 466614
P250_SP00257 1290
P250_ST00286 1021 1261
P250_SP00258 1072 1285
P250_ST00287 thence 030277
P250_TL00029 1294
P250_ST00288 1700521866
P250_SP00259 309 1323
P250_ST00289 326 1299 east 0012
P250_SP00260 383 1319
P250_ST00290 1295
P250_SP00261 429 1320
P250_ST00291 466
P250_SP00262 485 1321
P250_ST00292 1296 mountains, 5506004506
P250_SP00263 658 1325
P250_ST00293 1300
P250_SP00264 1322
P250_ST00294 720 1298 southeastem 06053133068
P250_SP00265 899
P250_ST00295 915 Georgia 8764725
P250_SP00266 1329
P250_ST00296 1046 (Folkerts, 6472254607
P250_TL00030 1334
P250_ST00297 1967). 0.38 768257
P250_SP00267 232 1362
P250_ST00298 06000
P250_SP00268 1359
P250_ST00299 356 1342 are 073
P250_SP00269 1360
P250_ST00300 420 1335 records, 50758586
P250_SP00270 1365
P250_ST00301 1343 7646
P250_SP00271 1361
P250_ST00302 1336 perhaps 4601370
P250_SP00272 757 1367
P250_ST00303 1337 based 70056
P250_SP00273
P250_ST00304 876 1344
P250_SP00274 910
P250_ST00305 1338 escaped 2061154
P250_SP00275 1368
P250_ST00306 captives, 400060507
P250_TL00031 1370
P250_ST00307 2180
P250_SP00276 217 1395
P250_ST00308 1371 northeastem 01446050048
P250_SP00277 1396
P250_ST00309 426 1372 0067743
P250_SP00278 1397
P250_ST00310 544 1373 681503164
P250_SP00279 1398
P250_ST00311 1377
P250_SP00280 1399
P250_ST00312 1374 Polk 0435
P250_SP00281
P250_ST00313 826 County 655614
P250_SP00282 1405
P250_ST00314 945 1375 49 385
P250_SP00283
P250_ST00315 1376 westward 25600264
P250_SP00284 1401
P250_ST00316 1157 1380
P250_TL00032 1408
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P250_SP00285 268 1433
P250_ST00318 278 1409 083640
P250_SP00286 382 1439
P250_ST00319 393 1411 (TT
P250_SP00287
P250_ST00320 686). 44556
P250_TL00033 1486
P250_ST00321 259. 0.89 0040
P250_SP00288 1510
P250_ST00322 Box
P250_SP00289 283
P250_ST00323 0300145
P250_SP00290 391 1515
P250_ST00324 1488 Terrapene 470070365
P250_SP00291 548 1517
P250_ST00325 559 06364024
P250_SP00292 1513
P250_ST00326 1489 (L.) 8060
P250_TL00034 182 1543
P250_ST00327 1546 426645750606500
P250_SP00293 440 1568
P250_ST00328
P250_SP00294
P250_ST00329 1544 terrestrial 0.88 47000100000
P250_SP00295 651 1569
P250_ST00330 1545 360100
P250_SP00296 1570
P250_ST00331 754 7325
P250_SP00297
P250_ST00332 1553 1
P250_SP00298 842
P250_ST00333 854 73450472
P250_SP00299 1576
P250_ST00334 983 1554 so
P250_SP00300 1013 1571
P250_ST00335 1026 hinged 714607
P250_SP00301 1119 1577
P250_ST00336 0536
P250_TL00035 1582
P250_ST00337
P250_SP00302 194 1607
P250_ST00338 94 animal 765601
P250_SP00303
P250_ST00339 311 1590
P250_SP00304 1613
P250_ST00340 withdraw 02704573
P250_SP00305
P250_ST00341 1583 itself 750780
P250_SP00306 1608
P250_ST00342 into 5428
P250_SP00307 659 1609
P250_ST00343 1584
P250_SP00308 713
P250_ST00344 06407
P250_SP00309 790
P250_ST00345 800 1591 3701
P250_SP00310 871 1610
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P250_SP00311 1615
P250_ST00347 3501
P250_SP00312
P250_ST00348 1121 1593 even 0.93 0011
P250_TL00036 1620
P250_ST00349 1628
P250_SP00313 1645
P250_ST00350 005
P250_SP00314
P250_ST00351 1621 84 turtle. 0560424
P250_SP00315 1646
P250_ST00352 345 036
P250_SP00316
P250_ST00353 97 625354
P250_SP00317 507 1652
P250_ST00354 1622 08734073
P250_SP00318
P250_ST00355
P250_SP00319 1647
P250_ST00356 1623 unwebbed 73021155
P250_SP00320 850 1648
P250_ST00357 front 01647
P250_SP00321 928 1653
P250_ST00358 938 toes 3646
P250_SP00322 1649
P250_ST00359 1009 will
P250_SP00323 1059
P250_ST00360 separate 04404070
P250_TL00037 1658
P250_ST00361
P250_SP00324 1683
P250_ST00362 1659 3455
P250_SP00325 1684
P250_ST00363 all
P250_SP00326
P250_ST00364 other 70242
P250_SP00327
P250_ST00365 0846663
P250_SP00328 499
P250_ST00366 510 1660 101 5715065
P250_SP00329 611 1690
P250_ST00367 624
P250_SP00330
P250_ST00368 663 015
P250_SP00331 1686
P250_ST00369 family, 2007306
P250_SP00332 1692
P250_ST00370 1668 as 45
P250_SP00333
P250_ST00371 1661 2265
P250_SP00334 921
P250_ST00372 1662 045
P250_SP00335 1687
P250_ST00373 relative 04710614
P250_SP00336
P250_ST00374 depth 20430
P250_TL00038 1697
P250_ST00375
P250_SP00337 1722
P250_ST00376 190
P250_SP00338 1723
P250_ST00377 245 0.24 86877
P250_SP00339
P250_ST00378 321 1698 (about 550621
P250_SP00340 1727
P250_ST00379 1699
P250_SP00341
P250_ST00380 1702 3860647
P250_SP00342 1729
P250_ST00381 579
P250_SP00343 1724
P250_ST00382 maximum 3157500
P250_SP00344
P250_ST00383 769 width). 4430220
P250_SP00345
P250_ST00384 1700 Although 73554040
P250_SP00346 1011 1730
P250_ST00385 1701 331
P250_SP00347 1726
P250_ST00386 1077 57365
P250_SP00348
P250_ST00387 1158 0.29
P250_TL00039 1736
P250_ST00388
P250_SP00349 1761
P250_ST00389 211 05588
P250_SP00350
P250_ST00390 290
P250_SP00351 312
P250_ST00391 variable, 000000025
P250_SP00352
P250_ST00392 1737 05
P250_SP00353
P250_ST00393 0100000
P250_SP00354 1768
P250_ST00394 615 contains 05660053
P250_SP00355 1763
P250_ST00395 1746 0636
P250_SP00356 1764
P250_ST00396 1739 265555
P250_SP00357 1769
P250_ST00397 946
P250_SP00358
P250_ST00398 990 1747 orange. 5440673
P250_SP00359
P250_ST00399 1740 Max
P250_TL00040 1773
P250_ST00400 imum 1454
P250_SP00360 1798
P250_ST00401 1774 30630
P250_SP00361 1799
P250_ST00402 003707
P250_SP00362 1805
P250_ST00403 66663
P250_SP00363 1800
P250_ST00404 1776
P250_SP00364 545
P250_ST00405 1783 540
P250_TL00041 1834
P250_ST00406
P250_SP00365 1856
P250_ST00407 0.15
P250_SP00366
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P53_ST00018 878 190 or 0.85
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P53_ST00046 500 333 354
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P53_SP00045
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P53_SP00054 178
P53_ST00062 197 450 51 row 513
P53_SP00055 248
P53_ST00063 268 444 05
P53_SP00056 295
P53_ST00064 papillae 70700602
P53_SP00057
P53_ST00065 152 (sometimes 4058177600
P53_SP00058 596 472
P53_ST00066 618 160 incomplete) 0.63 53250781024
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P53_ST00069 445
P53_SP00062 971
P53_ST00070 102 labium; 0482013
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P53_SP00064 506
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P53_SP00065
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P53_ST00075 519 490 56 4500
P53_SP00067 575
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P53_SP00071 988
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P53_SP00074 545
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P53_SP00203 1921
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P297_SP00207
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P297_SP00208 1266
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P297_ST00237 768 105 Gmelin 502724
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P297_SP00214 1324
P297_ST00240 40
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P297_SP00216
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P297_ST00244 50434
P297_SP00219 924
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P297_ST00247
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P297_SP00222
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P297_SP00223 226
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P297_ST00252 434 05346
P297_SP00226 507 1363
P297_ST00253 1344
P297_SP00227 579
P297_ST00254 594 02042
P297_SP00228 670
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P297_SP00230
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P297_SP00248
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P297_SP00263
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P297_SP00264
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P297_SP00270
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P297_SP00271 862
P297_ST00303 875 176 YeUowstone 3480210643
P297_SP00272 1051
P297_ST00304 1064 Na National
P297_TL00033 1567
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P297_ST00306 173 1568 Park, 51002
P297_SP00274 247 1596
P297_ST00307 263 00000006
P297_SP00275
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P297_SP00278
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P297_ST00317 1614 0.31
P297_SP00284
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P297_SP00285 501
P297_ST00319 1610 coast. 262000
P297_SP00286 595
P297_ST00320 609 Winters 2300200
P297_SP00287 719
P297_ST00321 731 0033
P297_SP00288
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P297_ST00323 97 Califor 0004472 California,
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P297_ST00325 1644 0060145
P297_SP00291 243 1669
P297_ST00326 Arizona, 40002322
P297_SP00292 1672
P297_ST00327
P297_SP00293 440
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P297_SP00294 576
P297_ST00329 591 1645 Gulf
P297_SP00295
P297_ST00330
P297_SP00296 700
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P297_SP00298
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P297_SP00301 191
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P297_SP00302
P297_ST00338 343 Mexico 014405
P297_SP00303 448 1708
P297_ST00339 057
P297_SP00304
P297_ST00340 1684 Guatemala. 7200121541
P297_SP00305
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P297_SP00306 1714
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P297_ST00343 959
P297_SP00308
P297_ST00344 1685 Florida, 00100506
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P297_ST00347 1724 coast, 030605
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P297_ST00348 410 1721
P297_SP00312 477
P297_ST00349 495 1722 October 1000500
P297_SP00313
P297_ST00350 625 1725
P297_SP00314 652
P297_ST00351 668 April, 550080
P297_SP00315
P297_ST00352 occasionally 203340145650
P297_SP00316 1752
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P308_ST00065 287 457
P308_SP00058 315
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P308_SP00059 355
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P308_ST00117 845 from 5567
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P308_SP00183 1035
P308_ST00204 1047
P308_SP00184 1099
P308_ST00205 1774
P308_TL00022 1028
P308_ST00206
P308_SP00185 201 1076
P308_ST00207 2630
P308_SP00186 280 1077
P308_ST00208 294 1057 not
P308_SP00187 339
P308_ST00209 352 streaked; 330532368
P308_SP00188
P308_ST00210 497 1053 iris 0000
P308_SP00189 541
P308_ST00211 3000
P308_SP00190 620
P308_ST00212 (Palmer, 66074016
P308_SP00191
P308_ST00213 1962). 078077
P308_SP00192
P308_ST00214 Hybrids 0020077
P308_SP00193
P308_ST00215 between 7616443
P308_SP00194 1115 1078
P308_ST00216 1128 this 0703
P308_TL00023 1090 504
P308_ST00217 101 species 0462760
P308_SP00195 250 1121
P308_ST00218
P308_SP00196
P308_ST00219 053
P308_SP00197 364
P308_ST00220 374 22405
P308_SP00198
P308_ST00221 0303
P308_SP00199
P308_ST00222 1098 we 0.16
P308_SP00200 576 1116 5
P308_ST00223 pink. 30206
P308_TL00024 1129
P308_ST00224 1133 220 3836480635248
P308_SP00201 1154
P308_ST00225 132 Northern 36003606
P308_SP00202
P308_ST00226 582 1130 27005
P308_SP00203 1155
P308_ST00227 673 130 America, 54366400
P308_SP00204 803 1159
P308_ST00228 814 0073
P308_SP00205
P308_ST00229 892 Venezuela 456515055
P308_SP00206
P308_ST00230 1050
P308_SP00207
P308_ST00231 1087 BrazU, 023084
P308_TL00025 1167
P308_ST00232 rarely 512126
P308_SP00208 1198
P308_ST00233 248 136 straggling 0.85 0010440040
P308_SP00209
P308_ST00234 399 1171
P308_SP00210 425 1192
P308_ST00235 000
P308_SP00211 484
P308_ST00236 180 southeastera 050015460477
P308_SP00212 1193
P308_ST00237 015474
P308_SP00213 793 1194
P308_ST00238 810 1168 States 105140
P308_SP00214 895
P308_ST00239 910 (but 0.87 0320
P308_SP00215 966
P308_ST00240 981 feral 07068
P308_SP00216
P308_ST00241 1059 origm 60168
P308_SP00217 1200
P308_ST00242 1149
P308_TL00026 1205
P308_ST00243 1213 some 1501
P308_SP00218 222 1231
P308_ST00244 233 open 0535
P308_SP00219 1236
P308_ST00245 311 1208 04
P308_SP00220 1230
P308_ST00246 349 140 question); 6048008463
P308_SP00221 489
P308_ST00247 1206 5255
P308_SP00222
P308_ST00248 introduced 1511643026
P308_SP00223 718
P308_ST00249 728 1207 353
P308_SP00224
P308_ST00250 01303404
P308_SP00225 911 1237
P308_ST00251 920 1210 at
P308_SP00226 946
P308_ST00252 Greynolds 002207050
P308_SP00227 1103
P308_ST00253 Park 0037
P308_TL00027 1244
P308_ST00254 (Miami) 6322216
P308_SP00228 1274
P308_ST00255 025
P308_SP00229 324 1269
P308_ST00256 335 wandering 445561153
P308_SP00230 1275
P308_ST00257 1251 over 5005
P308_SP00231 557
P308_ST00258 south 02104
P308_SP00232
P308_ST00259 657 0821144
P308_SP00233 1270
P308_ST00260 771 1245 (Bundy, 4443757
P308_SP00234 884
P308_ST00261 901 1246 59 1962 5625
P308_SP00235 1271
P308_ST00262 971 165
P308_SP00236
P308_ST00263 1036 1965; 85645
P308_SP00237
P308_ST00264 Map 054
P308_TL00028 1282
P308_ST00265 39). 8767
P308_TB00002 1357
P308_TL00029 1365
P308_ST00266 395. 6047
P308_SP00238 1389
P308_ST00267 Roseate 4473752
P308_SP00239 1390
P308_ST00268 142 Spoonbill, 0.19 8888886887
P308_SP00240 490 1396
P308_ST00269 1367 Ajaia 53406
P308_SP00241 1397
P308_ST00270 585 ajaja 00401
P308_SP00242 654
P308_ST00271 667 6170
P308_TL00030 1423
P308_ST00272 1427 544006545430041
P308_SP00243 1448
P308_ST00273 472 Somewhat 07420351
P308_SP00244 621
P308_ST00274 1424 302301
P308_SP00245 1454
P308_ST00275 than 2100
P308_SP00246 782 1449
P308_ST00276 052
P308_SP00247
P308_ST00277 847 Little 042087
P308_SP00248 923
P308_ST00278 Blue 3807
P308_SP00249 997 1450
P308_ST00279 1008 1426 Heron 55577
P308_SP00250 1097
P308_ST00280 1105 1425 747035
P308_TL00031 1461
P308_ST00281 030835
P308_SP00251 1491
P308_ST00282 1462
P308_SP00252 1486
P308_ST00283 291 1464
P308_SP00253
P308_ST00284 331 90
P308_SP00254 363
P308_ST00285 0030
P308_SP00255
P308_ST00286 747015
P308_SP00256 1487
P308_ST00287 bill 7386
P308_SP00257
P308_ST00288 074
P308_SP00258
P308_ST00289 677 1463 bare 6184
P308_SP00259 1488
P308_ST00290 6606
P308_SP00260 818
P308_ST00291 831 greenish; 322500156
P308_SP00261 958 1494
P308_ST00292
P308_SP00262 1489
P308_ST00293
P308_SP00263 1100
P308_ST00294 1112 back 3455
P308_TL00032 1499
P308_ST00295 white, 431465
P308_SP00264 234 1529
P308_ST00296 254 1500 sometimes 032255610
P308_SP00265 1525
P308_ST00297 421 tinged 226527
P308_SP00266 1531
P308_ST00298 525 4304
P308_SP00267
P308_ST00299 602 70567354
P308_SP00268 714
P308_ST00300 734 tail 1637
P308_SP00269 776 1526
P308_ST00301 794 1502 003
P308_SP00270
P308_ST00302 863 sides 23756
P308_SP00271 1527
P308_ST00303 950
P308_SP00272
P308_ST00304 994 1503 breast 056540
P308_SP00273 1528
P308_ST00305 bufl^; 6168100
P308_TL00033 1537
P308_ST00306 137 otherwise 604305627
P308_SP00274 284 1563
P308_ST00307 1538 95 mostly 432200
P308_SP00275 390 1569
P308_ST00308 1539 pink; 00358
P308_SP00276
P308_ST00309 1542 tarsus 372003
P308_SP00277 1564
P308_ST00310
P308_SP00278
P308_ST00311 1543 0706
P308_SP00279 1565
P308_ST00312 1540 17516856
P308_SP00280 832 1571
P308_ST00313 5227
P308_SP00281 891
P308_ST00314 1541 reddish. 06602324
P308_SP00282 1566
P308_ST00315 1032 500328335
P308_TL00034 1576
P308_ST00316 103 similar, 37504053
P308_SP00283 1605
P308_ST00317 265 1577
P308_SP00284 1602
P308_ST00318 paler 05850
P308_SP00285 1607
P308_ST00319 406 (sometimes 2455056071
P308_SP00286 1606
P308_ST00320 1578 15113000
P308_SP00287 1608
P308_ST00321 699 white), 1043425
P308_SP00288 796
P308_ST00322 1579 buff 2444
P308_SP00289 869 1603
P308_ST00323 74
P308_SP00290 1604
P308_ST00324 918 1580 adults 050101
P308_SP00291
P308_ST00325 replaced 02004346
P308_SP00292 1131 1610
P308_ST00326 1141 by
P308_TL00035 1614
P308_ST00327 60646316
P308_SP00293 259 1645
P308_ST00328 271 1615 5006
P308_SP00294 1640
P308_ST00329 006
P308_SP00295
P308_ST00330 410 0405
P308_SP00296
P308_ST00331 feathered, 3345235140
P308_SP00297 628
P308_ST00332 1617 005
P308_SP00298 690 1642
P308_ST00333 702 1620 030000
P308_SP00299
P308_ST00334 1618
P308_SP00300 846
P308_ST00335 858 1621 2775
P308_SP00301 915
P308_ST00336 131 yeUowish 0.43 60874656
P308_SP00302 1058 1648
P308_ST00337 1622
P308_SP00303 1643
P308_ST00338 dark. 43671
P308_TL00036 1653
P308_ST00339 1654
P308_SP00304 184 1678
P308_ST00340 193 aU 08
P308_SP00305
P308_ST00341 1661 6053
P308_SP00306 298 1684
P308_ST00342 307 016
P308_SP00307 350 1679
P308_ST00343 roughened, 0584353017
P308_SP00308 1685
P308_ST00344 1655 spatulate 005078413
P308_SP00309 659
P308_ST00345 0012
P308_SP00310 1680
P308_ST00346 91 should 610083
P308_SP00311
P308_ST00347 827 1656 render 173074
P308_SP00312 1681
P308_ST00348 929 it
P308_SP00313 947
P308_ST00349 unmistakable. 0626034365844
P308_TL00037 1693 990
P308_ST00350 1697 2627534521406
P308_SP00314 1718
P308_ST00351 1694 455661
P308_SP00315
P308_ST00352 0380
P308_SP00316 1719
P308_ST00353 1698 westera 0500577
P308_SP00317 774
P308_ST00354 807 1695 0864555
P308_SP00318 1724
P308_ST00355 955 coastal 4740327
P308_SP00319 1720
P308_ST00356 1082 1696 Texas, 077485
P308_TL00038 1730
P308_ST00357 southwestera 084154301077
P308_SP00320 336 1756
P308_ST00358 1731 Louisiana, 1700705446
P308_SP00321 1760
P308_ST00359 1732 017
P308_SP00322
P308_ST00360 592 southern 06506755
P308_SP00323 1757
P308_ST00361 2840040
P308_SP00324 838
P308_ST00362 856 1733 075560036
P308_SP00325 1758
P308_ST00363 1737
P308_SP00326 1049 1759
P308_ST00364 1067 most 1770
P308_SP00327
P308_ST00365 1147
P308_TL00039 1769
P308_ST00366 47204
P308_SP00328 1794
P308_ST00367 11133046
P308_SP00329 371 1799
P308_ST00368 withdrawing 40566000671
P308_SP00330 1801
P308_ST00369 3370
P308_SP00331 1796
P308_ST00370 1771 0503025350
P308_SP00332 1800
P308_ST00371 1772 006046
P308_SP00333
P308_ST00372
P308_SP00334 1797
P308_ST00373 119 northera 67005577
P308_SP00335
P308_ST00374 1773 Mcx- 2872
P308_TL00040 1830
P308_ST00375 0.25 777
P308_SP00336 192 1853
P308_ST00376 0.20
P308_SP00337
P308_ST00377 1835 181 VERTEBRATES 03446251033
P308_SP00338 1854
P308_ST00378 OF
P308_SP00339
P308_ST00379 FLORIDA 0462751


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P103_SP00004 314
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P103_SP00005 356
P103_ST00006 373 140 31 long 0.51 0477
P103_SP00006 431 171 16
P103_ST00007 447 26 18 1.00 00
P103_SP00007 473 165
P103_ST00008 490 144 tarsus 0.55 477440
P103_SP00008 569 22
P103_ST00009 591 435 6 0.21 7
P103_SP00009 1026
P103_ST00010 1050 5 0.25
P103_TL00002 95 178 970
P103_ST00011 Culmen 045847
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P103_ST00012 211 74 much 0.38 6547
P103_SP00011 285
P103_ST00013 302 179 shorter 0.35 7758674
P103_SP00012 398 14
P103_ST00014 412 59 than 0.60 0708
P103_SP00013 471
P103_ST00015 489 183 20 0.70 206540
P103_SP00014 568
P103_ST00016 590 198 436
P103_SP00015 204
P103_ST00017 0.56 4
P103_TL00003 224 1009
P103_ST00018 5. 0.32 76
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P103_SP00019 341
P103_ST00022 0.72 1108
P103_SP00020 415
P103_ST00023 430 225 51 280 0.47 276
P103_SP00021 481
P103_ST00024 496 60 mm; 0.69 350
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P103_ST00025 572 226 42 biU 0.74 007
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P103_ST00026 627 66 from 0.40 6736
P103_SP00024 693 250
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P103_SP00025 792
P103_ST00028 807 233 68 4766
P103_SP00026 875 251
P103_ST00029 890 0.66 0435
P103_SP00027 950
P103_ST00030 966 34 30 0.63 43
P103_SP00028 1000
P103_ST00031 1015 52 mm 65
P103_TL00004 127 263 940
P103_ST00032 57 0.30 8685
P103_SP00029 184 295
P103_ST00033 208 283 816
P103_SP00030 1024 289 27
P103_ST00034 1051 0.54
P103_TL00005 94
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P103_SP00031 162 327
P103_ST00036 048622
P103_SP00032 260 334
P103_ST00037 278 47 less 0.58 5560
P103_SP00033 325
P103_ST00038 342 303 0.41 6646
P103_SP00034 402
P103_ST00039 420 0.43 654
P103_SP00035 472
P103_ST00040 310 0.49 437
P103_SP00036 550 332
P103_ST00041 bUl 0.37 783
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P103_ST00042 630 64 4444
P103_SP00038 694
P103_ST00043 713 304 6700667
P103_SP00039 798
P103_ST00044 8300
P103_SP00040 863
P103_ST00045 882 0.76 3006
P103_SP00041 941
P103_ST00046 961 33
P103_SP00042 994
P103_ST00047 1013 0.73
P103_TL00006 939
P103_ST00048 2674
P103_SP00043
P103_ST00049 361
P103_SP00044 479 367
P103_ST00050 500 112 Virginia 64642800
P103_SP00045 612
P103_ST00051 628 Rail 0.80 1240
P103_SP00046 686 366
P103_ST00052 99 29 (Rallus 8075573
P103_SP00047 806 371
P103_ST00053 823 132 Umicola), 0.44 850364777
P103_SP00048 955
P103_ST00054 974 91 sp.466 0.68 247005
P103_TL00007 387
P103_ST00055 6. 70
P103_SP00049 78 413
P103_ST00056 388 More 3025
P103_SP00050
P103_ST00057 396 gray 0.92 0003
P103_SP00051 237
P103_ST00058 252 389 0806
P103_SP00052 312 414
P103_ST00059 390 brown 55238
P103_SP00053
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P103_SP00054 462
P103_ST00061 478 sides 0.85 00700
P103_SP00055 542
P103_ST00062 559 of 0.33
P103_SP00056 586
P103_ST00063 601 head; 64278
P103_SP00057 675 419
P103_ST00064 691 bend 0.48 7084
P103_SP00058 756
P103_ST00065 773
P103_SP00059 800
P103_ST00066 815 wing 7286
P103_SP00060 880
P103_ST00067 895 plain 32078
P103_SP00061 963 421
P103_ST00068 978 86 0.27 87766
P103_TL00008 427 937 35
P103_ST00069 446 299
P103_SP00062 425 452
P103_ST00070 448 109 Clapper 0.83 5020110
P103_SP00063 557 459
P103_ST00071 574 RaU 418
P103_SP00064 631
P103_ST00072 651 428 28 7045675
P103_SP00065 752 456
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P103_SP00066 956
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P103_ST00075 Brown 27678
P103_SP00067 491
P103_ST00076 191 predominating 0.53 6066025733385
P103_SP00068 499
P103_ST00077 475 06
P103_SP00069 493
P103_ST00078 450 468 22725
P103_SP00070 515
P103_ST00079 530 469
P103_SP00071 558
P103_ST00080 573 73 65006
P103_SP00072 646 498
P103_ST00081 662 6061
P103_SP00073 727
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P103_SP00074 770 494
P103_ST00083 784 4700
P103_SP00075 849
P103_ST00084 864 98 reddish 4647054
P103_SP00076 962
P103_ST00085 86565
P103_TL00010 124 507
P103_ST00086 525 404
P103_SP00077 528 531
P103_ST00087 King 1066
P103_SP00078 615 539
P103_ST00088 56 0.59 038
P103_SP00079 532
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P103_SP00080 537
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P103_SP00081 538
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P103_ST00092 553 7. 0.79 40
P103_SP00082 77 578
P103_ST00093 Wing 3382
P103_SP00083 584
P103_ST00094 560 0.39 3776
P103_SP00084 247 577
P103_ST00095 262 0.75 0027
P103_SP00085 322
P103_ST00096 343 554 48 100 0.84 031
P103_SP00086 391
P103_ST00097 408 561 45
P103_SP00087
P103_ST00098 476 555 0.46 4584
P103_SP00088 535 585
P103_ST00099
P103_SP00089 1025 579
P103_ST00100 1049 9
P103_TL00012
P103_ST00101 0087
P103_SP00090 624
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P103_ST00107
P103_SP00096 619
P103_ST00108 8 0.31
P103_TL00013 636
P103_ST00109 8.
P103_SP00097 661
P103_ST00110 62 With 0.78 3005
P103_SP00098 156
P103_ST00111 644 a
P103_SP00099 188
P103_ST00112 206 637 patch 35301
P103_SP00100 668
P103_ST00113 298 638 50
P103_SP00101 326
P103_ST00114 344 72 white 44025
P103_SP00102 416
P103_ST00115 639 in 08
P103_SP00103 461 663
P103_ST00116 480 41 the 605
P103_SP00104 521
P103_ST00117 540 166 secondaries; 642054040507
P103_SP00105 706
P103_ST00118 725 145 underparts 5365520440
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P103_SP00107 958
P103_ST00120 74443
P103_TL00014 131 676 933
P103_ST00121
P103_SP00108 308 702
P103_ST00122 97 Yellow 066035
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P103_ST00123 677 0372
P103_SP00110 504
P103_ST00124 526 (Coturnicops 837373511410
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P103_ST00126 89 sp.468 276354
P103_TL00015 714
P103_ST00127 39 No
P103_SP00113 739
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P103_SP00114 217
P103_ST00129 236 44
P103_SP00115 740
P103_ST00130 277 004436000647
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P103_ST00131 716 2806777770
P103_SP00117 606 748
P103_ST00132 626 717 87 smoky 07325
P103_SP00118
P103_ST00133 731 5145
P103_SP00119 790
P103_ST00134 734 243
P103_TL00016 129 754 934
P103_ST00135 772 273
P103_SP00120 779
P103_ST00136 426 755 Black 42501
P103_SP00121
P103_ST00137 523 0.91 3000
P103_SP00122 580
P103_ST00138 603 150 (Laterallus 0.52 84525062477
P103_SP00123 753
P103_ST00139 771 169 jamaicensis) 215420377067
P103_SP00124 785
P103_ST00140 947 774 10 ,
P103_SP00125 952
P103_ST00141 sp.469 157066
P103_TL00017 55 805 1010
P103_ST00142 9. 80
P103_SP00126 830
P103_ST00143 0.67 07107
P103_SP00127 831
P103_ST00144 81 lenglh 107500
P103_SP00128 837
P103_ST00145 275 0770
P103_SP00129
P103_ST00146 340 0.42 4648
P103_SP00130 399
P103_ST00147 417 300 444
P103_SP00131
P103_ST00148 485 814 057
P103_SP00132 546 836
P103_ST00149 563 808 back 1307
P103_SP00133 832
P103_ST00150 spotted 2760345
P103_SP00134 741 839
P103_ST00151 759 with 2737
P103_SP00135 833
P103_ST00152 834 black 67003
P103_SP00136 907
P103_ST00153 926 809 49 and 085
P103_SP00137
P103_ST00154 992 58003
P103_TL00018 846
P103_ST00155 433
P103_SP00138 562 871
P103_ST00156 588 Sora 4440
P103_SP00139 648
P103_ST00157 673 847 (Porzana 86304724
P103_SP00140 797 876
P103_ST00158 817 135 Carolina), 0623108677
P103_SP00141 877
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P103_ST00160 57000
P103_SP00142 909
P103_ST00161 173 884 178877
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P103_SP00235
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P117_SP00078 536 582
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P117_SP00079 613 583
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P117_SP00080 725
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P117_SP00081 880
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P117_ST00094 1048
P117_TL00013 592
P117_ST00095 19. 477
P117_SP00083 616
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P117_SP00087 619
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P117_SP00088 620
P117_ST00101 577 50
P117_SP00089 627
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P117_SP00095
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P117_SP00099 516
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P117_SP00103 804
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P117_SP00104 890
P117_ST00118 908 0407
P117_SP00105 660
P117_ST00119 985
P117_SP00106 1001
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P117_SP00111
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P117_SP00112
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P117_SP00113 736
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P117_ST00134 62000
P117_SP00118 175 773
P117_ST00135 190 81 107766
P117_SP00119
P117_ST00136 285 750 700182
P117_SP00120
P117_ST00137 48 0.41 5584
P117_SP00121 775
P117_ST00138 456 751 6007
P117_SP00122
P117_ST00139
P117_SP00123
P117_ST00140 759
P117_SP00124 655
P117_ST00141 669 006533
P117_SP00125 782
P117_ST00142 767 04
P117_SP00126 776
P117_ST00143 807 753 047108
P117_SP00127
P117_ST00144 919 621082
P117_SP00128 1014
P117_ST00145 1029 46 0330
P117_TL00018 138 787 937
P117_ST00146 0807
P117_SP00129 812
P117_ST00147 217
P117_SP00130
P117_ST00148 796 078
P117_SP00131 818
P117_ST00149 344 789 widlh 0.91 02100
P117_SP00132 419 813
P117_ST00150 67
P117_SP00133 464 814
P117_ST00151 790 bUl 681
P117_SP00134 524
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P117_SP00135 567 815
P117_ST00153 585 0.53 7334
P117_SP00136
P117_ST00154 7000675
P117_SP00137 756
P117_ST00155 2408
P117_SP00138 823
P117_ST00156 841 3758
P117_SP00139 900
P117_ST00157 920
P117_SP00140
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P117_TL00019 827
P117_ST00160 836072
P117_SP00142 858
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P117_ST00162 848 689
P117_TL00020 866
P117_ST00163 884
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P117_SP00145
P117_ST00165 454 0160300654
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P117_SP00156 986
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P117_ST00179 982
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P117_ST00180 963 103 Homed 21703
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P117_SP00162 958
P117_ST00184 965 ,
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P117_ST00187 81460165063054
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P117_SP00167
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P117_SP00171 1110
P117_ST00195 292 1085 2735
P117_SP00172 1103
P117_ST00196 1079 4548
P117_SP00173 1104
P117_ST00197 460 1080 500
P117_SP00174
P117_ST00198 527 1087 00
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P117_ST00199 1100
P117_SP00176 1036 1106
P117_ST00200 1060 1081 2 0.79
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P117_SP00177 174 1147
P117_ST00202 188 1117 328707
P117_SP00178 1148
P117_ST00203 1118 0122
P117_SP00179 335 1142
P117_ST00204 352 6706
P117_SP00180 411
P117_ST00205 431 1119 0.96 010
P117_SP00181
P117_ST00206 1125
P117_SP00182
P117_ST00207 569 1138 466
P117_SP00183 1035 1144
P117_ST00208 4
P117_TL00026 1157 1010
P117_ST00209 2.
P117_SP00184 1183
P117_ST00210 028727
P117_SP00185 199 1189
P117_ST00211 1158
P117_SP00186
P117_ST00212 008
P117_SP00187 293
P117_ST00213 306 57303
P117_SP00188
P117_ST00214 1159 64 50% 027
P117_SP00189 458 1184
P117_ST00215
P117_SP00190
P117_ST00216 1161 tolal 37106
P117_SP00191
P117_ST00217 588 1160 5177064
P117_SP00192 680 1191
P117_ST00218 beUy 7686
P117_SP00193 758 1192
P117_ST00219 and 086
P117_SP00194 1185
P117_ST00220 834 under 06047
P117_SP00195 912
P117_ST00221
P117_SP00196 1186
P117_ST00222 1164 coverts 0605402
P117_TL00027 1197 941
P117_ST00223 dark
P117_SP00197 193 1221
P117_ST00224
P117_SP00198 232
P117_ST00225 female 741053
P117_SP00199
P117_ST00226 355 1216
P117_SP00200
P117_ST00227 449 1198 123 Southem 0750402
P117_SP00201 572
P117_ST00228 Martin 206647
P117_SP00202 678 1222
P117_ST00229 1199 110 (Progne 7507025
P117_SP00203 1227
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P117_TL00028 1235
P117_ST00232 187006
P117_SP00205 1267
P117_ST00233 1236
P117_SP00206 238 1260
P117_ST00234 249 lail 0.97 1000
P117_SP00207 1261
P117_ST00235 305 06470
P117_SP00208
P117_ST00236 1237 40% 057
P117_SP00209 1262
P117_ST00237 1238 63
P117_SP00210
P117_ST00238 514 total 11010
P117_SP00211
P117_ST00239 8247045
P117_SP00212 1269
P117_ST00240 belly 54273
P117_SP00213
P117_ST00241 49
P117_SP00214 1263
P117_ST00242 79 80643
P117_SP00215
P117_ST00243 1239
P117_SP00216 966
P117_ST00244 981 1242 coverls 0235610
P117_TL00029 1275
P117_ST00245 whitish 6721205
P117_SP00217 1300
P117_ST00246 0.34
P117_SP00218
P117_ST00247 296 547070
P117_SP00219
P117_ST00248 1296 626
P117_SP00220 1037 1302
P117_ST00249 1061 1277 3
P117_TL00030 1318
P117_ST00250 3.
