Research & Collections

Jeffrey Beane

Scientific Publications

Beane, J. C.  1988.  Geographic distribution:  Regina rigida rigida.  Herpetological Review 19(3):60.

______.  1989.  Geographic distribution:  Hyla cinerea.  Herpetological Review 20(3):75.

______.  1990.  Geographic distribution:  Hyla cinerea.  Herpetological Review 21(2):37.

______.  1990.  Geographic distribution:  Hyla femoralis.  Herpetological Review 21(2):37.

______.  1990.  Geographic distribution:  Rhadinaea flavilata.  Herpetological Review 21(2):41-42.

______.  1990.  Rana palustris:  predation.  Herpetological Review 21(3):59.

______.  1992.  Geographic distribution:  Eurycea quadridigitata.  Herpetological Review 23(4):121-122.

______.  1993.  A survey of bog turtle (Clemmys muhlenbergii) habitat in the western Piedmont of North Carolina.  Bulletin of the Chicago Herpetological Society 28(11)240-242.

______.  1993.  Book review:  Ernst, Carl H.  1992.  Venomous Reptiles of North America.  The Association of Southeastern Biologists Bulletin 40(3):193.

______.  1995.  New distributional records for the star-nosed mole, Condylura cristata (Insectivora:  Talpidae), in North Carolina, with comments on its occurrence in the Piedmont region.  Brimleyana 22:77-86.

______.  1998.  New distributional records for reptiles from North Carolina.  Herpetological Review 29(1):56-58.

______.  1998.  Status of the river frog, Rana heckscheri (Anura:  Ranidae) in North Carolina.  Brimleyana 25:69-79.

______.  2005.  Amphiuma means:predation.  Herpetological Review 36(3):295.

______.  2006.  Sceloporus undulatus hyacinthinus:  fire avoidance behavior.  Herpetological Review 37(1):92.

______.  2006.  Deirochelys reticularia reticularia:  terrestrial refugium duration.  Herpetological Review 37(4):455-456.

______.  2009.  Notes on a dicephalic eastern ribbon snake, Thamnophis sauritus sauritus.  Bulletin of the Chicago Herpetological Society 44(1):1-3.

______.  2009.  Book review:  Dorcas, Mike, and Whit Gibbons.  2008.  Frogs and Toads of the Southeast.  Herpetological Review 40(3):376-377.

______.  2012.  Pituophis melanoleucus melanoleucus:  male-male combat.  Herpetological Review 43(2):349-350.

Beane, J. C., and S. L. Alford.  1989. Geographic distribution:  Rhadinaea flavilata.  Herpetological Review 20(3):76.

______.  1990.  Destruction of a pine warbler brood by an adult cowbird.  The Chat 54(3):85-87.

______.  1993.  Geographic distribution:  Ambystoma tigrinum tigrinum.  Herpetological Review 24(2):63.

______.  1993.  Geographic distribution:  Eurycea longicauda guttolineata.  Herpetological Review 24(2):63.

______.  1993.  Geographic distribution:  Hemidactylium scutatum.  Herpetological Review 24(2):63.

______.  1994.  Geographic distribution:  Apalone spinifera aspera.  Herpetological Review 25(1):32.

Beane, J. C., A. L. Braswell, J. C. Mitchell, W. M. Palmer, and J. R. Harrison III.  2010.  Amphibians and Reptiles of the Carolinas and Virginia, 2nd Edition, Revised and Updated.  University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill.  vii + 274 pp.

Beane, J. C., and J. E. Corey III.  2010.  New geographic distribution records for reptiles from North Carolina, USA.  Herpetological Review 41(3):388-391.

Beane, J. C., R. A. Davis, and L. T. Pusser.  2008.  Geographic distribution:  Trachemys scripta troostii.  Herpetological Review 39(4):482.

Beane, J. C., D. S. Dombrowski, D. W. Herman, J. P. Cecil, M. E. Dorcas, and S. D. Lindsay.  2001.  Geographic distribution:  Plethodon wehrlei.  Herpetological Review 32(3):189.

