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References

  • Boettger, O. 1898. Katalog der Reptilien-Sammlung im Museum der Senckenbergischen Naturforschenden Gesellschaft in Frankfurt/M. 2.Teil (Schlangen). Frankfurt/M (Gebr. Knauer), i-ix + 1-160.
  • Cogger,H.G. 2000. Reptiles and Amphibians of Australia, 6th ed. Ralph Curtis Publishing, Sanibel Island, 808 pp.
  • David, Patrick, and Ivan Ineich. 1999. Les serpents venimeux du monde: systematique et repartition. Dumerilia, vol. 3. 3-499
  • De Vis, C. W. 1884. Descriptions of a new snake with a synopsis of the genus Hoplocephalus. Proc. R. Soc. Qd. 1: 138-140.
  • De Vis, CW. 1884. On a new Species of Hoplocephalus. Proc. R. Soc. Qd. 1: 100.
  • Fearn, S.; D. F. Trembath. 2009. Body size, food habits, reproduction and growth in a population of black whip snakes (Demansia vestigiata) (Serpentes : Elapidae) in tropical Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 57(1): 49–54.
  • ICZN. 1999. OPINION 1940. Hoplocephalus vestigiatus De Vis, 1884 (Reptilia, Serpentes): specific name placed on the Official List. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 56 (3).
  • Macleay, W. 1884. Census of Australian snakes with descriptions of two new species. Proc. Linn. Soc. N. S. W. 9: 548-568
  • Macleay, W. 1884. Census of Australian snakes with descriptions of two new species. Proc. Linn. Soc. N. S. W. 9: 548-568.
  • Shea, G.M. & Scanlon. 2007. Revision of the small tropical whipsnakes previously referred to Demansia olivacea (Gray, 1842) and Demansia torquata (Guenther, 1862) (Squamata: Elapidae). Records of the Australian Museum 59(2-3): 117-142.
  • Shine, Richard. 1994. Sexual size dimorphism in snakes revisited. Copeia 1994 (2): 326-346.
  • Smith H M. Wallach V. 1997. Diemenia atra Macleay, 1884 (currently Demansia atra; Reptilia, Serpentes): Proposed conservation of the specific name. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 54, (1): 31-34.
  • Somaweera, R. 2009. Snakes of Darwin. Poster, University of Sydney.

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