P117_SP00221 1342
P117_ST00251 105 Wilh 4706
P117_SP00222 168
P117_ST00252 187 concealed 058040477
P117_SP00223 1343
P117_ST00253 while 70506
P117_SP00224
P117_ST00254 1326 on
P117_SP00225 465
P117_ST00255 486 1319 124 abdomen 0566018
P117_SP00226 610
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P117_SP00227 1348
P117_ST00257 757
P117_SP00228 786
P117_ST00258 0607
P117_SP00229 864
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P117_SP00230 1349
P117_ST00260 1002 42305
P117_TL00031 1357
P117_ST00261 1358 contrasting 08725076677
P117_SP00231 1389
P117_ST00262 113 abmptiy 3480666
P117_SP00232 416
P117_ST00263 1607
P117_SP00233 1382
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P117_SP00236 723
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P117_SP00237 861 1387
P117_ST00268 889 1376
P117_TL00032 1395
P117_ST00269 1415
P117_SP00238 1420
P117_ST00270 409 1396 Cuban 56307
P117_SP00239 498
P117_ST00271 503373
P117_SP00240 608
P117_ST00272 8835652
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P117_SP00244
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P117_SP00247 1465
P117_ST00280 1443
P117_SP00248 721
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P117_SP00249
P117_ST00282 47601
P117_SP00250 875
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P117_SP00251
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P117_SP00252
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P117_SP00255
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P117_SP00257
P117_ST00291 1482 gray 7365
P117_SP00258
P117_ST00292 546060
P117_SP00259
P117_ST00293 1474 02460556
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P117_ST00294 953 1493
P117_TL00035 1512
P117_ST00295 1532
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P117_SP00262 1545
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P117_SP00272
P117_ST00308 1562
P117_SP00273
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P117_TL00037 1591
P117_ST00311
P117_SP00275 1616
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P117_ST00313 268
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P117_ST00314 321 0700
P117_SP00278 368
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P117_SP00280 487
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P117_ST00319 607 1598
P117_SP00283 631
P117_ST00320 1594
P117_SP00284 677
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P117_SP00285 1619
P117_ST00322
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P117_ST00323 1667
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P117_TL00039 1699
P117_ST00333 always 681862
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P117_ST00334 possible. 640446105
P117_TL00040 1738
P117_ST00335
P117_SP00296 1760
P117_ST00336 Martins 1453304
P117_SP00297 177
P117_ST00337 194 1746 may
P117_SP00298 1766
P117_ST00338 263 1739 be
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P117_ST00339 very 0203
P117_SP00300 1767
P117_ST00340 383 1740 difficult 006004444
P117_SP00301 1763
P117_ST00341 1744
P117_SP00302
P117_ST00342 538 identify 01046411
P117_SP00303 1769
P117_ST00343 650 1742 45
P117_SP00304 1764
P117_ST00344 1741 possibly 05070330
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P117_ST00345 118 represent 542167300
P117_SP00306 1770
P117_ST00346 1749 a
P117_SP00307 983
P117_ST00347 single 830075
P117_TL00041
P117_ST00348 7750375
P117_SP00308 1799
P117_ST00349 1771 (see 3735
P117_SP00309 1797
P117_ST00350 216 Peters, 5066887
P117_SP00310 301
P117_ST00351 1772 1960); 754663
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P117_ST00352 55 only 7804
P117_SP00312 485 1800
P117_ST00353 505
P117_SP00313 1795
P117_ST00354 563 647873
P117_SP00314 647 1801
P117_ST00355 057078
P117_SP00315 755 1796
P117_ST00356
P117_SP00316 795
P117_ST00357 1774 regularly 620304732
P117_SP00317 1802
P117_ST00358 found 71785
P117_SP00318 1024
P117_ST00359 1045 1781 m
P117_TL00042 1803 977
P117_ST00360 Florida; 40100065
P117_SP00319 141 1830
P117_ST00361
P117_SP00320 1827
P117_ST00362 203 07768
P117_SP00321
P117_ST00363 299 010448
P117_SP00322
P117_ST00364 399 1804
P117_SP00323
P117_ST00365 1805 Progne 707140
P117_SP00324 1832
P117_ST00366 cryptoleuca 50355756426
P117_SP00325 1833
P117_ST00367 1806
P117_SP00326 1828
P117_ST00368 733 tiie 6675
P117_SP00327
P117_ST00369 784 A.O.U. 575050
P117_SP00328 1829
P117_ST00370 Check-list. 44416610747
P117_TL00043 1868 378
P117_ST00371 1871 KEYS 7740
P117_SP00329 761 1889
P117_ST00372 770 1872 TO
P117_SP00330 8
P117_ST00373 CLASS 38600
P117_SP00331
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P117_SP00332
P117_ST00375 0.15
P117_SP00333 1888
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P226_ST00261 1236
P226_SP00234 1262
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P226_SP00243 860 2103
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P30_ST00040 741 84 0.61 48033
P30_SP00036 825
P30_ST00041 841 0.64 825200615036
P30_SP00037 1037 327 11
P30_ST00042 1048 parallelus), 080855407567
P30_SP00038 1206
P30_ST00043 51 sp.l 5170
P30_SP00039 1270 329
P30_ST00044 1277
P30_TL00006 336 975
P30_ST00045 Lateral-fine 130031017776
P30_SP00040 361
P30_ST00046 507 760100
P30_SP00041 585
P30_ST00047 603 337 70
P30_SP00042 636
P30_ST00048 653 344
P30_SP00043 682
P30_ST00049 697 85 fewer; 0.59 525307
P30_SP00044 782
P30_ST00050 799 0768
P30_SP00045 839
P30_ST00051 857 402311
P30_SP00046 940
P30_ST00052 960 0.47 82
P30_SP00047 988
P30_ST00053 1008
P30_SP00048
P30_ST00054 1052 0.67 05054
P30_SP00049 1131 365
P30_ST00055 1148 0.35 5758
P30_SP00050 1205
P30_ST00056 1220 7321
P30_SP00051 1275
P30_ST00057 1292
P30_TL00007 373 375 933
P30_ST00058 395 215
P30_SP00052
P30_ST00059 610 376 101 Tarpon 045067
P30_SP00053 711 407
P30_ST00060 726 06563
P30_SP00054
P30_ST00061 829 703050528364
P30_SP00055 1026 405
P30_ST00062 1039 pectinatus), 421606727076
P30_SP00056 1202
P30_ST00063 sp.113 304347
P30_TL00008 271 460
P30_ST00064 465 88 ORDER 27441
P30_SP00057 359 483
P30_ST00065 198 perciformes: 448042145104
P30_SP00058 568
P30_ST00066 583 XXIX. 60220
P30_SP00059 678 484
P30_ST00067 689 107 Family 104730
P30_SP00060 9
P30_ST00068 805 461 Percichthyidae, 322551007354257
P30_SP00061 1047 489
P30_ST00069 1058 145 Temperate 0.86 020006012
P30_SP00062 1203
P30_ST00070 1212 Basses. 0.73 2070107
P30_TL00009 292
P30_ST00071 511 1. 0.53
P30_SP00063 534
P30_ST00072 333 96 Second 740560
P30_SP00064 429 535
P30_ST00073 448 512 56 0410
P30_SP00065 504
P30_ST00074 523 69 spine 00380
P30_SP00066 592 542
P30_ST00075 611 516 43 not 0.95 100
P30_SP00067 654
P30_ST00076 672 519 more 0.83 0006
P30_SP00068 536
P30_ST00077 758 61 0.70 0605
P30_SP00069 819
P30_ST00078 835 115 one-fifth 562000412
P30_SP00070 950
P30_ST00079 967 63
P30_SP00071 994
P30_ST00080 1013 head 5104
P30_SP00072 1076
P30_ST00081 1094 length 718006
P30_SP00073 1177
P30_ST00082 1195 49 and 033
P30_SP00074 1244
P30_ST00083 1262 46 0432
P30_TL00010 550 934
P30_ST00084 59 0501
P30_SP00075 427 574
P30_ST00085 52 half 0.81 0007
P30_SP00076 493
P30_ST00086 506 837606
P30_SP00077 582
P30_ST00087 601 0.29
P30_SP00078 628 575
P30_ST00088 641 longest 0.82 1100503
P30_SP00079 736
P30_ST00089 749 0.88 0103
P30_SP00080
P30_ST00090 818 558 ray 104
P30_SP00081 861
P30_ST00091 878 569 424
P30_TL00011
P30_ST00092 608 356
P30_SP00082 613
P30_ST00093 589 Striped 0156234
P30_SP00083 845 620
P30_ST00094 858 590 Bass 6050
P30_SP00084 919
P30_ST00095 937 121 (Morone 8460523
P30_SP00085 618
P30_ST00096 1071 saxatilis), 60034000077
P30_SP00086 617
P30_ST00097 sp.115 0.84 040400
P30_TL00012 627 977
P30_ST00098 97 040175
P30_SP00087
P30_ST00099 447 0705
P30_SP00088 503
P30_ST00100 520 21034
P30_SP00089 660
P30_ST00101 75 about 05670
P30_SP00090 683
P30_ST00102 701 one-third 0.46 646048773
P30_SP00091 826
P30_ST00103 844 44
P30_SP00092 871
P30_ST00104 887 64 0041
P30_SP00093
P30_ST00105 0.50 555633
P30_SP00094 1051 659
P30_ST00106 076
P30_SP00095 652
P30_ST00107 1137 631 at
P30_SP00096 1162
P30_ST00108 least 36303
P30_SP00097 1241
P30_ST00109 1257 4201
P30_TL00013 369 667
P30_ST00110 635572
P30_SP00098 451 699
P30_ST00111 464 668 04
P30_SP00099 691
P30_ST00112 502 0.91 1021000
P30_SP00100 597
P30_ST00113 669 1860
P30_SP00101 665
P30_ST00114 675
P30_SP00102 720
P30_ST00115 738 686 564
P30_TL00014 705
P30_ST00116 355
P30_SP00103 728 731
P30_ST00117 707 81 White 67051
P30_SP00104 830
P30_ST00118 4332
P30_SP00105 905
P30_ST00119 925 120 8320201
P30_SP00106 1045
P30_ST00120 1061 706 143 chrysops), 5011473476
P30_SP00107 735
P30_ST00121 sp.ll6 203406
P30_TB00002 783 1121
P30_TL00015 270 790 918
P30_ST00122 797 50137
P30_SP00108 358 814
P30_ST00123 730070032000
P30_SP00109 571 816
P30_ST00124 792 XXX. 2225
P30_SP00110 671
P30_ST00125 015770
P30_SP00111 793 815
P30_ST00126 235 Centrarchidae, 43703220065057
P30_SP00112 1042
P30_ST00127 1057 131 Sunfishes. 1081100070
P30_TL00016 293 1014
P30_ST00128 843
P30_SP00113 867
P30_ST00129 98 Lateral 5034703
P30_SP00114 431
P30_ST00130 443 line 7143
P30_SP00115 492
P30_ST00131 absent; 0203604
P30_SP00116 600
P30_ST00132 612 705506
P30_SP00117 694 874
P30_ST00133 847 45 0.49 725
P30_SP00118 751
P30_ST00134 762 exceeding 050732180
P30_SP00119 895
P30_ST00135 907 50 05
P30_SP00120
P30_ST00136 850 mm 0.30
P30_SP00121 1002
P30_ST00137 1020 232
P30_SP00122 1252
P30_ST00138 1293 2 0.34
P30_TL00017 880 34
P30_ST00139 883 6203701
P30_SP00123 906
P30_ST00140 442 882 Une 0.43 808
P30_SP00124
P30_ST00141 886 108 present; 04106707
P30_SP00125 914
P30_ST00142 623 054000
P30_SP00126 703
P30_ST00143 716 889 3034
P30_SP00127 785
P30_ST00144 1408
P30_SP00128 856
P30_ST00145 869 0.93 01
P30_SP00129 903
P30_ST00146 915
P30_SP00130 966
P30_ST00147 978 881 long 0.78 0080
P30_SP00131 912
P30_ST00148 1054 900
P30_SP00132 1251
P30_ST00149
P30_TL00018 926
P30_ST00150 928 0.41
P30_SP00133 952
P30_ST00151 90 Dorsal 865201
P30_SP00134 422
P30_ST00152 439 spines 762836
P30_SP00135 522 959
P30_ST00153 540 929 5;
P30_SP00136 565 957
P30_ST00154 with 0706
P30_SP00137 639
P30_ST00155 657 a 0.90 1
P30_SP00138 953
P30_ST00156 687 dark 6648
P30_SP00139 748
P30_ST00157 766 931 spot 2370
P30_SP00140 822
P30_ST00158 on 02
P30_SP00141 872
P30_ST00159 888 68 body 6416
P30_SP00142 956
P30_ST00160 971 near 6006
P30_SP00143 1031
P30_ST00161 1046 927 35 tip 440
P30_SP00144 1081
P30_ST00162 1097 08
P30_SP00145 1125
P30_ST00163 1140 110 pectoral 43605503
P30_SP00146 1250
P30_ST00164 1267 fin;
P30_TL00019
P30_ST00165 76 males 20008
P30_SP00147 445 991
P30_ST00166 456
P30_SP00148 500
P30_ST00167 blue 6631
P30_SP00149
P30_ST00168
P30_SP00150 605
P30_ST00169 life; 04702
P30_SP00151 996
P30_ST00170 681 4630
P30_SP00152
P30_ST00171
P30_SP00153
P30_ST00172 778 974
P30_SP00154
P30_ST00173 820 4062
P30_SP00155 990
P30_ST00174 0070
P30_SP00156 962
P30_ST00175 973 99 vertical 52704008
P30_SP00157
P30_ST00176 1085 bars 5050
P30_SP00158 1141
P30_ST00177 983
P30_TL00020 374 1004
P30_ST00178 1025
P30_SP00159 1030
P30_ST00179 578 1006 Banded 057210
P30_SP00160
P30_ST00180 91 Pygmy 75626
P30_SP00161
P30_ST00181 798 Sunfish 0770004
P30_SP00162 894
P30_ST00182 911 (Elassoma 803446716
P30_SP00163 1034
P30_ST00183 1066 zonatum), 154307487
P30_SP00164 1208 1033
P30_ST00184 1221 sp.ll7 555563
P30_TL00021 1043
P30_ST00185 89 566200
P30_SP00165 421 1069
P30_ST00186 436 770716
P30_SP00166
P30_ST00187 3
P30_SP00167 549
P30_ST00188 567 0.32
P30_SP00168 596
P30_ST00189 4; 0.85
P30_SP00169 1074
P30_ST00190 no 0.36
P30_SP00170 1068
P30_ST00191 0570
P30_SP00171 765
P30_ST00192 780 1049 0320
P30_SP00172 836
P30_ST00193
P30_SP00173
P30_ST00194 side; 02415
P30_SP00174 1073
P30_ST00195 1044 62220
P30_SP00175 1053
P30_ST00196 1070 58 0400
P30_SP00176 1128 1067
P30_ST00197 1143
P30_SP00177 1201
P30_ST00198 1217 0.44
P30_SP00178 1242
P30_ST00199 1258 16456
P30_TL00022
P30_ST00200 1084 0727
P30_SP00179 426 1108
P30_ST00201
P30_SP00180 454
P30_ST00202 469 1091 0.28
P30_SP00181 497
P30_ST00203 509 fewer 50044
P30_SP00182
P30_ST00204 6018
P30_SP00183
P30_ST00205 20305000
P30_SP00184 770
P30_ST00206 5002
P30_SP00185
P30_ST00207 855 153 (sometimes 0055400540
P30_SP00186 1112
P30_ST00208 1022 none) 62843
P30_SP00187 1101 1111
P30_ST00209 1118 1089 7206
P30_SP00188 1106
P30_ST00210 1190 118 posterior 631007655
P30_TL00023 1120 941
P30_ST00211 1124 end 607
P30_SP00189 414
P30_ST00212 1139 812
P30_SP00190 1253
P30_ST00213 1294 0.38
P30_TL00024 1166
P30_ST00214 1169 3.
P30_SP00191 313
P30_ST00215 Top 0.87 040
P30_SP00192 388 1200
P30_ST00216 402
P30_SP00193
P30_ST00217 444 3004
P30_SP00194 508
P30_ST00218 102 without 0200302
P30_SP00195 624
P30_ST00219 638 scales; 0200406
P30_SP00196 1197
P30_ST00220 739 1168
P30_SP00197 774
P30_ST00221
P30_SP00198
P30_ST00222 mouth 50607
P30_SP00199 1192
P30_ST00223 light, 0.42 685545
P30_SP00200 1199
P30_ST00224 1011 1167 150 contrasting 00606000075
P30_SP00201 1161 1198
P30_ST00225 1174 6422
P30_SP00202 1232 1191
P30_ST00226 1246 sides 00610
P30_TL00025
P30_ST00227 1209
P30_SP00203 1233
P30_ST00228 mouth; 561403
P30_SP00204 1237
P30_ST00229 517 pattern 0003145
P30_SP00205 1239
P30_ST00230 625 blotched 47215706
P30_SP00206 740
P30_ST00231 754 119 anteriad; 266253000
P30_SP00207 873 1236
P30_ST00232 1207 caudal 000400
P30_SP00208 972 1231
P30_ST00233 986 006
P30_SP00209 1019
P30_ST00234 unspotted 557340040
P30_SP00210 1164 1238
P30_ST00235 128 (although 000013241
P30_TL00026 367 1248
P30_ST00236 light 00630
P30_SP00211 1278
P30_ST00237 1255
P30_SP00212 468 1271
P30_ST00238 482 dark) 67534
P30_SP00213 557 1276
P30_ST00239 1263 721 8
P30_TL00027 1283
P30_ST00240 1305 92
P30_SP00214 1311
P30_ST00241 472 1286 162 Okefenokee 3556477230
P30_SP00215 634 1310
P30_ST00242 647 93 81402
P30_SP00216 1317
P30_ST00243 0200026
P30_SP00217
P30_ST00244 870 1285 800315731
P30_SP00218 1314
P30_ST00245 1027 1284 179 okefenokee), 000000707577
P30_SP00219 1313
P30_ST00246 0577
P30_SP00220 1315
P30_ST00247 1279
P30_TL00028 1322
P30_ST00248 1326 340
P30_SP00221 1356
P30_ST00249
P30_SP00222 1350
P30_ST00250 5536
P30_SP00223
P30_ST00251 scaled; 4000460
P30_SP00224 1354
P30_ST00252 1325 05077
P30_SP00225 1349
P30_ST00253 724 evenly 144637
P30_SP00226 811
P30_ST00254 824 109 colored; 00362172
P30_SP00227 1353
P30_ST00255 948 1324 106 anterior 26038744
P30_SP00228 1348
P30_ST00256 1323 6266
P30_SP00229 1347
P30_ST00257 1132
P30_SP00230
P30_ST00258 1173 66 3572
P30_SP00231
P30_ST00259 6425
P30_TL00029 1361
P30_ST00260 1365 little 023022
P30_SP00232 1389
P30_ST00261 446 1373 36
P30_SP00233 475
P30_ST00262 1372 72
P30_SP00234 525
P30_ST00263 543 1368 contrast; 758083233
P30_SP00235 661 1393
P30_ST00264 1364 445435
P30_SP00236
P30_ST00265
P30_SP00237 817 1388
P30_ST00266 1363 spotted, 20210722
P30_SP00238 1395
P30_ST00267 117 although 52056455
P30_SP00239 1077 1394
P30_ST00268 1095 1362 140 sometimes 084604520
P30_SP00240 1235 1387
P30_ST00269 only 4765
P30_TL00030 1404 938
P30_ST00270 faintly 3038502
P30_SP00241 453 1435
P30_ST00271 1419 828
P30_TL00031 1440
P30_ST00272 1462
P30_SP00242 1467
P30_ST00273 1442 148 Everglades 4130060427
P30_SP00243 651 1473
P30_ST00274 666 1443 74766
P30_SP00244 757
P30_ST00275 771 1107757
P30_SP00245 1466
P30_ST00276 704466676
P30_SP00246 1029 1471
P30_ST00277 evergladei), 104006004067
P30_SP00247 1470
P30_ST00278 1441 4010
P30_SP00248
P30_ST00279
P30_TL00032 1485 1017
P30_ST00280 1490 4.
P30_SP00249 1512
P30_ST00281 1488 With 7514
P30_SP00250 398
P30_ST00282 413
P30_SP00251 428 1513
P30_ST00283 1496 0.92
P30_SP00252
P30_ST00284 486 0606
P30_SP00253 554
P30_ST00285 1489 072500
P30_SP00254 650 1519
P30_ST00286
P30_SP00255
P30_ST00287 704 4472
P30_SP00256 759
P30_ST00288 007
P30_SP00257
P30_ST00289 1505
P30_SP00258
P30_ST00290
P30_TL00033 1524
P30_ST00291 1528 Anal 3340
P30_SP00259 1552
P30_ST00292 412 106408
P30_SP00260 494 1558
P30_ST00293 5084
P30_SP00261
P30_ST00294
P30_SP00262 595
P30_ST00295 1544 635
P30_SP00263 1551
P30_ST00296 0.17
P30_TL00034 1573 1012
P30_ST00297 5.
P30_SP00264 1597
P30_ST00298 Caudal 705237
P30_SP00265 1598
P30_ST00299 000
P30_SP00266 480
P30_ST00300 499 111 rounded 5074400
P30_SP00267
P30_ST00301 1588
P30_TL00035 1610
P30_ST00302 1631 267
P30_SP00268 1636
P30_ST00303 663 1612 Mud 200
P30_SP00269
P30_ST00304 1611 0440064
P30_SP00270 1635
P30_ST00305 202 (Acantharchus 8103344600464
P30_SP00271 1059 1640
P30_ST00306 pomotis), 143600067
P30_SP00272
P30_ST00307 1222 sp.l37 737004
P30_TL00036 1649
P30_ST00308 1652 743500
P30_SP00273 1676
P30_ST00309
P30_SP00274 474
P30_ST00310 notched 6711546
P30_SP00275 594
P30_ST00311 1651 (Fig. 44707
P30_SP00276 674 1683
P30_ST00312 1)
P30_SP00277 717 1681
P30_ST00313 1670 513
P30_SP00278 1675
P30_ST00314 0.27
P30_TL00037 291 1695
P30_ST00315 1698 6. 0.89
P30_SP00279 314 1721
P30_ST00316 334 0055
P30_SP00280
P30_ST00317 416 10
P30_SP00281
P30_ST00318 433
P30_SP00282
P30_ST00319 458 1704
P30_SP00283
P30_ST00320 498 5452
P30_SP00284
P30_ST00321 579 1697 dorsal 650035
P30_SP00285
P30_ST00322 600400
P30_SP00286 756 1727
P30_ST00323 775 1715
P30_SP00287 1720
P30_ST00324 1003 1714
P30_SP00288
P30_ST00325
P30_TL00038 1734
P30_ST00326 1736 65 5320
P30_SP00289 1760
P30_ST00327 411 1741 030
P30_SP00290 455
P30_ST00328 467 1744 0500
P30_SP00291 1761
P30_ST00329 7208
P30_SP00292
P30_ST00330 622
P30_SP00293
P30_ST00331 027076
P30_SP00294
P30_ST00332 744 045710
P30_SP00295 1767
P30_ST00333 1754
P30_SP00296
P30_ST00334
P30_TL00039 1780
P30_ST00335 1782 7.
P30_SP00297 1806
P30_ST00336 4034
P30_SP00298 399
P30_ST00337 415 005
P30_SP00299
P30_ST00338 1785
P30_SP00300 488
P30_ST00339 03554
P30_SP00301
P30_ST00340 80% 457
P30_SP00302 643
P30_ST00341 1789 as
P30_SP00303 1805
P30_ST00342 1781 1580
P30_SP00304 763 1812
P30_ST00343 1788 07
P30_SP00305
P30_ST00344 dorsal; 0360154
P30_SP00306 1809
P30_ST00345 striped 4030020
P30_SP00307
P30_ST00346
P30_SP00308 1804
P30_ST00347 7033
P30_SP00309 1135
P30_ST00348 1150 longitudinal 645066024300
P30_TL00040 1819
P30_ST00349 1828 rows 4014
P30_SP00310 434 1845
P30_ST00350 1821
P30_SP00311
P30_ST00351 1824 spots 00500
P30_SP00312 1852
P30_ST00352 1839
P30_SP00313 732 1844
P30_ST00353 1820 Flier 20422
P30_SP00314
P30_ST00354 (Centrarchus 806033410644
P30_SP00315 1849
P30_ST00355 193 macropterus), 5631500606777
P30_SP00316 1210
P30_ST00356 sp.l40 547402
P30_TL00041 261 1878
P30_ST00357 1879 0.31
P30_SP00317 1901
P30_ST00358 0.16
P30_SP00318 326
P30_ST00359 1883 183 vertebrates 03055437365
P30_SP00319 539
P30_ST00360 547
P30_SP00320 580
P30_ST00361 116 FLORIDA 6545620


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P315_ST00013 679 167 80 28 Iowa, 0.59 63046
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P315_SP00013 833
P315_ST00015 857 107 IlUnois, 0.53 21878106
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P315_SP00015 220 228 13
P315_ST00018 233 199 01006477
P315_SP00016 354 224
P315_ST00019 367 200 79 Ohio, 0.37 57647
P315_SP00017 446 229 12
P315_ST00020 458 556
P315_SP00018 508 226 14
P315_ST00021 522 184 northwestera 0.57 440063260677
P315_SP00019 706
P315_ST00022 720 205 196 Pennsylvania; 3007408024606
P315_SP00020 916 235
P315_ST00023 929 207 56 also 0.82 0304
P315_SP00021 985 232
P315_ST00024 997 in
P315_SP00022 1023
P315_ST00025 1036 211 74 west- 0.84 00402
P315_TL00004 82 236 1018 35
P315_ST00026 242 43 era 0.48 177
P315_SP00023 260
P315_ST00027 140 Greenland, 5265830087
P315_SP00024 298 266
P315_ST00028 237 0.71
P315_SP00025 340 262
P315_ST00029 357 239 114 Iceland, 42054405
P315_SP00026 471 269
P315_ST00030 487 241 0.74 006
P315_SP00027 537 265
P315_ST00031 555 245 67 most 0.45 3736
P315_SP00028 622
P315_ST00032 638 of 0.70
P315_SP00029 668
P315_ST00033 682 Eurasia. 13773640
P315_SP00030 796 268
P315_ST00034 814 244 110 Winters 0.75 5420202
P315_SP00031 924
P315_ST00035 940 66 from 0.92 0001
P315_SP00032 1006 270
P315_ST00036 247 77 south 53746 SUBS_TYPE HypPart1 SUBS_CONTENT southeastern
P315_TL00005 275 1017 37
P315_ST00037 277 98 eastern 4142058 HypPart2
P315_SP00033 180
P315_ST00038 Alaska, 0.43 7654376
P315_SP00034 302 304
P315_ST00039 319 276 northern 47263254
P315_SP00035 440
P315_ST00040 456 278 California, 0.68 03410750606
P315_SP00036 606 307
P315_ST00041 624 280 southern 0.67 08622104
P315_SP00037 745 305
P315_ST00042 762 282 5021505
P315_SP00038 880 311
P315_ST00043 898 377500266
P315_SP00039 1039 312
P315_ST00044 1056 284 Ok Oklahoma,
P315_TL00006 1028 41
P315_ST00045 106 lahoma, 0.56 8065044
P315_SP00040 341
P315_ST00046 313 81 45125
P315_SP00041 286 342
P315_ST00047 303 314 06715303
P315_SP00042 426
P315_ST00048 443 0.60 16807404
P315_SP00043 549
P315_ST00049 567 318 0.47 03726777
P315_SP00044 689 343
P315_ST00050 705 0.46 55537
P315_SP00045 784 348 19
P315_ST00051 803 216 32 Massachusetts, 30833461755044
P315_SP00046 1019 351
P315_ST00052 1037 322 73 Long 5600
P315_TL00007 350 36
P315_ST00053 92 Island, 0.52 0376276
P315_SP00047 174 380
P315_ST00054
P315_SP00048 238 375
P315_ST00055 253 169 Chesapeake 3073260071
P315_SP00049 422 383
P315_ST00056 438 53 Bay
P315_SP00050 491 384
P315_ST00057 505 355 94 (rarely 5505526
P315_SP00051 599 385
P315_ST00058 612 96 farther 3461084
P315_SP00052 708 381
P315_ST00059 721 north) 0.80 210080
P315_SP00053 805 386
P315_ST00060 820 358 southward 183664307
P315_SP00054 968
P315_ST00061 981 364 0.51
P315_SP00055 1008
P315_ST00062 361 south- 0.40 676473
P315_TL00008 388
P315_ST00063 394 0.26 877
P315_SP00056 413
P315_ST00064 139 115 Mexico, 0.38 6646757
P315_SP00057 254 418
P315_ST00065 271 104 Central 0851703
P315_SP00058 415
P315_ST00066 391 392 America, 76555346
P315_SP00059 421
P315_ST00067 540 393 Colombia, 051300425
P315_SP00060 686 423
P315_ST00068 703 395 the 0.72
P315_SP00061 746 420
P315_ST00069 763 396 111 Greater 6533364
P315_SP00062 874
P315_ST00070 889 Antilles 0.42 68440886
P315_SP00063 999
P315_ST00071 1015 399 93 8640030
P315_TL00009 427
P315_ST00072 Lesser 361062
P315_SP00064 172 452 10
P315_ST00073 182 AntUles), 550861436
P315_SP00065 457
P315_ST00074 325 429 068
P315_SP00066 454 11
P315_ST00075 430 065
P315_SP00067 455
P315_ST00076 Bahamas; 20720005
P315_SP00068 579 460
P315_ST00077 591 432 0.41 3837
P315_SP00069 647
P315_ST00078 658 433 0.81 5002
P315_SP00070 724
P315_ST00079 737 434 102 Europe 050037
P315_SP00071 839 465
P315_ST00080 851 436 103 (except 3640400
P315_SP00072 954 466
P315_ST00081 966 132 northeast 070067661 northeastera)
P315_TL00010
P315_ST00082 52 era) 6774
P315_SP00073 494
P315_ST00083 064
P315_SP00074 490
P315_ST00084 467 6160014
P315_SP00075
P315_ST00085 64 Asia 7270
P315_SP00076 492
P315_ST00086 398 469 430070045
P315_SP00077 543
P315_ST00087 558 474
P315_SP00078 585
P315_ST00088 470 Africa, 6004604
P315_SP00079 500
P315_ST00089 713 472 77307166
P315_SP00080 835 497
P315_ST00090 849 473 Asia, 54706
P315_SP00081 922 503
P315_ST00091 938 475 113 Boraeo, 6666676
P315_SP00082 1051 504
P315_ST00092 1065 476 072
P315_TL00011 502 958
P315_ST00093 161 PhUippines, 73852640407
P315_SP00083 534
P315_ST00094 251 0.79 203
P315_SP00084 301 529
P315_ST00095 42 tiie 7770
P315_SP00085 530
P315_ST00096 506 135 HawaUan 3560800
P315_SP00086 501 531
P315_ST00097 Islands. 56660317
P315_SP00087 533
P315_ST00098 634 509 Florida: 40722163
P315_SP00088
P315_ST00099 757 153 September 066060623
P315_SP00089 910 8
P315_ST00100 918 515 22 06
P315_SP00090 946
P315_ST00101 956 513 April. 500067
P315_TL00012 568 583
P315_ST00102 54 409. 0752
P315_SP00091 592 20
P315_ST00103 151 569 112 Bahama 0.21 878877
P315_SP00092 263 594
P315_ST00104 273 570 87 Duck, 0.27 68875
P315_SP00093 360 600 7
P315_ST00105 572 Anas 6675
P315_SP00094 597
P315_ST00106 451 bahamensis 7557750401
P315_SP00095 618
P315_ST00107 632 575 L. 0.25
P315_TL00013 108 629
P315_ST00108 630 IDENTIFICATION: 713051655763205
P315_SP00096 362 653
P315_ST00109 78 Small 00057
P315_SP00097 654
P315_ST00110 488 633 0.63 07
P315_SP00098
P315_ST00111 528 631 medium-sized 027666274055
P315_SP00099 722 657
P315_ST00112 736 72 (total 246085
P315_SP00100 808 663
P315_ST00113 635 86 length 703501
P315_SP00101 906 665
P315_ST00114 636 0.39 47
P315_SP00102 950 660
P315_ST00115 962 640
P315_SP00103 989 661
P315_ST00116 1000 637 48 0.73 05
P315_SP00104 1031
P315_ST00117 1044 61 cm). 6703
P315_TL00014 1029
P315_ST00118 General 4360044
P315_SP00105 187
P315_ST00119 142 coloration 0656006676
P315_SP00106 344 691
P315_ST00120 673 62 gray 7242
P315_SP00107
P315_ST00121 435 99 brown, 507006
P315_SP00108
P315_ST00122 669 46 but 560
P315_SP00109 595 694
P315_ST00123 610 670 59 with 0656
P315_SP00110
P315_ST00124 684 671 white 0.49 57047
P315_SP00111 758 696
P315_ST00125 773 672 cheeks 066673
P315_SP00112 868
P315_ST00126 883 156
P315_SP00113 937 698
P315_ST00127 674 97 throat; 5727757
P315_SP00114 1047 704
P315_ST00128 1063 675 tail 0272
P315_TL00015 76 701 899
P315_ST00129 fawn-colored, 0.61 0511136373276
P315_SP00115 732
P315_ST00130 707 45 not 060
P315_SP00116 323 729
P315_ST00131 333 138 especially 0010010210
P315_SP00117
P315_ST00132 481 elongate 06467023
P315_SP00118 738
P315_ST00133 609 716 even 0036
P315_SP00119 734
P315_ST00134 709 1.00 00
P315_SP00120 711
P315_ST00135 710 75 male. 02207
P315_SP00121 735
P315_ST00136 809 712 Sexes 28012
P315_SP00122 890
P315_ST00137 900 alike. 011700
P315_TL00016
P315_ST00138 209 DISTRIBUTION 061515586540
P315_SP00123 316 767
P315_ST00139 327 748 AND
P315_SP00124 768 9
P315_ST00140 401 749 176 VARIATION: 0647656103
P315_SP00125 577 771
P315_ST00141 613 747 0267004
P315_SP00126 772
P315_ST00142 60557466
P315_SP00127 845 774
P315_ST00143 856 750 5442650
P315_SP00128 960 780
P315_ST00144 970 752 134 Jamaica), 037040453
P315_TL00017 778
P315_ST00145 116 nortiiera 030667266
P315_SP00129
P315_ST00146 735840
P315_SP00130
P315_ST00147 309 781 120 Antilles, 761541656
P315_SP00131 811
P315_ST00148 783 055411
P315_SP00132 557
P315_ST00149 785 Islands, 80006784
P315_SP00133
P315_ST00150 786
P315_SP00134 740
P315_ST00151 751 787 South 38304
P315_SP00135 812
P315_ST00152 843 789 America 5016606
P315_SP00136 967
P315_ST00153 977 790 127 (Guianas 01453657
P315_TL00018 819 1030 40
P315_ST00154 08
P315_SP00137 101 842
P315_ST00155 821 eastera 7600777
P315_SP00138 210
P315_ST00156 223 Argentina 741014440
P315_SP00139 363 848
P315_ST00157 373
P315_SP00140 424
P315_ST00158 Pera 0.31 4777
P315_SP00141 846
P315_ST00159 514 826
P315_SP00142 847
P315_ST00160 553 823 Bolivia 3265004
P315_SP00143 652
P315_ST00161 824
P315_SP00144
P315_ST00162 725 Chile); 0775515
P315_SP00145 854
P315_ST00163 0606
P315_SP00146 888
P315_ST00164
P315_SP00147 942
P315_ST00165 955 827 Galapagos 707603646
P315_TL00019 855
P315_ST00166 Islands; 63705304
P315_SP00148 885
P315_ST00167 193 .4. 0.28
P315_SP00149 881
P315_ST00168 243 b.