Beane, J. C., and K. E. Douglass.  2005.  Chrysemys picta picta:  predation.  Herpetological Review 36(3):310.

Beane, J. C., and R. W. Gaul, Jr.  1991.  Geographic distribution:  Ambystoma maculatum.  Herpetological Review 22(4):133.

Beane, J. C., and D. W. Herman.  1997.  Geographic distribution:  Hemidactylium scutatum.  Herpetological Review 28(3):155.

Beane, J. C., and E. L. Hoffman.  1995.  Geographic distribution:  Rana capito capito.  Herpetological Review 26(3):153.

______.  1997.  Geographic distribution:  Rana capito capito.  Herpetological Review 28(4):208.

Beane, J. C., E. L. Hoffman, and C. K. Cheshire.  1995.  Geographic distribution:  Ambystoma tigrinum tigrinum.  Herpetological Review 26(3):150.

Beane, J. C., K. R. Messenger, and D. L. Stephan.  2011.  Heterodon simus:  diet.  Herpetological Review 42(2):292.

Beane, J. C., and W. M. Palmer.  2006.  New distributional records for reptiles from North Carolina.  Herpetological Review 37(2):244-246.

Beane, J. C., and L. T. Pusser.  2005.  Bufo terrestris:  diet and scavenging behavior.  Herpetological Review 36(4):432.

______.  2006.  Rana heckscheri:  predation.  Herpetological Review 37(3):339.

______.  2006.  Geographic distribution:  Acris gryllus gryllus.  Herpetological Review 37(4):485.

______.  2006.  Geographic distribution:  Hyla femoralis.  Herpetological Review 37(4):488.

______.  2006.  Geographic distribution:  Hyla gratiosa.  Herpetological Review 37(4):488.

______.  2006.  Geographic distribution:  Hyla squirella.  Herpetological Review 37(4):488.

______.  2007.  Pituophis melanoleucus melanoleucus:  reproduction.  Herpetological Review 38(4):469.

Beane, J. C., L. T. Pusser, and R. A. Davis.  2009.  Geographic distribution:  Graptemys geographica.  Herpetological Review 40(4):449.

Beane, J. C., T. Pusser, F. Snow, K. V. Briggs, and D. J. Stevenson.  2011.  Geographic distribution:  Pseudotriton montanus.  Herpetological Review 42(3):384.

Beane, J. C., and A. B. Somers.  1993.  Geographic distribution:  Plethodon yonahlossee.  Herpetological Review 24(2):63.

______.  1993.  Geographic distribution:  Gyrinophilus porphyriticus.  Herpetological Review 24(3):107.

______.  1994.  Geographic distribution:  Plethodon wehrlei.  Herpetological Review 25(1):31.

______.  1994.  Geographic distribution:  Scincella lateralis.  Herpetological Review 25(1):33.

Beane, J. C., A. B. Somers, and J. R. Everhart.  1993.  Geographic distribution:  Clemmys muhlenbergii.  Herpetological Review 24(3):108.

Beane, J. C., W. C. Starnes, S. J. Fraley, and L. A. Williams.  2008.  Geographic distribution:  Necturus maculosus maculosus.  Herpetological Review 39(3):361.

Beane, J. C., and T. J. Thorp.  2004.  A southern hognose snake (Heterodon simus) of record size.  Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society 40(4):184-185.

______.  2007.  Size and longevity records for the southern hognose snake, Heterodon simus.  Bulletin of the Chicago Herpetological Society 42(12):193.

______.  2008.  Geographic distribution:  Nerodia erythrogaster erythrogaster.  Herpetological Review 39(2):242.

Beane, J. C., T. J. Thorp, and S. L. Alford.  2007.  Heterodon simus:  hibernacula.  Herpetological Review 38(4):467.

Beane, J. C., T. J. Thorp, and D. A. Jackan.  1998.  Heterodon simus:  diet.  Herpetological Review 29(1):44-45.

Beane, J. C., and P. R. Trail.  1991.  Scincella lateralis:  predation.  Herpetological Review 22(3):99.

