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Casper, G.S. 1985. Wisconsin's harmless snakes. Lore 35(2):10-19.

Casper, G.S. 1986. Wisconsin herpetological atlas project. Passenger Pigeon 48:183.

Casper, G.S. 1986. 1986 annual report: Wisconsin herpetological atlas project. Unpubl. report to Wisc. Dept. Natural Res., Bur. Endangered Res. 24 pp + appendices.

Casper, G.S. 1987. 1987 annual report: Wisconsin herpetological atlas project. Unpubl. report to Wisc. Dept. Natural Res., Bur. Endangered Res. 28 pp + appendices.

Casper, G.S. 1987. New herpetological records for Wisconsin, USA. Bull. Chicago Herpetological Soc. 22:95. (Note errata 22:127).

Casper, G.S. 1987. Herpetological surveys in southeastern Wisconsin. Bull. Chicago Herpetological Soc. 22:132.

Casper, G.S. 1987. Watching amphibians and reptiles. Wisconsin Natural Resources 11:12.

Casper, G.S. 1987. New herpetological records for Wisconsin, USA. Bull. Chicago Herpetological Soc., 22(5):95. (see also errata 22(6):127)

Casper, G.S. 1988. 1988 annual report: Wisconsin herpetological atlas project. Unpubl. report to Wisc. Dept. Natural Res., Bur. Endangered Res. 27 p. + appendices.

Casper, G.S. 1988. Wisconsin herpetological atlas project: 1988 Field Station surveys. Annual Report of the Activities of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Field Station 1988, pp. 13. Abstract only.

Casper, G.S. 1989. Snakes of Milwaukee County. pamphlet. Milwaukee Public Museum.

Casper, G.S. 1989. Concern over publishing locality data. Bull. Chicago Herpetol. Soc., 24(9): 178.

Casper, G.S. 1989. Wisconsin herpetological atlas project: 1989 reporting needs for western Wisconsin. Newsletter Minn. Herpetol. Soc. 9(4): 8.

Casper, G.S. 1990. 1989 annual report: Wisconsin herpetological atlas project. Unpubl. report to Wisc. Dept. Natural Res., Bur. Endangered Res. 12 pp + 5 appendices.

Casper, G.S. 1991. 1990 annual report: Wisconsin herpetological atlas project. Unpubl. report to Wisc. Dept. Natural Res., Bur. Endangered Res. 7 pp + 5 appendices.

Casper, G.S. 1992. Plan of operation, Mallard Ridge Recycling and Disposal Facility Northern Expansion, Walworth County, Wisconsin. Appendix R: Ecological Restoration and Management Plan, October 1992. Reptile sections prepared for SEC Donohue, Waterloo, Iowa.

Casper, G.S. 1992. Amphibians of Milwaukee County. pamphlet. Milwaukee Public Museum.

Casper, G.S. 1992. 1991 annual report: Wisconsin herpetological atlas project. Unpubl. report to Wisc. Dept. Natural Res., Bur. Endangered Res. 7 pp + 5 appendices.

Casper, G.S. 1993. Massasauga Rattlesnake records collected by the Wisconsin Herpetological Atlas Project, 1986-1991. Proc. Symposium Conservation of Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake, Toronto, 1992. pp. 80-85.

Casper, G.S. 1993. The reptiles and amphibians of the Baraboo Hills, Sauk County, Wisconsin: Historical review, Inventory and management recommendations. Unpublished report to The Nature Conservancy, Wisconsin Chapter, Madison. 30 pp. + 5 appendices.

Casper, G.S. 1993. A preliminary summary of available records for the Four-toed Salamander, Hemidactylium scutatum, in Wisconsin. Bull. Chicago Herp. Soc. 28(1):1-3.

Casper, G.S. 1993. 1992 annual report: Wisconsin herpetological atlas project. Unpubl. report to Wisc. Dept. Natural Res., Bur. Endangered Res. 7 pp + 4 appendices.

Casper, G.S. 1993. Wisconsin herpetological atlas project. 1992 Annual Report of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Field Station. pp. 13. Abstract only.

Casper, G.S. 1994. Wisconsin herpetological atlas project. 1993 Annual Report of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Field Station. pp. 14. Abstract only.

Casper, G.S. 1994. Evaluation of Queen Snake, Regina septemvittata, presence in the vicinity of the Sheboygan River Superfund site, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. July 18, 1994. Report to Thomas L. Eggert, Superfund Enforcement Specialist, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Madison, WI. 8 pp. + 2 appendices.

Casper, G.S. 1994. Wisconsin Herpetological Atlas Project. Unpublished annual report. Milwaukee Public Museum.

Casper, G.S. 1994. Reptile Impact Evaluation of Proposed Clay Extraction at the Boss Borrow Area. Mallard Ridge Recycling & Disposal Facility, Delavan, Wisconsin. June 12, 1994. 5 pp.

