SNAKE VENOMS
Product ID L1231
Name Crotalus oreganus helleri 
Common Name(s) Black Diamond Rattlesnake ; Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Origin USA
Purity >99%
Form Lyophilized powder
Packaging In vacuum sealed glass vials, in secured parcel.
 Packaging and Prices

Packaging Price (€) Quantité Buy Now
100 mg 118.00

add to cart add to cart

500 mg 442.50

add to cart add to cart

1 g 708.00

add to cart add to cart

For quotation of big quantities, please Contact us
 Species Protection Status
CITES None
EU None 
France None 
 Product Technical Documents
Safety Data Sheet Available on request, please Contact us
Ref. SDS_L1231 : unit price : free of charge
 Related Links
See also ITIS : Integrated Taxonomic Information System (http://www.itis.gov)
The Reptile-Database.org (http://www.reptile-database.org)
Search Crotalus oreganus helleri with
Search Crotalus oreganus helleri with PubMed
Bibliography 1. Ashton, Kyle G.; de Queiroz, Alan 2001. Molecular systematics of the Western Rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis (Viperidae), with comments on the utility of the D-Loop in phylogenetic studies of snakes. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 21(2):176-189.
2. Ashton, Kyle G.;Smith, Hobart M.;Chiszar, David 1997. Geographic Distribution. Crotalus viridis viridis. Herpetological Review 28 (3): 159
3. Baird,S.F. and Girard,C. 1852. Descriptions of new species of reptiles, collected by the U.S. exploring expedition under the command of Capt. Charles Wilkes, U.S.N. First part. - Including the species from the Western coast of America. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Philadelphia 6: 174-177
4. Beaman, K.R. & Hayes, W.K. 2008. Rattlesnakes: Research Trends and Annotated Checklist. In: Hayes et al. (eds), The biology of rattlesnakes. Loma Linda University Press, pp. 5-16
5. Brown, Douglas G.;Duvall, David 1993. Habitat associations of the prairie rattlesnakes (Crotalus viridis) in Wyoming. Herpetological Natural History 1 (1): 5-12
6. BUSH, CH. & LUKAS, W. & SMITH, H. M. & PAYNE, D. & CHISZAR, D. 1996. Strike-induced chemosensory searching (SICS) in Northern Pacific Rattlesnakes Crotalus viridis oreganus HOLBROOK, 1840, rescued from abusive husbandry conditions. Herpetozoa 9
7. Campbell, J.A. & Lamar, W.W. 1989. The Venomous Reptiles of Latin America. Comstock Publishing/Cornell University Press, Ithaca
8. Chiszar, David; Adam Walters, and Hobart M Smith 2008. Rattlesnake Preference for Envenomated Prey: Species Specificity. Journal of Herpetology 42 (4): 764
9. Chiszar, David; Smith, Hobart M. 1993. Crotalus viridis viridis (Prairie rattlesnake). USA: Colorado. Herpetological Review 24 (4): 156
10. Clark, H.O., Jr. 2011. Alternate coloration of the Northern Pacific Rattlesnake (Crotalus oreganus oreganus). Sonoran Herpetologist 24 (7):70.
11. Clause, Adam Guy 2015. Temperature Shock as a Mechanism for Color Pattern Aberrancy in Snakes Herpetology Notes 8: 331-334
12. Cliff, Frank S. 1954. Snakes of the islands in the Gulf of California, Mexico. Transactions of the San Diego Society of Natural History 12 (5): 67-98
13. Conant,R. & Collins,J.T. 1991. A Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians of Eastern/Central North America, 3rd ed. Houghton Mifflin (Boston/New York), xx + 450 p.