Beane, J. C., and R. T. Zappalorti.  1997.  Clemmys muhlenbergii:  parasitism.  Herpetological Review 28(3):148-149.

Braswell, A. L., W. M. Palmer, and J. C. Beane.  2003.  Venomous Snakes of North Carolina.  North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences, Raleigh, NC.  32 pp.

Dorcas, M. E., S. J. Price, J. C. Beane, and S. C. Owen.  2007.  The Frogs and Toads of North Carolina:  Field Guide and Recorded Calls.  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh, NC.  80 pp. and CD.

Herman, D. W., and J. C. Beane.  1997.  Geographic distribution: Clemmys muhlenbergii.  Herpetological Review 28(3):156-157.

Moorman, C. E., and J. C. Beane.  2010.  Virginia valeriae valeriae:  predation.  Herpetological Review 41(1):101.

Saumure, R. A., and J. C. Beane.  2001.  Clemmys muhlenbergii:  ectoparasites.  Herpetological Review 32(1):38.

Somers, A. B., J. C. Beane, and D. W. Herman.  2000.  Geographic distribution:  Apalone spinifera spinifera.  Herpetological Review 31(3):183-184.

Stuart, B. L., J. C. Beane, W. M. Palmer, and A. L. Braswell.  2011.  The herpetology collection at the North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences.  Herpetological Review 42(3):336-338.

Woodward, D. K., P. D. Doerr, and J. Beane.  2003.  Status and ecology of the northern pine snake and southern hognose snake in the Sandhills region of North Carolina:  a research proposal.  Pp. 161-163 in:  Kush, J. S., comp.  2003.  Longleaf Pine:  A Southern Legacy Rising from the Ashes, Proceedings of the Fourth Longleaf Alliance Regional Conference; 2002 November 17-20; Southern Pines, NC.  Longleaf Alliance Report No. 6.

Unpublished Reports and “Gray Literature”

Beane, J. C.  1993.  A status survey of the river frog in North Carolina.  Final report.  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1998.  Heterodon simus (Linnaeus) (southern hognose snake).  Scientific Council report on the conservation of North Carolina amphibians and reptiles (A. L. Braswell and Committee).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1998.  Crotalus horridus Linnaeus (timber rattlesnake).  Scientific Council report on the conservation of North Carolina amphibians and reptiles (A. L. Braswell and Committee).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

Beane, J. C., and A. B. Somers.  1993.  A survey for bog turtles (Clemmys muhlenbergii) in the proposed Randleman Lake site, Randolph and Guilford counties, North Carolina.  Report to J. H. Carter and Associates Environmental Consultants, Southern Pines, NC.

Beane, J. C., and D. K. Woodward.  1989.  Pituophis melanoleucus melanoleucus (Daudin) (northern pine snake).  P. D59-D60 in Scientific Council report on the conservation of North Carolina amphibians and reptiles (A. L. Braswell and Committee).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

Gaddy, L. L., W. D. Chamberlain, and J. C. Beane.  1999.  Threatened and endangered species of Wright Brothers National Memorial, Kill Devil Hills, Dare County, North Carolina.  Final report.  Cape Hatteras National Seashore Archives, Manteo, NC.

Selected Popular Publications

Anderson, J., J. C. Beane, J. G. Hall, and C. Moorman.  2011.  Reptiles and amphibians in your backyard.  North Carolina Cooperative Extension.  AG-744.  8 pp.

Beane, J.  1992.  In the spotlight:  The North Carolina Herpetological Society.  The Vivarium 5(3):30.

______.  1995.  Wildlife profiles:  rat snake (Elaphe obsoleta).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1995.  Wildlife profiles:  eastern glass lizard (Ophisaurus ventralis).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1995.  Wildlife profiles:  common snapping turtle (Chelydra serpentina).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1995.  Wildlife profiles:  five-lined Skink (Eumeces fasciatus).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1996.  Wildlife profiles:  Neuse River waterdog (Necturus lewisi).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1996.  Wildlife profiles:  spring peeper (Pseudacris crucifer).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1996.  Wildlife profiles:  eastern coral snake (Micrurus fulvius).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1996.  Wildlife profiles:  southern leopard frog (Rana utricularia).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1997.  Wildlife profiles:  corn snake (Elaphe guttata).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1997.  Wildlife profiles:  green salamander (Aneides aeneus).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1997.  Wildlife profiles:  fence lizard (Sceloporus undulatus).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1997.  Wildlife profiles:  copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix).  North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh.