P315_SP00150 882
P315_ST00169 285 4467463007
P315_SP00151 884
P315_ST00170 860 is 71
P315_SP00152
P315_ST00171 507 143 accidental 5527054047
P315_SP00153 650 887
P315_ST00172 664 862 0.34 57
P315_SP00154
P315_ST00173 863 44
P315_SP00155
P315_ST00174 765 Florida 4152253
P315_SP00156
P315_ST00175 865 147 Peninsula, 8076020526
P315_SP00157 896
P315_ST00176 1046 867 Vir 447 Virginia,
P315_TL00020 893 297
P315_ST00177 ginia, 0.77 015340
P315_SP00158
P315_ST00178 157 895 49
P315_SP00159 206 919
P315_ST00179 Wisconsin. 3613232656
P315_TL00021 34
P315_ST00180 410. 3737
P315_SP00160
P315_ST00181 961 Green-wingied 5888866378788
P315_SP00161 993
P315_ST00182 Teal, 0.24 88876
P315_SP00162 994
P315_ST00183 7654
P315_SP00163 990
P315_ST00184 518 974 91 crecca 047003
P315_SP00164 991
P315_ST00185 623 L,
P315_TL00022 1022 998
P315_ST00186 353245770745103
P315_SP00165 1045
P315_ST00187 One 077
P315_SP00166
P315_ST00188 464 ofthe 50062
P315_SP00167 546 1048
P315_ST00189 smallest 63026663
P315_SP00168 1050
P315_ST00190 683
P315_SP00169
P315_ST00191 723 7480060
P315_SP00170
P315_ST00192 837 ducks 70664
P315_SP00171 1053
P315_ST00193 931 447408
P315_SP00172 1005 1058
P315_ST00194 1016 lengtii 0588777
P315_TL00023 1057
P315_ST00195 33
P315_SP00173 100 1081
P315_ST00196 1060
P315_SP00174
P315_ST00197
P315_SP00175 181 1082
P315_ST00198 1027
P315_SP00176 255 1087
P315_ST00199 1059 Male: 11573
P315_SP00177 349 1084
P315_ST00200 head 6777
P315_SP00178 1085
P315_ST00201 442 1061 chestnut 44654763
P315_SP00179 563
P315_ST00202 576 0056
P315_SP00180 1088
P315_ST00203 645 a 5
P315_SP00181 662
P315_ST00204 1064 lateral 2640483
P315_SP00182 766 1090
P315_ST00205 776 1074 green 13126
P315_SP00183 1096
P315_ST00206 869 1068 stripe, 4540207
P315_SP00184 959 1098
P315_ST00207 973 terminat- 0.83 010040503
P315_TL00024 1094 1020
P315_ST00208 1101 mg
P315_SP00185 1124
P315_ST00209
P315_SP00186 1119
P315_ST00210 1095 black 0.50 75073
P315_SP00187 1120
P315_ST00211 1099 at
P315_SP00188 1121
P315_ST00212 1103 nape; 00703
P315_SP00189 1127
P315_ST00213 369 body 6404
P315_SP00190 1128
P315_ST00214 183 vermiculated 080670254007
P315_SP00191 1125
P315_ST00215 1108 8004
P315_SP00192 1131
P315_ST00216 718 1105
P315_SP00193
P315_ST00217 brownish, 305046327
P315_SP00194 897 1133
P315_ST00218 909 1104 lighter 8562355
P315_SP00195 1135
P315_ST00219 1011 1106 under 05620 underneath;
P315_TL00025 1132
P315_ST00220 neath; 031046
P315_SP00196 1162
P315_ST00221 1134 133 speculum 02608866
P315_SP00197 1164
P315_ST00222 310 dark 7707
P315_SP00198 374 1161
P315_ST00223 1144 green; 326658
P315_SP00199 1167
P315_ST00224 489 1137 feet 3106
P315_SP00200 541
P315_ST00225 554 1138 58 blue 7700
P315_SP00201
P315_ST00226 1146 70 gray. 70023
P315_SP00202 1170
P315_ST00227 1141 Female: 0062307
P315_SP00203 822
P315_ST00228 836 1142 browner 7665653
P315_SP00204 1168
P315_ST00229 1145 070
P315_SP00205
P315_ST00230 0756 without
P315_TL00026 1171 840
P315_ST00231 1174 out 841
P315_SP00206 1196
P315_ST00232 rich 0054
P315_SP00207 175
P315_ST00233 186 1172 0107
P315_SP00208 1197
P315_ST00234 261 color 28650
P315_SP00209 335 1198
P315_ST00235
P315_SP00210 1199
P315_ST00236 1175 male; 02884
P315_SP00211 1204
P315_ST00237 bUl
P315_SP00212 1201
P315_ST00238 520 1176 pinkish, 47775336
P315_SP00213 1207
P315_ST00239 644 1180 spotted 4674556
P315_SP00214 1208
P315_ST00240 0608
P315_SP00215 816 1205
P315_ST00241 black. 627745
P315_TL00027 1214
P315_ST00242 607407466532
P315_SP00216 1236
P315_ST00243 1217
P315_SP00217
P315_ST00244 409 1218 0526767014
P315_SP00218 1239
P315_ST00245 621 1216 Breeds 350565
P315_SP00219 717 1241
P315_ST00246
P315_SP00220 761
P315_ST00247 Europe, 0507606
P315_SP00221 894 1248
P315_ST00248 914 1219 6755
P315_SP00222 979 1244
P315_ST00249 1221 3440370
P315_TL00028
P315_ST00250 southera), 5820456655
P315_SP00223 1277
P315_ST00251 1249 5520347
P315_SP00224 337 1279
P315_ST00252 356 1251 Canada, 1061604
P315_SP00225 1281
P315_ST00253 1253 067
P315_SP00226 1278
P315_ST00254 562
P315_SP00227 605
P315_ST00255 1254 160558677
P315_SP00228 744
P315_ST00256 1256 United 544607
P315_SP00229
P315_ST00257 1258 States, 4610685
P315_SP00230 976 1288
P315_ST00258 1259 moving 270377
P315_TL00029 1286
P315_ST00259 476250008
P315_SP00231 213 1312
P315_ST00260 1287
P315_SP00232 249
P315_ST00261 259 winter. 4178877
P315_SP00233 1313
P315_ST00262 1291 A.c. 4707
P315_SP00234 1314
P315_ST00263 445 carolinensis 434500553456
P315_SP00235 614 1316
P315_ST00264 627 1293 breeds 001776
P315_SP00236 719 1318
P315_ST00265 1294 0081
P315_SP00237 1319
P315_ST00266 807 1295 north-central 5500057023227
P315_SP00238 1321
P315_ST00267 1001 1298 Alaska 700465
P315_TL00030 69 1324 1021
P315_ST00268 617
P315_SP00239 1349
P315_ST00269 1325 119 16004577
P315_SP00240 250 1350
P315_ST00270 264 1326 0.91 002
P315_SP00241 1351
P315_ST00271 331 1327 178 soutiieastera 2606674000777
P315_SP00242 1353
P315_ST00272 525 1329 Canada 508022
P315_SP00243 1355
P315_ST00273 1331 075204035
P315_SP00244 794 1357
P315_ST00274 1336
P315_SP00245 1358
P315_ST00275 852 1334 06534677
P315_SP00246 1359
P315_ST00276 1335 Califor 2017284
P315_TL00031 1362
P315_ST00277 nia, 0736
P315_SP00247 1392
P315_ST00278 1366 5460800
P315_SP00248 1388
P315_ST00279 1365 65527644
P315_SP00249 1394
P315_ST00280 376 27006066
P315_SP00250 498
P315_ST00281 1368 68 New 000
P315_SP00251 578 1393
P315_ST00282 1369 3060075
P315_SP00252 1399
P315_ST00283 1371 38001077
P315_SP00253 1396
P315_ST00284 1372 256406556
P315_SP00254 1402
P315_ST00285 1374 470655
P315_TL00032 1401
P315_ST00286 1408 0.30
P315_SP00255 1426
P315_ST00287 Minnesota, 0080005205
P315_SP00256 289 1431
P315_ST00288 1403 705668677
P315_SP00257 1429
P315_ST00289 1405 43557
P315_SP00258 1434
P315_ST00290 1407 572251653077
P315_SP00259 743 1433
P315_ST00291 1409 Pennsylvania, 7064420233505
P315_SP00260 1441
P315_ST00292 987 1416 westera 3600766
P315_TL00033 1439
P315_ST00293 041
P315_SP00261 1464
P315_ST00294 1440 York, 54403
P315_SP00262 1470
P315_ST00295
P315_SP00263 288 1466
P315_ST00296 1442 88 Maine 0.86 30300
P315_SP00264 1467
P315_ST00297 402 1444 (casually 414815730
P315_SP00265 526 1475
P315_ST00298 538 fartiier 10066832
P315_SP00266
P315_ST00299 1446 soutii); 0.32 68577477
P315_SP00267 742 1476
P315_ST00300 753 1448 756
P315_SP00268 1472
P315_ST00301 817 winters 4550308
P315_SP00269 1473
P315_ST00302 930 1449 5075
P315_SP00270
P315_ST00303 1010 1451 87047
P315_TL00034 1477
P315_ST00304 1484 ern
P315_SP00271 1501
P315_ST00305 British 3003467
P315_SP00272 214 1503
P315_ST00306 227 1479 Columbia, 062460645
P315_SP00273 372 1510
P315_ST00307 1482 5770258
P315_SP00274 482 1506
P315_ST00308 1483 Montana, 53510006
P315_SP00275 1513
P315_ST00309 1485 87003277
P315_SP00276
P315_ST00310 1486 315307157
P315_SP00277 925 1516
P315_ST00311 1488 34146
P315_SP00278 1518
P315_ST00312 1032 1489 Wis Wisconsin,
P315_TL00035 1515
P315_ST00313 consin, 0670474
P315_SP00279 1545
P315_ST00314 1517 765667077
P315_SP00280 1542
P315_ST00315 1519 Illinois, 358657006
P315_SP00281 449 1549
P315_ST00316 478 1520 33766
P315_SP00282 1550
P315_ST00317 1522 0.87 170000030020
P315_SP00283 1548
P315_ST00318 799 1525 3430238403704
P315_SP00284 996 1556
P315_ST00319 1528 Mas 030
P315_TL00036 1554
P315_ST00320 sachusetts, 65451120635
P315_SP00285 218 1584
P315_ST00321 450
P315_SP00286 300 1580
P315_ST00322 1557 Branswick, 0770406446
P315_SP00287 1587
P315_ST00323 1559 046
P315_SP00288 1583
P315_ST00324 552 1560 Nova 4822
P315_SP00289
P315_ST00325 1561 Scotia 172550
P315_SP00290 731 1586
P315_ST00326 1562 763210174
P315_SP00291 891 1588
P315_ST00327 904 1568
P315_SP00292 1589
P315_ST00328 945 1565 Honduras, 063330546
P315_TL00037 1591
P315_ST00329 038
P315_SP00293 1617
P315_ST00330 1593 070558077
P315_SP00294 1618
P315_ST00331 1594 Gulf 4562
P315_SP00295 1619
P315_ST00332 1595 Coast, 075805
P315_SP00296 414 1624
P315_ST00333 1597 174668277
P315_SP00297 548 1622
P315_ST00334 1598 Florida, 56700333
P315_SP00298 1628
P315_ST00335 1600
P315_SP00299 726
P315_ST00336 1601 Bahamas, 00430573
P315_SP00300 876 1631
P315_ST00337 1603 050
P315_SP00301 1627
P315_ST00338 949 1604 rarely 403600
P315_SP00302 1634
P315_ST00339 1041 into 4847
P315_TL00038 1630
P315_ST00340
P315_SP00303 1655
P315_ST00341 0052560
P315_SP00304 1656
P315_ST00342 234 1632 Antilles. 576637717
P315_SP00305 1658
P315_ST00343 31444707
P315_SP00306 477 1660
P315_ST00344 1636 October-April. 35385001556600
P315_TL00039 1707 561
P315_ST00345 411. 6726
P315_SP00307 1732
P315_ST00346 336 Blue-wingedTeal,Anas 86885708788888576360
P315_SP00308 1738
P315_ST00347 484 1711 discors 7250755
P315_SP00309 584 1737
P315_ST00348 598 1713
P315_TL00040 1767
P315_ST00349 1769 705257670544416
P315_SP00310 1792
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P196_SP00169 713 1017
P196_ST00189 0054
P196_SP00170
P196_ST00190 812 Minnesota, 2650017407
P196_SP00171 970
P196_ST00191 155 Wisconsin, 4000767207
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P196_SP00181
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P196_SP00182 1090
P196_ST00204 360 1066 035
P196_SP00183 410 1091
P196_ST00205 6673
P196_SP00184 466
P196_ST00206 1451
P196_SP00185 546 1092
P196_ST00207 555 1069 Coasl 07520
P196_SP00186 638 1093
P196_ST00208 6245
P196_SP00187 1094
P196_ST00209 Texas 34530
P196_SP00188 813 1095
P196_ST00210 1074
P196_SP00189 852
P196_ST00211 1072 Florida 0675532
P196_SP00190
P196_ST00212 980 (Ihroughoul 60507470702
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P196_ST00214 land). 660732
P196_TL00024 1180
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P196_SP00194
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P196_SP00196 342 1245
P196_ST00221
P196_SP00197 1241
P196_ST00222 427 Seahorses. 0020734050
P196_SP00198 1242
P196_ST00223 1218 With 6146
P196_SP00199
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P196_SP00200 1243
P196_ST00225 82807305
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P196_ST00230 larged 552046
P196_SP00205 289 1284
P196_ST00231 1254 bony 4730
P196_SP00206 369
P196_ST00232 99 plates, 4453257
P196_SP00207
P196_ST00233 1255 05033
P196_SP00208 1280
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P196_ST00235 1262 snout, 468037
P196_SP00210 1285
P196_ST00236 1257 116 vestigial 163071067
P196_SP00211 1288
P196_ST00237 1259 1327
P196_SP00212 1283
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P196_SP00213
P196_ST00239 306
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P196_SP00225 952
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P196_SP00227 1190
P196_ST00254 1201 1305
P196_TL00028 1331
P196_ST00255 1338 an
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P196_ST00256 animal 564224
P196_SP00229 1356
P196_ST00257 361 1339 can
P196_SP00230
P196_ST00258 1332 be. 656
P196_SP00231 469 1357
P196_ST00259 1333 346
P196_SP00232 544 1358
P196_ST00260 562 peduncle 02411070
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P196_ST00261 707
P196_SP00234
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P196_SP00235 895 1359
P196_ST00263 1334 54 into 5707
P196_SP00236 967 1360
P196_ST00264 1343
P196_SP00237
P196_ST00265 1336 prehensile 3085746554
P196_SP00238 1366
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P196_TL00029 1368
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P196_SP00239 1400
P196_ST00268 1369
P196_SP00240 1394
P196_ST00269 1370 pipefishes 6061003240
P196_SP00241 1401
P196_ST00270 571 1371 0.98
P196_SP00242 1395
P196_ST00271 612 1379
P196_SP00243 627 1396
P196_ST00272 643 1372 smaU 0038
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P196_ST00273 731 1373 90 caudal 252530
P196_SP00245 1397
P196_ST00274 fin. 0066
P196_SP00246 880 1398
P196_ST00275 064
P196_SP00247 954
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P196_SP00248 1399
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P196_ST00278 seahorses 002640621
P196_SP00249 1433
P196_ST00279 1409 (Hippocampus) 8800277544626
P196_SP00250 572 1439
P196_ST00280 1410 have 4334
P196_SP00251 654 1435
P196_ST00281 670 1414 nol
P196_SP00252
P196_ST00282 730 1411 been 5531
P196_SP00253 1436
P196_ST00283 1412 reported 02230045
P196_SP00254 931 1441
P196_ST00284 3346
P196_SP00255 1437
P196_ST00285 1413 fresh 00207
P196_SP00256 1438
P196_ST00286 1417 waler 00060
P196_SP00257
P196_ST00287
P196_TL00031 1445
P196_ST00288 Florida. 50311036
P196_SP00258 311 1471
P196_ST00289 331 1447 0.93
P196_SP00259 359
P196_ST00290 1446 138 0264000020
P196_SP00260 515 1477
P196_ST00291 1448
P196_SP00261 1473
P196_ST00292 761008
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P196_ST00293 693 002
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P196_ST00295 1453 onto 6405
P196_SP00265 1475
P196_ST00296 947
P196_SP00266
P196_ST00297 1006 peduncle. 447106557
P196_SP00267 1481
P196_ST00298 1160 Mosl 0601
P196_TL00032 1485
P196_ST00299 species 0753046
P196_SP00268 1515
P196_ST00300 do 47
P196_SP00269 1510
P196_ST00301 355 1489 not 082
P196_SP00270 399
P196_ST00302 409 1486 exceed 030740
P196_SP00271 507 1511
P196_ST00303 1494
P196_SP00272 533
P196_ST00304 1487 066606
P196_SP00273 1517
P196_ST00305 639
P196_SP00274 1512
P196_ST00306 1488 078
P196_SP00275
P196_ST00307 733 1495
P196_TL00033 1561 918
P196_ST00308 110. 7860
P196_SP00276 248 1585
P196_ST00309 0.25 5878
P196_SP00277 1586
P196_ST00310 Pipehsh, 0.30 81888785
P196_SP00278 464 1592
P196_ST00311 1563 166 Syngnathus 0012462656
P196_SP00279 1593
P196_ST00312 1564 scovelU 3060448
P196_SP00280 755 1589
P196_ST00313 1565 156 (Evermann 160025047
P196_SP00281 923 1594
P196_ST00314 1567 072
P196_SP00282 1591
P196_ST00315 KendaU) 6307663
P196_TL00034 224 1621
P196_ST00316 1624 301058660756620
P196_SP00283 1646
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P196_ST00318 1622 description 00675555540
P196_SP00285 1652
P196_ST00319 1623
P196_SP00286 811 1648
P196_ST00320 109 family.) 02473065
P196_SP00287 1655
P196_ST00321 963 0445002506
P196_SP00288 1104
P196_ST00322 1127 1625 57
P196_SP00289 1153
P196_ST00323 5576
P196_TL00035 191 1658
P196_ST00324 1665 81 genus 84051
P196_SP00290 272 1688
P196_ST00325 285 differ 048720
P196_SP00291 1684
P196_ST00326 373 1659 0050
P196_SP00292
P196_ST00327 1660 those 35850
P196_SP00293 1685
P196_ST00328 540
P196_SP00294
P196_ST00329 578 1661 404
P196_SP00295 621 1686
P196_ST00330 633 1668 80235
P196_SP00296 714 1692
P196_ST00331 1662 Oostethus 462734776
P196_SP00297 1687
P196_ST00332
P196_SP00298 910
P196_ST00333 1663 that 2010
P196_SP00299 976
P196_ST00334 989 1664 0.20
P196_SP00300 1689
P196_ST00335 pouch 26605
P196_SP00301 1695
P196_ST00336
P196_SP00302 1173
P196_ST00337
P196_TL00036 190 1696
P196_ST00338 male 6132
P196_SP00303 1721
P196_ST00339 1697
P196_SP00304 290
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P196_SP00305 1722
P196_ST00341 1698 under 73650
P196_SP00306 1723
P196_ST00342 508 367
P196_SP00307
P196_ST00343 1699 taU. 5686
P196_SP00308 617
P196_ST00344
P196_SP00309
P196_ST00345 672 460
P196_SP00310 1724
P196_ST00346 1700 0503513
P196_SP00311 1731
P196_ST00347 1701 S.
P196_SP00312 1726
P196_ST00348 1702 3460618
P196_SP00313
P196_ST00349 72 there 06404
P196_SP00314 1067 1727
P196_ST00350 1078 1710 014
P196_SP00315 1728
P196_ST00351 1128 1704 4
P196_SP00316
P196_ST00352 1703 2762
P196_TL00037 1735
P196_ST00353 1736 rings 60703
P196_SP00317 1765
P196_ST00354 271
P196_SP00318 1760
P196_ST00355 334 5
P196_SP00319
P196_ST00356 036161
P196_SP00320 1761
P196_ST00357 468 1738 00500
P196_SP00321 1767
P196_ST00358 1737 below 75470
P196_SP00322 634 1763
P196_ST00359
P196_SP00323
P196_ST00360 701 472363
P196_SP00324 791 1764
P196_ST00361 1740 006
P196_SP00325 1770
P196_ST00362 1759 ,
P196_SP00326 1769
P196_ST00363 1747
P196_SP00327
P196_ST00364 887 1741 total 47000
P196_SP00328
P196_ST00365 962
P196_SP00329 1766
P196_ST00366 1001
P196_SP00330
P196_ST00367 1742 30503
P196_SP00331 1772
P196_ST00368 around 757855
P196_TL00038 1773
P196_ST00369
P196_SP00332 233 1797
P196_ST00370 15607
P196_SP00333 1803
P196_ST00371 1774
P196_SP00334 1798
P196_ST00372 1779
P196_SP00335
P196_ST00373
P196_SP00336
P196_ST00374 1775 102 707743
P196_SP00337 1800
P196_ST00375 1776 0.92
P196_SP00338 628
P196_ST00376 642 taU, 0487
P196_SP00339 698 1804
P196_ST00377 1777 023
P196_SP00340 1801
P196_ST00378 1778
P196_SP00341 808
P196_ST00379 1783
P196_SP00342
P196_ST00380
P196_SP00343 892
P196_ST00381 1787 0.89 0210
P196_SP00344 966 1809
P196_ST00382 1780 01
P196_SP00345
P196_ST00383 1020 0.82
P196_SP00346 1062
P196_ST00384 1077 030442
P196_SP00347 1165
P196_ST00385 1781 0057
P196_TL00039 1830 454
P196_ST00386 383
P196_SP00348 231 1852
P196_ST00387 1831 0.15
P196_SP00349 1853
P196_ST00388 298 1836 182 VERTEBRATES 12042600046
P196_SP00350 1855
P196_ST00389 OF
P196_SP00351 521
P196_ST00390 1837 FLORIDA 0701853


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P422_SP00023 940
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P422_SP00031 819
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P422_SP00034 1098
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P422_SP00035 1175
P422_ST00039 1190
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P422_SP00036 311 318
P422_ST00041 321 293 144 primaries. 8302142305
P422_SP00037 465 324
P422_ST00042 477 294 131 Terminal 17540568
P422_SP00038 608 319
P422_ST00043 619 46 tad 078
P422_SP00039
P422_ST00044 675 band 6050
P422_SP00040 747
P422_ST00045 757 90 yellow 168866
P422_SP00041 847
P422_ST00046 859 302 or 42
P422_SP00042 890
P422_ST00047 899 57 red. 0.49 0767
P422_TL00006 371 748
P422_ST00048 372 653. 0.48 6860
P422_SP00043 226 396
P422_ST00049 87 Cedar 0.23 68878
P422_SP00044 333 8
P422_ST00050 341 Waxwing, 0.26 88874777
P422_SP00045 402
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P422_SP00046 653
P422_ST00052 664 135 cedrorum 06616056
P422_SP00047 799
P422_ST00053 812 106 VieUlot 3058435
P422_TL00007 429 1002
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P422_ST00055 89 About 64250
P422_SP00049 586 454
P422_ST00056 601 size 1500
P422_SP00050
P422_ST00057 669 0.72 50
P422_SP00051 699
P422_ST00058 437 a 1
P422_SP00052 725
P422_ST00059 739 117 bluebird 28286603
P422_SP00053 856
P422_ST00060 869 75 (total 0.67 803008
P422_SP00054 944
P422_ST00061 958 85 length 571726
P422_SP00055 1043 460
P422_ST00062 1061 430 43 876
P422_SP00056 1104
P422_ST00063 1119 433 to 0.64 06
P422_SP00057 1146
P422_ST00064 1163 190
P422_TL00008 1024
P422_ST00065 mm). 0137
P422_SP00058 242
P422_ST00066 Head, 16520
P422_SP00059 343
P422_ST00067 357 77 neck, 07144
P422_SP00060
P422_ST00068 446 96 breast, 7004401
P422_SP00061 542
P422_ST00069 0.38 656
P422_SP00062 607 493
P422_ST00070 618 475 83 23 upper 15653
P422_SP00063 701 498
P422_ST00071 711 67 back 7527
P422_SP00064 778
P422_ST00072 791 vinaceous 370064604
P422_SP00065 932
P422_ST00073 62 gray 4105
P422_SP00066 1006 499
P422_ST00074 99 057300
P422_SP00067 1118
P422_ST00075 shad 0.70 0037 SUBS_TYPE HypPart1 SUBS_CONTENT shading
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P422_ST00076 ing 0.76 240 HypPart2
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P422_SP00069 356
P422_ST00078 367 510 0.60 07
P422_SP00070 531
P422_ST00079 409 514 4613
P422_SP00071 470
P422_ST00080 483 34 on
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P422_ST00081 74 ramp 6641
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P422_SP00074 668
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P422_ST00084 786
P422_SP00076 532
P422_ST00085 851 511 03
P422_SP00077 878
P422_ST00086 892 93 468031
P422_SP00078 985
P422_ST00087 997 35
P422_SP00079 1032
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P422_SP00080 1123
P422_ST00089 66 chin, 63060
P422_TL00010 544
P422_ST00090 forehead, 061635340
P422_SP00081
P422_ST00091 316 545 0.82 005
P422_SP00082 366 570
P422_ST00092 378 line 7406
P422_SP00083
P422_ST00093 441 109 through 1704016
P422_SP00084 550 575
P422_ST00094 563 552 eye 000
P422_SP00085 611
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P422_SP00086
P422_ST00096 718 head 5545
P422_SP00087 790
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P422_SP00088 913
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P422_SP00089 1046
P422_ST00099 1056 peart 45227
P422_SP00090 1131 576
P422_ST00100 1141 553 0641
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P422_SP00092 401
P422_ST00103 412 130 0.79 540300031
P422_SP00093
P422_ST00104 554
P422_SP00094 582
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P422_SP00095 721 612
P422_ST00106 733 then 2145
P422_SP00096 794
P422_ST00107 803 119 abruptly 64050470
P422_SP00097 922
P422_ST00108 934 tipped 700060
P422_SP00098
P422_ST00109 4033
P422_SP00099 1092
P422_ST00110 1103 100 yellow; 0227637
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P422_ST00111 82 under 03064
P422_SP00100 251 647
P422_ST00112 266 taU 008
P422_SP00101 308 646
P422_ST00113 625 104 coverts 7806301
P422_SP00102 428
P422_ST00114 444 629 63 very 0304
P422_SP00103 507 652
P422_ST00115 523 622 5707
P422_SP00104
P422_ST00116 597 0.87
P422_SP00105 648
P422_ST00117 663 white; 402430
P422_SP00106 750 651
P422_ST00118 767
P422_SP00107 792
P422_ST00119 808 older 53651
P422_SP00108 881
P422_ST00120 895 71 50440
P422_SP00109 966
P422_ST00121 980 056
P422_SP00110
P422_ST00122 14376460085
P422_TL00013 166 660 276
P422_ST00123 have 4006
P422_SP00111 233 685
P422_ST00124 244 47 red
P422_SP00112 291
P422_ST00125 300 waxy 0.83 0500
P422_SP00113 690
P422_ST00126 381 661 tips. 60216
P422_TL00014 697 1001
P422_ST00127 703 222 DISTRIBUTION: 0257431625040
P422_SP00114 425
P422_ST00128 Breeds 522346
P422_SP00115 559 723
P422_ST00129 584 69 from 6445
P422_SP00116
P422_ST00130 680 179 southeastem 60200450328
P422_SP00117
P422_ST00131 Alaska, 4532536
P422_SP00118 995 727
P422_ST00132 181 north-central 7700730607327
P422_TL00015 171 736
P422_ST00133 British 4233303
P422_SP00119 264 762
P422_ST00134 737 Columbia, 078535005
P422_SP00120 766
P422_ST00135 445 northem 0.46 2661668
P422_SP00121 566
P422_ST00136 Alberta, 18661507
P422_SP00122
P422_ST00137 187 northwestem 05063027128
P422_SP00123 904
P422_ST00138 920 211 Saskatchewan, 0.73 1422183100324
P422_SP00124
P422_ST00139 1148 744 cen 054 central
P422_TL00016 775
P422_ST00140 tral
P422_SP00125 216
P422_ST00141 230 146 Manitoba, 202304007
P422_SP00126 376 804
P422_ST00142 389 776 122 northern 05004216
P422_SP00127
P422_ST00143 525 Ontario, 10205553
P422_SP00128 644
P422_ST00144 658 95 cenlral 6515063
P422_SP00129 753 801
P422_ST00145
P422_SP00130 818
P422_ST00146 831 southeastera 460143001577
P422_SP00131 1011
P422_ST00147 1025 118 Quebec, 0054567
P422_SP00132 1143 807
P422_ST00148 282
P422_TL00017 813
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P422_SP00133 380 839
P422_ST00150 395 814 southward 770003000
P422_SP00134
P422_ST00151
P422_SP00135
P422_ST00152 51553416
P422_SP00136 719
P422_ST00153 732 151 Califomia, 0420057200
P422_SP00137 883 843
P422_ST00154 897 0600256
P422_SP00138
P422_ST00155 81 Utah, 10713
P422_SP00139 844
P422_ST00156 1128 Colo 0.74 3510 Colorado,
P422_TL00018 852
P422_ST00157 rado, 00453
P422_SP00140
P422_ST00158 256 157 Oklahoma, 056424001
P422_SP00141 413
P422_ST00159 427 4660403
P422_SP00142
P422_ST00160 539 134 Missouri, 300050334
P422_SP00143 673
P422_ST00161 688 southern 0.89 02200400
P422_SP00144 810
P422_ST00162 825 107 IlUnois, 16856200
P422_SP00145 882
P422_ST00163 946 7302333
P422_SP00146
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P422_TL00019 891
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P422_ST00166 288 Tennessee 125047076
P422_SP00148 439
P422_ST00167 456 94 (rarely 6850236
P422_SP00149 921
P422_ST00168 568 1000527
P422_SP00150 689
P422_ST00169 708 Alabama), 372503060
P422_SP00151 855
P422_ST00170 874 northera 07551677
P422_SP00152 917
P422_ST00171 1013 124 Georgia, 64852246
P422_SP00153
P422_ST00172 1154 0.50 527
P422_TL00020 929
P422_ST00173 930 North 08005
P422_SP00154 955
P422_ST00174 Carolina. 000670016
P422_SP00155 408
P422_ST00175 431 111 Winters 6500006
P422_SP00156
P422_ST00176 3553
P422_SP00157
P422_ST00177 southera 05016077
P422_SP00158
P422_ST00178 798 0215524
P422_SP00159
P422_ST00179 146562011
P422_SP00160 1062 959
P422_ST00180 1085 08001613
P422_TL00021 968
P422_ST00181 Idaho, 360750
P422_SP00161 261
P422_ST00182 3455714
P422_SP00162 375 994
P422_ST00183 393 125 Arizona, 33326306
P422_SP00163 518 998
P422_ST00184 535 184 2733144232155
P422_SP00164
P422_ST00185 969 New
P422_SP00165
P422_ST00186 822 Mexico, 0355067
P422_SP00166 938
P422_ST00187 957 0250000
P422_SP00167 1053
P422_ST00188 1071 200024006
P422_TL00022
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P422_SP00168
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P422_SP00169 385
P422_ST00191
P422_SP00170
P422_ST00192 lUinois, 38664450
P422_SP00171 567
P422_ST00193 593 Michigan, 625355504
P422_SP00172
P422_ST00194 1007
P422_SP00173
P422_ST00195 829 32455503
P422_SP00174 950
P422_ST00196 972
P422_SP00175
P422_ST00197 0113
P422_SP00176
P422_ST00198 1136 1008 58 Mas 400 Massachusetts
P422_TL00023
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P422_SP00177
P422_ST00200 327 148 0.90 000204001
P422_SP00178 1070
P422_ST00201 485 1049
P422_SP00179 512
P422_ST00202 Panama, 7200045
P422_SP00180 1075
P422_ST00203 346
P422_SP00181
P422_ST00204 712 07031477
P422_SP00182 833
P422_ST00205 Gulf 4061
P422_SP00183 912 7
P422_ST00206 919 Coast, 070017
P422_SP00184
P422_ST00207 1022 604
P422_SP00185 1073
P422_ST00208 1083 soulhera 05040577
P422_TL00024
P422_ST00209 Horida 844407
P422_SP00186 274 1109
P422_ST00210 286 1084 (late 01026
P422_SP00187 1113
P422_ST00211 361 October 0747350
P422_SP00188 478
P422_ST00212 490 1087
P422_SP00189
P422_ST00213 early 54070
P422_SP00190 602
P422_ST00214 June); 000735
P422_SP00191 700
P422_ST00215 714 115 casually 04000270
P422_SP00192
P422_ST00216 840 45
P422_SP00193
P422_ST00217 138 Bermuda, 10322710
P422_SP00194 1021
P422_ST00218 055
P422_SP00195 1078
P422_ST00219 1093 Bahama 136060
P422_TL00025 1122
P422_ST00220 Islands, 10006702
P422_SP00196 1152
P422_ST00221
P422_SP00197 334
P422_ST00222 344 West 4500
P422_SP00198 418
P422_ST00223 Indies, 5003500
P422_SP00199
P422_ST00224 Colombia, 008644045
P422_SP00200 684
P422_ST00225 694
P422_SP00201
P422_ST00226 755 Venezuela. 0546035000
P422_TB00002 155 1192
P422_TL00026 1199
P422_ST00227 1204 76151
P422_SP00202 1225
P422_ST00228 56020277051603
P422_SP00203
P422_ST00229 569 CXXXIII. 23045605
P422_SP00204
P422_ST00230 754 1200 250876
P422_SP00205
P422_ST00231 902 LANIIDAE. 061756007
P422_SP00206 1229
P422_ST00232 1091 110 Shrikcs. 04006826
P422_TL00027 1238
P422_ST00233 Small 04345
P422_SP00207 1263
P422_ST00234 1242
P422_SP00208 289
P422_ST00235 304 198 medium-small 156631005401
P422_SP00209 502
P422_ST00236 516 21836
P422_SP00210 587
P422_ST00237 4523
P422_SP00211 662
P422_ST00238 1245 gray, 70530
P422_SP00212 1269
P422_ST00239 763 707470
P422_SP00213 862 1268
P422_ST00240 877 86 black, 665560
P422_SP00214 963 1267
P422_ST00241 977 006
P422_SP00215 1029
P422_ST00242 white 20003
P422_SP00216 1120
P422_ST00243 1134 often 72376