14. Crother, B. I. 2000. Scientific and standard English names of amphibians and reptiles of North America north of Mexico, with comments regarding confidence in our understanding. Herpetological Circular 29: 1-82
15. Crother, B. I. (ed.) 2012. Standard Common and Current Scientific Names for North American Amphibians, Turtles, Reptiles, and Crocodilians, Seventh Edition. Herpetological Circular 39: 1-92
16. Davis MA, Douglas MR, Collyer ML, Douglas ME 2016. Deconstructing a Species-Complex: Geometric Morphometric and Molecular Analyses Define Species in the Western Rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis). PLoS One 11 (1): e0146166.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0146166
17. Diller, L.V. & Wallace, R.L. 2002. Growth, reproduction, and survival in a population of Crotalus viridis oreganus in north central Idaho. Herpetological Monographs 16: 26-45
18. Douglas, Michael E.; Douglas, Marlis R.; Schuett, Gordon W.; Porras, Louis W.; Holycross, Andrew T. 2002. Phylogeography of the western rattlesnake (Crotalus viridis) complex, with emphasis on the Colorado Plateau. In Biology of the Vipers, edited by Gordon W. Schuett, Mats Hoggren, Michael E. Douglas, and Harry W. Greene, pp. 11-50. Eagle Mountain Publishing, Utah.
19. Eaton, Theodore H., Jr 1935. Report on amphibians and reptiles of the Navajo country. Bulletin 3. Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition : 1-20
20. Einfalt, P. 1998. Haltung und Nachzucht der Prärieklapperschlange (Crotalus viridis oreganus). Elaphe 6 (2): 12-14
21. Evans, Lianne and Lu-anne Spencer-Hartle. 2013. Herpetoculture notes: Crotalus oreganus oreganus (northern Pacific rattlesnake) longevity. Herpetological Review 44 (3): 453
22. Fitch, H. S. 1936. Amphibians and reptiles of the Rouge River Basin, Oregon. American Midland Naturalist 17: 634-652
23. Franz, Richard 1971. Notes on the distribution and ecology of the herpetofauna of northern Montana. Bull. Maryland Herp. Soc. 7 (1): 1-10
24. GARCÍA-PADILLA, ELI; JORGE H. VALDEZ VILLAVICENCIO, ANNY PERALTA GARCÍA 2018. Las Serpientes de Cascabel más allá del continente Especies
25. Golla, Julie M. and Andrew M. Durso. 2015. Crotalus oreganus helleri (Southern Pacific rattlesnake) diet/scavenging. Herpetological Review 46 (4): 641-642
26. Gomard, Guillaume 2017. In steinigen Wüsten: die Herpetofauna Südkaliforniens Terraria-Elaphe 2017 (6): 52-61
27. Gomez, Lita; Karl W. Larsen, and Patrick. T. Gregory 2015. Contrasting Patterns of Migration and Habitat Use in Neighboring Rattlesnake Populations Journal of Herpetology Sep 2015, Vol. 49, No. 3: 371-376.
28. Groen,J. 2008. Een blik p giftige slangen en de hobby eromheen. Lacerta 66 (1-3): 6-15
29. Heimes, P. 2016. Snakes of Mexico. Chimaira, Frankfurt, 572 pp
30. Herriot, T. 2004. Snakes in the suburbs. Canadian Geographic 86-98
31. Hirth, Harold F. 1966. The Ability of Two Species of Snakes to Return to a Hibernaculum after Displacement. Southwestern Naturalist 11 (1): 49-53
32. Holbrook, John E. 1840. North American Herpetology, Vol. 4 (1st ed.). J. Dobson, Philadelphia, 126 pp.
33. Holding, Matthew L.; Julius A. Frazier, Scott W. Dorr, Sloane N. Henningsen, Ignacio T. Moore, and Emily N. Taylor 2014. Physiological and Behavioral Effects of Repeated Handling and Short-Distance Translocations on Free-Ranging Northern Pacific Rattlesnakes (Crotalus oreganus oreganus). Journal of Herpetology Jun 2014, Vol. 48, No. 2: 233-239.
