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  • Holotype: Kennicott, R. 1859. Reptiles of the Boundary, Vol. 2, pt. 2., United States and Mexican Boundary Survey. U.S. 34th Congress, 1st Session, Executive Document (108). 14, plate 6.
  • Holycross, Andrew T. 1998. Geographic Distribution. Crotalus tigris. Herpetological Review 29 (2): 111.
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