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Brackett S.  1938.  Description and life history of the nematode Dracunculus ophidensis n. sp. with a redescription of the genus. Journal of Parasitology. 24:353-361.
Jr. JHBarrow, Stockton JJ.  1960.  The influences of temperature on the host-parasite relationships of several species of snakes infected with Entamoeba invadens. Journal of Protozoology. 7:377-383.
Blanchard FNelson, Finster EB.  1933.  A method of marking living snakes for future recognition, with a discussion of some problems and results. Ecology. 14:334-347.
Langlois T.H.  1925.  Notes on some Michigan snakes. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 4:605-610.
Greenwell MG, Hall M, Sexton OJ.  1984.  Phenotypic basis for a feeding change in an insular population of garter snakes. Developmental psychobiology. 17(5):457-463.
Sexton OJ.  1983.  Phenotypic basis for feeding in insular garter snakes. American Philosophy Society Yearbook. :163.
Burt MDanheim.  1928.  The relation of size to maturity in the garter snakes, Thamnophis sirtalis sirtalis (L.) and T. sauritus sauritus (L.). Copeia. (166):8-12.
Chu T-C.  1936.  A review of the status of the reptilian nematodes of the genus Rhabdias with a redescription of Rhabdias fuscovenosa var. catanensis (Rizzo, 1902) new rank. Journal of Parasitology. 22:130-139.
Burt CE.  1928.  Sexual dimorphism in the tail length of the common garter snake, Thamnophis sirtalis sirtalis (Linne). Copeia. (166):13-14.
De Byle NValentine.  1965.  Short-tailed shrew attacks garter snake. Journal of Mammalogy. 46:329.
Brown E.E.  1979.  Stray food records from New York and Michigan snakes. The American Midlands Naturalist. 102:200-203.
Chu T-C.  1936.  Studies on the life history of Rhabdias fuscovenosa var. catanensis (Rizzo, 1902). Journal of Parasitology. 22:140-160.