Definition of Thamnophis sauritus
1. Noun. Slender yellow-striped North American garter snake; prefers wet places.
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Literary usage of Thamnophis sauritus
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1. The Barnacles (Cirripedia) Contained in the Collections of the U.S. National by Henry Augustus Pilsbry (1907)
"Distribution of Thamnophis sauritus proximus, as indicated by the locality records 101 36. Diagram showing the variation in the number of ..."
2. The Herpetology of Michigan by Alexander Grant Ruthven, Crystal Thompson, Helen Thompson Gaige, Harlan Ingersoll Smith (1912)
"... nearly white and without black markings. The belly is pale greenish and ventral spots are usually wanting. FiR. 41. Distribution of Thamnophis sauritus. ..."
3. A Check List of North American Amphibians and Reptiles by Leonhard Stejneger, Thomas Barbour (1917)
"1898 (1900), p. 1019, fig. 275. TYPE LOCALITY: Florida. RANGE : The entire state of Florida, and southern Mississippi. Thamnophis sauritus (LINNE) RIBBON ..."
4. Proceedings of the Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences (1900)
"Rana sylvatica ( Wood Frog) ; Pauline Huse. Thamnophis sauritus (Riband Snake) ; Raymond W. Huse. ..."