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More References for Pseudonaja (Reptilia: Elapidae)


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Posted by Richard Wells on March 24, 2002 at 05:22:00:

Hello All,

Here is the fourth part of my Pseudonaja revision which appeared in the Astralian Biodiversity Record, 2002(7): 1-48

Best Regards from

Richard Wells


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Wells, R.W. and Wellington, C.R. 1988 Preliminary checklist of the amphibians and reptiles of the Kanangra Plateau, Sydney Basin, New South Wales, Australia. Australian Herpetologist, No 507: 1-3

Wells, R.W. and Wellington, C.R. 1988 Amphibians and reptiles of the upper Cox's River area, Sydney Basin, New South Wales, Australia, with comments on Greer and Cogger's recent reclassification of the genus Anomalopus (sensu lato). Australian Herpetologist, No 505: 1-15

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Worrell, E. 1952 Our dangerous snakes. Snakes of Australia. Part 3. Outdoors and Fishing [Sydney], 10 (1): 38-39

Worrell, E. 1952 Dangerous Snakes of Australia. Angus and Robertson, Sydney [64 pp.]

Worrell, E. 1953 Dangerous Snakes of Australia. Angus and Robertson, Sydney [2nd Edition, 64 pp.]

Worrell, E. 1956 Notes on skull characters of some Australian snakes. Australian Zoologist, 12 (3): 205-210

Worrell, E. 1957 Dangerous Snakes of Australia. Angus and Robertson, Sydney [3rd Edition, 68 pp.]

Worrell, E. 1961 A new insular Brown Snake. Proceedings of the Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales for 1958-59: 56-58

Worrell, E. 1961 Dangerous Snakes of Australia and New Guinea. Angus and Robertson, Sydney [Usually regarded as the 4th Edition of Worrell (1952), however it should be regarded as the first edition of a distinct publication in its own right, as the title, text and illustrations were substantially altered; 66 pp]

Worrell, E. 1963 Dangerous Snakes of Australia and New Guinea. Angus and Robertson, Sydney [2nd Edition of Worrell (1961), note also that it was reprinted in 1966; 66pp.]

Worrell, E. 1963 Reptiles of Australia: Crocodiles - Turtles - Tortoises - Lizards - Snakes. Describing all Australian species, their appearance, their haunts, their habits, with over 330 illustrations, many in full colour. Angus and Robertson, Sydney [Pp. i-xv + 1-207]

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Worrell, E. 1969 Dangerous Snakes of Australia and New Guinea. Angus and Robertson, Sydney [3rd Edition of Worrell (1963), 65 pp.]

Worrell, E. 1970 Reptiles of Australia: Crocodiles - Turtles - Tortoises - Lizards - Snakes. Describing their appearance, their habits, with over 330 illustrations, many in full colour. Angus and Robertson, Sydney [2nd Edition, without synonymic checklist; Pp. i-xv + 1-169]

Worrell, E. 1969 Dangerous Snakes of Australia and New Guinea. Angus and Robertson, Sydney


[Note: This list of references is only a selection of the available publications that deal with the species mentioned in this paper. If readers would like a larger listing they are invited to write to the author of this paper]

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