The naturalist William Beebe embarked on a three-month expedition by sea in 1936 that took him from San Diego to Baja California to the Revillagigedo Archipelago off of Mexico, and during this journey, he collected bird, fish, invertebrate, and reptile samples that he sent to the American Museum of Natural History after he returned. One of those samples was a nightsnake from Isla Clarión.

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