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Observations details for species Northern Water Snake Nerodia sipedon for Olive Hill quad
ID#:2010-2467
Observed Date:4/15/2010
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. June 2012. A compilation of herp data collections and observations from John R. MacGregor, from July 2008 -2011. Records proofed and prepared by staff. Frankfort.
Review Status:Verified
 
ID#:73943
Observed Date:6/8/2000
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#:19137
Observed Date:10/4/1984
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. 2013. Subset of select museum and university collections.
Secondary Source:Robert Todd Personal Collection 2961
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:19138
Observed Date:10/4/1984
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. 2013. Subset of select museum and university collections.
Secondary Source:Robert Todd Personal Collection 2960
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:84077
Observed Date:7/15/1979
Project Description:Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. 2013. Subset of select museum and university collections.
Secondary Source:Morehead State University R-0546
Review Status:Reasonable
 
ID#:75274
Observed Date:Not Available
Observed Year:1990
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
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