February 3, 2009

Reptiles and Amphibians


 

Read:

http://books.google.com/booksvid=OCLC00987014&id=oZeaQoPbwoYC&pg=PT1&lpg=PT1&dq=

harrington+ethnozoology&as_brr=1#PPA40,M1

      Read:  pp. 1-12, 46-53

Ortiz, editor. Handbook of North American Indians:  pp.296-316  (Reserve)

 

 

                                                    Lecture Outline

 Reptiles

          Lizard                ts’e\awhîn

            Skink, (large) lizard               k’oduu                                    escurpion (Sp)

            Horned “toad”                        kohin                                  camaleon (Sp)

            Striped lizard                          whípá¶yây

            Collared lizard (Crotaphyus sp.)  ??

            Common spotted lizard (Holbrookia sp.)  ??

            Small scaled swift (Uta sp.)    ts’edawhin

                        ??                                 tsoode

                        ??                                 tsaawhiyay

Alligator                                  kayiman                                   calliman (Sp)

 Snake                pØ­yüü

            Bull snake                               mamûn

            Whip snake (red racer)                                 péesûu

            Water snake                           p’oe pØ­yüü               

Water snake                           p’omáwhíbégéh

             ?? (unknown)                                    ‘usidi

    Blue racer (?)                        nan pØ­yüü         nandaa (SI)

             ??                                   tsin pØ­yüü  (basalt snake)

            Rattlesnake                             wh¼np³ü    (tail rattle)                  vibora (Sp)

            Horned serpent                       “awanyu”         p’oe anyu

            Other snakes

            Garter snake                                ??

            Western hog nose                       ??

            ?? (unknown)          pØ­yüüphéndi          (snake black)

                

          Turtle or tortoise                      oekuu

            Yellow turtle shell                  tsá\ámú ts’áy

Amphibians                 ?? phenp’owhîn

           Salamander     pŸhwh­­

                        Tiger salamander       p’Ÿhwh­­

                        Many-ribbed salamander       p’Ÿhwh­­

           Frog (bullfrog)               phenp’owhîn (OO)                 o kwan (SC)

            Tadpole           phenk’uké\éh (OO)       p’oesaké\éh or penpuké\éh (SI)

            Green (leopard) frog             phenp’owhîn              

          Toad                  phenp’owhîn (OO)

            Rocky Mountain toad              phenp’owhîn

 

 

 

February 5, 2008 Reading Assignment

 

Ortiz, editor. Handbook of North American Indians:  pp.317-335 (Reserve)

http://books.google.com/books?vid=OCLC00987014&id=oZeaQoPbwoYC&pg=PT1&lpg=PT1&dq=harrington+ethnozoology&as_brr=1

  Read pp.  54-56; 60-68

http://museum.utep.edu/chih/chklist/fish/fish.htm

     Read and note how the fish fauna has changed and which fish are introduced.

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                                       

 Tewa