Click on the reference number to get species and topics for the reference.
1 Allen, E. R., and W. T. Neill. 1950. The coral snake. Florida Wildlife 4(5):15–16, 22.
2 Allen, E. R. 1951. Here's how to get along with reptiles. Florida Wildlife 4(9):6–8, 20–22.
3 Allen, E. R. 1953. Here's how to get along with reptiles. Florida Wildlife 7(5):11, 37, 40.
4 Allen, E. R. 1966. Keep them alive. Fourth edition. Great Outdoors, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA. 100pp.
5 Anonymous. 1967. The eastern and western coral snakes of the United States. Ross Allen's Reptile Institute, Bulletin No. 42, Silver Springs, Florida, USA. 1p.
6 Anonymous. 1974. "Snaky season" returns. Florida Department of Natural Resources, Florida Conservation News 9(10):6.
7 Bartlett, D. 2002. Notes from the field. Krazy for the Keys: to see uncommon herps, take a trip way down south. Reptiles Magazine 10(4):22–26.
8 Boundy, J. 1995. Maximum lengths of North American snakes. Bulletin of the Chicago Herpetological Society 30(6):109–122.
9 Bulske, M. E. 1957. Florida isn't heaven! Vantage Press, New York, New York, USA. 121pp.
10 Duellman, W. E., and A. Schwartz. 1958. Amphibians and reptiles of southern Florida. Bulletin of the Florida State Museum, Biological Sciences 3:181–324.
11 Grow, G. 1997. Florida parks: a guide to camping and nature. Sixth edition. Longleaf, Tallahassee, Florida, USA. 288pp.
12 Heeter, K. 2001. Florida Keys Herpetological Society. League of Florida Herpetological Societies Newsletter (October):7.
13 Loennberg, E. 1894. Notes on reptiles and batrachians collected in Florida in 1892 and 1893. Proceedings of the U.S. National Museum 17:317–339.
14 McCullough, N. C., and J. F. Gennaro, Jr. 1963. Coral snake bites in the United States. Journal of the Florida Medical Association 49:968–972.
15 Meacham, A., and C. W. Myers. 1961. An exceptional pattern variant of the coral snake, Micrurus fulvius (Linnaeus). Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 24:56–58 (abstract).
16 Neill, W. T. 1957. Some misconceptions regarding the eastern coral snake, Micrurus fulvius. Herpetologica 13:111–118.
17 Neill, W. T. 1963. Polychromatism in snakes. Quarterly Journal of the Florida Academy of Sciences 26:194–216.
18 Neill, W. T. 1968. Snake eat snake. Florida Wildlife 21(12):22–25.
19 Parrish, H. M., and M. S. Khan. 1967. Bites by coral snakes: report of 11 representative cases. American Journal of Medical Science 253:561–568.
20 Pearson, S. 1997. "Our" coral snake, Micrurus fulvius. Reptile Hobbyist 3(2):30–32, 34.
21 Philcox, P., and B. Boe. 1999. The Sunshine State almanac and book of Florida-related stuff. Pineapple Press, Sarasota, Florida, USA. 354pp.
22 Schmidt, K. P. 1928. Notes on American coral snakes. Bulletin of the Antivenin Institute of America 2(3):63–64, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
23 Seaton, F. H. 1949. A large Micrurus. Herpetologica 5:149.
24 Selby, N., and C. Selby. 2000. Florida. Second edition. Lonely Planet, Oakland, California, USA. 624pp.
25 Shaw, C. E. 1971. The coral snakes, genera Micrurus and Micruroides, of the United States and northern Mexico. Pages 157–172 in W. Bόcherl and E. E. Buckley, editors. Venomous animals and their venoms. Volume II: venomous vertebrates. Academic Press, New York, New York, USA.
26 Smith, H. M., E. R. Allen, and R. L. Holland. 1970. A new atavistic hyperxanthic chromotype in the coral snake Micrurus fulvius (Linnaeus). Journal of Herpetology 4:80–83.
27 Stubbs, T. 1971. Venomous snakes in Florida. Florida Wildlife 24(10):20–25.
Back to Florida Herp Bibliography home