34. Hollister, R; Hollister, J; David, S R & Steen, D A; 2018. Crotalus oreganus (Western Rattlesnake) Predation Herpetological Review 49 (4): 751
35. Hoser, R. 2009. A reclassification of the rattlesnakes; species formerly exclusively referred to the genera Crotalus and Sistrurus. Australasian J. Herpetol. 3: 1-21
36. Houston, T.C. 2006. The Midget Faded Rattlesnake, Crotalus concolor. Reptilia (GB) (45): 33-37
37. Johnson, Alexander K. and Medica, Philip A. 2017. Crotalus oreganus lutosus (Great Basin Rattlesnake) Defensive behavior / head hiding and tongue display Herpetological Review 48 (1): 209-210
38. Jones, K.B.; Abbas, D.R. & Bergstedt, T. 1981. Herpetological records from Central and Northeastern Arizona. Herpetological Review 12 (1): 16
39. Keehn, J. E.; N. C. Nieto, C. R. Tracy, C. M. Gienger and C. R. Feldman 2013. Evolution on a desert island: body size divergence between the reptiles of Nevada's Anaho Island and the mainland around Pyramid Lake. Journal of Zoology, 291: 269–278. doi: 10.1111/jzo.12066
40. Keogh, J. S. & Wallach, V. 1999. Allometry and sexual dimorphism in the lung morphology of prairie rattlesnakes, Crotalus viridis viridis. Amphibia-Reptilia 20 (4): 377-389
41. Kisser, P. 1980. Zur Kernntnis der Klapperschlangen. Herpetofauna 2 (5): 6-10
42. Klauber, L. M. 1930. New and renamed subspecies of Crotalus confluentus Say, with remarks on related species. Trans. San Diego Soc. Nat. Hist. 6 (3): 95-144
43. Klauber, Laurence M. 1938. Notes from a herpetological diary, I. Copeia 1938 (4): 191-197
44. Klauber, Laurence M. 1949. Some new and revived subspecies of rattlesnakes. Transactions of the San Diego Society of Natural History 11 (6): 61-116
45. Klauber, Laurence M. 1951. On the question of the correct trivial name for the yellow or Midget rattlesnake of the Colorado River Basin Bull. Zol. Nomenclature 6 (4): 101
46. Klauber, Laurence M. 1972. Rattlesnakes: Their Habits, Life Histories, and Influence on Mankind. University of California Press, Berkeley, CA, vol. 1: xxx + 740; vol. 2: xvii + 795 pp. [first published 1956]
47. Klauber, Lawrence M. 1943. The correlation of variability within and between rattlesnake populations. Copeia 1943 (2): 115-118
48. Kreuzer, Michael 2012. Beobachtungen zum Verhalten der Nördlichen Pazifik-Klapperschlange Crotalus o. oreganus während der Paarungszeit, Trächtigkeit und dem Absetzen der Jungtiere. Ophidia 6 (1):
49. Lemos-Espinal, Julio Alberto;Chiszar, David;Smith, Hobart M. 1994. The Distribution of the Prairie Rattlesnake (Crotalus v. viridis ) in Mexico. Bull. Maryland Herp. Soc. 30 (4): 143-148
50. Livo, Lauren J.;Chiszar, David 1994. Crotalus viridis cerberus (Arizona black rattlesnake). USA: Colorado. Herpetological Review 25 (2): 76
51. Lomas, Emily; Jared R. Maida, Christine A. Bishop & Karl W. Larsen 2019. Movement Ecology of Northern Pacific Rattlesnakes (Crotalus o. oreganus) in Response to Disturbance. Herpetologica 75 (2): 153-161
52. Maida, J., et al. 2017. Crotalus oreganus (Western Rattlesnake) Mortality. Herpetological Review 48 (2): 447
53. Maida, Jared R.; David Anthony Kirk, Owain McKibbin, Jeffrey R. Row, Karl W. Larsen, Charlotte Stringam, and Christine A. Bishop 2018. Population Estimate, Survivorship, and Generation Time of the Northern Pacific Rattlesnake (Crotalus o. oreganus) at its Northern-most Range Limits Herp. Cons. Biol. 13 (3): 662–672