Casper, G.S. 1994. 1993 annual report, ecological enhancement and monitoring, Mallard Ridge Recycling and Disposal Facility, Walworth County, Wisconsin. February, 1994. Reptile sections prepared for RUST Environment & Infrastructure, Waterloo, Iowa.

Casper, G.S. 1995. 1994 Annual report. Ecological Restoration, Enhancement and Monitoring. Mallard Ridge Recycling and Disposal Facility, Walworth County, Wisconsin, January 27, 1995, Chapter 5.

Casper, G.S. 1995. Wisconsin Herpetological Atlas Project, unpublished annual reports, 1986 - 1992. Milwaukee Public Museum.

Casper, G.S. 1995. Survey report: Butler's Garter Snake surveys for Highway 100, Milwaukee County (DOT #2040-01-00). August 1, 1995. Prepared for Caron Becker, HNTB, Milwaukee, WI. 9 pp.

Casper, G.S. 1995. Survey report: amphibian and reptile surveys for the proposed Puetz Road extension, Franklin, Milwaukee County. Prepared for Graef-Anhalt-Schloemer & Assoc., Milwaukee, WI. October 12, 1995. 13 pp.

Casper, G.S. 1995. Results of turtle trapping on Gilbert Lake, Washington County, Wisconsin. Endangered species permit number 341 annual report to Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Madison, WI. January 4, 1995. 4 pp.

Casper, G.S. 1995. Survey report: turtle surveys for Nagawicka kettle, Waukesha County, WI. Prepared for Nagawicka Kettle Preservation Society, Ilse M. Ehlert Wagner, President. August 17, 1995. 12 pp.

Casper, G.S. 1995. Herptile portions of chapters 3.9.1.5, 3.9.4.4, 3.9.5.5, 4.2.9.2.4, 4.2.9.3.4; tables 3.9-13, 3.9-14, 3.9-21, 3.9-22, 3.9-23; and Figures 3.9-14, 3.9-15. in Foth & Van Dyke. 1995. Crandon Mining Company environmental impact report, mine permit application, and tailings management area feasibility report/plan of operation.

Casper, G.S. 1996. Geographic distributions of the amphibians and reptiles of Wisconsin. Milwaukee Public Museum, Inc., 87 pp.

Casper, G.S. 1996. Amphibians and reptiles of the Demilco wetlands: A preliminary assessment and recommendations. Unpublished report to CRM Ecosystems for LiphaTech, September 1, 1996. 9 pp. (Waukesha County)

Casper, G.S. 1996. Four-toed Salamander Survey: Northern Highlands/American Legion State Forest. Unpublished report to Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Natural Heritage Inventory. September 16, 1996. 7 pp.

Casper, G.S. 1996. Four-toed Salamander Survey: Brule State Forest. Unpublished report to Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Natural Heritage Inventory. September 17, 1996. 8 pp.

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Casper, G.S. 1996. Herptile habitat assessment for proposed Burlington highway bypass. Report to Thomas Foht, Kapur & Associates, Inc., 7711 N Port Washington Rd, Milwaukee, WI. November 21, 1996. 11 pp + 2 figs.

Casper, G.S. 1996. Critic of frog deformity research is jumping to wrong conclusions. Counterpoint: Minneapolis Star Tribune, pp A12, Monday, November 25, 1996.

Casper, G.S. 1997. Recent amphibian and reptile distribution records for Wisconsin. Herpetological Review 28(4):214-216.

Casper, G.S. 1997. Geographic Distribution. Sternotherus odoratus. Herpetological Review 28(4):209. [La Crosse Co]

Casper, Gary S. 1997. US: Great Lakes Region. Pp. 22-24 in Wilkinson, J.W. (ed), 1996-97 Collected DAPTF Working Group Reports, DAPTF Report No. 3, Declining Amphibian Populations Task Force, The Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom.

Casper, Gary S. 1997. Ozaukee County snakes. Ozaukee County Land Conservation News, summer, 1997, p. 5.

Casper, G.S. 1997. Geographic Distribution. Ambystoma laterale. Herpetological Review 28(1):47. [Menominee Co]

Casper, G.S. 1997. Geographic Distribution. Graptemys geographica. Herpetological Review 28(1):49. [Shawano Co]

Casper, G.S. 1997. Geographic Distribution. Pseudacris triseriata triseriata. Herpetological Review 28(1):48-49. [Oneida Co]

Casper, G.S. 1997. Chapters 3 and 4 and Appendices F and G in 1996 annual report: ecological enhancement and monitoring at Mallard Ridge Recycling and Disposal Facility. Waste Management of Wisconsin, Inc. January, 1997.

Casper, G.S. 1997. Wisconsin herpetological atlas project. 1996 Annual Report of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Field Station. pp. 12-13. Abstract only.

Casper, G.S. 1997. Chapters 3 and 4 in RUST Environment & Infrastructure. 1997 annual report, ecological enhancement and monitoring at Mallard Ridge Recycling and Disposal Facility. Waste Management of Wisconsin, Inc. December, 1997.

