Texas Horned Lizard Watch 10-Year Summary Report

References

Allen, C.R., D.M. Epperson, and A.S. Garmestani. 2004. Red imported fire ant impacts on wildlife: a decade of research. Am. Midl. Nat. 152:88-103.

Donaldson, W., A.H. Price, and J. Morse. 1994. The current status and future prospects of the Texas Horned Lizard (Phrynosoma cornutum) in Texas. Texas J. Science 46:97-113.

Handbook of Texas Online. Accessed 09-27-2007. http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/HH/tdhyk.html.

Henke, S.E. 2003. Baseline survey of Texas horned lizards, Phrynosoma cornutum, in Texas. Southwestern Nat. 48(2):278-282.

Manaster, J. 2002. Horned Lizards. Texas Tech Univ. Press.

Price, A.H. 1990. Phrynosoma cornutum. Cat. Amer. Amphib. Rept., 469:17. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. 2001. Texas Horned Lizard Watch Monitoring Packet media download(PDF 1.6 MB) (PWD BK W7000-038).

Welch, J.R. 1993. O Ye Legendary Texas Horned Frog. Yellow Rose Press.


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