54. McDiarmid, R.W.; Campbell, J.A. & Touré,T.A. 1999. Snake species of the world. Vol. 1. [type catalogue] Herpetologists’ League, 511 pp.
55. Meek,S.E. 1905. An annotated list of a collection of reptiles from southern California and northern lower California. Field Columbian Mus. Publ. Zool. 7 (1): 1-19
56. Meik, Jesse M and André Pires-daSilva 2009. Evolutionary morphology of the rattlesnake style. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2009, 9:35
57. Meik, Jesse M. and Gordon W. Schuett 2016. Structure, Ontogeny, and Evolutionary Development of the Rattlesnake Rattle
58. Olivier, R. 2008. Kleine gifslangengalerij. Lacerta 66 (1-3): 47-57
59. Oyler-McCance, S. J.; J. M. Parker 2010. A population genetic analysis of the midget faded rattlesnake in Wyoming. Conservation Genetics 11:1623–1629; DOI 10.1007/s10592-009-0043-6
60. O’Connor, A. 2012. The Columbia River george. HerpNation (9): 20-21
61. Paerker, M.R. & Kardong, K.V. 2006. The role of airborne and substrate cues from non-envenomated mice during rattlesnake (Crotalus oreganus) post-striking trailing. Herpetologica 62 (4): 349-355
62. Parker, J. M., Spear, S. F. & Oyler-McCance, S. J. 2012. Crotalus oreganus concolor (midget faded rattlesnake) nursery aggregation. Herpetological Review 43: 658-659
63. Parker, M. Rockwell and Kenneth V. Kardong 2017. Airborne Chemical Information and Context-Dependent Post-Strike Foraging Behavior in Pacific Rattlesnakes (Crotalus oreganus) Copeia Nov 2017, Vol. 105, No. 4: 649-656.
64. Parker, William S.;Brown, William S. 1974. Mortality and weight changes of Great Basin rattlesnakes (Crotalus viridis) at a hibernaculum in northern Utah. Herpetologica 30 (3): 234-239
65. Pook, Catherine E., Wolfgang Wüster and Roger S. Thorpe 2000. Historical biogeography of the western rattlesnake (Serpentes: Viperidae: Crotalus viridis), inferred from mitochondrial DNA sequence information. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 15(2):269-282.
66. Putman, Breanna J.; Matthew A. Barbour, and Rulon W. Clark 2016. The Foraging Behavior of Free-ranging Rattlesnakes (Crotalus oreganus) in California Ground Squirrel (Otospermophilus beecheyi) Colonies Herpetologica Mar 2016, Vol. 72, No. 1: 55-63.
67. Putnam, Breanna J. and Rulon W. Clark. 2015. Crotalus oreganus (northern Pacific rattlesnake) non-rattling tail display. Herpetological Review 46 (2): 269-270
68. Rafinesque, C.S. 1818. Further accounts of discoveries in natural history in the western states. American Month. Mag. Crit. Rev. 4 (1): 41
69. Rice, Stephen, Putman, Breanna, Schraft, Breanna and Clark, Rulon 2016. Crotalus oreganus helleri (Southern Pacific Rattlesnake) Loss of rattle style and matrix) Herpetological Review 47 (4): 679
70. Rombaugh, C. 2018. Crotalus oreganus lutosus (Great Basin Rattlesnake) Reproduction / Mating. Herpetological Review 49 (1): 127-128.
71. Schmidt, D. 2008. Schlupfkisten in der Terrarienpraxis. Reptilia (Münster) 13 (71): 8-9
72. Schneider, G.E. 1986. Geographic variation in the contact zone of two subspecies of the Pacific rattlesnake, Crotalus viridis oreganus and Crotalus viridis helleri. Unpublished M.A. thesis, University of California, Santa Barbara.
73. Schuett, Gordon W.;Buttenhoff, Paul A.;Duvall, David 1993. Corroborative evidence for the lack of spring-mating in certain populations of prairie rattlesnakes (Crotalus viridis). Herpetological Natural History 1 (1): 101-106
