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Bailey, M.A. 1991. The dusky gopher frog in Alabama. Journal of the Alabama Academy of Science 62:28-34.

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Barbour, R.W. 1971. Amphibians and reptiles of Kentucky. University Press of Kentucky, Lexington. 334 p.

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Bruce, R.C. 1972. Variation in the life cycle of the salamander Gyrinophilus porphyriticus. Herpetologica 28: 230-245.

Bruce, R.C. 1975. Reproductive biology of the mud salamander, Pseudotriton montanus, in western South Carolina. Copeia 1975:129-137.

Bruce, R.C. 1978. Reproductive biology of the salamander Pseudotriton ruber in the southern Blue Ridge Mountains. Copeia 1978:417-423.

Bruce, R.C. 1978. A comparison of the larval periods of Blue Ridge and Piedmont mud salamanders (Pseudotriton montanus). Herpetologica 34:325-332.

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Camp, C.D. 1986. Distribution and habitat of the southern red-back salamander, Plethodon serratus Grobman (Amphibia: Plethodontidae), in Georgia. Georgia Journal of Science 44:136-146.

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Camp, C.D. and D.G. Lovell. 1989. Fishing for spring lizards: a technique for collecting blackbelly salamanders. Herpetological Review 20:47.

Camp, C.D., J.L. Marshall, K.R. Landau, R.M. Austin, and S.G. Tilley. 2002. Sympatric occurrence of two species of the two-lined salamander (Eurycea bislineata) complex. Copeia 2000: 572-578.

Camp, C.D., S.G. Tilley, R.M Austin, and J.L. Marshall. 2002. A new species of black-bellied salamander (genus Desmognathus) from the Appalacian mountains of northern Georgia. Herpetologica. 58:471-484.

Campbell, T.S. 1996. Northern range expansion of the brown anole (Anolis sagrei) in Florida and Georgia. Herpetological Review 27:155-157.

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Carr, A.F., Jr. 1939. Haideotriton wallacei, a new subterranean salamander from Georgia. Occasional Papers of the Boston Society of Natural History 8:333-336.

Carr, A. and C.J. Goin. 1959. Guide to the reptiles, amphibians, and freshwater fishes of Florida. Gainesville, Univ. of Florida Press.

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Christman, S.P. and H.I. Kochman. 1975. The southern distribution of the many-lined salamander, Stereochilus marginatus. The Florida Scientist 38:139-141.

Christman, S.P. and D.B. Means. 1992. Striped newt (Notophthalmus perstriatus). Pages 62-65 in Rare and endangered biota of Florida: reptiles and amphibians (P. Moler, ed.). Gainesville, University Press of Florida.

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Diemer, J.E. and D.W. Speake. 1981. The status of the eastern indigo snake in Georgia. Pp. 52-61 in R.R. Odom, J.W. Guthrie, eds. Proceedings of Nongame and Endangered Wildlife Symposium, August 13-14, 1981, Athens, GA.

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Jensen, J.B. 1999. Alabama map turtle. Pp. 85-86 in Protected animals of Georgia (J.C. Ozier, et al., eds.). Social Circle, GA, Georgia Dept. of Natural Res., Wildlife Res. Div.

Jensen, J.B. 1999. Alligator snapping turtle. Pp. 89-90 in Protected animals of Georgia (J.C. Ozier, et al., eds.). Social Circle, GA, Georgia Dept. of Natural Res., Wildlife Res. Div.

Jensen, J.B. 1999. Barbour’s map turtle. Pp. 81-82 in Protected animals of Georgia (J.C. Ozier, et al., eds.). Social Circle, GA, Georgia Dept. of Natural Res., Wildlife Res. Div.

Jensen, J.B. 1999. Bog turtle. Pp. 71-72 in Protected animals of Georgia (J.C. Ozier, et al., eds.). Social Circle, GA, Georgia Dept. of Natural Res., Wildlife Res. Div.

Jensen, J.B. 1999. Common map turtle. Pp. 83-84 in Protected animals of Georgia (J.C. Ozier, et al., eds.). Social Circle, GA, Georgia Dept. of Natural Res., Wildlife Res. Div.

Jensen, J.B. 1999. Flatwoods salamander. Pp. 92-93 in Protected animals of Georgia (J.C. Ozier, et al., eds.). Social Circle, GA, Georgia Dept. of Natural Res., Wildlife Res. Div.

Jensen, J.B. 1999. Georgia blind salamander. Pp. 100-101 in Protected animals of Georgia (J.C. Ozier, et al., eds.). Social Circle, GA, Georgia Dept. of Natural Res., Wildlife Res. Div.

Jensen, J.B. 1999. Green salamander. Pp. 96-97 in Protected animals of Georgia (J.C. Ozier, et al., eds.). Social Circle, GA, Georgia Dept. of Natural Res., Wildlife Res. Div.

Jensen, J.B. 1999. Hellbender. Pp. 98-99 in Protected animals of Georgia (J.C. Ozier, et al., eds.). Social Circle, GA, Georgia Dept. of Natural Res., Wildlife Res. Div.

Jensen, J.B. 1999. Indigo snake. Pp. 75-76 in Protected animals of Georgia (J.C. Ozier, et al., eds.). Social Circle, GA, Georgia Dept. of Natural Res., Wildlife Res. Div.

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