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Study examines life history of imperiled rattlesnake-Scientists show how climate, geography impact Eastern Massasauga
Sun 19 Feb - 17:37 by toni beckman
Study examines life history of imperiled rattlesnake-Scientists show how climate, geography impact Eastern Massasauga
NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, Press Release 2/16/17

A new study is bringing attention to a little known and imperiled rattlesnake that slithers among the wetlands in regions surrounding the Great Lakes.

The Eastern Massasauga rattler was once common in such states as Indiana and …

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A lure at both ends: aggressive visual mimicry signals and prey-specific luring behaviour in an ambush-foraging snake
Fri 13 Jan - 1:27 by toni beckman
Sorry, no more than abstract:

A lure at both ends: aggressive visual mimicry signals and prey-specific luring behaviour in an ambush-foraging snake

Aggressive mimic species use signals typically resembling an attractive or harmless model to deceive other organisms in order to increase foraging success. With the exception of a few brood parasitic birds that combine two signals, most known cases …

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