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Observations details for species Queensnake Regina septemvittata for McCreary county
ID#:1622
Observed Date:5/14/2013
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. July 2014. A compilation of herp data collections and observations from John R. MacGregor, 2013. Records proofed and prepared by staff. Frankfort.
Secondary Source:pers comm to JRM
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:Sub-SC1211145-744182
Observed Date:6/10/2012
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. 2013. Reports from scientific collection permits with electronic submissions from 2005 through December 2013 (old web site). Frankfort.
Secondary Source:SC1211145
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:1754
Observed Date:9/29/2005
Project Description:Stephens, D. E., J. D. Kiser, and J. R. MacGregor. 2007. A survey of the Amphibians and Reptiles of the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Kentucky and Tennessee. Final report submitted to the U.S. Department of Interior National Park Service, Ashville, North Carolina. Pp. 180.
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:416
Observed Date:8/6/2004
Project Description:Stephens, D. E., J. D. Kiser, and J. R. MacGregor. 2007. A survey of the Amphibians and Reptiles of the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Kentucky and Tennessee. Final report submitted to the U.S. Department of Interior National Park Service, Ashville, North Carolina. Pp. 180.
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:1349
Observed Date:8/6/2004
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. March 2009. A compilation of herp data collections and observations from John R. MacGregor, from 2004-2008. Records proofed and prepared by staff. Frankfort.
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:1750
Observed Date:3/26/2004
Project Description:Stephens, D. E., J. D. Kiser, and J. R. MacGregor. 2007. A survey of the Amphibians and Reptiles of the Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area, Kentucky and Tennessee. Final report submitted to the U.S. Department of Interior National Park Service, Ashville, North Carolina. Pp. 180.
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:148496
Observed Date:5/6/2003
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources 2010. Records compiled 1981-2010 from numerous museum collections, technical reports, scientific publications, and biologists' field notes by Touchstone Energy Cooperatives, Winchester and John R. MacGregor. Frankfort.
Secondary Source:Personal Observation - Pers comm to JRM
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:148497
Observed Date:5/6/2003
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources 2010. Records compiled 1981-2010 from numerous museum collections, technical reports, scientific publications, and biologists' field notes by Touchstone Energy Cooperatives, Winchester and John R. MacGregor. Frankfort.
Secondary Source:Personal Observation - Pers comm to JRM
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:90440
Observed Date:10/25/1997
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources 2010. Records compiled 1981-2010 from numerous museum collections, technical reports, scientific publications, and biologists' field notes by Touchstone Energy Cooperatives, Winchester and John R. MacGregor. Frankfort.
Secondary Source:Personal Observation
Review Status:Reasonable
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