Presentation on theme: "Herpetology Test Valpo High School. Station 1 Family and Genus How many rattle segments are added each year? What is different about their heads? What."— Presentation transcript:
Station 1 Family and Genus How many rattle segments are added each year? What is different about their heads? What are the main foods?
Station 2 Family and Common Name Where does the common name come from? Habitat? How to distinguish between the two types of turtles in this family?
Station 3 Family and Genus Males mating ritual is what? What type of predator are they?
Station 4 Family and Genus What do they eat? How large are these at birth?
Station 5 Family What distinguishes this from the other family? What part of the US could I found one of these? Average Size?
Station 6 Genus What is something that these frogs do all day and night? Habitat? Feature above lip (most have this)?
Station 7 Family What do they eat? Plume-like gills are from what stage of live? –Will they ever lose these? Number of toes on each foot?
Station 8 Family and common name Habitat? Shell in like what material? Do these make good pets? Why or why not?
Station 9 Family Do only the males make noise? Mating Season? Diet type?
1. viperidae and sistrurus, 2-4 segments, 9 plate-like scales, rodents 2. Kinosternidae and musk and mud turtles, release a musky secretion, mostly aquatic, plastrons are different 3. Anguidae and glass and alligator lizards, fight and bite one another, carnivorous 4. Colubridae and Lammpropeltis, snakes lizards rodents and birds, 9-12 inches long 5.Crocodylidae, snout shape, Florida, 7 – 12 feet 6. Pseudacris, sing / make noise, aquatic vegetation shrubs, lighter skin line 7. Proteidae, crayfish worms small fish, larvae, no, 4 8. Trionychidae soft-shelled turtles, aquatic, leather, no – have sharp claws and mandibles 9. Ranidae, no sometimes females do, spring, carnivorous