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massasauga

/mas·sa·sau·ga/ (mas″ah-saw´gah) Sistrurus catenatus, a small venomous rattlesnake in the United States and northern Mexico.

massasauga

(măs′ə-sô′gə)
n.
A small, variably colored rattlesnake (Sistrurus catenatus) of North America, often found in moist areas.
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Second international symposium and workshop on the conservation of the eastern massasauga rattlesnake, Sistrurus catenatus catenatus:.
Michigan's only venomous snake, Sistrurus catenatus, has been recorded widely in Region I except for most of the Midland-Saginaw Bay-Thumb area, where it has only been recorded from Huron County.
Five species collected since 1930 in Riley and Geary counties, but not reported before this date nor during this study were: Bufo americanus - Kansas: Riley Co: Manhattan, 1937 (MVZ 36857); Eumeces faciatus - Kansas: Riley Co: Manhattan, 1933 (SDSNH 15577-80); Eumeces septentrionalis - Kansas: Riley Co: Exit 310 on I-70, 1975 (KU 158488); Sceloporus undulatus - Kansas: Riley Co: Manhattan, 1937 (MVZ 36879-80); and Sistrurus catenatus - [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 3 OMITTED] [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 4 OMITTED] Kansas: Riley Go: Sec.