______.  1998.  Listening to amphibians.  Friend of Wildlife 45(1):16.

______.  1998.  Nature’s ways:  Stocking the pantry.  Wildlife in North Carolina 62(3):2-3.

______.  1998.  God’s ponds.  Wildlife in North Carolina 62(4):12-17.

______.  1998.  Nature’s ways:  Rattlesnake tails.  Wildlife in North Carolina 62(4):2-3.

______.  1998.  Nature’s ways:  The parasitic majority.  Wildlife in North Carolina 62(5):2-3.

______.  1998.  Nature’s ways:  Poisonous or venomous?  Wildlife in North Carolina 62(10):2-3.

______.  1999.  Salamander love, toad shenanigans, and assorted other winter wonders.  Friend of Wildlife 46(1):2-6.

______.  1999.  Nature’s ways:  Life in the basement.  Wildlife in North Carolina 63(2):2-3.

______.  1999.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 46(2):18.

______.  1999.  North Carolina wild notebook:  All-American alligator.  Wildlife in North Carolina 63(6):28-31.

______.  1999.  Big trouble!:  Eastern diamondback facts.  Wildlife in North Carolina 63(7):24.

______.  1999.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 46(3):16.

______.  1999.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Meet herpetologist Jeff Beane.  Wildlife in North Carolina 63(8):28-31.

______.  1999.  Nature’s ways:  Those confusing color phases.  Wildlife in North Carolina 63(9):2-3.

______.  1999.  Nature’s ways:  Fish that build gravel nests.  Wildlife in North Carolina 63(10):2-3.

______.  1999.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 47(4):18.

______.  2000.  Nature's ways:  A wing and a prayer.  Wildlife in North Carolina 64(2):2-3.

______.  2000.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Longleaf pine forests.  Wildlife in North Carolina 64(2):28-31.

______.  2000.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 48(1):22.

______.  2000.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Sunfish.  Wildlife in North Carolina 64(4):28-31.

______.  2000.  Nature's ways:  River pancakes.  Wildlife in North Carolina 64(5):2-3.

______.  2000.  Nature's ways:  Deciphering mimicry.  Wildlife in North Carolina 64(7):2-3.

______.  2000.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 48(2):16.

______.  2000.  Nature's ways:  The flipping beetles.  Wildlife in North Carolina 64(10):2-3.

______.  2000.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 48(3):18.

______.  2000.  Nature's ways:  Ice water in its veins.  Wildlife in North Carolina 64(12):2-3.

______.  2001.  Nature's ways:  Mad little catfish.  Wildlife in North Carolina 65(2):2-3.

______.  2001.  The Stick People.  Wildlife in North Carolina 65(2):14-19.

______.  2001.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 49(1):18.

______.  2001.  The science behind protection.  North Carolina Naturalist 9(1):2-8.

______.  2001.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 49(2):18.

______.  2001.  Nature's ways:  A little bit of Texas.  Wildlife in North Carolina 65(7):2-3.

______.  2001.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Mountain minnows.  Wildlife in North Carolina 65(8):28- 31.

______.  2001.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 49(3):16.

______.  2001.  Nature's ways:  Hot and cold running babies.  Wildlife in North Carolina 65(9):36.

______.  2001.  Nature's ways:  The changing leaves.  Wildlife in North Carolina 65(10):35.

______.  2002.  Nature's ways:  Babies in waiting.  Wildlife in North Carolina 66(1):36.

______.  2002.  Protecting the unpopular.  Wildlife in North Carolina 66(2):11.

______.  2002.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Singing frogs.  Wildlife in North Carolina 66(3):28-31.

