Burmese Pythons in South Florida

Burmese Pythons in South Florida: 24 Documents


A Review of: Dorcas et al. 2012. Severe Mammal Declines Coincide with Proliferation of Invasive Burmese Pythons in Everglades National Park. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science

PythonClimate_Rodda_etAl

Burmese Python, Climate, Rodda et al

Burmese Pythons S. Fl., U of Fl.

Burmese Pythons; Climate, Rodda & Reed, 2008

Chicago Herp Society, Barker

Claims of Potential Expansion Throughout the US by Invasive Python Species Contradicted by Niche Models, Pyron et al

Climate Data Set Used by Rodda & Reed USGS

Critique of Mischaracterization of Climate Data by Gordon Rodda & Robert Reed, Barker & Barker 2010

Distribution Burmese Pythons, Barker

ENP Cold Python Study, Mazzotti et al, 2010

Florida Invaders, NPS & FWC, 2008

Genetics of Florida Burmese Pythons, Collins, Freeman & Snow

HB 352, Phillips, 2011

On Burmese Pythons in the Everglades, Barker & Barker, 2009

On Burmese Pythons/ Executive Summary, Barker & Barker, 2009

Reinterpretation of Climate Data, Barker & Barker 2010

Review of USGS Report on Giant Constrictors, Barker & Barker, 2010

SFWMD

SFWMD

SREL Cold Study, Dorcas et al. 2010

USDA Python/Cold Study, Avery et al, 2010

USDA Snake Trap 8/7/13

USGS Map, Rodda & Reed

USGS Risk Assessment for 9 Large Constricting Snakes, Rodda & Reed, 2009

Will They Come In Out of the Cold?, Barker & Barker, 2008