3 edition of The neotropical colubrid snake genus Liophis found in the catalog.
The neotropical colubrid snake genus Liophis
James Ray Dixon
|Statement||by James R. Dixon.|
|Series||Contributions in biology and geology ;, no 31|
|LC Classifications||QL666.O636 D58 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||82159068|
INTRODUCTION. This is a study in which we originally set out to discover the affinities of two South American snakes. One was an unnamed species from the upper Amazon drainage of Peru and Ecuador; the other was Rhadinaea steinbachi Boulenger () of east-central Bolivia—a snake not assignable to any currently defined genus (fide Myers, 22).). These are small slender colubrids that. The Neotropical colubrid genus Rhadinaea had an unstable taxonomic history until , when Myers () defined the genus and subdivided it into eight well-defined species groups. This lack of revisitation of this group of snakes is due largely to the excellent and clear manner in which Myers defined the.
FAMILY: COLUBRIDAE, COLUBRIDS Genus: Ahaetulla, formerly Dryophis, vine snakes Genus: Liophis (Central and South America, the Caribbean) Liophis albiceps* Liophis albiventris see L. epinephelus ssp. Masticophis mentovarius ssp.* Neotropical whip snake Masticophis pulchericeps*. The genus Leptodeira, consisting of ten species, is a member of the colubrid family of snakes commonly referred to as cat-eyed snakes. The species are native to primarily Mexico and Central America, but range as far north as the southern tip of Texas and Author: William E. Duellman.
Observation Metrics; Total Observations: 82, Total Observers: 2, Current Year: 6, Total Countries: Mobile App Entries: 19, Browser Entries: 14, Liophis reginae Royal Ground Snake. Facebook. Twitter. Kingdom Animalia animals. Animalia: information (1) Genus Liophis. Liophis: pictures (6) Species Liophis reginae Royal Ground Snake. While ADW staff and contributors provide references to books and websites that we believe are reputable, we cannot necessarily endorse the contents of.
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Liophis is a former genus of New World colubrid snakes. They have a wide range of nondescript and local names, among these "water snakes", "mapepires", "corals" or "racers". Taxonomy and systematics. The status of the genus Liophis on the mainland of South America is highly uncertain, and some authorities assign some species to the genera Dromicus, Erythrolamprus, Leimadophis, Taxon identifiers: Wikidata: Q, Wikispecies:.
Get this from a library. The neotropical colubrid snake genus Liophis: the generic concept. [James Ray Dixon]. The Neotropical Colubrid Snake Genus Liophis: The Eastern Caribbean Complex JAMES R. DIXON The species inhabitating the islands of the eastern Caribbean area are rede-fined, illustrated and, in addition, Liophis triscalis is included because it seems to have an affinity with the island species and not the mainland species.
Liophis. Liophis reginae, commonly known as the high woods coral, is a species of colubrid snake endemic to northern South America. species of reptile. Erythrolamprus reginae. edit Liophis × ; KB. 0 references. taxon name. Erythrolamprus reginae. 1 reference. Prey item of 20 species of the neotropical colubrid snake genus Liophis.
Murphy, Gustavo Scrocchi, Marco A. However, variations in diet composition among populations from these areas may be a result of sampling biases caused by the geographical.
20 species of the Neotropical colubrid snake genus. This note describes the observation of a specimen of the colubrid snake Liophis lineatus that swallowed a co-specific individual after.
The genus Pseustes Fitzinger, is composed of three recognized species, Pseustes poecilonotus, P. shropshirei and P. sulphureus, which may be the largest sized colubrid snake in the New World.
Dixon, J. The neotropical colubrid snake genus Liophis. The generic concept. Milwaukee Public Museum Contributions in Biology and Geology ; Dixon, James R.
A key and checklist to the neotropical snake genus Liophis with country lists and maps. Smithsonian Herp. Inf. Serv. (79): - get paper here. Common swamp snake (Liophis reginae) – Image.
Diet and feeding behavior of the Neotropical parrot snake Leptophis ahaetulla in northern Brazil. New southern record of Erythrolamprus reginae Linnaeus, Serpentes: Besides anurans, two lizards of Gymnophthalmidae two species were also found.