P422_TL00028 1276
P422_ST00244 1279 present 6660040
P422_SP00217 1307
P422_ST00245
P422_SP00218 1300
P422_ST00246 331 501
P422_SP00219 374 1301
P422_ST00247 391 128 plumage. 36204601
P422_SP00220 519
P422_ST00248 Bill 6083
P422_SP00221 585
P422_ST00249 relatively 0087701350
P422_SP00222 1306
P422_ST00250 1281 strong 562741
P422_SP00223
P422_ST00251 55
P422_SP00224 910
P422_ST00252 924 hooked, 3753657
P422_SP00225 1038 1305
P422_ST00253 1057 sometimes 745044072
P422_TL00029 1314
P422_ST00254 1315 toothed. 05605780
P422_SP00226 1340
P422_ST00255 299 Tail
P422_SP00227 355 1339
P422_ST00256 68 long, 27075
P422_SP00228 1345
P422_ST00257 70057
P422_SP00229
P422_ST00258 540 150 graduated. 5050300436
P422_SP00230
P422_ST00259 705 76 Wing 0.33 7675
P422_SP00231 781
P422_ST00260 123 typically 025803120
P422_SP00232
P422_ST00261 short 63520
P422_SP00233
P422_ST00262 1014
P422_SP00234
P422_ST00263 1079 rounded, 36147540
P422_TL00030 1353
P422_ST00264 0030
P422_SP00235 228 1378
P422_ST00265 1354 01
P422_SP00236 1379
P422_ST00266 142 0663073065
P422_TL00031 1430 692
P422_ST00267 654. 5403
P422_SP00237 1455
P422_ST00268 243 Log&srhead 8875877877
P422_SP00238 410 1460
P422_ST00269 Shrike, 0.29 7781887
P422_SP00239 522 1459
P422_ST00270 530 Lanius 733054
P422_SP00240 627
P422_ST00271 638 ludovicianus 556600202171
P422_SP00241 816
P422_ST00272 L. 0.28
P422_TL00032 200 1487 1003
P422_ST00273 1492 625147650465101
P422_SP00242 1513
P422_ST00274 Close 40050
P422_SP00243
P422_ST00275
P422_SP00244
P422_ST00276 643 2627
P422_SP00245
P422_ST00277
P422_SP00246
P422_ST00278 764 192 Mockingbird, 266236357376
P422_SP00247 956 1519
P422_ST00279 976 1488 bul
P422_SP00248
P422_ST00280 1042 tail 4071
P422_SP00249
P422_ST00281 1106 shorter 7750067
P422_TL00033 1526
P422_ST00282 120302
P422_SP00250 1556
P422_ST00283 520504
P422_SP00251 340 1557
P422_ST00284 1527
P422_SP00252 404 1551
P422_ST00285 416 1530
P422_SP00253
P422_ST00286 457 035
P422_SP00254 505
P422_ST00287 6330
P422_SP00255 590 1555
P422_ST00288 Adull: 254054
P422_SP00256 695
P422_ST00289 153 upperparts 4243420006
P422_SP00257 861
P422_ST00290 mostly 370065
P422_SP00258 970
P422_ST00291 984 1533 23026
P422_SP00259
P422_ST00292 1069 becoming 65386574
P422_TL00034 1564 1039
P422_ST00293 84 bluish 631002
P422_SP00260 1590
P422_ST00294 267 1572 7310
P422_SP00261 330 1595
P422_ST00295
P422_SP00262
P422_ST00296 397 ramp; 77066
P422_SP00263 481
P422_ST00297 rem^es 0221035
P422_SP00264 1596
P422_ST00298 434462045
P422_SP00265 1594
P422_ST00299 159 contrasting 40704101536
P422_SP00266
P422_ST00300 941 4605
P422_SP00267
P422_ST00301 1018 01003
P422_SP00268 1095
P422_ST00302 1111 tips 3301
P422_SP00269 1161
P422_ST00303 1176 0.40
P422_TL00035 1603
P422_ST00304 12272516640
P422_SP00270 1628
P422_ST00305 352 046
P422_SP00271 403
P422_ST00306 421 1607 greater 7065041
P422_SP00272 521 1634
P422_ST00307 coverts; 15152122
P422_SP00273 1633
P422_ST00308 674 1604 6665028
P422_SP00274 770
P422_ST00309 750055023
P422_SP00275 1629
P422_ST00310 003651
P422_SP00276 1015
P422_ST00311 lateral 7507028
P422_SP00277 1121
P422_ST00312 1140 1610 ones 5457
P422_TL00036 1641
P422_ST00313 largely 4564486
P422_SP00278 262 1673
P422_ST00314 277 054247
P422_SP00279 365 1671
P422_ST00315 1643 80 stripe 042203
P422_SP00280
P422_ST00316 3503616
P422_SP00281 581
P422_ST00317 596 1650
P422_SP00282 642 1672
P422_ST00318 685366
P422_SP00283
P422_ST00319 1642 underparts 0554330305
P422_SP00284
P422_ST00320 926 04400
P422_SP00285 1667
P422_ST00321 1646 05
P422_SP00286 1044
P422_ST00322 Ught 8744
P422_SP00287
P422_ST00323 1133 1649 gray. 70235
P422_TL00037 1680
P422_ST00324 1681 149 Immature: 055420307
P422_SP00288 1705
P422_ST00325 335 1684 2563344003
P422_SP00289 487 1711
P422_ST00326 1687 more 5621
P422_SP00290 577
P422_ST00327 brownish 05535003
P422_SP00291
P422_ST00328 741 than 3140
P422_SP00292 802
P422_ST00329
P422_SP00293 845
P422_ST00330 adults, 4006003
P422_SP00294 1709
P422_ST00331 975 1400
P422_SP00295
P422_ST00332 1052 flne, 77302
P422_SP00296
P422_ST00333 wavy 2701
P422_TL00038 1718
P422_ST00334 1719 crossbars 144703240
P422_SP00297 1744
P422_ST00335 312
P422_SP00298 6
P422_ST00336 350 dusky; 720362
P422_SP00299 1750
P422_ST00337 breasl 600603
P422_SP00300 543
P422_ST00338
P422_SP00301 603
P422_ST00339 615 sides 10552
P422_SP00302
P422_ST00340 differ 608840
P422_SP00303 772
P422_ST00341 780
P422_SP00304
P422_ST00342 1726 same 0442
P422_SP00305 889
P422_ST00343 900 manner 304737
P422_SP00306
P422_ST00344 3334
P422_SP00307
P422_ST00345 those 30606
P422_SP00308 1166
P422_ST00346
P422_TL00039 1757
P422_ST00347 1758 79 adult. 0.84 500004
P422_SP00309 1782
P422_ST00348 5056
P422_SP00310 307
P422_ST00349 black 65707
P422_SP00311
P422_ST00350
P422_SP00312
P422_ST00351 463 hooked. 4763455
P422_TL00040 201 1795 1000
P422_ST00352 1800 213 DISTRIBUTION 087756052740
P422_SP00313 414 1821
P422_ST00353 1801 AND
P422_SP00314 491
P422_ST00354 VARIATION: 0448437006
P422_SP00315 679 37
P422_ST00355 716 064742
P422_SP00316
P422_ST00356 826 3073
P422_SP00317 894
P422_ST00357 908 southem 7065528
P422_SP00318 1031
P422_ST00358 4116654
P422_SP00319 1139
P422_ST00359 1153 1796 Co-
P422_TL00041 1854
P422_ST00360 020
P422_SP00320 1876
P422_ST00361 0.18
P422_SP00321 249 1877
P422_ST00362 1858 183 VERTEBRATES 03087763436
P422_SP00322 462
P422_ST00363 OF
P422_SP00323
P422_ST00364 FLORIDA 6363644


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P408_ST00005 684 128 32 24 of 0.63 70
P408_SP00005 716 16
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P408_SP00007 867
P408_ST00008 888 76 neck, 0.48 70466
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P408_ST00012 257 by 80
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P408_ST00013 302 89 26 mfous 0.50 82706
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P408_ST00014 401 167 brown 60706
P408_SP00013 490
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P408_ST00020 860 67 from 0.69 2260
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P408_ST00025 506 116 Alberta, 72422037
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P408_SP00024 880 271
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P408_SP00025 987
P408_ST00029 999 134 Montana, 0.72 26402340
P408_SP00026 1133 276
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P408_SP00028 367 311
P408_ST00033 388
P408_SP00029 418 306
P408_ST00034 436 144 Manitoba, 0.53 656517503
P408_SP00030 580
P408_ST00035 601 283 118 Ontario, 0.67 40044417
P408_SP00031 719 312
P408_ST00036 738 284 51 074
P408_SP00032 789 308
P408_ST00037 809 Quebec, 0144606
P408_SP00033
P408_ST00038 947 northera 40556477
P408_SP00034 1069 309
P408_ST00039 1089 95 Maine, 0.56 326265
P408_TL00006 319
P408_ST00040 182 north-central 4701550400350
P408_SP00035 338 344
P408_ST00041 356 320 68 New 341
P408_SP00036 424 345 17
P408_ST00042 441 161 Branswick, 0.55 5774400347
P408_SP00037 602 349
P408_ST00043 618 321 0.73 008
P408_SP00038 669 346
P408_ST00044 685 322 96 5220045
P408_SP00039 781
P408_ST00045 798 79 Nova 0.77 1413
P408_SP00040 877
P408_ST00046 894 87 Scotia 0.61 243552
P408_SP00041 981 348
P408_ST00047 998 323 145 southward 0.64 815144502
P408_SP00042 1143
P408_ST00048 1160 327 lo 07
P408_TL00007 357
P408_ST00049 123 0.76 06303105
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P408_ST00050 296 358 Baja 1.00 0000
P408_SP00044 360
P408_ST00051 376 150 Califoraia, 11620477306
P408_SP00045 526
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P408_SP00046 666 384
P408_ST00053 114 Mexico, 0.71 0010466
P408_SP00047 799 389
P408_ST00054 43 0.39 566
P408_SP00048 385
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P408_SP00049 386
P408_ST00056 1015 Gulf 0.78 3040
P408_SP00050 1082 13
P408_ST00057 Coast, 630307
P408_TL00008 155 395 1030
P408_ST00058 60 and, 0.52 2664
P408_SP00051 215
P408_ST00059 231 399 at
P408_SP00052 258 420 15
P408_ST00060 273 396 least 0.42 86086
P408_SP00053 340 14
P408_ST00061 354 132 formeriy, 160676647
P408_SP00054
P408_ST00062 398 6660708
P408_SP00055 600 422
P408_ST00063 616 104 Florida 2850480
P408_SP00056 720
P408_ST00064 735 (S. 0.33 847
P408_SP00057 773 428
P408_ST00065 407 c. 0.22 77
P408_SP00058 815 425
P408_ST00066 191 caroUnensis); 0.54 0537836410378
P408_SP00059 1021 429
P408_ST00067 1038 apparentiy 0400043772
P408_TL00009 433
P408_ST00068 180 disappearing 318444706633
P408_SP00060 334 464 8
P408_ST00069 342 4065
P408_SP00061 410 459 9
P408_ST00070 419 438 most 0.79 2112
P408_SP00062 489 460
P408_ST00071 498 435 0.81
P408_SP00063 529 6
P408_ST00072 535 ils 0.83
P408_SP00064
P408_ST00073 102 Horida 863315
P408_SP00065 682
P408_ST00074 691 443 85 range. 020730
P408_TL00010 509 702
P408_ST00075 510 56 625. 8016
P408_SP00066 534
P408_ST00076 188 Red-breasted 555400404475
P408_SP00067
P408_ST00077 142 NuthatcH, 000433377
P408_SP00068 571 540
P408_ST00078 581 512 Sitta 10447
P408_SP00069 645 536
P408_ST00079 657 canadensis 2867553303
P408_SP00070 813 537
P408_ST00080 826 513 L. 0.34
P408_TL00011 187 568
P408_ST00081 572 IDENTIFICATION: 612557020746012
P408_SP00071 444 593 35
P408_ST00082 479 108 Smaller 0207612
P408_SP00072 587 28
P408_ST00083 615 569 61 than 0624
P408_SP00073 676
P408_ST00084 706 White-breasted 46700375215218
P408_SP00074 921 595
P408_ST00085 952 Nuthatch 34400133
P408_SP00075 1083
P408_ST00086 1114 71 (total 506065
P408_TL00012 604 1033
P408_ST00087 length 072020
P408_SP00076 240 634
P408_ST00088 605 42 105
P408_SP00077 300 629
P408_ST00089 313 608 to
P408_SP00078
P408_ST00090 45 120 607
P408_SP00079
P408_ST00091 413 606 72 mm). 0673
P408_SP00080 485
P408_ST00092 499 106 Crown, 0.85 300004
P408_SP00081 635
P408_ST00093 619 613 nape, 05063
P408_SP00082 695 637
P408_ST00094 708 0.24 868
P408_SP00083 759 631
P408_ST00095 772 610 5371
P408_SP00084 840
P408_ST00096 852 0.43 73
P408_SP00085 882
P408_ST00097 892 rectrices 220322615
P408_SP00086 1013
P408_ST00098 1026 84 black; 686245
P408_SP00087 1110
P408_ST00099 1123 609 back 7025
P408_TL00013 643 1022
P408_ST00100 bluish 683002
P408_SP00088 238 668
P408_ST00101 253 651 gray; 40336
P408_SP00089 324 674
P408_ST00102 339 644 81 wings 0.51 05656
P408_SP00090
P408_ST00103 434 dusky; 306446
P408_SP00091 675
P408_ST00104 541 646 superciliary 062531010640
P408_SP00092
P408_ST00105 722 647 78 siripe 042007
P408_SP00093 800 677
P408_ST00106 white; 500567
P408_SP00094 902
P408_ST00107 917 655 a 0.18
P408_SP00095 933 672
P408_ST00108 75 black 76002
P408_SP00096 673
P408_ST00109 648 stripe 641137
P408_SP00097
P408_ST00110 1129 47 ran 0.23 777 ranning
P408_TL00014 681
P408_ST00111 ning 0640
P408_SP00098 711
P408_ST00112 110 through 0065350
P408_SP00099 343 713
P408_ST00113 690 59 eye; 5116
P408_SP00100
P408_ST00114 440 683 chin 3110
P408_SP00101
P408_ST00115 519 064
P408_SP00102
P408_ST00116 589 throat 602610
P408_SP00103
P408_ST00117 693 whitish; 14266020
P408_SP00104 803 714
P408_ST00118 822 686 146 remainder 057700664
P408_SP00105 968
P408_ST00119 986
P408_SP00106 1019
P408_ST00120 1032 underparis 7465306012
P408_TL00015 718
P408_ST00121 tinged 604336
P408_SP00107 241 748
P408_ST00122 250 57 with 2246
P408_SP00108 307 743
P408_ST00123 724 82 rusty; 267407
P408_SP00109 749
P408_ST00124 females 0553750
P408_SP00110 518 745
P408_ST00125 66 have 0502
P408_SP00111
P408_ST00126 728 3
P408_SP00112 620
P408_ST00127 630 721 blue-gray 550057536
P408_SP00113 762 753
P408_ST00128 730 crown. 0.75 503500
P408_TL00016 761 997
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P408_SP00114 785 37
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P408_SP00115
P408_ST00131 553 0226
P408_SP00116
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P408_SP00117 811 787
P408_ST00133 824 107 Alaska, 0767606
P408_SP00118 931 791
P408_ST00134 945 763 07012077
P408_SP00119 1067
P408_ST00135 1081 103 Yukon, 625706
P408_TL00017
P408_ST00136 southwestera 766013000077
P408_SP00120 823
P408_ST00137 363 164 Mackenzie, 1556365456
P408_SP00121 527 828
P408_ST00138 548 6561006
P408_SP00122 825
P408_ST00139 667 209 Saskatchewan, 0225425325424
P408_SP00123 876 829
P408_ST00140 898 801 7632537
P408_SP00124 1020
P408_ST00141 1042 140 044127220
P408_TL00018 151 837
P408_ST00142 James 61600
P408_SP00125 862
P408_ST00143 266 838 63 Bay, 0057
P408_SP00126 329
P408_ST00144 841 111 westem 085367
P408_SP00127 467
P408_ST00145 491 52 707
P408_SP00128 543
P408_ST00146 23440077
P408_SP00129 689
P408_ST00147 715 119 24504476
P408_SP00130 834
P408_ST00148 861 73005034
P408_SP00131 983 864
P408_ST00149 1008
P408_SP00132 1058
P408_ST00150 1084 843 100 eastera 7000477
P408_TL00019 875
P408_ST00151 5446127
P408_SP00133 905
P408_ST00152 006
P408_SP00134 900
P408_ST00153 Newfoundland 600000428655
P408_SP00135 567 901
P408_ST00154 586 260600287
P408_SP00136 733
P408_ST00155 752 (mostiy 4372770
P408_SP00137 857 907
P408_ST00156 874 in 40
P408_SP00138 899
P408_ST00157 918 000
P408_SP00139 960
P408_ST00158 978 133 Canadian 0.88 10101300
P408_SP00140 1111
P408_ST00159 1130 878 54 Life 4302
P408_TL00020 914
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P408_SP00141 236 942
P408_ST00161 251 62
P408_SP00142 938
P408_ST00162 293 San 705
P408_SP00143 939
P408_ST00163 Francisco 260026138
P408_SP00144
P408_ST00164 515 915 3026
P408_SP00145 579 944
P408_ST00165 mounlains 560640000
P408_SP00146 740
P408_ST00166 755
P408_SP00147
P408_ST00167 796 55544777
P408_SP00148 919 940
P408_ST00168 934 12000777147
P408_SP00149
P408_ST00169 1099 916 south 58000
P408_TL00021 951 1031
P408_ST00170 955 5040577
P408_SP00150 976
P408_ST00171 269 125 Arizona, 45087502
P408_SP00151 394
P408_ST00172 411 184 south-central 2430123330833
P408_SP00152 977
P408_ST00173 611 Colorado, 017544316
P408_SP00153 982
P408_ST00174 770 954 southwestern 651541500714
P408_SP00154 957 979
P408_ST00175 974 South 04033
P408_SP00155 1054
P408_ST00176 1072 Dakota, 2254160
P408_TL00022 153 989
P408_ST00177 750001000677
P408_SP00156 333
P408_ST00178 368 990 436026000
P408_SP00157
P408_ST00179 991 7450605
P408_SP00158 1016
P408_ST00180 Minnesota, 0020477067
P408_SP00159
P408_ST00181 992 Wisconsin, 0270637425
P408_SP00160
P408_ST00182 1065 42442577
P408_TL00023 1027
P408_ST00183 141 Michigan, 050688035
P408_SP00161 294
P408_ST00184 74523177
P408_SP00162 430 1053
P408_ST00185 442 06100042
P408_SP00163 560 1057
P408_ST00186 573 25110077
P408_SP00164 696
P408_ST00187
P408_SP00165 775
P408_ST00188 83 York, 61037
P408_SP00166 870 1059
P408_ST00189 881 1034 004058
P408_SP00167 1055
P408_ST00190 1003 Connecticut, 525211444051
P408_TL00024 1066
P408_ST00191 218 Massachusetts, 0.80 10405200450004
P408_SP00168 371
P408_ST00192 638
P408_SP00169 1091
P408_ST00193 1068 (at
P408_SP00170 483
P408_ST00194 high 6000
P408_SP00171 555 1097
P408_ST00195 elevations) 00221551005
P408_SP00172
P408_ST00196 46
P408_SP00173 760 1092
P408_ST00197 eastern 3204140
P408_SP00174 1093
P408_ST00198 886 Tennessee 160065260
P408_SP00175 1036
P408_ST00199 1048 0.95 001
P408_SP00176 1098
P408_ST00200 1073 west- 23600
P408_TL00025 1104
P408_ST00201 44 era 377
P408_SP00177 1128
P408_ST00202 North 07306
P408_SP00178
P408_ST00203 Carolina; 002771407
P408_SP00179 1134
P408_ST00204 446 1105 also 0.37 3776
P408_SP00180 503
P408_ST00205 1112 on
P408_SP00181 547
P408_ST00206 559 1106 Guadelupe 010400044
P408_SP00182 1136
P408_ST00207 Island. 0762663
P408_SP00183 820 1131
P408_ST00208 832 Withdraws 364254444
P408_SP00184 985 1132
P408_ST00209 1107 0.45 3476
P408_SP00185 1062
P408_ST00210 extreme 0400313
P408_TL00026 1142
P408_ST00211 46666277
P408_SP00186 1167
P408_ST00212 289 1146 74661
P408_SP00187 1173
P408_ST00213 374
P408_SP00188
P408_ST00214 417 breeding 30255601
P408_SP00189
P408_ST00215 554 1151 range 06650
P408_SP00190
P408_ST00216 0.84
P408_SP00191 670 1168
P408_ST00217 99 winter, 5570606
P408_SP00192
P408_ST00218 ranging 3302635
P408_SP00193 1175
P408_ST00219 1145 073050668
P408_SP00194 1170
P408_ST00220 then 0272
P408_SP00195
P408_ST00221 1157 1150
P408_TL00027 1181
P408_ST00222 032
P408_SP00196 195 1205
P408_ST00223 124 76502677
P408_SP00197 335 1206
P408_ST00224 1186 70034
P408_SP00198 1212
P408_ST00225
P408_SP00199 466 1207
P408_ST00226 478 1182 Arizona 6221453
P408_SP00200 592
P408_ST00227 045
P408_SP00201 658
P408_ST00228 1183
P408_SP00202 741 1208
P408_ST00229 758 115 6566540
P408_SP00203 873 1213
P408_ST00230 3000013741748
P408_SP00204 1074 1209
P408_ST00231 1185 94 Texas, 034006
P408_TL00028 1219
P408_ST00232 033
P408_SP00205 1244
P408_ST00233 1220 56110577
P408_SP00206 330
P408_ST00234 0.87 2002
P408_SP00207 1245
P408_ST00235 080046
P408_SP00208 1249
P408_ST00236 015
P408_SP00209
P408_ST00237 590 1221 4555017
P408_SP00210 1246
P408_ST00238 700 6133334
P408_SP00211 805
P408_ST00239 816 1223 (to
P408_SP00212 854 1251
P408_ST00240 1222 Sarasota 00621614
P408_SP00213 1247
P408_ST00241 1001
P408_SP00214 1051
P408_ST00242 northern 64442255
P408_TL00029 1257
P408_ST00243 109 Volusia 0507045
P408_SP00215 261 1282
P408_ST00244 136 Counties; 316633350
P408_SP00216 1287
P408_ST00245 1259 France, 3003603
P408_SP00217 528 1288
P408_ST00246 542 1969; 47655
P408_SP00218 612
P408_ST00247 625 MerriU, 2055586
P408_SP00219 729
P408_ST00248 744 1260 1969). 756651
P408_TL00030 1334
P408_ST00249 626. 5050
P408_SP00220 1358
P408_ST00250 228 205 Brown-headed 876774887888
P408_SP00221 1359
P408_ST00251 1335 143 Nuthatch, 0.20 788887687
P408_SP00222 1364
P408_ST00252 1336 00417
P408_SP00223 660 1361
P408_ST00253 pusilla 4630847
P408_SP00224 1366
P408_ST00254 Latham 0.86 061000
P408_TL00031 185 1392
P408_ST00255 1396 256 identification: 700041450000120
P408_SP00225 1417
P408_ST00256 476 One 0.44
P408_SP00226 1418
P408_ST00257 545 74
P408_SP00227
P408_ST00258 585 1393 126 Florida's 466137570
P408_SP00228
P408_ST00259 723 smallest 62152422
P408_SP00229
P408_ST00260 846 1394 birds 40476
P408_SP00230 1419
P408_ST00261 656546
P408_SP00231 1000 1424
P408_ST00262 1011 324205
P408_SP00232 1425
P408_ST00263 1395 about 07601
P408_TL00032 1430
P408_ST00264 1431 067
P408_SP00233 200 1455
P408_ST00265 6436
P408_SP00234 1459
P408_ST00266 55 Top 050
P408_SP00235 1460
P408_ST00267
P408_SP00236 5
P408_ST00268 5654
P408_SP00237 468
P408_ST00269
P408_SP00238 532
P408_ST00270 neck 4303
P408_SP00239 1456
P408_ST00271 93 mostly 852260
P408_SP00240 709 1461
P408_ST00272 light 50035
P408_SP00241 783 1462
P408_ST00273 793 1432 00715
P408_SP00242 1457
P408_ST00274 1433 101 (grayer 0.27 8578487
P408_SP00243 1463
P408_ST00275 1005
P408_SP00244 1458
P408_ST00276 1041 immature) 505048006
P408_TL00033 1468
P408_ST00277 1405
P408_SP00245 1493
P408_ST00278 lighter 7536241
P408_SP00246 318 1499
P408_ST00279 feather 0050335
P408_SP00247 432
P408_ST00280 edgings, 15605607
P408_SP00248 563 1500
P408_ST00281 578 1470 but 030
P408_SP00249 623 1494
P408_ST00282 639 intermpted 2500484406
P408_SP00250 795 1501
P408_ST00283 1471 0.91 01
P408_SP00251 844
P408_ST00284 1478 2
P408_SP00252 1495
P408_ST00285 891 white 06507
P408_SP00253 967 1496
P408_ST00286 1475 58 spot 7540
P408_SP00254 1502
P408_ST00287 1479
P408_SP00255 1497
P408_ST00288 lower 42260
P408_TL00034 1507
P408_ST00289 1514 nape; 40170
P408_SP00256 227 1537
P408_ST00290 3533
P408_SP00257 1532
P408_ST00291 0.97 001000
P408_SP00258 402
P408_ST00292 414 67066
P408_SP00259 1538
P408_ST00293 497 1508 remiges 6540553
P408_SP00260
P408_ST00294
P408_SP00261 1533
P408_ST00295 314266250
P408_SP00262 802 1534
P408_ST00296 1509 305744
P408_SP00263 908 1540
P408_ST00297 920 1510 0033066430
P408_SP00264
P408_ST00298 whitish 4000032
P408_TL00035 1545
P408_ST00299 1552 or
P408_SP00265 1569
P408_ST00300 87504
P408_SP00266 252 1575
P408_ST00301 262 buffy. 708843
P408_TL00036 1585 988
P408_ST00302 1588 distribution 334456664700
P408_SP00267 1609
P408_ST00303 412 1589
P408_SP00268
P408_ST00304 494 variation: 0525445307
P408_SP00269 1610
P408_ST00305 20866016
P408_SP00270
P408_ST00306 6274
P408_SP00271 1611
P408_ST00307 1587 178 southeastem 36005506668
P408_SP00272 1612
P408_ST00308 Ok 00 Oklahoma,
P408_TL00037 1621
P408_ST00309 lahoma, 1000217
P408_SP00273 263 1651
P408_ST00310 1622 6566004
P408_SP00274 1647
P408_ST00311 Arkansas, 616044056
P408_SP00275 1652
P408_ST00312 583 1623 148 Louisiana, 1803100606
P408_SP00276 731 1653
P408_ST00313 1624 65443366
P408_SP00277 879 1649
P408_ST00314 906 Mississippi, 057762857467
P408_SP00278 1655
P408_ST00315 1625 north- 145554
P408_TL00038 1660
P408_ST00316 4401708
P408_SP00279 1684
P408_ST00317 Alabama, 30140607
P408_SP00280 1689
P408_ST00318 20006377
P408_SP00281 533 1685
P408_ST00319 Georgia, 74636100
P408_SP00282 671 1692
P408_ST00320 1662 7520012
P408_SP00283 1686
P408_ST00321 05006
P408_SP00284 1687
P408_ST00322 896 Carolina, 100670006
P408_SP00285
P408_ST00323 1663 southeast- 6500557603
P408_TL00039 1698
P408_ST00324 1705
P408_SP00286 1723
P408_ST00325 Vu*ginia, 450005056
P408_SP00287 332 1728
P408_ST00326 1699 565
P408_SP00288
P408_ST00327 45130277
P408_SP00289
P408_ST00328 Maryland 75806053
P408_SP00290 678 1729
P408_ST00329 1700 365
P408_SP00291 1724
P408_ST00330 1701 Delaware 57732644
P408_SP00292 1726
P408_ST00331 580440307
P408_SP00293 1047
P408_ST00332 05
P408_SP00294 1086
P408_ST00333 1702 70205 southeastern
P408_TL00040 1736
P408_ST00334 1739 5603501
P408_SP00295 1761
P408_ST00335 1737 026447
P408_SP00296 1766
P408_ST00336 372 005
P408_SP00297 415
P408_ST00337 7085
P408_SP00298 1762
P408_ST00338 502 92 Coasl, 432044
P408_SP00299 594
P408_ST00339 1738 206
P408_SP00300 1763
P408_ST00340 11103677
P408_SP00301 790
P408_ST00341 Florida. 04855617
P408_SP00302 913 1764
P408_ST00342 924 1740 S.p. 2756
P408_SP00303 1769
P408_ST00343 3700584
P408_SP00304 1094 1770
P408_ST00344 1108 is
P408_SP00305 1765
P408_ST00345 1140
P408_TL00041 1774
P408_ST00346 0.35 75746777
P408_SP00306 1805
P408_ST00347 form 0804
P408_SP00307 352 1800
P408_ST00348 1775
P408_SP00308
P408_ST00349 404 068
P408_SP00309
P408_ST00350 461 1776 Panhandle 406155676
P408_SP00310 1801
P408_ST00351 621
P408_SP00311
P408_ST00352 1777 4705
P408_SP00312 751 1807
P408_ST00353 1778 caniceps 56304632
P408_SP00313 1808
P408_ST00354
P408_SP00314 928 1802
P408_ST00355
P408_SP00315 1803
P408_ST00356 Peninsula 730543025
P408_SP00316
P408_ST00357 1779
P408_TL00042 1813 737
P408_ST00358 57500666
P408_SP00317 1838
P408_ST00359 Monroe 572333
P408_SP00318
P408_ST00360 405 County 701551
P408_SP00319 1844
P408_ST00361 1814
P408_SP00320 570
P408_ST00362 1815 Fort 0400
P408_SP00321 1839
P408_ST00363 654 98 Pierce; 4450275
P408_SP00322 1843
P408_ST00364 1816 Map 017
P408_SP00323 1846
P408_ST00365 52). 0334
P408_TL00043 1874 458
P408_ST00366 1875
P408_SP00324 1897
P408_ST00367 224 0.16
P408_SP00325
P408_ST00368 1879 VERTEBRATES 03333021334
P408_SP00326
P408_ST00369 451 OF
P408_SP00327
P408_ST00370 FLORIDA 4453776


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P84_SP00024 1165
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P84_ST00034 793 97 nostrils 0.74 84000061
P84_SP00031 890
P84_ST00035 909 103 circular 01644008
P84_SP00032 1012 21
P84_ST00036 1033 43 (or 0.41 475
P84_SP00033 1076
P84_ST00037 1094 245 88 slitlike 38664707
P84_SP00034 1182
P84_ST00038 1201 and 0.49 086
P84_TL00005 308 284 933
P84_ST00039 285 98 sloping 0.65 3240085
P84_SP00035 406 316
P84_ST00040 420 143 downward 0.59 42073067
P84_SP00036 563 309 15
P84_ST00041 578 0.62 722
P84_SP00037 626
P84_ST00042 639 122 forward) 70503084
P84_SP00038 761 314
P84_ST00043 784 82 (Plate 365060
P84_SP00039 866 313
P84_ST00044 881 104 VIII-1) 0.81 5050200
P84_SP00040 985
P84_ST00045 1010 303
P84_TL00006 321 932
P84_ST00046 342 609 6
P84_SP00041 925 348
P84_ST00047 958 323 178 Falconidae, 00621464006
P84_SP00042 1136 353
P84_ST00048 XCni 0.77 0170
P84_TL00007 362 970
P84_ST00049 363 Never 47048
P84_SP00043 355
P84_ST00050 368 with 1507
P84_SP00044 427
P84_ST00051 440 the 070
P84_SP00045 481
P84_ST00052 496 above 0.58 60643
P84_SP00046 575
P84_ST00053 588 combination 07253806635
P84_SP00047 756
P84_ST00054 770 of 70
P84_SP00048
P84_ST00055 811 bill 7057
P84_SP00049 854
P84_ST00056 868 49 037
P84_SP00050 917
P84_ST00057 931 74 tarsal 045004
P84_SP00051 1005
P84_ST00058 1018 138 characters 0.78 0806000034
P84_SP00052 1156 386
P84_ST00059 1176 67
P84_TL00008 934
P84_ST00060 625
P84_SP00053 939 425
P84_ST00061 968 401 Accipitridae, 4004830552217
P84_SP00054 1167 428
P84_ST00062 1190 XCI 033
P84_TL00009 213 437 1035
P84_ST00063 41.
P84_SP00055 255 465
P84_ST00064 274 BiU 047
P84_SP00056 322 464
P84_ST00065 336 108 reduced 0.52 4641457
P84_SP00057
P84_ST00066 459 076
P84_SP00058 507
P84_ST00067 522 448 62 gape 3506
P84_SP00059 584 471
P84_ST00068 598 115 enlarged 47653065
P84_SP00060
P84_ST00069 732 (wider 0.51 065754
P84_SP00061 820 469
P84_ST00070 than 0.61 2606
P84_SP00062 894
P84_ST00071 length 738604
P84_SP00063 992
P84_ST00072 1007 71
P84_SP00064
P84_ST00073 1049 439 culmen); 14726806
P84_SP00065 1174 468
P84_ST00074 1188 60 total 68230
P84_TL00010 479
P84_ST00075 037104
P84_SP00066 392 510
P84_ST00076 407 486 over 4015
P84_SP00067 467 503
P84_ST00077 484 51 200 0.83 005
P84_SP00068 535 502
P84_ST00078 53 mm 0.68
P84_SP00069 603
P84_ST00079 624 617
P84_TL00011 514 935
P84_ST00080 536 261
P84_SP00070 574 542
P84_ST00081 599 523 287 caprimulgiformes: 30036245047173305
P84_SP00071 886 541
P84_ST00082 912 517 Caprimulgidae, 00427270646065
P84_SP00072 1143 545
P84_ST00083 1166 CXIV 7360
P84_TL00012 553 973
P84_ST00084 557 0.48 078
P84_SP00073 581 10
P84_ST00085 332 560 nol 0.66 512
P84_SP00074 375
P84_ST00086 385 564 as 0.91
P84_SP00075 412
P84_ST00087 556 128 described 603500726
P84_SP00076 12
P84_ST00088 562 37623
P84_SP00077 640 11
P84_ST00089 651 unless 654610
P84_SP00078
P84_ST00090 744 33007
P84_SP00079 804
P84_ST00091 816 217776
P84_SP00080 898
P84_ST00092 under 75304
P84_SP00081 988 580
P84_ST00093 1000 2(X) 0.42 2657
P84_SP00082 1051 579
P84_ST00094 16 0.95 01
P84_SP00083 1113
P84_ST00095 1130 68
P84_SP00084 1198
P84_ST00096
P84_TL00013 593
P84_ST00097 596 42. 015
P84_SP00085 619
P84_ST00098 65 Foot 4575
P84_SP00086 339 620
P84_ST00099 351 595 syndactyl 068560326
P84_SP00087 627
P84_ST00100 495 641014
P84_SP00088 577
P84_ST00101 590 118 VIII-2); 0.79 02002074
P84_SP00089
P84_ST00102 7007
P84_SP00090 786
P84_ST00103 800 large; 016320
P84_SP00091 874
P84_ST00104 889 biU 018
P84_SP00092
P84_ST00105 944 594 66 long, 0.35 82875
P84_SP00093
P84_ST00106 1025 without 0708574
P84_SP00094 1128
P84_ST00107 1141 107 dertrum 8152668
P84_TL00014
P84_ST00108 642 or 0.39
P84_SP00095 338 659
P84_ST00109 56 cere 2677
P84_SP00096 409
P84_ST00110 430 654
P84_SP00097 674
P84_ST00111 696 225 coraciiformes: 07821776724014
P84_SP00098 921
P84_ST00112 942 634 192 Alcedinidae, 210633555126
P84_SP00099 1134 663
P84_ST00113 1154 94 CXVII 0.86 03110
P84_TL00015 671
P84_ST00114 36 At 1.00 00
P84_SP00100 698
P84_ST00115 0.73 32330
P84_SP00101 699
P84_ST00116 680 840
P84_SP00102 447
P84_ST00117 462 front 20770
P84_SP00103 529
P84_ST00118 677 toe
P84_SP00104
P84_ST00119 601 free 0.67 7203
P84_SP00105 652
P84_ST00120 669
P84_SP00106 694
P84_ST00121 710 base 3255
P84_SP00107 769
P84_ST00122 790 691 403
P84_SP00108
P84_ST00123 0.85
P84_TL00016 711
P84_ST00124 43.