Casper, G.S. in press. A review of the status of Wisconsin amphibians. In The Status and Conservation of Midwestern Amphibians, M. J. Lannoo (editor), Iowa Press.

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Cochran, P.A. 1977. Feeding habits and length-weight relationships in spiny softshell turtles from selected areas of Pools 5, 5A, and 6 of the Upper Mississippi River. BA Thesis. St. Mary's Coll., Winona.

Cochran, P.A.. 1982. Geographic distribution: Necturus maculosus. Herpetological Review 13(3):79. (Dunn Co.)

Cochran, P.A.. 1982. Geographic distribution: Rana catesbeiana. Herpetological Review 13(3):79-80. (Sawyer County)

Cochran, P.A.. 1982. Geographic distribution: Trionyx spiniferus. Herpetological Review 13(3):80. (Sawyer Co.)

Cochran, P.A. 1982. Natural history of amphibians and reptiles of Wisconsin, by R. C. Vogt. (Book review). Bull. Chic. Herpetol. Soc. 17:103-104.

Cochran, P.A. 1982. A supplemental bibliography of publications pertinent to the Wisconsin herpetofauna. Bull. Chic. Herpetol. Soc. 17:105-108.

Cochran, P.A.. 1983. Geographic distribution: Coluber constrictor. Herpetological Review 14(4):123. (Crawford County)

Cochran, P.A.. 1983. Geographic distribution: Nerodia sipedon. Herpetological Review 14(4):124. (Green County)

Cochran, P.A. 1983. The softshell turtles (Genus Trionyx) of Minnesota. Pp. 15-18 In A. Elwell, K. Cram and C. Johnson (eds), Proceedings of a Symposium of the Ecology of Reptiles and Amphibians in Minnesota. March 13-15, 1981. Bald Eagle Outdoor Learning Center, Cass Lake, Minnesota.

Cochran, P.A. 1986. Feeding an eastern hognose snake in a college laboratory setting. Bull. Chic. Herpetol. Soc. 21:96-97.

Cochran, P.A. 1986. Some observations on the herpetofauna of the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Bull. Chic. Herpetol. Soc. 21:34-35.

Cochran, P.A. 1986. The herpetofauna of the Weaver Dunes, Wabasha County, Minnesota. Prairie Natur. 18:143-150.

Cochran, P.A. 1987. Life history note: Opheodrys vernalis. Behavior. SSAR Herpetological Review 18:36-37.

Cochran, P.A.. 1988. Geographic distribution: Hyla crucifer. Herpetological Review 19(1):16. (Florence Co.)

Cochran, P.A.. 1988. Geographic distribution: Hyla versicolor. Herpetological Review 19(1):16. (Florence Co.)

Cochran, P.A.. 1988. Geographic distribution: Elaphe vulpina. Herpetological Review 19(1):20. (Marinette and Outagamie Co.)

Cochran, P.A.. 1988. Geographic distribution: Chrysemys picta. Herpetological Review 19(1):21. (Florence Co.)

Cochran, P.A.. 1988. Geographic distribution: Clemmys insculpta. Herpetological Review 19(1):21. (Florence Co.)

Cochran, P.A. 1988. The herpetofaunas of Pheasant Branch and Waunakee Marshes, Dane County, Wisconsin, with a comparison to the intervening agricultural area. Bull. Chic. Herpetol. Soc. 23(5):69-71.

Cochran, P.A. 1989. Confirmation of the five-lined skink (Eumeces fasciatus) in northeastern Wisconsin. Bull. Chic. Herpetol. Soc. 24(3):30-31.

Cochran, P.A. 1989. Notes on the phenology of the chorus frog, Pseudacris triseriata, in DuPage County, Illinois. Bull. Chic. Herpetol. Soc. 24(5):89-90.

Cochran, P.A.. 1990. Geographic distribution: Elaphe vulpina. Herpetological Review 21(2):41. (Manitowoc Co.)

Cochran, P.A.. 1991. Geographic distribution: Apalone spinifera. Herpetological Review 22(2):64. (Brown Co.)

Cochran, P.A. and J.R. Hodgson. 1985. Geographic distribution: Emydoidea blandingii. Herpetological Review 16(4):116. (Oconto Co.)

Cochran, P.A. and J.R. Hodgson. 1986. Geographic distribution: Ambystoma laterale. SSAR Herpetological Review 17(1):26. (Florence Cty.)

Cochran, P.A., J.B. Hodgson and R.M. Korb. 1987. New distributional records for reptiles and amphibians in Brown County, Wisconsin. Herpetological Review 18(1):21, 23.

Cochran, P.A. and K.J. Knutsen. 1987. Geographic distribution: Hyla crucifer. Herpetological Review 18(3):55. (Brown Co.)

Cochran, P.A. and R.M. Korb. 1987. Recent sightings of the Blanding's turtle, Emydoidea blandingii, a threatened species, in Wisconsin. Bull. Chic. Herpetol. Soc. 22:145-147 (Note errata 22:201).

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