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Bibliography of the reptiles of
Bermuda  [United Kingdom]

Note: In order to limit redundancy, relevant literature indexed in the related bibliographies in the left column may not have been included in this page. For a comprehensive search of literature, these bibliographies should therefore also be consulted.

Babcock, H.L. 1938. The sea-turtles of the Bermuda Islands with a survey of the present state of the turtle-fishing industry. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 107 [1937]: 595-601.

Bacon, J.P.; Gray, J.A.; Kitson, L. 2006. Status and conservation of the reptiles and amphibians of the Bermuda islands. Applied Herpetology 3(4): 323-344.

Bacon, J.P.; Gray, J.A.; Kitson, L. 2011. Status and conservation of the reptiles and amphibians of the Bermuda Islands. pp. 161-182. In: Hailey, A.; Wison, B.S.; Horrocks, J.A. (eds.). Conservation of Caribbean Island herpetofaunas. Vol. 1. Conservation biology and the wider Caribbean. Brill, Leiden & Boston. 227 pp.

Burnett-Herkes, J. 1976. Bermuda turtle tagging programme. Bermuda Department of Agriculture & Fisheries Monthly Bulletin 46(9): 69-71.

Davenport, J.; Glasspool, A.F.; Kitson, L. 2005. Occurrence of diamondback terrapins, Malaclemys terrapin, on Bermuda: native or introduced? Chelonian Conservation and Biology 4(4): 956-959.

Dunn, E.R.; Conant, R. 1937. The herpetological fauna of Bermuda. Herpetologica 1937(1): 78-80.

Edgar, P. 2010. The Amphibians and Reptiles Of the UK Overseas Territories, Crown Dependencies and Sovereign Base Areas. Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, Boscombe, United Kingdom. 132 pp.

Garman, S. 1884. The reptiles of Bermuda. United States National Museum Bulletin 25: 287-303.

Glaubrecht, M. 1990. Bermuda - ein evolutionarer Mikrokosmos im Atlantik? Zur Naturgeschichte einer isolierten Inselgruppe. Natur und Museum (Frankfurt am Main) 120(7): 209-222.

Gorman, G.C.; Kim, Y.J. 1978. The genetics of colonization: loss of variability among introduced populations of Anolis lizards (Reptilia, Lacertilia, Iguanidae). Journal of Herpetology 12(1): 47-51.

Losos, J.B. 1996. Dynamics of range expansion by three introduced species of Anolis lizards on Bermuda. Journal of Herpetology 30(2): 204-210.

Macedonia, J.M.; Clark, D.L.; McIntosh, A.P. 2016. Differential range expansion and habitat use among the naturalized Anolis lizards of Bermuda. Herpetological Review 47(4): 529-535.

Olson, S.L.; Hearty, P.J.; Pregill, G.K. 2006. Geological constraints on evolution and survival in endemic reptiles on Bermuda. Journal of Herpetology 40(3): 394-398.

Outerbridge, M.E.; Massey, S.C.B. 2018. Two new additions to the terrestrial reptiles established on Bermuda, with notes on other species. Herpetological Review 49(3): 508-510.

Outerbridge, M.E.; O'Riordan, R.; Fort, D.J.; Davenport, J. 2016. Ecotoxicological assessment of Diamondback Terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin) pond habitat, prey and eggs in Bermuda. Marine Pollution Bulletin 102(1): 36-43.

Verrill, A.E. 1902. The Bermuda Islands. New Haven, Connecticut. 548 pp.

Verrill, A.E. 1903. Additions to the fauna of the Bermudas from the Yale Expedition of 1901, with notes on other species. Transactions Connect. Ac. 11: 15-62.

Verrill, A.E. 1904. The Bermuda Islands. Transactions Connect. Ac. 11: 413-956.

Wingate, D.B. 1965. Terrestrial herpetofauna of Bermuda. Herpetologica 21: 202-218.

Wingate, D.B. 1975. A nesting beach for the Devil's Hole turtles. Bermuda Department of Agriculture & Fisheries Monthly Bulletin 45(6): 47-48.