P84_SP00109 737
P84_ST00125 712 73 Head 6060
P84_SP00110 347 738
P84_ST00126 relatively 7700074475
P84_SP00111 487
P84_ST00127 501 80 smaU; 25075
P84_SP00112 742
P84_ST00128 0.24 768
P84_SP00113
P84_ST00129 655 short, 847405
P84_SP00114 729
P84_ST00130 747 slender, 06385637
P84_SP00115 851
P84_ST00131 867 0.40
P84_SP00116 916
P84_ST00132 57 3006
P84_SP00117
P84_ST00133 1006 0366462
P84_SP00118 1114
P84_ST00134 266
P84_SP00119
P84_ST00135 1194 717 3706
P84_TL00017 751
P84_ST00136 (biU 2668
P84_SP00120 781
P84_ST00137 124 narrower 20774477
P84_SP00121 776
P84_ST00138 8303
P84_SP00122
P84_ST00139 602 101 middle; 2510240
P84_SP00123 703 780
P84_ST00140 Plale 80100
P84_SP00124 789 775
P84_ST00141 806 VIII-3) 5050304
P84_SP00125 911
P84_ST00142 306 8
P84_TL00018 936
P84_ST00143 809 371
P84_SP00126 684 815
P84_ST00144 795 columbiformes: 30432600520506
P84_SP00127 956
P84_ST00145 980 189 Columbidae, 42041124066
P84_SP00128 1169 818
P84_ST00146 CIX 330
P84_TL00019 826
P84_ST00147 829 2317
P84_SP00129 855
P84_ST00148 359 830 0.34
P84_SP00130
P84_ST00149 normal 844600
P84_SP00131
P84_ST00150 size; 13027
P84_SP00132 568 858
P84_ST00151 109 0.88 4100200
P84_SP00133 690 853
P84_ST00152 084
P84_SP00134 752
P84_ST00153 764 836 2540
P84_SP00135
P84_ST00154 834 lacking 4300004
P84_SP00136 860
P84_ST00155 949 847
P84_SP00137
P84_ST00156 44 50
P84_TL00020
P84_ST00157 44. 000
P84_SP00138 893
P84_ST00158 518
P84_SP00139 892
P84_ST00159 334 003003
P84_SP00140 899
P84_ST00160 431 aboul 56825
P84_SP00141
P84_ST00161
P84_SP00142
P84_ST00162 limes 40260
P84_SP00143 636
P84_ST00163 649 its 024
P84_SP00144 678
P84_ST00164 692 depth, 068540
P84_SP00145 900
P84_ST00165 876
P84_SP00146
P84_ST00166
P84_SP00147 872
P84_ST00167 885 0.45 7763057
P84_SP00148
P84_ST00168 1004
P84_SP00149 1031
P84_ST00169 1044 aU 38
P84_SP00150 1077
P84_ST00170 1089 158 dimensions; 71857020705
P84_TL00021 904
P84_ST00171 907 113 rectrices 341422060
P84_SP00151 421
P84_ST00172 10; 064
P84_SP00152 480
P84_ST00173 tarsus 057266
P84_SP00153
P84_ST00174 45 733
P84_SP00154
P84_ST00175 645 scaly, 000713
P84_SP00155 719
P84_ST00176 735 133 appearing 436603074
P84_SP00156
P84_ST00177 883 906 wrinkled 35488430
P84_SP00157 1001
P84_ST00178 1015 07
P84_SP00158 1040 930
P84_ST00179 1055 913 museum 024300
P84_SP00159 1168
P84_ST00180 1183 skins 06281
P84_TL00022
P84_ST00181 946 (may 6403
P84_SP00160 383 977
P84_ST00182 400 be 0.33
P84_SP00161 432
P84_ST00183 450 403772
P84_SP00162
P84_ST00184 547 945 141 feathered) 2600737334
P84_SP00163 688
P84_ST00185 716 260
P84_SP00164 976
P84_ST00186 950 197 apodiformes, 076686074646
P84_SP00165 1197
P84_ST00187 03
P84_TL00023 982
P84_ST00188 984 96 Lenglh 457042
P84_SP00166 1016
P84_ST00189
P84_SP00167 415 1009
P84_ST00190 038
P84_SP00168 472
P84_ST00191 488 less 0454
P84_SP00169
P84_ST00192 552 2666
P84_SP00170 612
P84_ST00193 05
P84_SP00171 662
P84_ST00194 679 times 55750
P84_SP00172 749
P84_ST00195 766 810
P84_SP00173
P84_ST00196 813 86 depth; 883058
P84_SP00174
P84_ST00197 bUl 682
P84_SP00175 959
P84_ST00198 75 much 5250
P84_SP00176 1008
P84_ST00199 1067 4624052
P84_SP00177 1175
P84_ST00200 1191 only 0805
P84_TL00024 1022
P84_ST00201 1024
P84_SP00178 335 1048
P84_ST00202 345 190 Hirundinidae; 2570860863336
P84_SP00179 1053
P84_ST00203 number 0.27 788766
P84_SP00180
P84_ST00204
P84_SP00181 689
P84_ST00205 701 766100067
P84_SP00182 814
P84_ST00206 827 usually 1600425
P84_SP00183 923
P84_ST00207 1027 greater 3050204
P84_SP00184 1028
P84_ST00208 1041 0045
P84_SP00185 1099 1047
P84_ST00209 1117 707
P84_SP00186 1157 1052
P84_ST00210 003753
P84_TL00025 1059
P84_ST00211 scaly 87026
P84_SP00187
P84_ST00212 1079
P84_SP00188 1087
P84_ST00213 1214 46 0.30
P84_TL00026 1101 1030
P84_ST00214 45. 063
P84_SP00189 1126
P84_ST00215 247
P84_SP00190
P84_ST00216 337 short 72450
P84_SP00191
P84_ST00217 1102 0.37 585
P84_SP00192
P84_ST00218 72 wide; 36376
P84_SP00193 558 1131
P84_ST00219 573 wing 5277
P84_SP00194 637 1133
P84_ST00220 766046
P84_SP00195 734
P84_ST00221 750 1108 more 3777
P84_SP00196 819
P84_ST00222 5746
P84_SP00197 895
P84_ST00223 0.26 77
P84_SP00198
P84_ST00224 961 52
P84_SP00199 1013 1125
P84_ST00225 1118 210
P84_TL00027 1138
P84_ST00226 1159 673
P84_SP00200 986
P84_ST00227 1140 146 Apodidae, 571667372
P84_SP00201 1158
P84_ST00228 1178 CXV 0.98
P84_TL00028 272 971
P84_ST00229 408
P84_SP00202 1204
P84_ST00230 long 6077
P84_SP00203 393 1211
P84_ST00231 0.32 757
P84_SP00204 455
P84_ST00232 152 cylindrical; 654455700648
P84_SP00205
P84_ST00233 4083
P84_SP00206 1210
P84_ST00234 lenglh 368256
P84_SP00207 794
P84_ST00235 808 4401
P84_SP00208 856
P84_ST00236 870 0067
P84_SP00209
P84_ST00237
P84_SP00210 978
P84_ST00238 993 1185
P84_SP00211 1045 1203
P84_ST00239 1195
P84_TL00029 311 1216 937
P84_ST00240 1237
P84_SP00212 1243
P84_ST00241 951 1218 Trochilidae, 030036362627
P84_SP00213 1247
P84_ST00242 CXVI 0000
P84_TL00030 1255
P84_ST00243 1257 46. 055
P84_SP00214 1282
P84_ST00244 Hind 3085
P84_SP00215 343
P84_ST00245 358 477
P84_SP00216
P84_ST00246 7600000376
P84_SP00217 540 1289
P84_ST00247 1258 smaU 6477
P84_SP00218
P84_ST00248 644 0.38 485
P84_SP00219
P84_ST00249 709 inserted 07056630
P84_SP00220 817
P84_ST00250 03305
P84_SP00221 1281
P84_ST00251 929 1256 level 31027
P84_SP00222 991
P84_ST00252
P84_SP00223 1036
P84_ST00253 other 60437
P84_SP00224 1123
P84_ST00254 1139 1259 loes, 43043
P84_SP00225 1200 1285
P84_ST00255 1217 007
P84_TL00031 1295
P84_ST00256 1296 claw 0651
P84_SP00226 1321
P84_ST00257 136 somewhat 61664676
P84_SP00227
P84_ST00258 561 smaller 0450414
P84_SP00228
P84_ST00259 686 3658
P84_SP00229
P84_ST00260 773 92 middle 327013
P84_SP00230 865 1320
P84_ST00261 claw; 25546
P84_SP00231 963 1324
P84_ST00262 63 3071
P84_SP00232 1054 1326
P84_ST00263 1081 1298 coverts 0703550
P84_SP00233 1177 1319
P84_ST00264 1205 not
P84_TL00032 1332
P84_ST00265 1335 arranged 67778556
P84_SP00234 429 1366
P84_ST00266 445
P84_SP00235 1360
P84_ST00267 489 3 2
P84_SP00236
P84_ST00268 distinct 73602650
P84_SP00237
P84_ST00269 1334 ranks 64760
P84_SP00238
P84_ST00270 1354
P84_SP00239
P84_ST00271 1339 galliformbs, 007435077766
P84_SP00240 1196 1363
P84_ST00272
P84_TL00033 1372 974
P84_ST00273 1374 93 Hallux 415437
P84_SP00241 364 1399
P84_ST00274 376 scarcely 30165470
P84_SP00242 1405
P84_ST00275 498 99 0524604
P84_SP00243 597
P84_ST00276 608 5007
P84_SP00244 667 1398
P84_ST00277 1373 (oflen 505463
P84_SP00245 1403
P84_ST00278 1381 0.84 02
P84_SP00246 807
P84_ST00279 821 large 55627
P84_SP00247 888
P84_ST00280 901 as)
P84_SP00248
P84_ST00281 960 second 300872
P84_SP00249
P84_ST00282 1066 1380
P84_SP00250 1096
P84_ST00283 85 fourth 665000
P84_SP00251 1397
P84_ST00284 1206 1376 074
P84_TL00034 1410
P84_ST00285 1413
P84_SP00252 1437
P84_ST00286 373 placed 141044
P84_SP00253 461 1444
P84_ST00287 1416
P84_SP00254
P84_ST00288 1420 same 7655
P84_SP00255
P84_ST00289 level; 060077
P84_SP00256 672 1441
P84_ST00290 0414
P84_SP00257
P84_ST00291
P84_SP00258
P84_ST00292 hallux 560345
P84_SP00259
P84_ST00293 908 larger 318565
P84_SP00260 987 1443
P84_ST00294 1003 1412 4767
P84_SP00261 1063
P84_ST00295 1411 752005
P84_SP00262 1171 1436
P84_ST00296 1187 0516
P84_TL00035 1450
P84_ST00297 1451 (thicker 20602761
P84_SP00263 1481
P84_ST00298 1459 5737
P84_SP00264 1477
P84_ST00299 504 1452 6043
P84_SP00265
P84_ST00300 1458
P84_SP00266 605 1476
P84_ST00301 longer) 5386653
P84_SP00267 1483
P84_ST00302 725 ;
P84_SP00268 731 1480
P84_ST00303 3587
P84_SP00269
P84_ST00304 1454 6804632
P84_SP00270
P84_ST00305
P84_SP00271 957 1475
P84_ST00306 972
P84_SP00272
P84_ST00307 1002 33858
P84_SP00273
P84_ST00308 1095 1467 147
P84_TL00036 1487
P84_ST00309 1509
P84_SP00274 1516
P84_ST00310 1494 222 PASSERIFORMES, 64036667065507
P84_SP00275 1517
P84_ST00311
P84_TL00037 1529
P84_ST00312 47. 457
P84_SP00276 1554
P84_ST00313 3762
P84_SP00277 346
P84_ST00314 361 1530 mostly 852013
P84_SP00278 451 1561
P84_ST00315 naked; 826778
P84_SP00279 1559
P84_ST00316 fealhers 55307564
P84_SP00280
P84_ST00317
P84_SP00281 724
P84_ST00318 739 back 6617
P84_SP00282
P84_ST00319 subtruncate 35748580000
P84_SP00283
P84_ST00320 1545 242
P84_TL00038 312 1565
P84_ST00321 1587
P84_SP00284 891 1594
P84_ST00322 1567 230 Meleagrididae, 57165048666245
P84_SP00285 1597
P84_ST00323 XCV 0.82 302
P84_TL00039 1604
P84_ST00324 1607 7413
P84_SP00286 344 1632
P84_ST00325 91 largely 7070062
P84_SP00287 452 1639
P84_ST00326 1614
P84_SP00288 1631
P84_ST00327 513 102 entirely 08447016
P84_SP00289 615
P84_ST00328 631 135 feathered; 4044706864
P84_SP00290 1636
P84_ST00329 1610 contour 0674504
P84_SP00291
P84_ST00330 905 1606 feathers 27006445
P84_SP00292 1011
P84_ST00331 1029 1605 250000
P84_SP00293 1119 1637
P84_ST00332 1135 112 rounded 5608255
P84_TL00040 307 1643
P84_ST00333 1653 55
P84_SP00294 1671
P84_ST00334 356 1646 pointed 4428065
P84_SP00295 458 1679
P84_ST00335 1665
P84_SP00296
P84_ST00336 184 Phasianidae, 750080556077
P84_SP00297 1145 1673
P84_ST00337 1163 XCIV 0500
P84_TL00041 1683
P84_ST00338 1686 48. 137
P84_SP00298 1710
P84_ST00339 045368
P84_SP00299
P84_ST00340 1689 740
P84_SP00300 1709
P84_ST00341 1685 bilaminate, 60003040652
P84_SP00301 1714
P84_ST00342
P84_SP00302
P84_ST00343 line 7473
P84_SP00303
P84_ST00344 1684
P84_SP00304
P84_ST00345 junction 02505076
P84_SP00305 862 1716
P84_ST00346 875
P84_SP00306 902 1708
P84_ST00347 915
P84_SP00307
P84_ST00348 scales 504540
P84_SP00308
P84_ST00349 1061 being 37002
P84_SP00309
P84_ST00350 1146 medial; 8163506
P84_TL00042 1721
P84_ST00351 1724 5351
P84_SP00310 350 1749
P84_ST00352 broad, 163470
P84_SP00311 456 1754
P84_ST00353 476 depressed 564660678
P84_SP00312 1756
P84_ST00354 630 1728
P84_SP00313 1748
P84_ST00355 base, 24350
P84_SP00314 1753
P84_ST00356 763 1723
P84_SP00315 812
P84_ST00357 832 hooked 815666
P84_SP00316
P84_ST00358 952 1727 al
P84_SP00317
P84_ST00359 997 tip; 3300
P84_SP00318 1042
P84_ST00360 1722 rictal 552201
P84_SP00319 1747
P84_ST00361 1152 bristies 60077700
P84_TL00043 1759
P84_ST00362 1766 strong 008286
P84_SP00320 1794
P84_ST00363 1781
P84_SP00321 1788
P84_ST00364 1762 182 Tyrannidae, 72776757157
P84_SP00322 1790
P84_ST00365 CXIX 0200
P84_TL00044 1798
P84_ST00366 1802 208620
P84_SP00323 1827
P84_ST00367 1801 bUaminate, 7806680027
P84_SP00324 1831
P84_ST00368
P84_SP00325 1826
P84_ST00369 lines 07805
P84_SP00326
P84_ST00370 702
P84_SP00327
P84_ST00371 scale 10103
P84_SP00328
P84_ST00372 837 111 66805578
P84_SP00329 948 1832
P84_ST00373 1808 on
P84_SP00330 1825
P84_ST00374 1800 060
P84_SP00331
P84_ST00375 1799 medial 435703
P84_SP00332 1824
P84_ST00376 085
P84_TL00045 1838
P84_ST00377 1841 lateral 0800601
P84_SP00333 1866
P84_ST00378 413 sides; 256436
P84_SP00334 1870
P84_ST00379 505 35647
P84_SP00335 576 1865
P84_ST00380 0422006570
P84_SP00336
P84_ST00381 variable 30760103
P84_SP00337
P84_ST00382 884 1858
P84_SP00338 1192
P84_ST00383
P84_TL00046 1890 443
P84_ST00384 1891 04
P84_SP00339 1912
P84_ST00385
P84_SP00340 280
P84_ST00386 1894 VERTEBRATESOFFLORIDA 03023023178727221712


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P149_SP00206 1158
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P149_ST00262 751 basilar 4060107
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P149_ST00263 868 068645
P149_SP00237
P149_ST00264
P149_SP00238
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P149_ST00266 1344 7345
P149_SP00239 229 1362
P149_ST00267 5608
P149_SP00240
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P149_SP00241
P149_ST00269 1346
P149_SP00242 1363
P149_ST00270 1358
P149_SP00243 1364
P149_ST00271 1339 97 Coyote 341643
P149_SP00244 750 1370
P149_ST00272 768 1340 (Canis 705505
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P149_ST00273 873 117 latrans), 144031377
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P149_ST00275
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P149_ST00289 756807
P149_SP00260 593 1449
P149_ST00290
P149_SP00261
P149_ST00291 1418 0088
P149_SP00262
P149_ST00292 0102
P149_SP00263
P149_ST00293 4706
P149_SP00264
P149_ST00294 856 0.85
P149_SP00265 904
P149_ST00295 1425
P149_SP00266 970
P149_ST00296 1437
P149_SP00267
P149_ST00297
P149_TL00031 1462
P149_ST00298 05
P149_SP00268 1487
P149_ST00299 1463
P149_SP00269
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P149_SP00270 314 1495
P149_ST00301 1464 58 5011
P149_SP00271 389 1488
P149_ST00302 stiff 0.84 20022
P149_SP00272 458
P149_ST00303 474 black 73756
P149_SP00273
P149_ST00304 565 hairs 40030
P149_SP00274 630 1489
P149_ST00305 650 down 4805
P149_SP00275 723 1490
P149_ST00306 1465 dorsal 277000
P149_SP00276
P149_ST00307 842 midUne; 2048776
P149_SP00277 1494
P149_ST00308 1473
P149_SP00278
P149_ST00309 1023 50731
P149_TL00032 1501
P149_ST00310 1509
P149_SP00279 193 1526
P149_ST00311 208 feel; 87506
P149_SP00280 267 1531
P149_ST00312 1502 lower 82332
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P149_ST00313 372 1503 jaw 203
P149_SP00282 421 1534
P149_ST00314 incised 0602064
P149_SP00283
P149_ST00315 posteriad; 5774100058
P149_SP00284
P149_ST00316 697 126 statewide 520012604
P149_SP00285 1528
P149_ST00317 846 1523
P149_TL00033 1541
P149_ST00318 1560
P149_SP00286 1567
P149_ST00319 Gray 4303
P149_SP00287 482 1573
P149_ST00320 1542 Fox
P149_SP00288 554
P149_ST00321 1543 (Urocyon 81050573
P149_SP00289
P149_ST00322 730 253 cinereoargenteus), 000320520102337672
P149_SP00290
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P149_ST00324 Hair 4028
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P149_ST00325 1587
P149_SP00292 1605
P149_ST00326 42 tail 3408
P149_SP00293
P149_ST00327 soft 0470
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P149_ST00328 369 1581 060
P149_SP00295
P149_ST00329 1585 45
P149_SP00296 478
P149_ST00330 492 30432
P149_SP00297
P149_ST00331 1589
P149_SP00298 1606
P149_ST00332 631 1582 734505
P149_SP00299
P149_ST00333 midline; 60468535
P149_SP00300 840 1611
P149_ST00334 1583 36540013
P149_SP00301 1607
P149_ST00335 (upper) 2774581
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P149_ST00336 3578667
P149_SP00302 1644
P149_ST00337 276 1620
P149_SP00303
P149_ST00338 323 feet 4062
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P57_ST00016 675 189 20 to 0.60
P57_SP00015 701 209
P57_ST00017 715 35 tip 603
P57_SP00016 750
P57_ST00018 765 27 of 0.36 47
P57_SP00017 792 13
P57_ST00019 805 52 29 taU; 0586
P57_SP00018 857 213
P57_ST00020 873 188 21 at 0.90
P57_SP00019 897
P57_ST00021 911 62 least 74204
P57_SP00020 973
P57_ST00022 988 2 0.68 3
P57_SP00021 1004
P57_ST00023 1019 190 63 rows 6200
P57_TL00003 222 936
P57_ST00024 0.43 46
P57_SP00022 174 246
P57_ST00025 104 papulae 0.75 0108700
P57_SP00023 292 253
P57_ST00026 307 80 below 0.61 65340
P57_SP00024 387
P57_ST00027 400 141 lowermost 0.74 270061400
P57_SP00025 541 247
P57_ST00028 556 223 69 tooth 04215
P57_SP00026 625
P57_ST00029 641 230 50 row 0.82 031
P57_SP00027 691
P57_ST00030 712 131 5 0.22 7
P57_SP00028 843
P57_ST00031 864 224 72 Rana 0.45 2478
P57_SP00029
P57_ST00032 953 130 28 virgatipes 0003503026
P57_TL00004 115 260 967
P57_ST00033 Tooth-row 0.72 043070423
P57_SP00030 257 285
P57_ST00034 273 106 formula 4670000
P57_SP00031 379
P57_ST00035 397 261 23, 0.57 0547
P57_SP00032 454 290 19
P57_ST00036 473 59 each 3006
P57_SP00033 532
P57_ST00037 550 84 lateral 0.66 8307022
P57_SP00034 634 286
P57_ST00038 652 265 part 5022
P57_SP00035 706 293
P57_ST00039 724 262 0.39 83
P57_SP00036 751
P57_ST00040 767 the 0.44 753
P57_SP00037 808
P57_ST00041 826 92 second 050575
P57_SP00038 918
P57_ST00042 935 upper 70725
P57_SP00039 1014
P57_ST00043 1031 267 51 360
P57_TL00005 148 299 32
P57_ST00044 305 66 more 0.53 6470
P57_SP00040 323 12
P57_ST00045 226 than 0.85 0500
P57_SP00041 324
P57_ST00046 302 60 10% 0.54 067
P57_SP00042 362
P57_ST00047 81 length 057043
P57_SP00043 460 330
P57_ST00048 300
P57_SP00044 500
P57_ST00049 512 first 0.88 00500
P57_SP00045 563
P57_ST00050 575 06067
P57_SP00046 331
P57_ST00051 666 row; 0.48 0748
P57_SP00047 726 329
P57_ST00052 738 724401
P57_SP00048 818
P57_ST00053 832 on 0.71
P57_SP00049 865
P57_ST00054 879 82 dorsal 0.46 625656
P57_SP00050 961
P57_ST00055 975 0.70 007
P57_SP00051 1008
P57_ST00056 1021 faint 0.49 65580
P57_TL00006
P57_ST00057 48 and 0.41 484
P57_SP00052 196
P57_ST00058 342 44 not
P57_SP00053 361
P57_ST00059 338 0.58 08
P57_SP00054
P57_ST00060 308 bold 0.65 3505
P57_SP00055 367
P57_ST00061 382 107 contrast 06770000
P57_SP00056 489 363
P57_ST00062 6305
P57_SP00057 562
P57_ST00063 578 40 074
P57_SP00058 618
P57_ST00064 164 surrounding 26467068587
P57_SP00059 798 370
P57_ST00065 813 345 26737
P57_SP00060
P57_ST00066 896 8635
P57_SP00061 957
P57_ST00067 109 pigment 8075450
P57_TL00007 376
P57_ST00068 118 scattered 712414003
P57_SP00062 263 401
P57_ST00069 150 throughout 0608001250
P57_SP00063 435 407
P57_ST00070 456 377 remainder 707038057
P57_SP00064 593
P57_ST00071 616 0.78 04
P57_SP00065 642
P57_ST00072 664 378 7040
P57_SP00066 707
P57_ST00073 728 fin, 0086
P57_SP00067 769 406
P57_ST00074 793 381 640
P57_SP00068 837
P57_ST00075 859 concentrated 063014060326
P57_SP00069 1033
P57_ST00076 1.00 00
P57_TL00008 143
P57_ST00077 415 margins; 75401807
P57_SP00070 258 446
P57_ST00078 275 7062
P57_SP00071 336 439
P57_ST00079 354 315306
P57_SP00072 434 440
P57_ST00080 451 416 0.32 67
P57_SP00073 476
P57_ST00081 493 108
P57_SP00074 536
P57_ST00082 553 163 52415140670
P57_SP00075 716
P57_ST00083 734 420 430
P57_SP00076 778
P57_ST00084 795 0585580577
P57_SP00077 938 447
P57_ST00085 955
P57_SP00078 981
P57_ST00086 998 36 0.47 663
P57_SP00079 1034
P57_ST00087 1052 0.31
P57_TL00009
P57_ST00088 tail; 20002
P57_SP00080 482
P57_ST00089 211 only 7005
P57_SP00081 485
P57_ST00090 282 461 one 071
P57_SP00082 478
P57_ST00091 0.76
P57_SP00083 396
P57_ST00092 411 37
P57_SP00084 438
P57_ST00093 papiUae 4774800
P57_SP00085 558
P57_ST00094 572 455 04766
P57_SP00086
P57_ST00095 665 459 most 1700
P57_SP00087 730
P57_ST00096 745
P57_SP00088 772
P57_ST00097 787 140 046071600
P57_SP00089 927
P57_ST00098 942 71 0.83 00026
P57_SP00090 1013
P57_ST00099 1029 605
P57_TL00010 930
P57_ST00100 732 6 0.21
P57_SP00091 883 518
P57_ST00101 910 73 1854
P57_SP00092 983 517
P57_ST00102 grylio 0.91 000004
P57_TL00011 530
P57_ST00103 531 19. 762
P57_SP00093 99 555
P57_ST00104 117 TaU 008
P57_SP00094
P57_ST00105 crest 05060
P57_SP00095 251
P57_ST00106 271 clear 50705
P57_SP00096
P57_ST00107 359 (sometimes 0050611063
P57_SP00097 560
P57_ST00108 58 0.98 0000
P57_SP00098 590
P57_ST00109 611 78 small, 000050
P57_SP00099 689 561
P57_ST00110 711 98 sharply 3077702
P57_SP00100 809
P57_ST00111 830 105 defined, 46118555
P57_SP00101
P57_ST00112 956 127 scattered, 7544050564
P57_TL00012 570
P57_ST00113 0057
P57_SP00102 594
P57_ST00114 dots); 625038
P57_SP00103 313 598
P57_ST00115 333 68 basal 01171
P57_SP00104
P57_ST00116 fourth 554330
P57_SP00105 503
P57_ST00117 524 571
P57_SP00106 552 595
P57_ST00118 5237
P57_SP00107 613
P57_ST00119 633 74 crests 077000
P57_SP00108
P57_ST00120 often 77460
P57_SP00109 796
P57_ST00121 816 70 8657
P57_SP00110 886
P57_ST00122 97 opaque 343024
P57_SP00111 601
P57_ST00123 1025 3506
P57_TL00013 607
P57_ST00124 608 remainder; 6363423074
P57_SP00112 295 638
P57_ST00125 311 609 body 7505
P57_SP00113
P57_ST00126 394 light 00730
P57_SP00114 453
P57_ST00127 470 610 86 yellow 530611
P57_SP00115
P57_ST00128 573 green 22316
P57_SP00116 645
P57_ST00129
P57_SP00117
P57_ST00130 705 Ufe 0.26 885
P57_SP00118 747
P57_ST00131 768 (pale 0.50 37067
P57_SP00119 836
P57_ST00132 853
P57_SP00120
P57_ST00133 187 preservative), 26072640660536
P57_TL00014 647
P57_ST00134 138 sometimes 066560370
P57_SP00121 287 671
P57_ST00135 309 4006
P57_SP00122 368
P57_ST00136 389 smaU 0507
P57_SP00123
P57_ST00137 5015
P57_SP00124 543 672
P57_ST00138 648 dots; 03338
P57_SP00125 632 676
P57_ST00139 653 hind 6361
P57_SP00126 713
P57_ST00140 limb 0.42 7446
P57_SP00127
P57_ST00141 buds 7071
P57_SP00128 880
P57_ST00142 905 132 appearing 206677060
P57_SP00129 1037 678
P57_ST00143 1061 649
P57_TL00015 684
P57_ST00144 685 about 70744
P57_SP00130 225 709
P57_ST00145 240 686
P57_SP00131
P57_ST00146 289 693 mm
P57_SP00132 340
P57_ST00147 356 2662
P57_SP00133 422 717
P57_ST00148 437 90 length, 3550251
P57_SP00134 527
P57_ST00149 544 690
P57_SP00135 588
P57_ST00150 604 114 reaching 55002174
P57_SP00136 718
P57_ST00151 a 0.27
P57_SP00137 749 710
P57_ST00152 764 768603
P57_SP00138 847
P57_ST00153 85
P57_SP00139 891
P57_ST00154
P57_SP00140 940
P57_ST00155
P57_SP00141
P57_ST00156 1023 untU 2638
P57_TL00016
P57_ST00157 725 02588
P57_SP00142
P57_ST00158
P57_SP00143
P57_ST00159
P57_SP00144 341
P57_ST00160 357 5276
P57_SP00145 424 756
P57_ST00161 007651
P57_SP00146 522
P57_ST00162 744 274
P57_SP00147
P57_ST00163 841 0536
P57_SP00148 914
P57_ST00164 155 catesbeiana 0.81 00412000605
P57_TL00017 763 969
P57_ST00165
P57_SP00149 168 788
P57_ST00166 770 6264
P57_SP00150
P57_ST00167 96 heavily 7406235
P57_SP00151
P57_ST00168 384 pigmented; 1664570736
P57_SP00152 533
P57_ST00169 551 4060
P57_SP00153
P57_ST00170 466000
P57_SP00154 687
P57_ST00171 45 760
P57_SP00155 789
P57_ST00172 771 325320
P57_SP00156 866
P57_ST00173 884 basally; 83846046
P57_SP00157 794
P57_ST00174 1006 20440
P57_TL00018 802
P57_ST00175 806 parts 44331
P57_SP00158 834
P57_ST00176 232
P57_SP00159 259 827
P57_ST00177 277 5403
P57_SP00160 344
P57_ST00178 803 94 usuaUy 071682
P57_SP00161
P57_ST00179 474 0.34 4677
P57_SP00162
P57_ST00180 554 804 06
P57_SP00163 579
P57_ST00181 597 life; 80668
P57_SP00164
P57_ST00182 668 5573
P57_SP00165 727
P57_ST00183 746 0030
P57_SP00166
P57_ST00184 824 8700
P57_SP00167 887
P57_ST00185 908 133 117543370
P57_SP00168 1041
P57_ST00186 1059 10
P57_TL00019
P57_ST00187 75 10480
P57_SP00169
P57_ST00188 243 0.84 11
P57_SP00170
P57_ST00189 291 849 76
P57_SP00171 343
P57_ST00190 8725
P57_SP00172 425 872
P57_ST00191 442 842 91 length; 5560020
P57_SP00173
P57_ST00192 135 maximum 0558112
P57_SP00174
P57_ST00193 704 5303
P57_SP00175
P57_ST00194 167010
P57_SP00176 870
P57_ST00195 888 25243
P57_SP00177 964
P57_ST00196 982
P57_SP00178
P57_ST00197 1032
P57_TL00020 931
P57_ST00198 898
P57_SP00179 838
P57_ST00199 0401
P57_SP00180 903
P57_ST00200 128 clamitans 025403716
P57_TL00021 952 623
P57_ST00201 89 Class 07070
P57_SP00181 347 977
P57_ST00202 Reptilia 00707150
P57_SP00182
P57_ST00203 39 4 0.00
P57_SP00183 539 971
P57_ST00204 Orders 145360
P57_SP00184 655
P57_ST00205 669 958 066
P57_SP00185 729
P57_ST00206 741 Families 20506047
P57_TL00022 1005
P57_ST00207 1. 55
P57_SP00186 1028
P57_ST00208 Eyes, 14486
P57_SP00187 1036
P57_ST00209 201 1012 ear 514
P57_SP00188 244
P57_ST00210 openings, 0.37 856748717
P57_SP00189 385
P57_ST00211 402
P57_SP00190 450
P57_ST00212 465 Umbs 8650
P57_SP00191 538
P57_ST00213 1007 lacking; 30052704
P57_SP00192 660
P57_ST00214 7500
P57_SP00193
P57_ST00215 less 0450
P57_SP00194 780
P57_ST00216 0707
P57_SP00195 856
P57_ST00217 twice 05614
P57_SP00196
P57_ST00218 006478
P57_SP00197 1038
P57_ST00219 0.24
P57_TL00023 1042 932
P57_ST00220 64 head 8704
P57_SP00198 210 1068
P57_ST00221 234 844
P57_TL00024 1083
P57_ST00222 1088 squamata 0.77 41502300
P57_SP00199 1110
P57_ST00223 152 (suborder 403728806
P57_SP00200 1111
P57_ST00224 477 1084 227 amphisbaenu): 0387720433802
P57_SP00201 1112
P57_ST00225 252 Amphisbaenidae^ 5271817022060210
P57_SP00202 978 1108
P57_ST00226 LXIX 0440
P57_TL00025 1118 968
P57_ST00227 Eyes 0070
P57_SP00203 178 1149
P57_ST00228 194 1119 88 always 651030
P57_SP00204 1150
P57_ST00229 1124 present, 05103047
P57_SP00205 403 1151
P57_ST00230 1128
P57_SP00206 463 1146
P57_ST00231 1122 openings 33653322
P57_SP00207 596 1153
P57_ST00232 1123 0.29 587
P57_SP00208 1147
P57_ST00233 lunbs 06750
P57_SP00209
P57_ST00234 95 440084
P57_SP00210 860 1154
P57_ST00235 878 1130 so; 047
P57_SP00211 915 1152
P57_ST00236
P57_SP00212 1148
P57_ST00237 989 207267
P57_TL00026 1158
P57_ST00238 1161
P57_SP00213 1182
P57_ST00239 60140
P57_SP00214 248
P57_ST00240 264 1159 0.80 01702
P57_SP00215 1183
P57_ST00241 350 016005
P57_SP00216 432 1190
P57_ST00242 449 1160 53
P57_SP00217 1184
P57_ST00243 492 7445
P57_SP00218 557 1185
P57_ST00244 1180
P57_SP00219 1044 1187
P57_ST00245 1067 1162
P57_TL00027 1195
P57_ST00246 2.
P57_SP00220 1219
P57_ST00247 Body 3441
P57_SP00221 1227
P57_ST00248 195 1197 covered 6104550
P57_SP00222 1220
P57_ST00249 3556
P57_SP00223 1221
P57_ST00250 380 1205
P57_SP00224 395
P57_ST00251 408 1198 bony 1674
P57_SP00225 1228
P57_ST00252 486
P57_SP00226 515 1222
P57_ST00253 leathery 60005143
P57_SP00227 1230
P57_ST00254 1200 shell, 780277
P57_SP00228
P57_ST00255 631
P57_SP00229 1224
P57_ST00256 782 1207 81313
P57_SP00230 1231
P57_ST00257 6062
P57_SP00231 928
P57_ST00258 (carapace) 6006060005
P57_TL00028 1235 941
P57_ST00259 being 70670
P57_SP00232 1265
P57_ST00260 connected 067460032
P57_SP00233 1259
P57_ST00261 373 1240
P57_SP00234 399
P57_ST00262 413 070
P57_SP00235
P57_ST00263 1236 lower 70700
P57_SP00236
P57_ST00264 0112
P57_SP00237 1267
P57_ST00265 624 136 (plastron) 5070011685
P57_SP00238
P57_ST00266 1237 by
P57_SP00239 810
P57_ST00267 822 1244
P57_SP00240 1260
P57_ST00268 125 relatively 4080552466
P57_SP00241 974 1268
P57_ST00269 987 narrow 877643
P57_TL00029 1273
P57_ST00270 93 bridge; 7667048
P57_SP00242 236 1304
P57_ST00271 1281 no
P57_SP00243 281 1297
P57_ST00272 294 1277 true 0670
P57_SP00244 348
P57_ST00273 1274 teeth 0.86 40002
P57_SP00245 427
P57_ST00274 1278 present 3107060
P57_SP00246 537 1305
P57_ST00275 1275 (see 4125
P57_SP00247 1303
P57_ST00276 621 Fig. 5020
P57_SP00248
P57_ST00277 688 4) 02
P57_SP00249
P57_ST00278 742 1294 144
P57_SP00250 1299
P57_ST00279 chelonia, 054203446
P57_SP00251 1047
P57_ST00280
P57_TL00030 1311 34
P57_ST00281 3552
P57_SP00252 183 1342
P57_ST00282 197 1312 3540540
P57_SP00253 301 1336
P57_ST00283 315 4504
P57_SP00254
P57_ST00284 388 1314 scales 0.87 100050
P57_SP00255 1338
P57_ST00285 480 1321 0.35
P57_SP00256 508
P57_ST00286 523 epidermal 001142006
P57_SP00257 656 1345
P57_ST00287 1315 plates, 2022074
P57_SP00258 757
P57_ST00288 773 1316 but 0.94 010
P57_SP00259 1339
P57_ST00289 1323 never 72105
P57_SP00260 904 1340
P57_ST00290 1317 7030
P57_SP00261
P57_ST00291 993
P57_SP00262
P57_ST00292 1320 two- 4172
P57_TL00031 1351
P57_ST00293 1354 5055
P57_SP00263 199 1381
P57_ST00294 217 shell; 274307
P57_SP00264 1380
P57_ST00295 1352 10700
P57_SP00265 371 1376
P57_ST00296 391 1356 6503580
P57_SP00266 488 1383
P57_ST00297 513 1372 528 8
P57_SP00267
P57_ST00298 1064 1355 9
P57_TL00032 1388
P57_ST00299 3. 0.33
P57_SP00268 1412
P57_ST00300 113 8640
P57_SP00269 1413
P57_ST00301 1389 paddleUke, 7274048727
P57_SP00270 1421
P57_ST00302 1390 2455
P57_SP00271 1415
P57_ST00303 1394 toes 0760
P57_SP00272
P57_ST00304 1391 085
P57_SP00273 581
P57_ST00305 1392 claws 04501
P57_SP00274 1416
P57_ST00306 696 1393 scarcely 00030060
P57_SP00275 1424
P57_ST00307
P57_SP00276 850 1418
P57_ST00308 124 evidence, 000364037
P57_SP00277 994 1422
P57_ST00309 1016 if
P57_SP00278 1035
P57_ST00310 1055 1397
P57_TL00033 1427
P57_ST00311 aU
P57_SP00279 1452
P57_ST00312 1447
P57_SP00280 1456
P57_ST00313 1431
P57_TL00034 112 1466
P57_ST00314 Limbs 53100
P57_SP00281 1491
P57_ST00315 212 1467 0610
P57_SP00282
P57_ST00316 modified; 346500021
P57_SP00283 1496
P57_ST00317 1472 0470
P57_SP00284 1492
P57_ST00318 491 1469
P57_SP00285 516 1493
P57_ST00319 534 evidence 05661803
P57_SP00286 650
P57_ST00320 49 160
P57_SP00287
P57_ST00321 737 1474
P57_SP00288 761 1494
P57_ST00322 779 1470 32053
P57_SP00289 840
P57_ST00323 1471
P57_SP00290 874
P57_ST00324 894 1478 0.28
P57_SP00291 1495
P57_ST00325 947
P57_SP00292
P57_ST00326 foot 5621
P57_TL00035 1505
P57_ST00327 provided 42420106
P57_SP00293 1535
P57_ST00328 4410
P57_SP00294 1530
P57_ST00329 1506 06051
P57_SP00295 436 1531
P57_ST00330 1526 577
P57_SP00296 1040 1533
P57_ST00331 1509
P57_TL00036 1543
P57_ST00332 4.
P57_SP00297 1567
P57_ST00333 With 4207
P57_SP00298 177
P57_ST00334 192 1551 an
P57_SP00299 1568
P57_ST00335 239 1544 external 66025801
P57_SP00300
P57_ST00336 5757
P57_SP00301 1576
P57_ST00337 1545 covering 07101141
P57_SP00302
P57_ST00338 576 1546
P57_SP00303 1570
P57_ST00339 620 ridged, 4456047
P57_SP00304 1577
P57_ST00340 13314115
P57_SP00305 1579
P57_ST00341 1548 skin 0468
P57_SP00306 1572
P57_ST00342 (but 6055
P57_SP00307 986
P57_ST00343 1002 601650
P57_TL00037 1582
P57_ST00344 1586 0650582
P57_SP00308 1612
P57_ST00345 256
P57_SP00309 280 1606
P57_ST00346 1583 young) 553846
P57_SP00310 390 1613
P57_ST00347 1590 ; 0.20
P57_SP00311 404 1611
P57_ST00348 419 00136
P57_SP00312 1607
P57_ST00349 507 1584 lacking 0326636
P57_SP00313 1615
P57_ST00350 1604
P57_SP00314 1609
P57_ST00351 1585 Dermochelyidae, 555314040777007
P57_SP00315 991
P57_ST00352 1009 LVII 7002
P57_TL00038 1620
P57_ST00353 SheU 3608
P57_SP00316 1644
P57_ST00354 1621 4343606
P57_SP00317 1645
P57_ST00355 319 3604
P57_SP00318
P57_ST00356 1622 134 506036700
P57_SP00319 1653
P57_ST00357 (horny) 1447645
P57_SP00320
P57_ST00358 1623 87 plates; 5061505
P57_SP00321 775 1655
P57_ST00359 797 1631
P57_SP00322 1648
P57_ST00360
P57_SP00323 895
P57_ST00361 916 5320
P57_SP00324 984
P57_ST00362 07507
P57_TL00039 1663
P57_ST00363 0760077
P57_SP00325 241 1690
P57_ST00364 1679
P57_SP00326 680 1685
P57_ST00365 1682
P57_SP00327 1686
P57_ST00366 784 193 Cheloniidae, 002455371356
P57_SP00328 1692
P57_ST00367 1664 LXII 4020
P57_TL00040 1730
P57_ST00368 1731
P57_SP00329 1754
P57_ST00369 Any 084
P57_SP00330 139 1759
P57_ST00370 specimen 57704536
P57_SP00331
P57_ST00371
P57_SP00332 1753
P57_ST00372 314 000
P57_SP00333 351
P57_ST00373 364 Family 007230
P57_SP00334 1758
P57_ST00374 159 Typhlopidae 14402645534
P57_SP00335
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P177_SP00265 1541
P177_ST00296 1517 tad 0.28
P177_SP00266 229 1542
P177_ST00297 only 6663
P177_SP00267 1548
P177_ST00298 326 1518 slightly 74005430
P177_SP00268 1549
P177_ST00299 1519 forked, 0707747
P177_SP00269
P177_ST00300 1520 if
P177_SP00270 1545
P177_ST00301 1525 00
P177_SP00271 632
P177_ST00302 1522 all. 0860
P177_SP00272 692
P177_ST00303 4067
P177_SP00273 1547
P177_ST00304 798 1523 0880602
P177_SP00274 1553
P177_ST00305 918
P177_SP00275
P177_ST00306 unusually 070003182
P177_TL00032 1554
P177_ST00307 flat-headed, 000366303677
P177_SP00276 1585
P177_ST00308 1556 2500
P177_SP00277 1581
P177_ST00309 1564 an
P177_SP00278
P177_ST00310 354 1557 inferior 08350060
P177_SP00279 460 1587
P177_ST00311 1559 mouth 57706
P177_SP00280 559 1583
P177_ST00312 574 1560
P177_SP00281 1584
P177_ST00313 1568 2
P177_SP00282
P177_ST00314 664 dull, 53414
P177_SP00283 1590
P177_ST00315 olivaceous 5530405707
P177_SP00284 888
P177_ST00316 900 1563 06162
P177_SP00285
P177_ST00317 1567 pattem, 0230087
P177_TL00033 1592
P177_ST00318 72202
P177_SP00286 1617
P177_ST00319 1593 uniform, 00435004
P177_SP00287 267 1622
P177_ST00320 282 1594 bul
P177_SP00288 1619
P177_ST00321 342 1595 occasionally 510145816312
P177_SP00289 1627
P177_ST00322 1597 blotched 07634207
P177_SP00290 653
P177_ST00323 667 1605
P177_SP00291
P177_ST00324 1599 spotted. 23700077
P177_SP00292 822 1629
P177_ST00325
P177_SP00293 1624
P177_ST00326 1600 07061
P177_SP00294 982 1625
P177_ST00327 patlern 0200417
P177_TL00034 1631
P177_ST00328 approaches 0001620560
P177_SP00295 1661
P177_ST00329 247 1633 thai 2450
P177_SP00296 1658
P177_ST00330
P177_SP00297
P177_ST00331 378 1634 81
P177_SP00298 401
P177_ST00332 nebulosus, 4256175617
P177_SP00299 580 1664
P177_ST00333 1637 603
P177_SP00300
P177_ST00334 073
P177_SP00301 1662
P177_ST00335 752 body 8330
P177_SP00302 821 1668
P177_ST00336 846 1638 form 0340
P177_SP00303 1663
P177_ST00337 1639 0810
P177_SP00304 992
P177_ST00338 1640
P177_SP00305 1049
P177_ST00339 0.20
P177_TL00035 1671
P177_ST00340 187 serracanthus. 4730555300616
P177_SP00306 1696
P177_ST00341 1672 061
P177_SP00307
P177_ST00342 334 1673 57 anal 0.95 0001
P177_SP00308 1697
P177_ST00343
P177_SP00309
P177_ST00344 typically 402607684
P177_SP00310 1704
P177_ST00345 586 1674
P177_SP00311 1699
P177_ST00346 1676 7306
P177_SP00312 706 1705
P177_ST00347 1677
P177_SP00313 1701
P177_ST00348 1680
P177_SP00314 788
P177_ST00349 800
P177_SP00315
P177_ST00350 844 1684 rays
P177_SP00316 1707
P177_ST00351 915 1678 (19-22 457000
P177_SP00317 1004 1706
P177_ST00352 05
P177_SP00318 1043 1702
P177_ST00353 1679 St.
