Thomas C. Brennan Publications

BOOKS:

Brennan, T.C. and R. D. Babb. (In press, 2014) Herpetofauna of Arizona. In: Lemos-Espinal, J. A. (Editor). The Herpetofauna of the United States and Mexico Border States. Texas A&M University Press.

Brennan, T.C. In prep. Heterodon kennerlyi. Mexican Hog-nosed Snake. In: Holycross, A.T. (Editor). Snakes of Arizona. University of California Press, Berkeley.

Brennan, T.C. In prep. Rhinocheilus lecontei. Long-nosed Snake. In: Holycross, A.T. (Editor). Snakes of Arizona. University of California Press, Berkeley.

Brennan, T.C. 2008. Common Side-blotched Lizard - Uta stansburiana. In: Jones, L.J., and R. Lovich (Eds.). Lizards of the American Southwest. Rio Nuevo.
                                               
Brennan, T.C. 2008. Madrean Alligator Lizard - Elgaria kingii. In Jones, L.J., and R. Lovich (Eds.). Lizards of the American Southwest. Rio Nuevo.

Brennan, T.C. 2008. Zebra-tailed Lizard - Callisaurus draconoides. In: Jones, L.J., and R. Lovich (Eds.). Lizards of the American Southwest. Rio Nuevo.

Brennan, T.C., A. T. Holycross, 2006. A Field Guide to Amphibians and Reptiles in Arizona. Arizona Game and Fish Department, Phoenix. 152 pp.

Brennan, T.C., A. T. Holycross, 2005. A Field Guide to Amphibians and Reptiles of Maricopa County. Arizona Game and Fish Department, Phoenix. 68 pp.
                                                 
PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS, ARTICLES, AND NOTES:         

Babb, Randall D., T.C. Brennan, D.D. Kandiyeli, C.M. Aikens, T.R. Jones. 2013. Gopherus morafkai geographical distribution. Herpetological Review. 44 (4): 623.

Babb, Randall D. and T.C. Brennan. 2013. Aspidoscelis tigris (tiger whiptail) diet. Herpetological Review. 44 (3): 507.

Babb, Randall D. and T.C. Brennan. 2013. Colenyx variegatus (western banded gecko) and Rena humilis (western threadsnake) attempted predation. Herpetological Review. 44 (3): 507-508.

Brennan, T.C., P.C. Rosen, and L. Hellekson. 2009. Diadophis punctatus regalis (Regal Ring-necked Snake). Diet. Sonoran Herpetologist 22(11).

Wallace, E.J., R.J. Brauman, W.P. Burger, E.J. Nigro, T.C. Brennan, and A.T. Holycross. 2008. Thamnophis eques. Geographic Distribution. Herpetological Review.

Smith, L.W., R. Bezy, T.C. Brennan 2008. Arizona’s Smallest Lizard. Sonoran Herpetologist 21(5) pp 50-53.

Brown, D.E., T.C. Brennan, and P.J. Unmack. 2007. A Digitized Biotic Community Map for Plotting and Comparing North American Plant and Animal Distributions. Canotia. 3(1).

Brown, D.E., P.J. Unmack. and T.C. Brennan, 2007. Digitized Map of Biotic Communities for Plotting and Comparing Distributions of North American Animals. Southwestern Naturalist 52(4).

Babb, R.D., G.L. Bradley, T.C. Brennan, A.T. Holycross. 2005. A preliminary assessment of the diet of Gyalopion quadrangulare. (Serpentes: Colubridae). Southwestern Naturalist 50(3).

Brennan, T.C., 2005. Rana yavapaiensis. Pattern. Sonoran Herpetologist 18(11).
                                      
Brennan, T.C., Holycross, A.T., 2004. Crotalus oreganus concolor. Geographic Distribution. Herpetological Review 35(2).

Brennan, T.C., 2004. Hypsiglena torquata. Diet. Sonoran Herpetologist 17(3).

Brennan, T.C., Feldner, M. J., 2003. Terrapene ornate luteola. High Elevation Record. Herpetological Review 34(1).

Brennan, T.C., Feldner, M. J., 2002. Elgaria kingii nobilis. Maximum Size. Herpetological Review 33(4).

Brennan, T.C., Feldner, M. J., Koenig, Hans F., 2002. Coleonyx variegatus. Geographic Distribution. Herpetological Review 33(4).

Brennan, T.C., M.J. Feldner, 2001 Lichanura trivirgata trivirgata. Geographic Distribution. Herpetological Review 32(3)

WEB SITES:

Brennan, T.C. 2001-present. The Reptiles and Amphibians of Arizona. An Online Field Guide. www.ReptilesofAZ.org

REPORTS:

Rosen, P.C., E.M. Nowak and T.C. Brennan. In prep. Ecological Factors Affecting Conservation Status of the Narrow-headed Gartersnake (Thamnophis rufipunctatus). Report to Arizona Game and Fish Department Heritage Fund. 117 pp.

Brennan, T.C. and P.C. Rosen. 2009. Report on Narrow-headed Gartersnake (Thamnophis rufipunctatus) Surveys at Oak Creek and the Black River, Arizona. Report to the Arizona Game and Fish Department. 23 pp.

Brennan, T.C. 2007. Collecting Narrow-headed Gartersnakes (Thamnophis rufipunctatus) at the Black River, Arizona. Report to the Arizona Game and Fish Department. 12 pp.

Holycross A.T., W.P. Burger, E.J. Nigro, T.C. Brennan. 2006. Surveys for Thamnophis eques and Thamnophis rufipunctatus in the Gila River Watershed of Arizona and New Mexico. Report to the Arizona Game and Fish Department. 114 pp.


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