______.  2002.  Nature’s ways:  A ssssixth ssssense.  Wildlife in North Carolina 66(4):36.

______.  2002.  Nature’s ways:  Long summer’s nap.  Wildlife in North Carolina 66(6):36.

______.  2002.  June beetle days.  Wildlife in North Carolina 66(7):14-17.

______.  2002.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Turtles of the coast.  Wildlife in North Carolina 66(7):28- 31.

______.  2002.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 50(2):8.

______.  2002.  Nature’s ways:  Eight arms and a brain.  Wildlife in North Carolina 66(10):36.

______.  2002.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 50(3):8.

______.  2002.  The toad before Christmas.  Wildlife in North Carolina 66(12):18-19.

______.  2002.  Nature’s ways:  Late bloomer.  Wildlife in North Carolina 66(12):36.

______.  2003.  Glass lizard tales.  Wildlife in North Carolina 67(2):24-27.

______.  2003.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Riparian zones and buffers.  Wildlife in North Carolina 67(3):28-31.

______.  2003.  Nature’s ways:  March of the love bugs.  Wildlife in North Carolina 67(3):36.

______.  2003.  Sultans of snap.  Wildlife in North Carolina 67(4):10-13.

______.  2003.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Age and growth in fishes.  Wildlife in North Carolina 67(5):28-31.

______.  2003.  Nature’s ways:  The littlest frog.  Wildlife in North Carolina 67(5):35.

______.  2003.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 51(1):12.

______.  2003.  Nature’s ways:  Racing stripes.  Wildlife in North Carolina 67(7):36.

______.  2003.  Nature’s ways:  The writing on the web.  Wildlife in North Carolina 67(8):33.

______.  2003.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 51(2):8.

______.  2003.  We three kings.  Wildlife in North Carolina 67(12):13-18.

______.  2003.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Herons and egrets.  Wildlife in North Carolina 67(12):28- 31.

______.  2004.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 52(1):8.

______.  2004.  The wildest day of the year.  Wildlife in North Carolina 68(4):16-19.

______.  2004.  The forest in the dunes.  Wildlife in North Carolina 68(7):8-13.

______.  2004.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Leapin’ lizards.  Wildlife in North Carolina 68(8):30-33.

______.  2004.  Bashful tiger.  Wildlife in North Carolina 68(12):10-15.

______.  2004.  Nature’s ways:  Are amphibians poisonous?  Wildlife in North Carolina 68(12):39.

______.  2004.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 52(3):8.

______.  2005.  Snapper’s kiss.  Pp. 206-207, In J. Bové (Ed.).  The Back Road to Crazy:  Stories from the Field.  University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.  240 pp.

______.  2005.  Dependence Day.  Pp. 220-223, In J. Bové (Ed.), The Back Road to Crazy:  Stories from the Field.  University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.  240 pp.

______.  2005.  That turtle ain’t right.  Wildlife in North Carolina 69(6):20-25.

______.  2005.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Some fish build nests, too.  Wildlife in North Carolina 69(6):30-33.

______.  2005.  Nature’s ways:  Is a turtle safe in its shell?  Wildlife in North Carolina 69(6):39.

______.  2005.  Dependence Day.  Vegetarian Times July/August 2005:82-83.

______.  2005.  Display the right way.  Wildlife in North Carolina 69(9):22-29.

______.  2005.  The season:  a guide to natural North Carolina.  Friend of Wildlife 53(1):8.

______.  2005.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Larval homes.  Wildlife in North Carolina 69(10):30-33.

______.  2005.  The frog nobody missed.  Wildlife in North Carolina 69(12):20-25.

______.  2005.  Nature’s ways:  How do frogs survive winter?  Wildlife in North Carolina 69(12):39.

______.  2006.  North Carolina wild notebook:  I, of newt.  Wildlife in North Carolina 70(2):30-33.

______.  2006.  Love skinks.  Wildlife in North Carolina 70(4):14-19.

______.  2006.  Nature’s ways:  How do skinks use their stripes?  Wildlife in North Carolina 70(4):39.

______.  2006.  A tale of two snouters.  Wildlife in North Carolina 70(11):12-17.

______.  2006.  Nature’s ways:  How can “playing dead” stop a predator?  Wildlife in North Carolina 70(11):39.

______.  2006.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, winter 2006.

______.  2006.  Herps in winter.  North Carolina Naturalist 14(3):2-5.

______.  2006.  Out for the count.  Wildlife in North Carolina 70(12):4-9.

______.  2007.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Fish form and function.  Wildlife in North Carolina 71(2):32-35.