P177_TL00036 1708
P177_ST00354 Johns 46442
P177_SP00319 1733
P177_ST00355 1709 95 River). 4503267
P177_SP00320 1739
P177_ST00356 263 1710 2445246
P177_SP00321 1736
P177_ST00357 416 1712 lenglh 700005
P177_SP00322 1742
P177_ST00358 1713 06735
P177_SP00323 1738
P177_ST00359 1714 03
P177_SP00324
P177_ST00360 1721 cm.
P177_TL00037 1750 996
P177_ST00361 1754 3033050756220
P177_SP00325 313 1775
P177_ST00362 Middle 288702
P177_SP00326
P177_ST00363 1751 elevations 0120220840
P177_SP00327 1776
P177_ST00364
P177_SP00328
P177_ST00365 1752 160
P177_SP00329 729
P177_ST00366 751 1753 Carolinas 100577000
P177_SP00330 1777
P177_ST00367
P177_SP00331 958
P177_ST00368 981 Georgia 0070230
P177_TL00038 1787
P177_ST00369 (reaching 401305510
P177_SP00332 192 1818
P177_ST00370 1788 Coaslal 0727300
P177_SP00333 1813
P177_ST00371 54277
P177_SP00334
P177_ST00372 1789 locally) 06606640
P177_SP00335 543 1819
P177_ST00373 1790 250030302
P177_SP00336 1815
P177_ST00374 739 1791 via 035
P177_SP00337 1816
P177_ST00375 803
P177_SP00338
P177_ST00376 Chatlahoochee- 53000055634002
P177_TL00039 1847
P177_ST00377 1850 SPECIES 0610761
P177_SP00339 627 1868
P177_ST00378 ACCOUNTS: 554660364
P177_SP00340 781 1869
P177_ST00379 1851 195 OSTEICHTHYES 755355010520
P177_SP00341 1870
P177_ST00380 1013 0.19
P177_SP00342
P177_ST00381 1849 1 0.15
P177_SP00343
P177_ST00382 1848 0.33


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P282_SP00003 438 159
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P282_SP00009 830
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P282_SP00010 899
P282_ST00011 912 132 24 of 80
P282_SP00011 943 10
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P282_SP00012 996
P282_ST00013 1011 144 hog-nosed 0.65 033056253
P282_SP00013 1155 162
P282_ST00014 1170 100 snakes. 0.78 2056010
P282_TL00002 238 168 1033
P282_ST00015 56 The 0.82 022
P282_SP00014 294 193
P282_ST00016 309 83 scales 0.67 045242
P282_SP00015 392
P282_ST00017 406 175 are 065
P282_SP00016 449 194
P282_ST00018 464 169 114 strongly 15173072
P282_SP00017 578 199
P282_ST00019 592 90 keeled 0.59 523534
P282_SP00018 682
P282_ST00020 697 173 21 at 41
P282_SP00019 722
P282_ST00021 736 32 all 204
P282_SP00020 768
P282_ST00022 782 177 70 23 ages. 0.77 04006
P282_SP00021 852 200
P282_ST00023 869 170 143 Maximum 0.83 3210003
P282_SP00022 1012
P282_ST00024 1027 85 length 0.76 450003
P282_SP00023 1112 201 18
P282_ST00025 1130 171 44 180 0.24 877
P282_SP00024 1174 196
P282_ST00026 1187 174 27 to 0.58
P282_SP00025 1214
P282_ST00027 1227 172 215 025
P282_TL00003 214 63
P282_ST00028 cm. 031
P282_SP00026 288 231 -17
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P282_SP00027 483
P282_ST00030 498 250 20 AND 0.66 045
P282_SP00028 564 270
P282_ST00031 VARIATION: 0305755056
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P282_ST00032 790 246 Widespread 3071645038
P282_SP00030 958 277
P282_ST00033 976 in 0.88 02
P282_SP00031 1001
P282_ST00034 1019 0.87 030
P282_SP00032 1062
P282_ST00035 1079 247 82 West; 0.52 27607
P282_SP00033 1161 276
P282_ST00036 1179 93 farther 0.62 4133560
P282_TL00004 284 1032
P282_ST00037 287 east 0.90 0030
P282_SP00034 308
P282_ST00038 310 291 one 510
P282_SP00035 360
P282_ST00039 377 60 race 0.49 7732
P282_SP00036 437
P282_ST00040 453 40 (P. 0.26 785
P282_SP00037 493 313
P282_ST00041 509 292 36 m.
P282_SP00038
P282_ST00042 560 286 68 28 sayi, 45007
P282_SP00039 628 314
P282_ST00043 646 0.81 050
P282_SP00040 689
P282_ST00044 707 285 Bull 0.61 2165
P282_SP00041 762
P282_ST00045 96 Snake) 0.50 502687
P282_SP00042 876
P282_ST00046 891 112 inhabits 17366347
P282_SP00043 1003
P282_ST00047 0.80 041
P282_SP00044 1063
P282_ST00048 Great 70450
P282_SP00045 1162 311
P282_ST00049 91 Plains, 4610620
P282_TL00005 321 1023
P282_ST00050 76 much 0.47 6427
P282_SP00046 347
P282_ST00051 332 0.54 71
P282_SP00047 362
P282_ST00052 375 135 Missouri, 300042117
P282_SP00048 351
P282_ST00053 526 323 Iowa, 05323
P282_SP00049 608
P282_ST00054 625 322 Minnesota, 0530406237
P282_SP00050 784 352
P282_ST00055 800 51 and 606
P282_SP00051 851
P282_ST00056 866 157 Wisconsin, 0.68 1010650457
P282_SP00052 353
P282_ST00057 1040 324 186 northwestern 245515643045
P282_SP00053 1226 349
P282_ST00058 1242 Il SUBS_TYPE HypPart1 SUBS_CONTENT IlUnois,
P282_TL00006 237 359
P282_ST00059 86 Unois, 800066 HypPart2
P282_SP00054 388
P282_ST00060 344 147 Oklahoma 04010620
P282_SP00055 491 385
P282_ST00061 361 104 (except 5456460
P282_SP00056 614 390
P282_ST00062 633 southeastem), 0.75 1001400014577
P282_SP00057 833
P282_ST00063 87 Texas 45620
P282_SP00058 939 386
P282_ST00064 0134540
P282_SP00059
P282_ST00065 1082 122 eastera), 631036657
P282_SP00060 1204 391
P282_ST00066 1223 0.43 466
P282_TL00007 397
P282_ST00067 179 northeastera 550055750377
P282_SP00061 417 422
P282_ST00068 435 398 116 Mexico; 2064240
P282_SP00062 551 427
P282_ST00069 569 405 an 05
P282_SP00063 602
P282_ST00070 619 109 isolated 07775406
P282_SP00064 728 423
P282_ST00071 745 population 1650710654
P282_SP00065 895 429
P282_ST00072 911 400 0.25 867
P282_SP00066 951 428
P282_ST00073 968 408 0.32 67
P282_SP00067 1004 424
P282_ST00074 1021 ruthveni) 184505106
P282_SP00068 1150
P282_ST00075 1168 399 lives 0.57 67223
P282_SP00069 1231 425
P282_ST00076 1247
P282_TL00008
P282_ST00077 439 111 westem 0.74 240015
P282_SP00070 461
P282_ST00078 371 139 Louisiana 060177620
P282_SP00071
P282_ST00079 529 235
P282_SP00072 579
P282_ST00080 600 440 101 eastern 5006526
P282_SP00073 701 462
P282_ST00081 721 95 Texas; 273330
P282_SP00074 816
P282_ST00082 837 146
P282_SP00075 888
P282_ST00083 908 3 0.37 6
P282_SP00076 921
P282_ST00084 944 subspecies 2037552162
P282_SP00077 1094 468
P282_ST00085 1114 97 inhabit 0.72 2600710
P282_SP00078 1211
P282_ST00086 1230 0.86 021
P282_TL00009 474
P282_ST00087 140 Southeast 473157521
P282_SP00079 378 499
P282_ST00088 489 4 0.00
P282_SP00080 411 1
P282_ST00089 412 475 southera 45607077
P282_SP00081 534
P282_ST00090 550 Kentucky 63304764
P282_SP00082 688 505
P282_ST00091 703 035
P282_SP00083 754
P282_ST00092 769 479 0.63 026075
P282_SP00084 880 501
P282_ST00093 896 123 Virginia, 0.45 075786634
P282_SP00085 506
P282_ST00094 1036 476 110 through 0307080
P282_SP00086 1146 507
P282_ST00095 1160 477 Georgia 5230722
P282_TL00010 1035
P282_ST00096 515 0.46
P282_SP00087 264 537
P282_ST00097 278 004
P282_SP00088
P282_ST00098 336 Gulf 3462
P282_SP00089 404 538 11
P282_ST00099 415 Coast 30300
P282_SP00090 497
P282_ST00100 72
P282_SP00091 542 9
P282_ST00101 513 128 Alabama 5344164
P282_SP00092 679
P282_ST00102 691 514 084
P282_SP00093 742
P282_ST00103 757 Mississippi 42574676540
P282_SP00094 914 544
P282_ST00104 928 0.30 568
P282_SP00095 978 539
P282_ST00105 993 518 03
P282_SP00096 1020
P282_ST00106 03001077
P282_SP00097 1156
P282_ST00107 1171 Florida 0654433
P282_TL00011 980
P282_ST00108 105 8322540
P282_SP00098 341 580
P282_ST00109 158 Everglades 5063662230
P282_SP00099 581
P282_ST00110 0.89 003
P282_SP00100 575
P282_ST00111 552 92 Keys); 514750
P282_SP00101 673
P282_ST00112 685 only 0.73 6022
P282_SP00102 7
P282_ST00113 752 P.
P282_SP00103 576
P282_ST00114 794 65
P282_SP00104
P282_ST00115 840 553 mugitus 7600664
P282_SP00105 952
P282_ST00116 965 occurs 470204
P282_SP00106 1058 577
P282_ST00117 1068
P282_SP00107
P282_ST00118 1105 Florida. 17544500
P282_TL00012 648 828
P282_ST00119 649 332. 0.53 6740
P282_SP00108 293
P282_ST00120 94 Prairie 4006004
P282_SP00109 674
P282_ST00121 420 Kingsnake, 0.69 7331000354
P282_SP00110 8
P282_ST00122 586 190 Lampropeltis 776007065300
P282_SP00111 776 680
P282_ST00123 786 650 calligaster 54650044440
P282_SP00112 936 681
P282_ST00124 946 651 120 (Harlan) 70002003
P282_TL00013 999
P282_ST00125 711 257 IDENTIFICATION: 705046380623230
P282_SP00113 528 732
P282_ST00126 563 A
P282_SP00114 589
P282_ST00127 609 moderately 3671030686
P282_SP00115 738
P282_ST00128 708 large 17083
P282_SP00116 854
P282_ST00129 875 79 snake 06665
P282_SP00117 954 733
P282_ST00130 974 61 with 4215
P282_SP00118
P282_ST00131 1051 reddish 0656055
P282_SP00119
P282_ST00132 1175 brown, 505036
P282_TL00014
P282_ST00133 216 black-bordered 58415345071003
P282_SP00120 451 770
P282_ST00134 88 dorsal 440357
P282_SP00121 571
P282_ST00135 603 746 117 blotches 24640376
P282_SP00122 720
P282_ST00136 on
P282_SP00123 787
P282_ST00137 819 a
P282_SP00124 835 771
P282_ST00138 868 light 50065
P282_SP00125 931
P282_ST00139 963 brown 60712
P282_SP00126 1050 772
P282_ST00140 1083
P282_SP00127 1110
P282_ST00141 1142 747 yellowish 058662435
P282_TL00015 783 1037
P282_ST00142 background. 25430287055
P282_SP00128 414 813
P282_ST00143 There 06706
P282_SP00129 809
P282_ST00144 523 0.38 74
P282_SP00130
P282_ST00145 557 791 0.84
P282_SP00131 572
P282_ST00146 row 070
P282_SP00132 637
P282_ST00147
P282_SP00133
P282_ST00148 687 103 smaUer 560700
P282_SP00134
P282_ST00149 64 dark 5034
P282_SP00135 864
P282_ST00150 874 119 70753370
P282_SP00136 810
P282_ST00151 1005 792 0.35
P282_SP00137 1038
P282_ST00152 each 0.94 0002
P282_SP00138
P282_ST00153 1127 side 2040
P282_SP00139 1183
P282_ST00154 0.92
P282_SP00140 1224
P282_ST00155 1232
P282_TL00016 822
P282_ST00156 body, 05656
P282_SP00141
P282_ST00157 511
P282_SP00142 847
P282_ST00158
P282_SP00143 448
P282_ST00159 152 underparts 0550533430
P282_SP00144 618
P282_ST00160 636 011
P282_SP00145
P282_ST00161 698 102 whitish 0020401
P282_SP00146
P282_ST00162 4020
P282_SP00147 879
P282_ST00163 897 823 0075
P282_SP00148 961
P282_ST00164 979 blotches, 677025400
P282_SP00149 1106 853
P282_ST00165 1126 sometimes 082804330
P282_TL00017 860 1025
P282_ST00166 73 faint. 335007
P282_SP00150 885
P282_ST00167 325 Old
P282_SP00151 376 886
P282_ST00168 145 specimens 466722740
P282_SP00152 536 890
P282_ST00169 59 may 002
P282_SP00153
P282_ST00170 623 861 become 674706
P282_SP00154
P282_ST00171 so
P282_SP00155
P282_ST00172 789 862 6443
P282_SP00156
P282_ST00173 865 06
P282_SP00157
P282_ST00174
P282_SP00158 935
P282_ST00175 948 obscure 0730404
P282_SP00159 1060 887
P282_ST00176 1073 this 0520
P282_SP00160 1123
P282_ST00177 1136 color 54771
P282_SP00161 1209
P282_ST00178 1221 pat pattera,
P282_TL00018
P282_ST00179 902 tera, 45777
P282_SP00162 303 927
P282_ST00180 318 906 or
P282_SP00163 923
P282_ST00181 407
P282_SP00164 929
P282_ST00182 develop 0603051
P282_SP00165 548
P282_ST00183 561 faint 02302
P282_SP00166 626 924
P282_ST00184 166 longitudinal 750300130327
P282_SP00167 806 930
P282_ST00185 stripes. 00224202
P282_SP00168
P282_ST00186 940 900 Although 41006342
P282_SP00169 1072
P282_ST00187 1088 98 several 4707518
P282_SP00170 1186 925
P282_ST00188 1202 other 83251
P282_TL00019 937
P282_ST00189 3803320
P282_SP00171 342
P282_ST00190 354 snakes 563330
P282_SP00172 962
P282_ST00191 460 have 5644
P282_SP00173 527
P282_ST00192 945 2
P282_SP00174 554
P282_ST00193 566 938 33570
P282_SP00175 639
P282_ST00194 941 pattem 130166
P282_SP00176 751 967
P282_ST00195 763 Uke
P282_SP00177
P282_ST00196 826 053
P282_SP00178
P282_ST00197
P282_SP00179 919
P282_ST00198 84 these, 056770
P282_SP00180
P282_ST00199 0007
P282_SP00181 1075
P282_ST00200 snake*s 0105061
P282_SP00182 1192
P282_ST00201 1205 57 com 654 combination
P282_TL00020
P282_ST00202 115 bination 76702064
P282_SP00183 1000
P282_ST00203 367 975
P282_SP00184
P282_ST00204 409 smooth 0.40 167766
P282_SP00185
P282_ST00205 scales, 0.42 5078467
P282_SP00186
P282_ST00206 641
P282_SP00187 671
P282_ST00207 690 981
P282_SP00188 716
P282_ST00208 731
P282_SP00189 764
P282_ST00209 779 scale 10544
P282_SP00190
P282_ST00210 984 rows, 05257
P282_SP00191
P282_ST00211 960 undivided 833300566
P282_SP00192 1100
P282_ST00212 1115 977 anal 5478
P282_SP00193 1178
P282_ST00213 1189 plate, 036547
P282_TL00021 1013
P282_ST00214 loreal 350357
P282_SP00194
P282_ST00215 326 54
P282_SP00195 380
P282_ST00216 single 204085
P282_SP00196 471 1043
P282_ST00217 478 141 preocular 004547883
P282_SP00197
P282_ST00218 401810
P282_SP00198 713
P282_ST00219 726 should 065086
P282_SP00199
P282_ST00220 829 eliminate 270401001
P282_SP00200
P282_ST00221 1014
P282_SP00201
P282_ST00222 1022 others. 0.85 0000117
P282_SP00202 1118
P282_ST00223 1131 5362301
P282_TL00022
P282_ST00224 003800
P282_SP00203 1081
P282_ST00225 81 about 07623
P282_SP00204 413
P282_ST00226 421 0.29
P282_SP00205 1076
P282_ST00227 463 1054
P282_SP00206
P282_ST00228 504 1053
P282_SP00207
P282_ST00229 521 04
P282_SP00208
P282_ST00230 1059 005
P282_SP00209
P282_ST00231 620 (Fig. 22376
P282_SP00210
P282_ST00232 1052 37 6.)
P282_TL00023 269 1090
P282_ST00233 550325663303
P282_SP00211
P282_ST00234
P282_SP00212 562
P282_ST00235 1095 176 0507555405
P282_SP00213
P282_ST00236 118 Western 6013205
P282_SP00214 905
P282_ST00237 920 Oklahoma, 640003007
P282_SP00215 1077 1120
P282_ST00238 1093 1091 central 4220006
P282_SP00216
P282_ST00239 Kan Kansas,
P282_TL00024
P282_ST00240 1135 53 sas, 0006
P282_SP00217 290 1157
P282_ST00241 306 southeastera 600403450077
P282_SP00218 486 1152
P282_ST00242 502 1128 Nebraska, 341070365
P282_SP00219
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P282_SP00220 1153
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P282_SP00221 1158
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P282_SP00222 1024 1154
P282_ST00246 107 Illinois, 273265163
P282_SP00223 1147
P282_ST00247 1165 1133 344068
P282_TL00025
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P282_SP00224 345 1191
P282_ST00249 1166 52 761
P282_SP00225 419
P282_ST00250 444 Kentucky, 640001440
P282_SP00226 591 1197
P282_ST00251 most 2860
P282_SP00227
P282_ST00252 710 1167
P282_SP00228 741
P282_ST00253 078066000
P282_SP00229
P282_ST00254 910
P282_SP00230
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P282_SP00231 1124 1198
P282_ST00256 1148 (west 0.96 20000
P282_SP00232
P282_ST00257 1246
P282_TL00026
P282_ST00258 Chesapeake 0010162025
P282_SP00233 1235
P282_ST00259 426 Bay) 6125
P282_SP00234 492
P282_ST00260 southward 040085227
P282_SP00235 656
P282_ST00261 1208 07
P282_SP00236
P282_ST00262 718 124 0603444
P282_SP00237 842
P282_ST00263 859 1206 Texas, 344076
P282_SP00238 955
P282_ST00264 972 337
P282_SP00239 1016
P282_ST00265 2070
P282_SP00240 1101
P282_ST00266 1207 Coast, 525305
P282_SP00241
P282_ST00267 630
P282_TL00027 1243
P282_ST00268 188 northwestem 06002062066
P282_SP00242 1268
P282_ST00269 455 2452243
P282_SP00243 559
P282_ST00270 1244 (east 37000
P282_SP00244 655 1272
P282_ST00271
P282_SP00245
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P282_SP00246 849 1274
P282_ST00273 County; 6823001
P282_SP00247 995
P282_ST00274 1245 TT
P282_SP00248 1070 1269
P282_ST00275 288; 0500
P282_SP00249
P282_ST00276 1185 L.
P282_SP00250 1217
P282_ST00277 1253 c.
P282_TL00028 233 1281 403
P282_ST00278 rhombomaculaia) 045446270750247
P282_SP00251 490 1311
P282_ST00279 1282 (Map 3244
P282_SP00252 1312
P282_ST00280 36). 6634
P282_TB00002 1354 503
P282_TL00029 1362 729
P282_ST00281 1363 333. 0.31 6857
P282_SP00253 1388
P282_ST00282 Common 051341
P282_SP00254
P282_ST00283 452 7630600640
P282_SP00255 610 1393
P282_ST00284 557107044302
P282_SP00256
P282_ST00285 getulus 0447675
P282_SP00257 1394
P282_ST00286 934 1364 L,
P282_TL00030 268 1420 1006
P282_ST00287 1425 525025570626010
P282_SP00258 525 1445
P282_ST00288 456
P282_SP00259 616
P282_ST00289 47783
P282_SP00260
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P282_ST00291
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P282_ST00292 1663
P282_SP00263 950
P282_ST00293 971 60060
P282_SP00264
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P282_ST00295 5650
P282_SP00266
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P282_TL00031 234 1458
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P282_ST00298 3501150
P282_SP00268 480
P282_ST00299
P282_SP00269 519
P282_ST00300
P282_SP00270
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P282_SP00271 1488
P282_ST00302 709 1459 white 46017
P282_SP00272
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P282_SP00273 1484
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P282_SP00274
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P282_ST00306
P282_SP00276
P282_ST00307 1468
P282_TL00032 232 1496
P282_ST00308 77 black 66531
P282_SP00277 1522
P282_ST00309 44340078636
P282_SP00278 1527
P282_ST00310 524 1497 78 Some 4734
P282_SP00279
P282_ST00311 indication 2754610476
P282_SP00280 759
P282_ST00312 775
P282_SP00281 805
P282_ST00313 1498 42
P282_SP00282
P282_ST00314 1505 same 8400
P282_SP00283
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P282_ST00316 1085
P282_SP00285 1144
P282_ST00317 be
P282_SP00286 1193 1523
P282_ST00318 seen 8760
P282_TL00033 1534
P282_ST00319 1542 6060
P282_SP00287 298 1560
P282_ST00320 315 1538 0661
P282_SP00288 1559
P282_ST00321 401
P282_SP00289 433
P282_ST00322 446 1535 023
P282_SP00290
P282_ST00323 state 80004
P282_SP00291 574
P282_ST00324 although 00037205
P282_SP00292 1565
P282_ST00325
P282_SP00293 773
P282_ST00326 23400
P282_SP00294
P282_ST00327 10007010
P282_SP00295 1015 1566
P282_ST00328 1543 000
P282_SP00296
P282_ST00329 often 33100
P282_SP00297
P282_ST00330 wider. 034060
P282_TL00034 1573
P282_ST00331 1574 However, 14102024
P282_SP00298 1602
P282_ST00332
P282_SP00299 1597
P282_ST00333 1577 extreme 0620637
P282_SP00300 1599
P282_ST00334 14106777
P282_SP00301 677
P282_ST00335 5284470
P282_SP00302
P282_ST00336
P282_SP00303 855
P282_ST00337
P282_SP00304
P282_ST00338 Apalachicola 350803572730
P282_SP00305 1109 1604
P282_ST00339 1122 River 35003
P282_SP00306 1200
P282_ST00340 1212 1575 49 Val Valley
P282_TL00035 1612
P282_ST00341 ley
P282_SP00307 1642
P282_ST00342 054
P282_SP00308 1637
P282_ST00343 1615 0020437
P282_SP00309
P282_ST00344 473
P282_SP00310 495 1636
P282_ST00345 virtually 000032062
P282_SP00311 631
P282_ST00346 lost, 27405
P282_SP00312 1641
P282_ST00347 350
P282_SP00313
P282_ST00348
P282_SP00314 834
P282_ST00349 impression 3000061400
P282_SP00315 1643
P282_ST00350
P282_SP00316 1055
P282_ST00351 1067 1613 99 0216021
P282_SP00317
P282_ST00352 665566
P282_TL00036 1650
P282_ST00353 outlined 67080113
P282_SP00318 1675
P282_ST00354 1651
P282_SP00319 382
P282_ST00355 394 25327
P282_SP00320
P282_ST00356 1652
P282_SP00321
P282_ST00357 distinctive. 502500142076
P282_SP00322 668 1676
P282_ST00358 210
P282_SP00323
P282_ST00359 748 1658 young 36160
P282_SP00324 1681
P282_ST00360 845
P282_SP00325 904
P282_ST00361 4606
P282_SP00326
P282_ST00362 991 1654 tan 007
P282_SP00327
P282_ST00363 1046 replacing 001705357
P282_SP00328 1682
P282_ST00364 white, 338040
P282_TL00037 1689
P282_ST00365 1696
P282_SP00329 263 1713
P282_ST00366
P282_SP00330 335 1719
P282_ST00367 show 0202
P282_SP00331
P282_ST00368 434 4341073
P282_SP00332 1714
P282_ST00369
P282_SP00333 585
P282_ST00370 598
P282_SP00334
P282_ST00371 sides. 000664
P282_SP00335
P282_ST00372
P282_SP00336 802
P282_ST00373 16027316027
P282_SP00337 990
P282_ST00374
P282_SP00338
P282_ST00375 1045 1690 03252
P282_SP00339 1113
P282_ST00376 1125 characters 0012201000
P282_TL00038 1726
P282_ST00377 listed 830002
P282_SP00340 1751
P282_ST00378 328 for 0.95 001
P282_SP00341 370
P282_ST00379 389 1727
P282_SP00342 432
P282_ST00380 0004220
P282_SP00343 547
P282_ST00381 148 Kingsnake 704321026
P282_SP00344 1757
P282_ST00382 737 also 4077
P282_SP00345 793
P282_ST00383 812 appUes 341853
P282_SP00346
P282_ST00384 here. 05555
P282_SP00347 1752
P282_ST00385 6356302
P282_SP00348
P282_ST00386 025701
P282_TL00039 1766
P282_ST00387 50701
P282_SP00349 1790
P282_ST00388
P282_SP00350
P282_ST00389 381 1769 47
P282_SP00351
P282_ST00390 227
P282_SP00352 465
P282_ST00391 1772 565
P282_TL00040 230 1831 459
P282_ST00392
P282_SP00353 272 1853
P282_ST00393 0.20
P282_SP00354 1854
P282_ST00394 340 1836 182 VERTEBRATES 03535075553
P282_SP00355 522
P282_ST00395 OF
P282_SP00356
P282_ST00396 FLORIDA 0.44 4672565


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P312_SP00008 964
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P312_ST00015 152 17 a. 0.30 76
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P312_ST00017 671 145 46 but 0.93 002
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P312_ST00018 725 153 no 54
P312_SP00017 758
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P312_SP00018 914 175
P312_ST00020 924 66 26 have 0.50 6237
P312_SP00019
P312_ST00021 1000 65 been 0.38 4675
P312_SP00020 1065 11
P312_ST00022 1076 84 taken. 0.51 527066
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P312_ST00023 211 57 401. 0717
P312_SP00021 226 235
P312_ST00024 245 79 Snow 0.97 0010
P312_SP00022 324
P312_ST00025 334 Goose, 0.31 277887
P312_SP00023 437 239
P312_ST00026 74 Chen 0.58 1654
P312_SP00024 519
P312_ST00027 530 159 hyperborea 3045047264
P312_SP00025 689 241 13
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P312_ST00034 779 75 56
P312_SP00031 809
P312_ST00035 828 270 49 cm.
P312_SP00032 877
P312_ST00036 897 102 AduUs: 0.44 584842
P312_SP00033 999
P312_ST00037 1013 123 plumage 2074707
P312_SP00034 1136 294
P312_ST00038 1152 272 en 73 SUBS_TYPE HypPart1 SUBS_CONTENT entirety
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P312_ST00039 71 tirety 200260 HypPart2
P312_SP00035 238 329
P312_ST00040 257 86 white, 0.56 461157
P312_SP00036 343
P312_ST00041 359 300 472
P312_SP00037 406 325
P312_ST00042 416 48 for 0.71 071
P312_SP00038 464 330 15
P312_ST00043 479 black 58637
P312_SP00039 555
P312_ST00044 569 302 148 primaries; 1206702408
P312_SP00040 331
P312_ST00045 735 301 53 biU, 0.40 4487
P312_SP00041 788
P312_ST00046 806 94 tarsus, 0.72 0605007
P312_SP00042 900
P312_ST00047 918 51 0.60
P312_SP00043 969 326
P312_ST00048 987 22 toes 0.49 5734
P312_SP00044 1043 327
P312_ST00049 1060 69 pink. 0.68 44321
P312_SP00045 1129 332
P312_ST00050 1149 303 Im Immature:
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P312_ST00051 341 106 mature: 0.76 6002034
P312_SP00046 275 363
P312_ST00052 289 simUar, 7208401
P312_SP00047 393 367
P312_ST00053 404 339 0.89
P312_SP00048 450
P312_ST00054 460 washed 0.80 021061
P312_SP00049 564 12
P312_ST00055 576 59 with 0047
P312_SP00050 635
P312_ST00056 647 pale 5460
P312_SP00051 703 369
P312_ST00057 714 347 70 gray, 0.62 45530
P312_SP00052 784 370
P312_ST00058 796 340 139 especiaUy 075153074
P312_SP00053 935 371
P312_ST00059 945 120 dorsally. 0.59 705054705
P312_SP00054
P312_ST00060 1078 (Consid 0466045 (Considered
P312_TL00007 376 744
P312_ST00061 ered 0.54 0755
P312_SP00055 229 401
P312_ST00062 34 by
P312_SP00056 273
P312_ST00063 384 some 8700
P312_SP00057 358 402
P312_ST00064 368 only 0.73 3240
P312_SP00058 429
P312_ST00065 a 1.00
P312_SP00059 453
P312_ST00066 462 377 color 56880
P312_SP00060
P312_ST00067 544 80 phase 35375
P312_SP00061 624 407
P312_ST00068 634 378 of
P312_SP00062 664 7
P312_ST00069 43 the 112
P312_SP00063
P312_ST00070 63 Blue 5604
P312_SP00064 789
P312_ST00071 799 113 Goose.) 0.48 8515365
P312_TL00008 415 992
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P312_SP00065
P312_ST00073 431 AND 700
P312_SP00066 496
P312_ST00074 513 420 VARIATION: 0426545302
P312_SP00067 688
P312_ST00075 723 88 Arctic 0.75 400550
P312_SP00068 811
P312_ST00076 833 82 Coast 06450
P312_SP00069 915 441
P312_ST00077 from 0.45 6680
P312_SP00070 1001
P312_ST00078 1023 171 northeastern 53115731071010
P312_TL00009 452 1025
P312_ST00079 Siberia 0105554
P312_SP00071 477
P312_ST00080 286 456
P312_SP00072 313
P312_ST00081 333 52000177
P312_SP00073
P312_ST00082 149 Greenland 512440046
P312_SP00074 621 478
P312_ST00083 639
P312_SP00075 666
P312_ST00084 684 454 122 breeding 30617506
P312_SP00076 485
P312_ST00085 825 season. 3240057
P312_SP00077 928 480
P312_ST00086 948 455 Winters 0.77 3002820
P312_SP00078 1058
P312_ST00087 south 0.78 27001
P312_SP00079
P312_ST00088 1168 459 0.84 03
P312_TL00010 166 1028
P312_ST00089 93 Japan, 526374
P312_SP00080 259 520
P312_ST00090 277 41005777
P312_SP00081 397
P312_ST00091 414 491 64 Baja 6200
P312_SP00082 521
P312_ST00092 150 Califoraia, 0.46 07715177757
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P312_SP00084 516
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P312_ST00095 801 Coast, 075037
P312_SP00086 892
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P312_SP00087 960
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P312_SP00088 1010
P312_ST00098 1027 42
P312_SP00089 1069
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P312_SP00090 554
P312_ST00101 260 2070
P312_SP00091 553
P312_ST00102 New
P312_SP00092
P312_ST00103 89 Jersey 0.92 000202
P312_SP00093 505 560
P312_ST00104 533
P312_SP00094 543
P312_ST00105 North 08005
P312_SP00095 640
P312_ST00106 651 Carolina, 056203104
P312_SP00096 782 559
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P312_SP00097 875 561
P312_ST00108 886 through 6206362
P312_SP00098 994
P312_ST00109 1006 4852236
P312_SP00099 1109 556
P312_ST00110 1118 38
P312_SP00100 1145
P312_ST00111 1154 40 307
P312_TL00012 850
P312_ST00112 West 3080
P312_SP00101 591
P312_ST00113 250 96 Indies. 0.82 1530020
P312_SP00102 346
P312_ST00114 0.63 4062253
P312_SP00103 592
P312_ST00115 042330206
P312_SP00104 617 597
P312_ST00116 627 572 represent 0.25 786686888
P312_SP00105 760 599
P312_ST00117 767 C 6
P312_SP00106 791 594
P312_ST00118 588 .
P312_SP00107 593
P312_ST00119 810 h
P312_SP00108 826
P312_ST00120
P312_SP00109 838
P312_ST00121 848 160 5036237063
P312_SP00110 1008
P312_ST00122 589 0.26
P312_TL00013 631 604
P312_ST00123 402. 1740
P312_SP00111 222
P312_ST00124 242 0650
P312_SP00112
P312_ST00125 316 632 041005
P312_SP00113 418
P312_ST00126 428 2750
P312_SP00114 502
P312_ST00127 181 caerulescens 154474423514
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P312_ST00128 706 633 (L.)* 46327
P312_TL00014 200 683
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P312_ST00130 58 Size 0.83 0006
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P312_ST00131 0.94
P312_SP00118 598
P312_ST00132 610 1640
P312_SP00119
P312_ST00133 705 101 157235
P312_SP00120 712
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P312_SP00121 869 709
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P312_SP00122 1002 715
P312_ST00136 92 chiefly 3245226
P312_SP00123 1110 716
P312_ST00137 1125 dark. 63400
P312_TL00015 721
P312_ST00138 Adult: 330005
P312_SP00124
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P312_SP00125 345 751
P312_ST00140 365 bluish 477344
P312_SP00126 447 746
P312_ST00141 468 730 01407
P312_SP00127 752
P312_ST00142 565 1604
P312_SP00128 747
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P312_SP00132 1017
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P312_SP00137 626
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P312_SP00140 985
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P312_ST00157 1084 762 0.43 7087
P312_SP00142
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P312_TL00017 798
P312_ST00159 804 sus, 7010
P312_SP00143
P312_ST00160 237 466
P312_SP00144 822
P312_ST00161 0516
P312_SP00145
P312_ST00162 40536
P312_SP00146
P312_ST00163 454531175
P312_SP00147
P312_ST00164 620 1158357
P312_SP00148
P312_ST00165 737 000
P312_SP00149 783
P312_ST00166 795 head 5555
P312_SP00150
P312_ST00167 073
P312_SP00151
P312_ST00168 938 0.90 0102
P312_SP00152 1004
P312_ST00169 62547
P312_SP00153 1088
P312_ST00170 1103 Unlike 000140
P312_TL00018 835 1003
P312_ST00171 0.79
P312_SP00154 860
P312_ST00172 simUar 026857
P312_SP00155
P312_ST00173 836 immature 65500000
P312_SP00156 862
P312_ST00174 469 837 197 White-fronted 4340002466207
P312_SP00157
P312_ST00175 677 046305
P312_SP00158 778 867
P312_ST00176 it 0.88
P312_SP00159 808
P312_ST00177 818 has 051
P312_SP00160 864 863
P312_ST00178 078
P312_SP00161 917
P312_ST00179 926 biU
P312_SP00162
P312_ST00180 979 750
P312_SP00163 1032
P312_ST00181 1035 feet 1570
P312_SP00164 1093
P312_ST00182 1102 839 75076
P312_TL00019 201 983
P312_ST00183 879 220 DISTRIBUTION: 5547234637060
P312_SP00165 421 37
P312_ST00184 Breeds 404540
P312_SP00166
P312_ST00185 566 5603440
P312_SP00167 658 907
P312_ST00186 670 883
P312_SP00168 901
P312_ST00187 876 large 73360
P312_SP00169
P312_ST00188 islands 6050664
P312_SP00170 891 902
P312_ST00189 904
P312_SP00171 934
P312_ST00190 943 176 033352062006
P312_SP00172 1119
P312_ST00191 1130 878 Can Canada.
