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Observations details for species Common Snapping Turtle Chelydra serpentina serpentina for Bell county
ID#:5311
Observed Date:8/10/2016
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. February 2017. A compilation of herp data collections and observations from John R. MacGregor, 2016. Records proofed and prepared by staff. Frankfort.
Review Status:Verified
 
ID#:SCP23435
Observed Date:5/19/2004
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. 2015. Various scientific publications, reports, and paper scientific collection submissions 1960 to present. Records compiled by Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Information Systems section. Frankfort.
Secondary Source:Meade, L. 2005 Faunal Survey Kentucky Ridge Forest WMA. Data used for Final Resource Management Plan. ThirdRock Consultants, Lexington, Kentucky.
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:SCP23402
Observed Date:4/7/2004
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. 2015. Various scientific publications, reports, and paper scientific collection submissions 1960 to present. Records compiled by Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Information Systems section. Frankfort.
Secondary Source:Meade, L. 2005 Faunal Survey Kentucky Ridge Forest WMA. Data used for Final Resource Management Plan. ThirdRock Consultants, Lexington, Kentucky.
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:73994
Observed Date:6/11/2000
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.
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:55022
Observed Date:5/14/1998
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.
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:16-11
Observed Date:6/25/1997
Project Description:Bryant, William S., and John W. Ferner. 1997. Flora and Faunal Survey in Thirty Permanent Plots along a Natural Gas Pipeline right of way across Pine and Log Mountains Bell County, Kentucky. Thomas More College, Crestview Hills, Kentucky.
Secondary Source:William S. Bryant, and John W. Ferner. 1997. Flora and Faunal Survey in Thirty Permanant Plots along a Natural Gas Pipeline right of way across Pine and Log Mountains Bell County, Kentucky. Thomas More College, Crestview Hills, Kentucky.
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:76165
Observed Date:3/15/1986
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.
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:73621.NCSM Herpetology Collection
Observed Date:Not Available
Observed Year:1991
Project Description:vertnet. 2015. Kentucky data downloaded from Vertnet.org, a compilation of data from multiple collections. The secondary source should be used to obtain the data publisher and record citation for a particular record (accessed on February 6, 2015).
Secondary Source:NCSM Herpetology Collection.North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences; http://ipt.vertnet.org:8080/ipt/resource.do?r=ncsm_herps ; (accessed 2/5/2015)
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:SCP11000
Observed Date:Not Available
Observed Year:2004
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. 2005. Reports from scientific collection permits prior to electronic submissions from 1998 through 2005. Records compiled by Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Information Systems section and verified by Wildlife Diversity Program. Frankfort.
Secondary Source:Third Rock Consultants, LLC. 2004. Scientific Collection Report. Lexington, Kentucky.
Review Status:Reasonable
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