______.  2007.  The secret frog.  Wildlife in North Carolina 71(4):10-15.

______.  2007.  Nature’s ways:  Is it better to be a generalist or a specialist?  Wildlife in North Carolina 71(4):39.

______.  2007.  For the love of goatsuckers.  Wildlife in North Carolina 71(6):4-9.

______.  2007.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, summer 2007:14.

______.  2007.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Living in the soil.  Wildlife in North Carolina 71(7):32-35.

______.  2007.  Coachwhip diary.  Wildlife in North Carolina 71(9):8-13.

______.  2007.  Nature’s ways:  How can snakes move so quickly without limbs?  Wildlife in North Carolina 71(9):39.

______.  2007.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Slippery as an eel.  Wildlife in North Carolina 71(11):32- 35.

______.  2007.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, winter 2007:14.

______.  2008.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Diverse darters.  Wildlife in North Carolina 72(3):32-35.

______.  2008.  Siren song.  Wildlife in North Carolina 72(4):16-19.

______.  2008.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Carolina toads.  Wildlife in North Carolina 72(5):32-35.

______.  2008.  Little big snake.  Wildlife in North Carolina 72(6):26-31.

______.  2008.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, summer 2008:14.

______.  2008.  North Carolina’s own.  Wildlife in North Carolina 72(11):20-27.

______.  2008.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, fall 2008:14.

______.  2008.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Evergreen forests.  Wildlife in North Carolina 72(12):32- 35.

______.  2009.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, winter 2009:14.

______.  2009.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, spring 2009:14.

______.  2009.  Frogs in trees.  Wildlife in North Carolina 73(7):14-10.

______.  2009.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Shark talk.  Wildlife in North Carolina 73(7):32-35.

______.  2009.  Nature’s ways:  How can frogs jump so far without injury?  Wildlife in North Carolina 73(7):39.

______.  2009.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, summer 2009:14.

______.  2009.  North Carolina wild notebook:  They got legs.  Wildlife in North Carolina 73(8):32-35.

______.  2009.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Planet Beetle.  Wildlife in North Carolina 73(10):32-35.

______.  2009.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, fall 2009:14.

______.  2010.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, winter 2010:17.

______.  2010.  Portraits of diversity:  Reptiles.  Wildlife in North Carolina 74(5):20-25.

______.  2010.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, spring 2010:14.

______.  2010.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Staying in school.  Wildlife in North Carolina 74(7):32-35.

______.  2010.  Survival tactics.  Fifteen501 5(3):72-73.

______.  2010.  Survival tactics.  Wake Living 5(3):82.

______.  2010.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Horde of the flies.  Wildlife in North Carolina 74(9):32-35.

______.  2010.  Map quest.  Wildlife in North Carolina 74(11):4-9.

______.  2010.  Grossing out predators.  North Carolina Naturalist 18(2):4-5.

______.  2010.  Portraits of diversity:  Amphibians.  Wildlife in North Carolina 74(12):20-25.

______.  2011.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, winter 2011:13.

______.  2011.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Strange bays indeed.  Wildlife in North Carolina 75(2):32- 35.

______.  2011.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, spring 2011:14.

______.  2011.  North Carolina wild notebook:  When the going gets tough.  Wildlife in North Carolina 75(7):36-39.

______.  2011.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, summer 2011:14.

______.  2011.  North Carolina wild notebook:  Turtle in a box.  Wildlife in North Carolina 75(8):36-39.

______.  2011.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, fall 2011:14.

______.  2012.  Hell bent.  Wildlife in North Carolina 76(3):18-23.

______.  2012.  The season:  Jeff Beane’s guide to natural North Carolina.  North Carolina Wildlife Federation Journal, spring 2012:14.

