2 edition of A new dipsadine snake of the genus Sibynomorphus from Peru found in the catalog.
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Journal of Toxicology Toxin Reviews 21 1-2 : 105-115. We compared the morphology and histochemistry of the infralabial glands of three goo-eater species of Southeast Brazil, Atractus reticulatus, Dipsas indica and Sibynomorphus mikanii.
Web of Science Citations: 26. Vier Bissfalle durch Colubriden Reptilia: Serpentes: Colubridae. 3 mm; head distinct from neck; snout short, blunt in dorsal and lateral outline; rostral 2. Here, we combine morphological analysis and molecular phylogenetics to revise generic and species limits within Dipsadini. gracilis the ground color of the light interspaces on body and tail is either completely light brown or light reddish white, gradually becoming reddish brown towards the center.
,COSTA, HENRIQUE C. QCAZ 9696, collected by Steven Poe on August 04, 2009 at 2. Squamate reptiles of the Atlantic Forest of northern Bahia, Brazil. Stopping the shuffle between families: six new colubroid snake families named. gracilis QCAZ 7322 Ecuador Pichincha Road to Mindo -0. Runs were stopped when the average standard deviation of split frequencies had reached 0.
DE OLIVEIRA, LEONARDO; DA COSTA PRUDENTE, ANA LUCIA; ZAHER, HUSSAM. The anterolateral portion of the jaw is formed by the dentary, which contains a row of about 22, slightly recurved teeth.
"Molecular phylogeny of the New World Dipsadidae Serpentes: Colubroidea : a reappraisal". andiana ZSFQ D116 186 90 15 15 15 2 10 10 453 149 M D. Bites and envenomations by colubrid snakes in Mexico and Central America.,DE OLIVEIRA, LEONARDO; GUERRA-FUENTES, RICARDO ARTURO; ZAHER, HUSSAM., FENKER, JESSICA; TEDESCHI, LEONARDO G.
Molecular phylogeny of advanced snakes Serpentes, Caenophidia with an emphasis on South American xenodontines: a revised classification and descriptions of new taxa. Fieldiana: Zoology 31: 439-465 -• In addition, a number of snake genera are likely to be dipsadines based on their morphology and geographic range, but because of the absence of genetic data and information about their closest relatives, they are considered genera and are not currently placed in a subgroup of the Dipsadinae.
Snakes, including an arrangement of African Colubridae. Criteria for common name designation are as proposed by Caramaschi et al.
However, they did not include molecular data in their analyses, and also failed to notice the geographically structured differences in the length of the body blotches and their relationship to the length of the interspaces.
Runs were stopped when the average standard deviation of split frequencies had reached 0.
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