P312_TL00020
P312_ST00192 ada. 0150
P312_SP00173 224 937
P312_ST00193 4503512
P312_SP00174 355
P312_ST00194 374 913 4686003
P312_SP00175 467 944
P312_ST00195 along 02605
P312_SP00176
P312_ST00196 578 3584
P312_SP00177 646 939
P312_ST00197 662 47640
P312_SP00178 743
P312_ST00198 5080
P312_SP00179
P312_ST00199 846 186 northwestera 732230514677
P312_SP00180 940
P312_ST00200 1052 1466661
P312_SP00181 1153 941
P312_ST00201 1169 920
P312_TL00021 951
P312_ST00202 141 Veracraz; 0.42 245577766
P312_SP00182 309
P312_ST00203 also 0847
P312_SP00183 383
P312_ST00204 399
P312_SP00184 425 975
P312_ST00205 peninsular 0.74 3550250030
P312_SP00185 981
P312_ST00206 605 952 1775552
P312_SP00186 977
P312_ST00207 065
P312_SP00187 775
P312_ST00208 792
P312_SP00188 978
P312_ST00209 843 017
P312_SP00189
P312_ST00210 953 47707000
P312_SP00190
P312_ST00211 1034 954 64004
P312_SP00191 1115
P312_ST00212 0083
P312_TL00022 988
P312_ST00213 Maine 10026
P312_SP00192 1014
P312_ST00214 269
P312_SP00193 296
P312_ST00215 989 Georgia 5503833
P312_SP00194 424
P312_ST00216 434
P312_SP00195 461
P312_ST00217 473 small 00234
P312_SP00196 546 1015
P312_ST00218 991 numbers; 00555074
P312_SP00197 1019
P312_ST00219 regular 3150320
P312_SP00198 1021
P312_ST00220 0.33 577
P312_SP00199
P312_ST00221 sometimes 260066513
P312_SP00200 1024
P312_ST00222 1037 common 050055
P312_SP00201 1155
P312_ST00223 1167 as
P312_TL00023 797
P312_ST00224
P312_SP00202 182 1051
P312_ST00225 190 fall 2054
P312_SP00203
P312_ST00226 migrant 6450060
P312_SP00204 351
P312_ST00227 362
P312_SP00205 387
P312_ST00228 3664465
P312_SP00206 1053
P312_ST00229 512 1029 156 Panhandle, 5314103060
P312_SP00207 668
P312_ST00230 680 283 October-December. 15052402076565220
P312_TL00024 812
P312_ST00231 403. 5587
P312_SP00208 221 1113
P312_ST00232 Fulvous 1630550
P312_SP00209 356
P312_ST00233 366 1089 Tree 0447
P312_SP00210 432 1114
P312_ST00234 Duck, 75373
P312_SP00211
P312_ST00235 540 191 Dendrocygna 36551540007
P312_SP00212 731 1120
P312_ST00236 742 1090 bicolor 5027630
P312_SP00213 841
P312_ST00237 852 (Vieillot) 1040463101
P312_TL00025 193 1135 996
P312_ST00238 1141 604415650001000
P312_SP00214 1162
P312_ST00239 486 A
P312_SP00215 511 1161
P312_ST00240 medium-sized 066140302746
P312_SP00216
P312_ST00241 740 1137 duck 5305
P312_SP00217
P312_ST00242 62 0602
P312_SP00218
P312_ST00243
P312_SP00219 1163
P312_ST00244 254 disproportionately 076126500077351210
P312_TL00026 1174
P312_ST00245 long 8334
P312_SP00220 1205
P312_ST00246 236 0700
P312_SP00221 1199
P312_ST00247 1175 (total 415017
P312_SP00222 386 1204
P312_ST00248 85 016750
P312_SP00223 483
P312_ST00249 494 1176
P312_SP00224 524 1200
P312_ST00250 537 1179 06
P312_SP00225
P312_ST00251
P312_SP00226 607
P312_ST00252 cm). 6161
P312_SP00227 678
P312_ST00253 693 Upperparts 6402000201
P312_SP00228 853 1206
P312_ST00254 865 mostiy 172660
P312_SP00229 1207
P312_ST00255 970 brownish 50236233
P312_SP00230 1100 1201
P312_ST00256 1111 black, 401436
P312_TL00027 164 1212
P312_ST00257 1213 500
P312_SP00231 209 1238
P312_ST00258 225 0604
P312_SP00232
P312_ST00259 1220
P312_SP00233 315
P312_ST00260 328 05046
P312_SP00234
P312_ST00261 bar 435
P312_SP00235
P312_ST00262 1222 90 across 102705
P312_SP00236
P312_ST00263 583 1214
P312_SP00237 1239
P312_ST00264 base 4045
P312_SP00238
P312_ST00265 ofthe 50046
P312_SP00239 803 1244
P312_ST00266 817 dark 3317
P312_SP00240 881
P312_ST00267 894 tail; 01088
P312_SP00241
P312_ST00268 966 1215 00526
P312_SP00242 1041
P312_ST00269 neck, 54445
P312_SP00243 1131
P312_ST00270 213
P312_TL00028 1251
P312_ST00271 underparts 5040310442
P312_SP00244 1282
P312_ST00272 rich 0004
P312_SP00245 388 1276
P312_ST00273 1252 buffy 0.85 15000
P312_SP00246
P312_ST00274 497 1260 or
P312_SP00247 1277
P312_ST00275 545 reddish 4642004
P312_SP00248 1278
P312_ST00276 667 1253 brown 60517
P312_SP00249 756
P312_ST00277 773 (paler 050600
P312_SP00250 854 1284
P312_ST00278 872
P312_SP00251
P312_ST00279 immature); 0646040044
P312_SP00252 1068
P312_ST00280 1087 1261
P312_SP00253
P312_ST00281 32237
P312_TL00029 1289
P312_ST00282 stripe 736637
P312_SP00254 243 1320
P312_ST00283 1297
P312_SP00255 1315
P312_ST00284 side 0.37 6475
P312_SP00256
P312_ST00285 1291
P312_SP00257 400
P312_ST00286 1290 7753
P312_SP00258 1321
P312_ST00287 41 (or 582
P312_SP00259
P312_ST00288 hidden 030150
P312_SP00260 1316
P312_ST00289
P312_SP00261 681
P312_ST00290 wings). 2143261
P312_SP00262 1322
P312_ST00291 807 BiU, 6485
P312_SP00263
P312_ST00292 1295 0005007
P312_SP00264 971
P312_ST00293 1292 005
P312_SP00265 1033
P312_ST00294 1045 1296 0557
P312_SP00266 1317
P312_ST00295 705566
P312_TL00030 1329
P312_ST00296 1335 gray. 41515
P312_SP00267 234 1358
P312_ST00297 Downy 0.87 12011
P312_SP00268 357 1359
P312_ST00298 373 1336 young: 300056
P312_SP00269
P312_ST00299 484 1333 upperparts 0430312224
P312_SP00270
P312_ST00300 650 1337 gray 7202
P312_SP00271 711 1360
P312_ST00301 0608
P312_SP00272 1354
P312_ST00302 802 77 05206
P312_SP00273 1355
P312_ST00303 895 1330 patches 5054200
P312_SP00274 1361
P312_ST00304 0.27
P312_SP00275
P312_ST00305 1066 back 3543
P312_SP00276
P312_ST00306 1144 1331
P312_TL00031 1366
P312_ST00307 wings; 052726
P312_SP00277 1397
P312_ST00308 271 supercUiary 06680087002
P312_SP00278 436
P312_ST00309 1367 832264
P312_SP00279 1398
P312_ST00310 547 1368 00106
P312_SP00280 623 1393
P312_ST00311
P312_SP00281
P312_ST00312 line 6464
P312_SP00282 755
P312_ST00313 770 109 0007024
P312_SP00283 1399
P312_ST00314 1376 eye
P312_SP00284
P312_ST00315 958 gray; 70004
P312_SP00285
P312_ST00316 1046 1369 4454562222
P312_TL00032 163 1404 198
P312_ST00317 grayish 7446000
P312_SP00286 1435
P312_ST00318 1405 white. 400654
P312_TL00033 1444
P312_ST00319 1448 212 251476433500
P312_SP00287 1468
P312_ST00320 732
P312_SP00288
P312_ST00321 1307655000
P312_SP00289 686 1469
P312_ST00322 1445 146471
P312_SP00290 819
P312_ST00323 0075
P312_SP00291 906
P312_ST00324 3053708
P312_SP00292 1470
P312_ST00325 California, 12744826033
P312_TL00034 1481
P312_ST00326 179 southeastern 482801000310
P312_SP00293 344 1506
P312_ST00327 1482 Texas, 363003
P312_SP00294 1510
P312_ST00328 207
P312_SP00295 1507
P312_ST00329 southern 00052303
P312_SP00296 679
P312_ST00330 1483 Arkansas 00562067
P312_SP00297 834
P312_ST00331 856 southward 061102204
P312_SP00298 1508
P312_ST00332 1487
P312_SP00299
P312_ST00333 1075 117 southera 05005677
P312_TL00035 1519
P312_ST00334 116 Mexico; 6011037
P312_SP00300 281 1549
P312_ST00335 291 1520 0025
P312_SP00301 1544
P312_ST00336
P312_SP00302
P312_ST00337 1523 two
P312_SP00303 446 1545
P312_ST00338 1528 areas 13406
P312_SP00304 1546
P312_ST00339 538
P312_SP00305
P312_ST00340 575 1521 06224777
P312_SP00306 696
P312_ST00341
P312_SP00307
P312_ST00342 765 1525 eastera 7200577
P312_SP00308 868
P312_ST00343 1522 South 04070
P312_SP00309 1547
P312_ST00344 America, 50700506
P312_SP00310 1099 1550
P312_ST00345 Cuba, 50562
P312_TL00036 1558
P312_ST00346 1562 7360877
P312_SP00311 1583
P312_ST00347 Africa, 6322520
P312_SP00312 1587
P312_ST00348 390 1559 180 Madagascar, 63306510070
P312_SP00313 570 1589
P312_ST00349 India, 405550
P312_SP00314 665
P312_ST00350 1560 606
P312_SP00315 729 1584
P312_ST00351 Ceylon. 0215376
P312_SP00316 849 1590
P312_ST00352 D.b. 6706
P312_SP00317
P312_ST00353 947 helva 05223
P312_SP00318 1022 1585
P312_ST00354 1036 1563 strays 062226
P312_SP00319
P312_ST00355 east 5674 eastward
P312_TL00037 1596
P312_ST00356 ward
P312_SP00320 233 1621
P312_ST00357 247 1599
P312_SP00321 274
P312_ST00358 323
P312_SP00322
P312_ST00359 114 47704001
P312_SP00323 1622
P312_ST00360 471 1597 54580
P312_SP00324 1623
P312_ST00361 1598 311
P312_SP00325 616
P312_ST00362 629 4507103754
P312_SP00326 777 1628
P312_ST00363 2052274
P312_SP00327 893
P312_ST00364
P312_SP00328 931
P312_ST00365 irregular 044271834
P312_SP00329 1063 1629
P312_ST00366 numbers 6130714
P312_TL00038 1634
P312_ST00367
P312_SP00330 215 1660
P312_ST00368 227
P312_SP00331
P312_ST00369 1635 nested 471616
P312_SP00332
P312_ST00370 locally 4840773
P312_SP00333 1666
P312_ST00371
P312_SP00334
P312_ST00372 20502
P312_SP00335
P312_ST00373 111 Florida, 27566331
P312_SP00336
P312_ST00374 September 201200000
P312_SP00337 898 1667
P312_ST00375 909 05
P312_SP00338 1661
P312_ST00376 949 1637 May, 0017
P312_SP00339
P312_ST00377 002006
P312_SP00340 1116
P312_ST00378 1644 sum summering.
P312_TL00039 1673
P312_ST00379 mering. 2366026
P312_SP00341 1703 -104
P312_ST00380 1752 1
P312_SP00342 1773
P312_ST00381 178 1768 4
P312_SP00343 183 1772
P312_ST00382 1751 These 22717
P312_SP00344 278 1774
P312_ST00383 1758 geese 76716
P312_SP00345 1778
P312_ST00384 are
P312_SP00346
P312_ST00385 now 010
P312_SP00347
P312_ST00386 considered 0720007026
P312_SP00348 613 1775
P312_ST00387 conspecific. 460605054442
P312_TL00040 1809
P312_ST00388 1810
P312_SP00349 206 1832
P312_ST00389 0.18
P312_SP00350 244
P312_ST00390 1814 VERTEBRATES 02147667024
P312_SP00351 1833
P312_ST00391 463 1815 OF
P312_SP00352 498
P312_ST00392 507 FLORIDA 4414270


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P358_SP00002 374 157 8
P358_ST00003 382 42 25 for 0.78 060
P358_SP00003 424 152 10
P358_ST00004 434 77 white 0.66 60046
P358_SP00004 511
P358_ST00005 521 126 32 eye-ring; 607017567
P358_SP00005 647 159 11
P358_ST00006 658 128 144 remainder 0.50 555702674
P358_SP00006 802 154
P358_ST00007 812 129 30 of 43
P358_SP00007 842 7
P358_ST00008 849 27 upperparts 4242601551
P358_SP00008 1001 160
P358_ST00009 1012 73 black 0.49 57704
P358_SP00009 1085
P358_ST00010 1095 136 49 19 con 0.42 277 SUBS_TYPE HypPart1 SUBS_CONTENT contrasted
P358_TL00002 164 1034
P358_ST00011 trasted 0002255 HypPart2
P358_SP00010 217 189 14
P358_ST00012 231 62 with 0.68 0254
P358_SP00011 293 16
P358_ST00013 309 88 white; 000048
P358_SP00012 397 194
P358_ST00014 411 165 130 abdomen 0.54 6747510
P358_SP00013 541 191
P358_ST00015 555 53 and 0.40 467
P358_SP00014 608
P358_ST00016 622 82 flanks 0.74 330440
P358_SP00015 704 17
P358_ST00017 721 166 87 29 0.63 522048
P358_SP00016 808 195 15
P358_ST00018 823 44 bUl 580
P358_SP00017 867 192
P358_ST00019 882 167 61 long 0.73 0721
P358_SP00018 943 197
P358_ST00020 957 51 0.65 307
P358_SP00019 1008
P358_ST00021 1023 recurved; 0.79 000160145
P358_TL00003 203
P358_ST00022 81 lower 0.67 28004
P358_SP00020 200 228
P358_ST00023 210 54 31 legs 0.45 5077
P358_SP00021 264 234
P358_ST00024 276 204 50 24 472
P358_SP00022 326
P358_ST00025 338 feet 6060
P358_SP00023 392 229
P358_ST00026 402 211 63 23 gray 8040
P358_SP00024 465
P358_ST00027 476 70 blue; 50235
P358_SP00025 546 233
P358_ST00028 558 iris 0.64 2048
P358_SP00026 602
P358_ST00029 612 205 56 red. 0.38 7647
P358_SP00027 668 230 13
P358_ST00030 681 Winter 0.58 276044
P358_SP00028 779
P358_ST00031 789 plumage: 0.43 77444752
P358_SP00029 916 236
P358_ST00032 931 206 76 head, 67076
P358_SP00030 1007 235
P358_ST00033 1019 75 neck, 74064
P358_SP00031 1094
P358_ST00034 1106 47 054
P358_TL00004 118 241 1036
P358_ST00035 breast 0.62 566300
P358_SP00032 268
P358_ST00036 86 white, 0.69 335060
P358_SP00033 303 272
P358_ST00037 315 242 tinged 0.48 773516
P358_SP00034 403 274
P358_ST00038 413 113 dorsally 16201853
P358_SP00035 526
P358_ST00039 536 0.88 4000
P358_SP00036 598
P358_ST00040 609 243 light 0.82 70002
P358_SP00037 671
P358_ST00041 251 gray. 47507
P358_SP00038 751
P358_ST00042 764 244 149 Immature; 333511040
P358_SP00039 913
P358_ST00043 926 similar 3013510
P358_SP00040 1021 270
P358_ST00044 1031 249 21 to 0.81 03
P358_SP00041 1058
P358_ST00045 wmter 07070
P358_TL00005 280 34
P358_ST00046 80 adult, 055306
P358_SP00042 199
P358_ST00047 but 600
P358_SP00043 257 305 9
P358_ST00048 266 0.80 4004
P358_SP00044 327
P358_ST00049 337 288 a 2
P358_SP00045 354
P358_ST00050 364 281 90 rafous 770707
P358_SP00046 454
P358_ST00051 464 68 tinge 0.90 00300
P358_SP00047 532 311
P358_ST00052 544 on 0.70
P358_SP00048 577 306
P358_ST00053 589 65 neck 4056
P358_SP00049 654
P358_ST00054 664 282 52 0.86 102
P358_SP00050 716
P358_ST00055 726 buffy 20003
P358_SP00051 799 312
P358_ST00056 809 100 feather 5240015
P358_SP00052 909
P358_ST00057 919 106 edgings 1731160
P358_SP00053 313
P358_ST00058 1035 283 115 dorsally. 0.61 670213823
P358_TL00006 318 221
P358_ST00059 96 Hallux 0.76 005700
P358_SP00054 215 343
P358_ST00060 225 322 28 present. 82556705
P358_TL00007 153 357 1000
P358_ST00061 361 222 DISTRIBUTION: 0405160535066
P358_SP00055 375 36
P358_ST00062 Breeds 006850
P358_SP00056 509
P358_ST00063 69 from 0534
P358_SP00057 605
P358_ST00064 634 185 south-central 3706403065006
P358_SP00058 819 383
P358_ST00065 Oregon, 4520513
P358_SP00059 964 389
P358_ST00066 993 east-central 230043276367
P358_TL00008 395 1024
P358_ST00067 180 Washington, 21045463541
P358_SP00060 298 426
P358_ST00068 310 124 southera 60002577
P358_SP00061 421
P358_ST00069 445 396 92 Idaho, 063150
P358_SP00062 537
P358_ST00070 551 121 northem 0710158
P358_SP00063 672 422
P358_ST00071 683 398 Montana, 06404320
P358_SP00064
P358_ST00072 832 central 0430328
P358_SP00065 928 423
P358_ST00073 940 Alberta, 38675046
P358_SP00066 427
P358_ST00074 1070 72 south 06005 southem
P358_TL00009
P358_ST00075 441 45 em 0.57
P358_SP00067 459
P358_ST00076 190 212 Saskatchewan, 0004202025326
P358_SP00068 463
P358_ST00077 425 435 452
P358_SP00069 477
P358_ST00078 502 123 southern 0.71 05071601
P358_SP00070 625 460
P358_ST00079 651 135 Manitoba 35420530
P358_SP00071 786 461
P358_ST00080 810 436 southward 072500165
P358_SP00072 958
P358_ST00081 983 440 0.55
P358_SP00073 1010 462
P358_ST00082 437 0605351010
P358_TL00010 1033
P358_ST00083 California, 64040344776
P358_SP00074 271 20
P358_ST00084 291 473 0.47 76606177
P358_SP00075 414 498
P358_ST00085 433 474 120 Nevada, 0532706
P358_SP00076 553 503
P358_ST00086 572 northern 77060316
P358_SP00077 695 499
P358_ST00087 713 475 Utah, 46047
P358_SP00078 794
P358_ST00088 814 0.46 6706448
P358_SP00079 937 500
P358_ST00089 955 480 parts 20025
P358_SP00080 505
P358_ST00090 1043
P358_SP00081 1073
P358_ST00091 1089 New 513
P358_TL00011 510 1032
P358_ST00092 108 Mexico 224165
P358_SP00082 227
P358_ST00093 240 350
P358_SP00083 292
P358_ST00094 512 Texas, 346430
P358_SP00084 540
P358_ST00095 417 245
P358_SP00085 468
P358_ST00096 482 eastward 56762465
P358_SP00086 611
P358_ST00097 624 515 0.94 00
P358_SP00087 652
P358_ST00098 666 516 103 eastern 0302106
P358_SP00088 769 538
P358_ST00099 783 517 32660
P358_SP00089 853
P358_ST00100 868 0.75
P358_SP00090 899
P358_ST00101 514 North 27303
P358_SP00091 995 539
P358_ST00102 1009 646
P358_SP00092 1061
P358_ST00103 1075 South 67007
P358_TL00012 549
P358_ST00104 Dakota, 3066063
P358_SP00093 579
P358_ST00105 253 111 westem 140015
P358_SP00094 574
P358_ST00106 550 Nebraska, 375605866
P358_SP00095 531
P358_ST00107 554 101 eastera 7650766
P358_SP00096 576
P358_ST00108 670 Colorado, 464701560
P358_SP00097 813
P358_ST00109 552 142
P358_SP00098
P358_ST00110 900 184 north-central 4750013516640
P358_SP00099 1084
P358_ST00111 1101 41 Ok 0.34 67 Oklahoma.
P358_TL00013 117 587
P358_ST00112 112 lahoma. 4015644
P358_SP00100 613
P358_ST00113 Winters 2360306
P358_SP00101 366
P358_ST00114 388 588 0067
P358_SP00102 455
P358_ST00115 478 0201108551225
P358_SP00103 662 614
P358_ST00116 685 Califoraia 0.56 7054057713
P358_SP00104 828
P358_ST00117 850 590 334
P358_SP00105 901 615
P358_ST00118 925 05440375
P358_SP00106 1048
P358_ST00119 591 Texas 07764
P358_TL00014 626
P358_ST00120 0.77 440035002
P358_SP00107
P358_ST00121 278 631 06
P358_SP00108 304
P358_ST00122 316 627 156 Guatemala 603064576
P358_SP00109 653
P358_ST00123 481 628 065
P358_SP00110
P358_ST00124 543 34664037
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P358_ST00128
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P358_SP00137
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P358_SP00147 890
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P358_SP00179
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P358_ST00237 ico, 5110
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P358_SP00212 1196
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P358_SP00213 349 1197
P358_ST00240 51656
P358_SP00214
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P358_SP00215 1198
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P358_ST00244 1179 07
P358_SP00218 881 1200
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P358_TL00028 1210
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P358_ST00248 1211 064
P358_SP00221 317
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P358_SP00222 1242
P358_ST00250 1215
P358_SP00223 484 1237
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P358_SP00224 1243
P358_ST00252 1213 also 5626
P358_SP00225 1238
P358_ST00253 1220
P358_SP00226 766
P358_ST00254 778 the 043
P358_SP00227
P358_ST00255 151 Galapagos 402084067
P358_SP00228 1244
P358_ST00256 1214 Islands, 20752250
P358_SP00229
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P358_TL00029 1248
P358_ST00258 367
P358_SP00230 158 1274
P358_ST00259 1253 coast 07100
P358_SP00231
P358_ST00260 1249
P358_SP00232 1275
P358_ST00261 324 1250 Ecuador 1105273
P358_SP00233 443
P358_ST00262 (and 3671
P358_SP00234 524 1280
P358_ST00263 1251 Pera), 3277054
P358_SP00235 1281
P358_ST00264 076
P358_SP00236 1277
P358_ST00265 741 0042
P358_SP00237
P358_ST00266 831 0604418
P358_SP00238 954 1278
P358_ST00267 976 057
P358_SP00239
P358_ST00268 1254 Jersey 666080
P358_TL00030 1287
P358_ST00269 051112457
P358_SP00240 262 1312
P358_ST00270 1288 throu^ 0115210
P358_SP00241 386 1318
P358_ST00271 1289 penmsular 570764370
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P358_SP00243 669 1315
P358_ST00273 684 1293 04
P358_SP00244 711
P358_ST00274 1290 0.99 000
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P358_SP00258
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P358_SP00259
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P358_ST00293 4645074
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P358_SP00264 1428
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P358_ST00298 1408 coast, 354607
P358_SP00266 1433
P358_ST00299 530 1405 070
P358_SP00267 581
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P358_SP00268 698 1435
P358_ST00301 3700478
P358_SP00269 1431
P358_ST00302 1406 2840000
P358_SP00270 953
P358_ST00303 1407 145 270113175
P358_SP00271 1111
P358_ST00304 1411
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P358_ST00306
P358_SP00273
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P358_SP00275 1473
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P358_SP00276 1468
P358_ST00310
P358_SP00277 635
P358_ST00311 1444 northwest 750000550
P358_SP00278 795 1469
P358_ST00312 4840040
P358_SP00279
P358_ST00313 1445 5734
P358_SP00280 1475
P358_ST00314 1015 1453 as 64
P358_SP00281
P358_ST00315 5
P358_SP00282 1470
P358_ST00316 rare 5522
P358_TL00035 1479
P358_ST00317 transient. 2525200817
P358_TB00002 1539
P358_TL00036 1547
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P358_SP00283 1571
P358_ST00319 247 1549 299 CHARADRUFORMES: 0340302104106000
P358_SP00284 1572
P358_ST00320 CIV. 0550
P358_SP00285
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P358_SP00286 1573
P358_ST00322 284 PHALAROPODIDAE, 306516474385336
P358_TL00037 1584
P358_ST00323 Phalaropes. 71186161400
P358_SP00287 1615
P358_ST00324 1585 79 Small 02655
P358_SP00288 372 1610
P358_ST00325 384 shorebirds 6463776370
P358_SP00289 1611
P358_ST00326 2411
P358_SP00290
P358_ST00327 618 1586 colorful 03717206
P358_SP00291
P358_ST00328 738 01264447
P358_SP00292 1617
P358_ST00329 872 1587 plumage 4104363
P358_SP00293 1618
P358_ST00330 1588
P358_SP00294 1052 1612
P358_ST00331 lobate 664527
P358_TL00038 1622
P358_ST00332 1626 toes. 47004
P358_SP00295 178 1647
P358_ST00333 89 Wmgs 0766
P358_SP00296 1653
P358_ST00334 289 0804
P358_SP00297 351 1654
P358_ST00335
P358_SP00298 410 1648
P358_ST00336 419 pointed. 05260456
P358_SP00299 534
P358_ST00337 1624 Tarsus 436710
P358_SP00300 643
P358_ST00338 655 scutellate, 13305670466
P358_SP00301 797
P358_ST00339 1629 serrate 7400001
P358_SP00302 1649
P358_ST00340 behind. 5455700
P358_TL00039 1690 676
P358_ST00341 514. 4607
P358_SP00303 169 1714
P358_ST00342 188 Red 0.20 888
P358_SP00304
P358_ST00343 255 Phalarope, 0.23 8877778884
P358_SP00305 1721
P358_ST00344 415 Phalaropus 7665308070
P358_SP00306 1722 4
P358_ST00345 584 1691 fulicarius 0560010063
P358_SP00307 723
P358_ST00346 1692 (L.) 0.22 8877
P358_TL00040 1749
P358_ST00347 1752 616027253503500
P358_SP00308 1774
P358_ST00348 438 59 Size 0740
P358_SP00309 497
P358_ST00349
P358_SP00310
P358_ST00350 Sanderling, 00466351557
P358_SP00311 715 1780
P358_ST00351 1750 which 06645
P358_SP00312 817 1775
P358_ST00352 it
P358_SP00313
P358_ST00353 140 resembles 038805770
P358_SP00314 1776
P358_ST00354
P358_SP00315 1047
P358_ST00355 winter 640250
P358_TL00041 1786
P358_ST00356 phimage 5640703
P358_SP00316 1817
P358_ST00357 1787 308465
P358_SP00317 1816
P358_ST00358 lengtii 8654778
P358_SP00318 412
P358_ST00359 1788 016
P358_SP00319 1812
P358_ST00360 483 1791
P358_SP00320
P358_ST00361 1789
P358_SP00321 568 1813
P358_ST00362 5274
P358_SP00322 1818
P358_ST00363 Female 064266
P358_SP00323 1814
P358_ST00364 781
P358_SP00324 806
P358_ST00365 42637056
P358_SP00325 1820
P358_ST00366 952 1797 season: 7110404
P358_SP00326
P358_ST00367 1067 1794 top
P358_SP00327
P358_ST00368 1790
P358_TL00042 1846
P358_ST00369 610
P358_SP00328 1868
P358_ST00370
P358_SP00329
P358_ST00371 1850 VERTEBRATES 07020055164
P358_SP00330 1869
P358_ST00372 1851 OF
P358_SP00331 448
P358_ST00373 FLORIDA 7877355


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P585_TL00014 43 547 346
P585_ST00048 144 Cynoscion 352522052
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P585_ST00049 551 132 arenarius 0.80 000202066
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P585_ST00051 139 nebulosus 0.62 440607351
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P585_ST00057 207 656 5,
P585_SP00041
P585_ST00058 245 657 15, 713
P585_SP00042
P585_ST00059 297 19,
P585_SP00043 333
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P585_ST00064 310 692 35 0.74 025
P585_SP00047
P585_ST00065 357 22, 163
P585_SP00048 720
P585_ST00066 0.35 3876
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P585_ST00067 479 42 054
P585_TL00019 726
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P585_ST00069 217 727 83 24-25, 303534
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P585_ST00070 53 185, 3556
P585_SP00052 367
P585_ST00071 382
P585_TL00020 760 201
P585_ST00072 hubbsi 0.76 080060
P585_SP00053 786
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P585_SP00218 1778
P585_ST00310 278, 0503
P585_SP00219
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P585_SP00222
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P291_TL00009 434
P291_ST00081 81 Yoric, 0.37 375587
P291_SP00073 137 463
P291_ST00082 153 435 0.52 077
P291_SP00074
P291_ST00083 219 439
P291_SP00075
P291_ST00084 262 436 183 Connecticut, 020675660044
P291_SP00076 445 466
P291_ST00085 438 68 0.95 100
P291_SP00077 530
P291_ST00086 547 164 Hampshire, 0.65 0233642670
P291_SP00078
P291_ST00087 730 Maine, 0.67 117611
P291_SP00079 827
P291_ST00088 843 441 303
P291_SP00080 894 465
P291_ST00089 911 179 southeastern 470100550564
P291_TL00010 473
P291_ST00090 105 Canada 035207
P291_SP00081
P291_ST00091 (formeriy 505007660
P291_SP00082 505
P291_ST00092 478
P291_SP00083 354
P291_ST00093 370 475 062
P291_SP00084 413 500
P291_ST00094 431 northern 05221327
P291_SP00085 553
P291_ST00095 569 480 0.73 40225
P291_SP00086 639 506
P291_ST00096 656 477
P291_SP00087 687 502
P291_ST00097 73 Iowa 0.86 0401
P291_SP00088 773
P291_ST00098 787 0.49 527
P291_SP00089 839 503
P291_ST00099 857 117 lUinois); 0.45 584275762
P291_SP00090 974 508
P291_ST00100 991 also 0501
P291_SP00091 1048
P291_ST00101 1064 1.00 00
P291_TL00011 511
P291_ST00102 102 Iceland 3448265
P291_SP00092 536
P291_ST00103 006
P291_SP00093 221 537
P291_ST00104 possibly 03235803
P291_SP00094 543
P291_ST00105 513 0.62 73340
P291_SP00095 539
P291_ST00106 444 518 46115
P291_SP00096 544
P291_ST00107 515 ofthe 50062
P291_SP00097 540
P291_ST00108 516 Old 305
P291_SP00098 671 541
P291_ST00109 681 Worid 05775
P291_SP00099 769
P291_ST00110 780 99 Arctic. 5311846
P291_SP00100 879 542
P291_ST00111 892 Winters 2204717
P291_SP00101
P291_ST00112 1014 519 along 00264
P291_TL00012 55 549 33
P291_ST00113 Atlantic 60135335
P291_SP00102
P291_ST00114 551
P291_SP00103 575
P291_ST00115 252 Pacific 6045333
P291_SP00104 576
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P291_SP00105 457 577
P291_ST00117 474 4065
P291_SP00106
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P291_SP00107 680 579
P291_ST00119 697 555 Alaska 270340
P291_SP00108 796 580
P291_ST00120 811 556 007
P291_SP00109 862
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P291_ST00122 143 660073068
P291_SP00110 199 613
P291_ST00123 218 592 06
P291_SP00111
P291_ST00124 264 589 280005336000
P291_SP00112 451
P291_ST00125 471 115 Mexico, 1348456
P291_SP00113 620
P291_ST00126 606 96 Texas, 250017
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P291_ST00127 721
P291_SP00115 764 617
P291_ST00128 783 593 Gulf 0446
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P291_ST00129 594 Coast, 270537
P291_SP00117 958
P291_ST00130 977 595 075
P291_SP00118 1027
P291_ST00131 1045 045
P291_SP00119 1088
P291_ST00132 1106 7 ' 0.27
P291_TL00014 626 1068
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P291_SP00120
P291_ST00134 627 72 Keys 7000
P291_SP00121 657
P291_ST00135 253 (occasionally 0667306672612
P291_SP00122
P291_ST00136 450 632
P291_SP00123 654
P291_ST00137 490 629 Cuba 2140
P291_SP00124 566
P291_ST00138 630
P291_SP00125
P291_ST00139 640 0.79
P291_SP00126 665
P291_ST00140 631 054
P291_SP00127 719
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P291_ST00143 637 05
P291_SP00130
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P291_SP00131 658
P291_ST00145 1105 5 "
P291_TL00015 54 664
P291_ST00146 80 Great 24000
P291_SP00132 689
P291_ST00147 148 Lakes); 6041251
P291_SP00133 694
P291_ST00148 666 0347
P291_SP00134 691
P291_ST00149 337 104 winters 0065106
P291_SP00135
P291_ST00150 44
P291_SP00136
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P291_SP00137 605 693
P291_ST00152 669 Europe. 0526407
P291_SP00138
P291_ST00153 746 Chiefly 2542006
P291_SP00139
P291_ST00154 860 678
P291_SP00140
P291_ST00155 909 48 salt 0330
P291_SP00141 957
P291_ST00156 971 675 water 60050
P291_SP00142 1050
P291_ST00157 1063
P291_TL00016 703 791
P291_ST00158 109 Florida, 40655541
P291_SP00143 732
P291_ST00159 176 704 October 4315860
P291_SP00144 293 729
P291_ST00160 302 707
P291_SP00145 329
P291_ST00161 705 49 late 7260
P291_SP00146 389
P291_ST00162 April 44003
P291_SP00147 735
P291_ST00163 484 706 185 0630082561874
P291_SP00148
P291_ST00164 679 0.34
P291_SP00149
P291_ST00165 709 summer). 00710056
P291_TL00017 778
P291_ST00166 350. 7152
P291_SP00150 803
P291_ST00167 779 610220
P291_SP00151 214 804
P291_ST00168 227 Loon, 53706
P291_SP00152 310 809
P291_ST00169 319 Gavia 05007
P291_SP00153 406 805
P291_ST00170 417 arctica 7446005
P291_SP00154 806
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P291_TL00018
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P291_ST00173 375 Total 18007
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P291_SP00157 870
P291_ST00175
P291_SP00158 600
P291_ST00176 844
P291_SP00159
P291_ST00177 660 60
P291_SP00160
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P291_SP00161 759 866
P291_ST00179 777 842 Culmen 078560
P291_SP00162 867
P291_ST00180 904 straight 03036564
P291_SP00163 1010 874
P291_ST00181 1026 851 near 3013
P291_TL00019 53 875
P291_ST00182 base, 40336
P291_SP00164 123
P291_ST00183 141 convex 676043
P291_SP00165 901
P291_ST00184 260 876 distaUy. 56715816
P291_SP00166 369 907
P291_ST00185 390 877 Similar 5203618
P291_SP00167 902
P291_ST00186 881
P291_SP00168 534 903
P291_ST00187 550 878 0.43 376
P291_SP00169
P291_ST00188 611 880 Common 386660
P291_SP00170 741
P291_ST00189 758 17620
P291_SP00171
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P291_SP00172 906
P291_ST00191 923
P291_SP00173 948
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P291_ST00193 8000075
P291_SP00174 944
P291_ST00194 914 90 differs 4644037
P291_SP00175
P291_ST00195 278
P291_SP00176 304
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P291_SP00177 408 945
P291_ST00197 418 a
P291_SP00178 940
P291_ST00198 924 64 ^my 0.09
P291_SP00179 946
P291_ST00199 nape, 40257
P291_SP00180 947
P291_ST00200 917 64522
P291_SP00181
P291_ST00201 918 throat, 3506147
P291_SP00182
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P291_SP00183 852 943
P291_ST00203 57135
P291_SP00184 936
P291_ST00204 stripes 3430050
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P291_ST00205 929 63
P291_TL00021 951
P291_ST00206 32614
P291_SP00186
P291_ST00207 128 952
P291_SP00187 982 4
P291_ST00208 165 neck. 65015
P291_SP00188 978
P291_ST00209 456056
P291_SP00189 350 979
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P291_SP00190 985
P291_ST00211 487 013650
P291_SP00191 581 980
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P291_SP00192 981
P291_ST00213 720 960 0.32
P291_SP00193 748
P291_ST00214 757 that 3403
P291_SP00194
P291_ST00215
P291_SP00195 853
P291_ST00216 060580
P291_SP00196 990
P291_ST00217 1001 37867
P291_TL00022 988 830
P291_ST00218 655
P291_SP00197 1013 8
P291_ST00219
P291_SP00198
P291_ST00220 997 more 8611
P291_SP00199
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P291_SP00200 1020
P291_ST00222
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P291_ST00223 992 6733
P291_SP00202 491 1017
P291_ST00224 076
P291_SP00203 1018
P291_ST00225 562 2661
P291_SP00204 1019
P291_ST00226 638 Ughter 842030
P291_SP00205 728 1025
P291_ST00227 738 995 61 than 0136
P291_SP00206 799 1021
P291_ST00228 996 back. 76024
P291_TL00023
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P291_SP00207 294 1055
P291_ST00230 314 1035 AND
P291_SP00208 379
P291_ST00231 1036 175 VARIATION: 3706636322
P291_SP00209
P291_ST00232 204675
P291_SP00210 1058
P291_ST00233 0113
P291_SP00211
P291_ST00234 174
P291_SP00212 1059
P291_ST00235 886 510440
P291_SP00213 976 1060
P291_ST00236 1000 003877
P291_TL00024 1067
P291_ST00237 052145436
P291_SP00214 1092
P291_ST00238 1071 07
P291_SP00215 1093
P291_ST00239 261 45004425
P291_SP00216
P291_ST00240 1069 Europe, 3505405
P291_SP00217 1099
P291_ST00241 532 57002000
P291_SP00218 1096
P291_ST00242 Asia, 32407
P291_SP00219 1100
P291_ST00243 766 1072 0100033
P291_SP00220 889 1097
P291_ST00244 1074 Alaska, 2837500
P291_SP00221 1102
P291_ST00245 005
P291_TL00025
P291_ST00246 92 central 0521702
P291_SP00222 1130
P291_ST00247 Canada. 4510000
P291_SP00223
P291_ST00248 290 1503442
P291_SP00224 1132
P291_ST00249 414
P291_SP00225 482
P291_ST00250 1108 southeastera 550046300077
P291_SP00226 1133
P291_ST00251 1109 001564
P291_SP00227 788 1134
P291_ST00252 1113 46
P291_SP00228 1135
P291_ST00253 1114 6564403
P291_SP00229 1136
P291_ST00254 1111 Mexico; 1736484
P291_TL00026 1143
P291_ST00255
P291_SP00230 1167
P291_ST00256
P291_SP00231 138
P291_ST00257
P291_SP00232 1168
P291_ST00258 1144 0.94 010
P291_SP00233 1169
P291_ST00259 276 1145 0.42 54775
P291_SP00234 1170
P291_ST00260 378 1148
P291_SP00235 405
P291_ST00261 419
P291_SP00236
P291_ST00262 1146 Mediterranean, 00652205574735
P291_SP00237 1176
P291_ST00263 712 Black, 230666
P291_SP00238 1177
P291_ST00264 815
P291_SP00239 1173
P291_ST00265 1149 Caspian 2412503
P291_SP00240 1179
P291_ST00266 1011 Seas, 57076
P291_TL00027 1182 1037
P291_ST00267 080
P291_SP00241 1205
P291_ST00268 1185 0.90 02
P291_SP00242 140 1206
P291_ST00269 India 87780
P291_SP00243 228 1207
P291_ST00270 1183
P291_SP00244
P291_ST00271 Japan; 405562
P291_SP00245 1213
P291_ST00272 accidental 0603327008
P291_SP00246 1209
P291_ST00273 571 1184
P291_SP00247 596
P291_ST00274 612 southera 64346077
P291_SP00248 734 1210
P291_ST00275 749 1186 Canada, 5522200
P291_SP00249 1215
P291_ST00276 1187
P291_SP00250 1212
P291_ST00277 27100041
P291_SP00251 1044
P291_ST00278 1188
P291_TL00028 1219
P291_ST00279 40 6675
P291_SP00252 1244
P291_ST00280 107 United 306183
P291_SP00253 1245
P291_ST00281 1220 States, 0101425
P291_SP00254 312 1250
P291_ST00282 1222
P291_SP00255 377 1246
P291_ST00283 1221
P291_SP00256
P291_ST00284
P291_SP00257 1247
P291_ST00285 1223 82 York, 44055
P291_SP00258 597 1251
P291_ST00286 1224 000
P291_SP00259 1248
P291_ST00287 695 5016055026
P291_SP00260 1255
P291_ST00288 1225 0.87 003
P291_SP00261 927
P291_ST00289 3751171
P291_SP00262 1046
P291_ST00290 1227 (2
P291_TL00029 1258
P291_ST00291 records 0111701
P291_SP00263 152 1282
P291_ST00292
P291_SP00264 1283 6
P291_ST00293 1259 G.
