These are not "Range Maps" per se, but rather counties with documented occurrences of Crotalus adamanteus. Data is compiled from The Georgia Herp Atlas Project, South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, Martin & Means, Timmerman and Martin, Several photographic references, field notes from several reputable and experienced field herpers, and documented occurences submitted by site members. Individual or Historic references get a blue coloring, while pink is documented populations of breeding size and recent occurrences. Please submit any information you have that you might feel would enhance these maps.
This map is not complete! The other states are soon to follow. If you know of a population of C adamanteus that is in a county that is not shaded on these maps, please email me.
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