74. Sievert, J. 2002. Erfahrungen bei der Haltung und Nachzucht von Crotalus viridis cerberus (COUES 1875). Sauria 24 (3): 19-25
75. Sievert, J. 2002. Haltung und Zucht der Hopi-Klapperschlange Crotalus viridis nuntius KLAUBER 1935. Sauria 24 (4): 25-30
76. Smith, Hobart M.; Hammerson, Geoffrey A.; Chiszar, David; Ramotnik, Cindy 1993. Crotalus viridis viridis (Prairie rattlesnake). USA: Colorado. Herpetological Review 24 (4): 156
77. Smith, T. L., G. S. Bevelander and K. V. Kardong 2005. Influence of prey odor concentration on the poststrike trailing behavior of the Northern Pacific Rattlesnake. Herpetologica 61 (2): 111-115
78. Sparks, Alison M., Craig Lind and Emily N. Taylor. 2015. Diet of the northern Pacific rattlesnake (Crotalus o. oreganus) in California. Herpetological Review 46 (2): 161-165
79. Spinner, L. 2017. Die Klapperschlangen der USA in Natur und Terrarium Reptilia (Münster) 22 (124): 18-33
80. Starrett, Bryan L. 1993. Crotalus viridis helleri (southern pacific rattlesnake). Mexico: baja California Sur. Herpetological Review 24 (3): 109
81. Stebbins,R.C. 1985. A Field Guide to Western Reptiles and Amphibians, 2nd ed. Houghton Mifflin, Boston
82. Tanner, Vasco M. 1930. The amphibians and reptiles of Bryce Canyon National Park, Utah. Copeia 1930 (2): 41-43
83. Tanner, Vasco M.;Hayward, C. Lynn 1934. A biological study of the La Sal Mountains, Utah report No. 1 (Ecology). Proceedings of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters 11: 209-235
84. Wallach, Van; Kenneth L. Williams , Jeff Boundy 2014. Snakes of the World: A Catalogue of Living and Extinct Species. [type catalogue] Taylor and Francis, CRC Press, 1237 pp.
85. Werning, Heiko 2012. Die Reptilien und Amphibien des Südwestens. Draco 13 (50): 18-60
86. Werning, Heiko 2012. Der amerikanische Südwesten, ein Sehnsuchtsort auch für Reptilienfreunde. Draco 13 (50): 4-17
87. Wiseman, Kevin D. and Ben J. Kryzer. 2015. Crotalus oreganus (northern pacific rattlesnake) scavenging. Herpetological Review 46 (3): 445-446
88. Woodbury, A.M. 1958. The Name Crotalus viridis concolor Woodbury. Copeia 1958 (2): 151
89. Woodbury, Angus M. 1929. A new rattlesnake from Utah. Bulletin of the University of Utah 20 (6): 2-4
90. Woodbury, Angus M. 1951. On the correct name for the yellow rattle-snake from the Colorado River Basin. Bull. Zool. Nomenclature 6 (4): 99-100
91. Woodbury, Angus M. & Smith, H.M. 1951. On the correct trivial name of the yellow rattlesnake of the Colorado River Basin: Supplementary Note. Bull. Zool. Nomenclature 6 (4): 101-102
92. Woodbury, Angus M.;Hansen, Richard M. 1950. A snake den in Tintic Mountains, Utah. Herpetologica 6: 66-70
93. Wüster, W. & Bérnils, R.S. 2011. On the generic classification of the rattlesnakes, with special reference to the Neotropical Crotalus durissus complex (Squamata: Viperidae). ZOOLOGIA 28 (4): 417–419
94. Zweifel,R.G. 1952. Notes on the lizards of the Coronados Islands, Baja California, Mexico. Herpetologica 8: 9-11
Crotalus oreganus helleri
Copyright © Latoxan
Taxonomic Classification
  • Class : Reptilia
  • Order : Squamata
  • Suborder : Serpentes
  • Family : Viperidae
  • Subfamily :  Crotalinae
  • Genus :  Crotalus

LOGIN
Welcome, click here to   Login !




Adress:
ZA Les Auréats, 845 Avenue Pierre Brossolette
26800 PORTES lès VALENCE - FRANCE

Phone:
+33 475 419 191

Email:
latoxan[@]latoxan.com

Web link:
www.latoxan.com