Corrigenda: Davis DR, LaDuc TJ (2018) Amphibians and reptiles of C. E. Miller Ranch and the Sierra Vieja, Chihuahuan Desert, Texas, USA. ZooKeys 735:97–130.
expand article infoDrew R. Davis, Travis J. LaDuc§
‡ University of South Dakota, Vermillion, United States of America
§ The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, United States of America
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In our recently published checklist, we mislabeled one of the species of lizards in Figure 6. In error, we listed Figure 6D as a Chihuahuan Spotted Whiptail (Aspidoscelis exsanguis) instead of the correct identification as a Little Striped Whiptail (Aspidoscelis inornata). Additionally, on 6 February 2018 (ironically, the date this manuscript was published), we received a photographic voucher of an adult Eastern Patch-nosed Snake (Salvadora grahamiae) from the Miller family (Jill Miller), taken from the lechuguilla-beargrass association on the top of a mesa in the Sierra Vieja (TNHC 107584). This new voucher reduces the number of species not detected from the historic 1948 survey from three to two.