The snakes of Trinidad and Tobago. Dixon, J.R. The neotropical colubrid snake genus Liophis: the eastern Caribbean complex. Copeia (2): - get paper here; Dixon, James R. A key and checklist to the neotropical snake genus Liophis with country lists and maps.
Smithsonian Herp. Inf. Serv. (79): - get paper here; Garman, S. A new species of the genus Urotheca (Serpentes: Colubridae) from Venezuela. Breviora 1–5. BHL Reference page.
Dixon, J.R. The neotropical colubrid snake genus Liophis. The generic concept. Contributions in Biology and Geology. Milwaukee Public Museum 1– The Liophis cobella Group of the Neotropical Colubrid Snake Genus Liophis JAMES R. DIXON Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, Texas A&M University, College Station, TexasUSA ABSTRACT.
- The Liophis cobella group consists. Dixon, J.R. () The neotropical colubrid snake genus Liophis: the eastern Caribbean complex.: Copeia (2): Dixon, James R.
() A key and checklist to the neotropical snake genus Liophis with country lists and maps. DIET OF THE COLUBRID SNAKE, Thamnodynastes strigatus (GÜNTHER, (Vitt,).
Despite its high toxicity, presence of species of the genus Bufo in the diet of neotropical colubrids is recorded for some species, particularly for Prey items of 20 species of the Neotropical colubrid snake genus Liophis.
Herpetol. Rev., Common swamp snake (Liophis reginae) – Image. Foraging theory and prey-size-predator-size relations in snakes, p. Snakes of the World: Two hypotheses lio;his explain these results: The Reptiles of Paraguay: Ecology of an anuran-eating guild of terrestrial tropical snakes.
Squamate reptiles of the Atlantic Forest of northern Bahia, Brazil. An Liophis dilepis in uska species han Colubridae nga ginhulagway ni Edward Drinker Cope hadton An Liophis dilepis in nahilalakip ha genus nga Liophis, ngan familia nga Colubridae. Ginklasipika han IUCN an species komo diri gud kababarak-an.
Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. ; ; A monograph of the colubrid snakes of the genus Elaphe, Fitzinger [Schulz, Klaus-Dieter with Andre Entzeroth, Drawings by the author, A.
Gumprecht & T. Smith] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A monograph of the colubrid snakes of the genus Elaphe, FitzingerReviews: 1. The Liophis cobella group of the Neotropical colubrid snake genus Liophis. Journal of Herpetology 17(2): Dixon, J.R.
A key and checklist to the Neotropical snake genus Liophis with country lists and maps. Smithsonian Herpetological Information Service ABSTRACT. -- The South American colubrid snake, Liophis poecilogyrus (Wied), is redescribed, its range redefined, and 27 names are listed as synonyms.
Geographic variation of morphological characters in more than specimens is complex, with patterns of discordance commonly observed.
Phylogenetic analyses support recognition of several species within two widespread Neotropical snake taxa that have J.R. DixonA key and checklist to the neotropical snake genus Liophis with country lists and S.P. LailvauxA species-level phylogeny of extant snakes with description of a new colubrid subfamily and genus.
PLOS ONE, 11 (. The Liophis cobella group of the neotropical Colubrid snake Genus Liophis. Journal of Herpetology Dixon, J. R. R. A. Thomas. A new species of South American water snake (Genus Liophis) from Southeastern Brazil. Herpetologica Dixon, J. R. C. P. Kofron. The Central and South American anomalepid snakes of the.Global Biodiversity Information Facility.
Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data.GENUS. Aeluroglena (Somali snakes), Ahaetulla (Asian vine/whip snakes), Aprosdoketophis (Andreoni snakes), Archelaphe (Burmese rat snakes), Argyrogena (Banded racers), Arizona (Glossy snakes), Bamanophis (Dorr's racer), Bogertophis (Baja California rat snake), Boiga (Cat snakes), Cemophora (Scarlet snakes), Chapinophis (Sierra de las Minas snakes), Chilomeniscus (Sand snakes).