Beane, J. C.  2009.  Baptism by mud.  Pp. 15-19, In J. K. Reaser (Ed.), Courting the Wild:  Love Affairs with Reptiles and Amphibians.  Hiraeth Press, San Francisco.  230 pp.

Dunn, M., and J. Beane.  2007.  The frog—and toad—chorus.  Fifteen501 2(2):81.

Dunn, M., and J. Beane.  2007.  The frog—and toad—chorus.  Wake Living 2(2):84-85.

Additional

Numerous articles in various newsletters, especially NC Herps (the North Carolina Herpetological Herpetological Society newsletter), from 1983 to 2012 (vols. 6-35).  Miscellaneous other items in Wingbeats (newsletter of Wake Audubon Society), Friends of the North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences Newsletter, Michigan Herpetologist (newsletter of the Michigan Herpetological Society), Notes from NOAH(newsletter of the Northern Ohio Association of Herpetologists), ToadTimes (newsletter of the Central Indiana Frog Watchers), and Sandhills Natural History Society Newsletter.

Text for the color posters “Lizards of North Carolina” (1993), “Snakes of North Carolina:  Livebearers” (1994, revised 2002), “Snakes of North Carolina:  Egg-layers” (1995, revised 2002), “Frogs of North Carolina:  Part I—the Hylids” (1998), “Frogs of North Carolina:  Part II—the True Frogs and Toads” (1999), "Salamanders of North Carolina:  Part I" (2001), "Salamanders of North Carolina:  Part II (2001), and "Salamanders of North Carolina:  Part III" (2002), produced jointly by the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission and the North Carolina Herpetological Society.

Published Photographs

1993.  Lizards of North Carolina (poster, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission).
1995.  Snakes of North Carolina:  Egg-layers (poster, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission).
1997.  North Carolina Naturalist 5(2):5.
1999.  North Carolina Naturalist 7(1):9.
2001.  Salamanders of North Carolina:  Part I (poster, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission).
2001.  North Carolina Naturalist 9(1):1.
2001.  North Carolina Naturalist 9(1):2.
2001.  North Carolina Naturalist 9(1):6.
2001.  North Carolina Naturalist 9(1):7.
2001.  Salamanders of North Carolina:  Part II (poster, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission).
2001.  Martin, M.  A Long Look at Nature.  University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill (p. 103).
2002.  Salamanders of North Carolina:  Part III (poster, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission).
2002.  Snakes of North Carolina:  Egg-layers (poster, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission).
2004.  Dorcas, M. E.  A Guide to the Snakes of North Carolina.  Davidson College, Davidson, NC (p. 4).
2006.  Wildlife in North Carolina 70(4):18.
2006.  Wildlife in North Carolina 70(11):15.
2007.  Dorcas, M. E., S. J. Price, J. C. Beane, and S. C. Owen.  The Frogs and Toads of North Carolina. 
North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, Raleigh, NC (pp. 13, 19).
2008.  Virginia Wildlife 69(5):11.
2010.  Beane, J. C., A. L. Braswell, J. C. Mitchell, W. M. Palmer, and J. R. Harrison III.  Amphibians and
Reptiles of the Carolinas and Virginia, 2nd Edition, Revised and Updated.  University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill (pp. xi-vii, 175, 195, 218).
2010.  Fifteen501 5(3):72.
2010.  Wake Living 5(3):82.
2010.  North Carolina Naturalist 18(2):4.
2010.  North Carolina Naturalist 18(2):5.
2011.  Smithsonian 42(2):20.
2012.  Wildlife in North Carolina 76(3):23.
2012.  Herpetological Review 43(2):349.

Also, numerous photographs published in various newsletters, including NC Herps (newsletter of the North Carolina Herpetological Society), Sandhills Natural History Society Newsletter, Wingbeats (newsletter of Wake Audubon Society), Friends of the North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences Newsletter, and NC Wildlifer (newsletter of North Carolina chapter of The Wildlife Society).

Other publications in press and in preparation.