P291_SP00265
P291_ST00294 1267 a. 0.22
P291_SP00266 1284
P291_ST00295 1260 pacifica; 553000178
P291_SP00267 1290
P291_ST00296 151 Langridge, 4737007757
P291_SP00268 1291
P291_ST00297 584 1262 I960; 86762
P291_SP00269
P291_ST00298 1263 TT 01
P291_SP00270 1287
P291_ST00299 2783). 053726
P291_TL00030 1329
P291_ST00300 351. 8353
P291_SP00271 1354
P291_ST00301 1330 184 Red-throated 675540275340
P291_SP00272 1355
P291_ST00302 322 1331 36076
P291_SP00273 1359
P291_ST00303 03004
P291_SP00274 1356
P291_ST00304 stellata 45488443
P291_SP00275 616 1357
P291_ST00305 1332 201 (Pontoppidan) 5070173353306
P291_TL00031 1389
P291_ST00306 1392 637566370328304
P291_SP00276 338 1413
P291_ST00307 373 55070
P291_SP00277 448
P291_ST00308 461 803307
P291_SP00278 1420
P291_ST00309 1391
P291_SP00279 1415
P291_ST00310 602 1394 0.44
P291_SP00280
P291_ST00311
P291_SP00281
P291_ST00312 683 1398
P291_SP00282 733
P291_ST00313 BUl
P291_SP00283 1416
P291_ST00314 808 slender 6568726
P291_SP00284
P291_ST00315 1393 065
P291_SP00285
P291_ST00316 culmen 626575
P291_TL00032 1426
P291_ST00317 1434 concave. 05401067
P291_SP00286 1451
P291_ST00318 Breeding 40766307
P291_SP00287 1458
P291_ST00319 339 1427 6622800
P291_SP00288 456
P291_ST00320 476 1428 (unknown 57065546
P291_SP00289
P291_ST00321 635 1429
P291_SP00290 662 1453
P291_ST00322 1430 Florida): 2653380176
P291_SP00291 1459
P291_ST00323 1437 7020
P291_SP00292 900 1461
P291_ST00324 1431 31614
P291_SP00293 1456
P291_ST00325 with 6650
P291_TL00033 1463 1030
P291_ST00326 72606
P291_SP00294 124 1489
P291_ST00327 1464 edgings 4641567
P291_SP00295 1495
P291_ST00328 259 1468
P291_SP00296 287 1490
P291_ST00329 301 1465 feathers, 010002607
P291_SP00297 425 1494
P291_ST00330 1469 410502
P291_SP00298 533 1496
P291_ST00331 1466
P291_SP00299
P291_ST00332
P291_SP00300 1491
P291_ST00333 661 1467 neck, 66135
P291_SP00301
P291_ST00334 752 which 07500
P291_SP00302 1492
P291_ST00335 is
P291_SP00303
P291_ST00336 119 streaked 23301230
P291_SP00304 1007 1493
P291_ST00337 0430
P291_TL00034 1503
P291_ST00338 11416
P291_SP00305 1528
P291_ST00339
P291_SP00306 190
P291_ST00340 white; 014005
P291_SP00307 1532
P291_ST00341 15760
P291_SP00308 380 1529
P291_ST00342
P291_SP00309
P291_ST00343 443 1504 4007
P291_SP00310
P291_ST00344 525 1505 142
P291_SP00311
P291_ST00345 4300
P291_SP00312
P291_ST00346 1512 gray; 46670
P291_SP00313 745 1535
P291_ST00347 761 throat 263774
P291_SP00314 1530
P291_ST00348 1506 103 reddish 4267167
P291_SP00315 966 1533
P291_ST00349 983 1507 brown; 407568
P291_TL00035 1540
P291_ST00350 remainder 250166580
P291_SP00316 191 1566
P291_ST00351 1541
P291_SP00317 231
P291_ST00352 underparts 4543055444
P291_SP00318 1572
P291_ST00353 1542 133665
P291_SP00319 1573
P291_ST00354 white. 644587
P291_SP00320 1568
P291_ST00355 604 1543 550071
P291_SP00321 701 1569
P291_ST00356 1544 plumage; 00760403
P291_SP00322 838 1575
P291_ST00357 similar 0231751
P291_SP00323 1570
P291_ST00358 1548
P291_SP00324
P291_ST00359 1545 breed 60573 SUBS_TYPE HypPart1 SUBS_CONTENT
P291_TL00036 1577
P291_ST00360 ing HypPart2
P291_SP00325 91 1609
P291_ST00361 1579 plumage, 35004306
P291_SP00326
P291_ST00362 410
P291_SP00327 1604
P291_ST00363
P291_SP00328
P291_ST00364 1580 356205
P291_SP00329
P291_ST00365 1588 0.89 4000
P291_SP00330 1611
P291_ST00366 1582
P291_SP00331 642 1606
P291_ST00367 1581 023600
P291_SP00332 740
P291_ST00368 755 light
P291_SP00333 817 1612
P291_ST00369 831 1590 gray. 30147
P291_SP00334 1613
P291_ST00370 1583 Upperparts 6302337062
P291_TL00037 1616
P291_ST00371 lighter 5005441
P291_SP00335 1647
P291_ST00372 147 1617 1235
P291_SP00336 208 1642
P291_ST00373 1619 0.93
P291_SP00337
P291_ST00374 254 1618 0.40 277566
P291_SP00338 1643
P291_ST00375 393 Loon. 57546
P291_TL00038 1652
P291_ST00376 1661 217 0630535607200
P291_SP00339 1683
P291_ST00377 326481
P291_SP00340
P291_ST00378 1657
P291_SP00341 1682
P291_ST00379 1658 037
P291_SP00342
P291_ST00380 304335
P291_SP00343 674
P291_ST00381 688 1659 022000
P291_SP00344 774 1684
P291_ST00382 040100608
P291_SP00345
P291_ST00383 949 1664 0.84 03
P291_SP00346
P291_ST00384 British 0007574
P291_TL00039 1694
P291_ST00385 Columbia, 548140115
P291_SP00347 192 1723
P291_ST00386 216 1695 05035777
P291_SP00348 1720
P291_ST00387 1696 Mackenzie, 0665051177
P291_SP00349 1725
P291_ST00388 68224010
P291_SP00350 1722
P291_ST00389 1697 Manitoba, 045637706
P291_SP00351 1727
P291_ST00390 1699 Newfoundland, 5000244033350
P291_TL00040 1732 1029
P291_ST00391 Ireland, 45507672
P291_SP00352 1761
P291_ST00392 1733 Scotiand, 041770655
P291_SP00353 1762
P291_ST00393 336 64013577
P291_SP00354 458 1758
P291_ST00394 481 1734 Sweden, 1165404
P291_SP00355 1764
P291_ST00395 1736
P291_SP00356 1760
P291_ST00396 Russia. 0101556
P291_SP00357
P291_ST00397 820 4561300
P291_SP00358 931
P291_ST00398 1737 0073
P291_SP00359
P291_ST00399 064
P291_TL00041 1770
P291_ST00400 Aleutian 78034460
P291_SP00360 1795
P291_ST00401 1771 101 Islands 3285425
P291_SP00361 280
P291_ST00402 1772
P291_SP00362 341 1796
P291_ST00403 355 0557786
P291_SP00363 1797
P291_ST00404 1773 Columbia 05312635
P291_SP00364 598 1798
P291_ST00405 610 641005317
P291_SP00365 1799
P291_ST00406 768 1775 00502
P291_SP00366 1805
P291_ST00407 856 7377006
P291_SP00367 1800
P291_ST00408 962 1776 Coast 06030
P291_SP00368
P291_ST00409 1779 04
P291_TL00042 647 1841 437
P291_ST00410 1843 SPECIES 2830231
P291_SP00369 747 1862
P291_ST00411 756 1844 ACCOUNTS: 505370337
P291_SP00370 1863
P291_ST00412 1845 AVES 0400
P291_SP00371
P291_ST00413 1008 0.15
P291_SP00372
P291_ST00414 1842 267


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P36_SP00006 738 156
P36_ST00007 754 126 91 devoid 0.58 625127
P36_SP00007 845 150
P36_ST00008 862 27 of 0.45
P36_SP00008 889
P36_ST00009 905 127 119 pigment; 0.82 40522000
P36_SP00009 1024 157 19
P36_ST00010 1043 128 117 standard 00267107
P36_SP00010 1160 152
P36_ST00011 1177 83 length 0.33 448877
P36_SP00011 1260 159 18
P36_ST00012 1278 129 14 7 0.52 4
P36_TL00002 357 161 933 35
P36_ST00013 70 times 0.70 07420
P36_SP00012 427 187 22
P36_ST00014 449 163 0.66 5214
P36_SP00013 516 194
P36_ST00015 538 84 depth; 0.85 200410
P36_SP00014 622
P36_ST00016 644 164 2343
P36_SP00015 711 195 21
P36_ST00017 732 165 largely 0.73 3006204
P36_SP00016 823 196
P36_ST00018 81 naked 0.72 60304
P36_SP00017 926 189
P36_ST00019 953 186 337 5 0.21
P36_TL00003 361 202 932 34
P36_ST00020 219 198 6 0.22
P36_SP00018 559 225
P36_ST00021 579 90 Naked 55204
P36_SP00019 669 226
P36_ST00022 684 203 66 Sand 0.63 0427
P36_SP00020 750 227
P36_ST00023 764 204 Darter 0.71 705004
P36_SP00021 854
P36_ST00024 872 192 (Ammocrypta 82046000100
P36_SP00022 1064 234
P36_ST00025 1079 205 110 29 beani),^ 020007710
P36_SP00023 1189
P36_ST00026 1205 88 sp.l46 066200
P36_TL00004 322 248 973
P36_ST00027 72 32 Body 0.50 3546
P36_SP00024 394 280
P36_ST00028 412 scaly 0.88 00005
P36_SP00025 478 281
P36_ST00029 497 250 49 and 0.60 137
P36_SP00026 546 274
P36_ST00030 564 251 pigmented, 1017270144
P36_SP00027 712 282
P36_ST00031 25 its 0.55
P36_SP00028 762 276
P36_ST00032 780 252 644123
P36_SP00029 863 283
P36_ST00033 881 96 usuaUy 0.51 606285
P36_SP00030 977 284
P36_ST00034 995 48 less 0.76 5400
P36_SP00031
P36_ST00035 1062 253 60 than 0.54 4732
P36_SP00032 1122
P36_ST00036 1141 254 3
P36_SP00033 1156
P36_ST00037 1176 71 17004
P36_SP00034 1247
P36_ST00038 1267 28 0.74 007
P36_TL00005 356 287 940
P36_ST00039 76 depth 53506
P36_SP00035 432 319
P36_ST00040 467 309 769
P36_SP00036 1236 316 44
P36_ST00041 1280 291 1.00
P36_TL00006 336 1016 39
P36_ST00042 4. 07
P36_SP00037 301 360
P36_ST00043 321 104 Midline 0.49 0734774
P36_SP00038 425
P36_ST00044 444 338
P36_SP00039 471 362
P36_ST00045 490 belly 0.65 04047
P36_SP00040 554 370
P36_ST00046 574 340 62358
P36_SP00041 655 364
P36_ST00047 675 348 or
P36_SP00042 703 365
P36_ST00048 722 342 58 with 5125
P36_SP00043
P36_ST00049 800 349 47 one 0.77 600
P36_SP00044 847 366
P36_ST00050 868 351 0.48
P36_SP00045 896 367
P36_ST00051 916 344 2 0.99
P36_SP00046 931
P36_ST00052 952 114 enlarged 58700860
P36_SP00047 1066 375
P36_ST00053 1087 346 scales 000711
P36_SP00048 1163
P36_ST00054 1184 347 109 between 0.59 7354205
P36_TL00007 355 376 939
P36_ST00055 80 pelvic 0.57 707550
P36_SP00049 435 407
P36_ST00056 452 377 54 fins, 33406
P36_SP00050 506
P36_ST00057 526 379 374
P36_SP00051
P36_ST00058 593 0.44 573
P36_SP00052 634 403
P36_ST00059 652 381 121 posterior 072752066
P36_SP00053 773 410
P36_ST00060 790 382 99 portion 5100538
P36_SP00054
P36_ST00061 908 383 often 0.38 54578
P36_SP00055 975
P36_ST00062 994 5165
P36_SP00056 1052
P36_ST00063 1071 392 a
P36_SP00057 1085 408
P36_ST00064 1103 384 single 077204
P36_SP00058 1179 415
P36_ST00065 1198 51 row 413
P36_SP00059 1249 409
P36_ST00066 385 0.35 75
P36_TL00008 937 40
P36_ST00067 115 30413606
P36_SP00060 446
P36_ST00068 489 417 86 scales; 0.80 0030406
P36_SP00061 575
P36_ST00069 73 space 0.84 06100
P36_SP00062 666
P36_ST00070 685 419 4130312
P36_SP00063 794 443
P36_ST00071 812 420 79 513350
P36_SP00064 891 451
P36_ST00072 909 421 45 fins 0.79 0080
P36_SP00065 954 445
P36_ST00073 974 422 almost 0.87 300300
P36_SP00066
P36_ST00074 1081 423 equal 35644
P36_SP00067 1153 454
P36_ST00075 1171 426 to 0.43 38
P36_SP00068 1199 448
P36_ST00076 1215 424 78 530571
P36_TL00009 938
P36_ST00077 69 base; 82027
P36_SP00069 13
P36_ST00078 437 455 85 lateral 7005137
P36_SP00070 522 479
P36_ST00079 535 456 Une 860
P36_SP00071 583 480
P36_ST00080 597 457 131 complete; 000771117
P36_SP00072 728 488
P36_ST00081 742 460 56 anal 5556
P36_SP00073 798 482
P36_ST00082 811 459 265
P36_SP00074
P36_ST00083 873 soft 0040
P36_SP00075 922 484
P36_ST00084 936 82 dorsal 750034
P36_SP00076 1018
P36_ST00085 1032 461 4480
P36_SP00077 1077 485
P36_ST00086 1092 462
P36_SP00078 1119 486
P36_ST00087 1133 about 68371
P36_SP00079 1208 487
P36_ST00088 1222 53305
P36_TL00010 494
P36_ST00089 500 area; 16534
P36_SP00080
P36_ST00090 447 caudal 005122
P36_SP00081 518
P36_ST00091 560 495 33 fin 003
P36_SP00082 519
P36_ST00092 619 496 106 notched 7050734
P36_SP00083 725 520
P36_ST00093 757 498 9
P36_SP00084 1255 525
P36_ST00094 501
P36_TL00011 531 972
P36_ST00095 105 0.46 2067885
P36_SP00085 556
P36_ST00096 532
P36_SP00086
P36_ST00097 beUy 5284
P36_SP00087 551 563
P36_ST00098 568 534 103 without 5508314
P36_SP00088 671 558
P36_ST00099 688 06060547
P36_SP00089 802 566
P36_ST00100 821 537 704043
P36_SP00090 897
P36_ST00101 919 (sometimes 4468407160
P36_SP00091 565
P36_ST00102 1090 539 108 naked); 6230065
P36_SP00092
P36_ST00103 645081
P36_TL00012 570
P36_ST00104 3340
P36_SP00093 400 594
P36_ST00105 571 89 003404
P36_SP00094 596
P36_ST00106 in 0.27
P36_SP00095 545
P36_ST00107 576 107 contact; 21730076
P36_SP00096 602
P36_ST00108 681 7033010
P36_SP00097 766 598
P36_ST00109 779 line 6756
P36_SP00098 828 599
P36_ST00110 843 95 206785
P36_SP00099 606
P36_ST00111 158 incomplete; 35440005047
P36_SP00100 1110 607
P36_ST00112 1126 585 area 0.62 3253
P36_SP00101 1182
P36_ST00113 1197 578 0.34
P36_SP00102 1224 601
P36_ST00114 1238 577 55 6461
P36_TL00013 608
P36_ST00115 008
P36_SP00103 388 633
P36_ST00116 405 610 135 somewhat 0.69 05035612
P36_SP00104 540
P36_ST00117 611 2520
P36_SP00105 604 635
P36_ST00118 620 612 59 0.41 2748
P36_SP00106 679 636
P36_ST00119 696 52 that 2700
P36_SP00107 748
P36_ST00120 613
P36_SP00108 793 637
P36_ST00121 810 614 0246
P36_SP00109 858
P36_ST00122 875 dorsal; 0660067
P36_SP00110 966 643
P36_ST00123 983 615 038652
P36_SP00111 639
P36_ST00124 1088 616 0.90
P36_SP00112 640
P36_ST00125 1138 824086
P36_SP00113 1234 647
P36_ST00126 1250 43 not
P36_TL00014 648 934
P36_ST00127 7360407
P36_SP00114 465 673
P36_ST00128 499 10
P36_SP00115 1253
P36_ST00129 1277 656 0.98
P36_TL00015 694
P36_ST00130 5. 06
P36_SP00116 717
P36_ST00131 Snout 21163
P36_SP00117 398 718
P36_ST00132 411 695 decidedly 020452426
P36_SP00118 727
P36_ST00133 552 longer 844010
P36_SP00119 11
P36_ST00134 697 1525
P36_SP00120 708 721
P36_ST00135 698 diameter 02164005
P36_SP00121 840
P36_ST00136 853 699 0.31
P36_SP00122 880 723 12
P36_ST00137 892 706 53 eye; 4330
P36_SP00123 945 730
P36_ST00138 959 704 pattern 2300401
P36_SP00124 1055 731
P36_ST00139 1068 701
P36_SP00125 1096 724
P36_ST00140 1109 700 183 discontinuous 0.53 6700483347680
P36_TL00016 353 734
P36_ST00141 100 vertical 30540055
P36_SP00126 453 758
P36_ST00142 470 735 bars 6440
P36_SP00127 759
P36_ST00143 544
P36_SP00128
P36_ST00144 589 144 alternating 20204423326
P36_SP00129 733 768
P36_ST00145 749 737 0.86 008000
P36_SP00130 831
P36_ST00146 433
P36_TL00017 359 776
P36_ST00147 792
P36_SP00131 797
P36_ST00148 ¦- 0.16
P36_SP00132 507
P36_ST00149 211
P36_SP00133 729
P36_ST00150 753 130 Logperch 14303605
P36_SP00134 883 807
P36_ST00151 906 777 (Percina 87300000
P36_SP00135 1021 805
P36_ST00152 1038 778 caprodes), 5440544165
P36_SP00136 808
P36_ST00153 sp.l43 065103
P36_TL00018
P36_ST00154 77 07141
P36_SP00137 396 835
P36_ST00155 lengtii 3317667
P36_SP00138 492
P36_ST00156 813 scarcely, 0.75 000002864
P36_SP00139 621 844
P36_ST00157 814 if
P36_SP00140 837
P36_ST00158 818 at
P36_SP00141 693 838
P36_ST00159 815 all, 1772
P36_SP00142 746
P36_ST00160 761 819 94 greater 3675074
P36_SP00143 855
P36_ST00161 869 816 4258
P36_SP00144 928
P36_ST00162 942 77206317
P36_SP00145 1061 841
P36_ST00163 1075
P36_SP00146 1102
P36_ST00164 1115 824
P36_SP00147 1169 848
P36_ST00165 1183 817 blotches 04400720
P36_TL00019 850
P36_ST00166 857 on
P36_SP00148 874
P36_ST00167 63 sides 64000
P36_SP00149 472
P36_ST00168 851 confluent 014000056
P36_SP00150 618 876
P36_ST00169
P36_SP00151 1254
P36_ST00170 856 0.29
P36_TL00020 275 894 1010
P36_ST00171 6.
P36_SP00152 298 918
P36_ST00172 317 895 Distance 57301605
P36_SP00153 434 920
P36_ST00173 111 0.61 6043308
P36_SP00154
P36_ST00174 eyes 1440
P36_SP00155 630
P36_ST00175 645 899 00057
P36_SP00156 929
P36_ST00176 903
P36_SP00157 923
P36_ST00177 774 900 00600246
P36_SP00158 925
P36_ST00178 901
P36_SP00159
P36_ST00179 947 eye
P36_SP00160 991
P36_ST00180 1011
P36_TL00021
P36_ST00181
P36_SP00161 960
P36_ST00182 542 188 Black-banded 680100808357
P36_SP00162 962
P36_ST00183 744105
P36_SP00163 836 963
P36_ST00184 86300051
P36_SP00164 970 968
P36_ST00185 986 941 nigrofasciata), 203047200001077
P36_SP00165 971
P36_ST00186 1203 87 sp.l44 052500
P36_TL00022 969
P36_ST00187 51016605
P36_SP00166 998
P36_ST00188 450 4204121
P36_SP00167 999
P36_ST00189 0540
P36_SP00168 632 1006
P36_ST00190 976 2300
P36_SP00169 1000
P36_ST00191 710 2727
P36_SP00170 770 1001
P36_ST00192 786 978 56104466
P36_SP00171 904 1002
P36_ST00193 979
P36_SP00172
P36_ST00194 987 663
P36_SP00173
P36_ST00195 1027 258
P36_TL00023
P36_ST00196 244
P36_SP00174
P36_ST00197 151 Star-gazing 00200440420
P36_SP00175 1047
P36_ST00198 850447
P36_SP00176 1041
P36_ST00199 1017 (Percirui- 7460034706
P36_SP00177 1023 1045
P36_ST00200 1039 143 uranidea), 6362404277
P36_SP00178 1049
P36_ST00201 1019 sp.l45 077301
P36_TL00024 273
P36_ST00202 7.
P36_SP00179 296
P36_ST00203 With 4606
P36_SP00180 1082
P36_ST00204 397 1059 only 2667
P36_SP00181
P36_ST00205 469 1067
P36_SP00182 517 1084
P36_ST00206 533 5834
P36_SP00183 588
P36_ST00207 603 spine 08382
P36_SP00184
P36_ST00208 690 57 (but 5103
P36_SP00185 747
P36_ST00209 first 33702
P36_SP00186 1086
P36_ST00210 1063 0410
P36_SP00187
P36_ST00211 890 1070 ray 646
P36_SP00188 1094
P36_ST00212 948 140 sometimes 034500720
P36_SP00189
P36_ST00213 185 unbranched); 546408074705
P36_TL00025 1097
P36_ST00214
P36_SP00190 1121
P36_ST00215 1098 0.81 0105
P36_SP00191 440
P36_ST00216 1106 rays; 35601
P36_SP00192 521 1129
P36_ST00217 1099 6010356
P36_SP00193 623 1124
P36_ST00218 1100
P36_SP00194
P36_ST00219 705 complete 01074324
P36_SP00195 827 1132
P36_ST00220
P36_TL00026 354 1139
P36_ST00221
P36_SP00196 1162
P36_ST00222 651 98 Johnny 006680
P36_SP00197 1170
P36_ST00223 1140 703050
P36_SP00198 1164
P36_ST00224 174 (Etheostoma 80000830752
P36_SP00199
P36_ST00225 1142 nigrum), 35328472
P36_SP00200
P36_ST00226 1201 sp.l49 046006
P36_TL00027 315 1174
P36_ST00227 2006
P36_SP00201
P36_ST00228
P36_SP00202
P36_ST00229 429 0731
P36_SP00203 1200
P36_ST00230 spines; 0618005
P36_SP00204 590 1207
P36_ST00231 605 1178 usually 6022014
P36_SP00205 1209
P36_ST00232 714 7500
P36_SP00206 1202
P36_ST00233 5661
P36_SP00207
P36_ST00234 852 1180
P36_SP00208 867
P36_ST00235 6640
P36_SP00209 1204
P36_ST00236 1187 50500
P36_SP00210 1211
P36_ST00237 1033 1181 3005406
P36_SP00211 1118
P36_ST00238 2380
P36_SP00212
P36_ST00239 1196 incom 66001 SUBS_TYPE HypPart1 SUBS_CONTENT incomplete
P36_TL00028 1214
P36_ST00240 plete 64002 HypPart2
P36_SP00213 414 1245
P36_ST00241 0.28
P36_SP00214 1239
P36_ST00242 1219 most 2603
P36_SP00215 1240
P36_ST00243 567 1216 93 species 0710630
P36_SP00216 660
P36_ST00244 1237 562 8
P36_SP00217
P36_ST00245 1274 1220 0.26
P36_TL00029 1259
P36_ST00246 8.
P36_SP00218 1283
P36_ST00247 97 Lateral 8060443
P36_SP00219
P36_ST00248 0150
P36_SP00220 477 1284
P36_ST00249 0.83 232001
P36_SP00221 582 1285
P36_ST00250 1262 wanting 4405553
P36_SP00222 1293
P36_ST00251 (up
P36_SP00223 771
P36_ST00252 788 1266 04
P36_SP00224 1286
P36_ST00253 1264 1
P36_SP00225 846
P36_ST00254 1263 pored 76614
P36_SP00226 1294
P36_ST00255 958 scales) 0441005
P36_SP00227 1048
P36_ST00256 1074 210
P36_TL00030 1300
P36_ST00257 1318
P36_SP00228 1324
P36_ST00258 Cypress 6674140
P36_SP00229 1331
P36_ST00259 1301 865625
P36_SP00230 1325
P36_ST00260 842 1302 70006663540
P36_SP00231 1330
P36_ST00261 1034 1303 proeliare), 10526031776
P36_SP00232 1333
P36_ST00262 sp.l56 160000
P36_TL00031 314 1337
P36_ST00263 1006514
P36_SP00233 1361
P36_ST00264 1338 6046
P36_SP00234 474 1362
P36_ST00265 1339 extending 001050460
P36_SP00235 1370
P36_ST00266 1343
P36_SP00236 659 1363
P36_ST00267 1340 61 least 42601
P36_SP00237 1364
P36_ST00268 1344
P36_SP00238
P36_ST00269 789 00606
P36_SP00239
P36_ST00270 1341 713076
P36_SP00240 1365
P36_ST00271 951 228
P36_SP00241 1366
P36_ST00272 1005
P36_SP00242 1367
P36_ST00273 1272
P36_TL00032 271 1384
P36_ST00274 9. 00
P36_SP00243 294 1408
P36_ST00275 Profile 8424403
P36_SP00244 1409
P36_ST00276 1385
P36_SP00245
P36_ST00277 468 head 5317
P36_SP00246 1410
P36_ST00278 553 1387 angling 1060073
P36_SP00247 1418
P36_ST00279 1388 42 (or 0.39
P36_SP00248 715 1416
P36_ST00280 curving) 07558804
P36_SP00249 1419
P36_ST00281 1389 112 abruptiy 0.42 56376664
P36_SP00250 985 1420
P36_ST00282 1390 141 downward 42052223
P36_SP00251 1147 1415
P36_ST00283 1168 1395 0.94
P36_SP00252 1192
P36_ST00284 1392 88600
P36_TL00033 1424
P36_ST00285
P36_SP00253 380 1447
P36_ST00286 degrees 2073430
P36_SP00254 1455
P36_ST00287 514 1425 anterior 01017005
P36_SP00255 1449
P36_ST00288 1430 0.93 01
P36_SP00256 661 1450
P36_ST00289 677 1434 4400
P36_SP00257 1457
P36_ST00290 1427 (Plate 200605
P36_SP00258 834 1456
P36_ST00291 1428 III-2) 050562
P36_SP00259 930
P36_ST00292 956 1448
P36_SP00260 1231 1454
P36_ST00293 1257
P36_TL00034 312 1462
P36_ST00294 7742281
P36_SP00261 401 1486
P36_ST00295 1463
P36_SP00262 1487
P36_ST00296 464 5336
P36_SP00263 527
P36_ST00297 1464 curved 066067
P36_SP00264 1488
P36_ST00298 1465 normally 42433503
P36_SP00265 1496
P36_ST00299 1466 downward, 665833567
P36_SP00266
P36_ST00300 1475
P36_SP00267 1491
P36_ST00301 1009 1467 sloping 0336004
P36_SP00268 1105 1498
P36_ST00302 1472 0.40
P36_SP00269 1148 1492
P36_ST00303 an
P36_SP00270 1493
P36_ST00304 1217 1469 angle 07122
P36_TL00035 1501
P36_ST00305
P36_SP00271
P36_ST00306 390 1502 much
P36_SP00272 1526
P36_ST00307 481 0307
P36_SP00273 529
P36_ST00308 1503 5220
P36_SP00274 1527
P36_ST00309 1504
P36_SP00275
P36_ST00310 4430400
P36_SP00276 1534
P36_ST00311 796 1524
P36_SP00277 1230 1532
P36_ST00312 1507
P36_TL00036 255 1547 1031
P36_ST00313 10. 826
P36_SP00278 293 1571
P36_ST00314 313 1548 175 PremaxUlary 36303088046
P36_SP00279 1580
P36_ST00315 1550 protractile, 640002133004
P36_SP00280
P36_ST00316 1551 being 72877
P36_SP00281 1582
P36_ST00317 1553 separated 044304002
P36_SP00282 1583
P36_ST00318 from 5104
P36_SP00283 1577
P36_ST00319 1558 snout 03522
P36_SP00284 1579
P36_ST00320 1554 by
P36_SP00285 1131 1586
P36_ST00321 1563
P36_SP00286
P36_ST00322 1188 1562 groove; 1641443
P36_TL00037 350 1587
P36_ST00323 4005
P36_SP00287 1611
P36_ST00324 1588 136 W-shaped 10080742
P36_SP00288 1620
P36_ST00325 1590 markings 31030510
P36_SP00289 1621
P36_ST00326 1591 11340
P36_SP00290 1615
P36_ST00327 803 1596 present 1400040
P36_SP00291 1622
P36_ST00328 1599 65
P36_SP00292 1616
P36_ST00329 1592 00000
P36_SP00293 1617
P36_ST00330 1053 1612 180
P36_SP00294 1233 1619
P36_ST00331 1594
P36_TL00038 1626
P36_ST00332 Premaxillary 831602084256
P36_SP00295 1658
P36_ST00333 509 1632 740
P36_SP00296 1652
P36_ST00334 1629 protractUe, 75407000826
P36_SP00297 1659
P36_ST00335 743 1630 but 026
P36_SP00298 787 1653
P36_ST00336 706080
P36_SP00299 1661
P36_ST00337 924 connected 020200005
P36_SP00300 1060 1656
P36_ST00338 1636
P36_SP00301 1107 1657
P36_ST00339 1128 74 03233
P36_SP00302
P36_ST00340 1633
P36_SP00303 1664
P36_ST00341 1275 1641
P36_TL00039 1665
P36_ST00342 ridge, 560005
P36_SP00304 1697
P36_ST00343 1666
P36_SP00305 1691
P36_ST00344 1667 frenum; 6760207
P36_SP00306
P36_ST00345 624 1668 color 04715
P36_SP00307 1692
P36_ST00346 1672 6065005
P36_SP00308 1699
P36_ST00347 822 1670 various 5746270
P36_SP00309 1694
P36_ST00348 292
P36_SP00310
P36_ST00349
P36_TB00002 1763
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P36_SP00326
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P416_SP00052 544
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P416_ST00066 256 New 560
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P416_ST00070 756 255
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P416_ST00201
P416_SP00178
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P416_ST00214
P416_SP00190 777
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P416_SP00194 790
P416_ST00220 802 1209 1550
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P416_ST00221 882
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P416_ST00222 938 60006166
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P416_SP00198 1140 1240
P416_ST00224
P416_TL00027 1247
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P416_SP00203 1273
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P416_SP00205 1277
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P416_ST00236 1291 02666
P416_SP00209 1318
P416_ST00237 375
P416_SP00210
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P416_ST00239 588 167 Mississippi, 510000204017
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P416_SP00215
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P416_ST00251 1324 0450003
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P416_ST00252
P416_SP00224
P416_ST00253
P416_SP00225
P416_ST00254 1084 United 126154
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