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Categorización del estado de conservación de las lagartijas y anfisbenas de la República Argentina
Luego de la elaboracion de la primera lista roja de la herpetofauna de la Republica Argentina,realizada en el ano 2000, son numerosos los cambios y estudios efectuados en los diferentesgrupos deExpand
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Cranial Anatomy of Euspondylus acutirostris (Squamata: Gymnophthalmidae) and Its Placement in a Modern Phylogenetic Hypothesis
The genus Euspondylus has been considered as a «waste basket» of all microteiids that do not belong to other genera. Therefore, there is a suspicion that the genus may be non-monophyletic.Expand
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On the Validity of Several Argentinian Species of Amphisbaena (Squamata, Amphisbaenidae)
Abstract I address some taxonomic issues created by previous perceptions of species' boundaries in Amphisbaena from southern South America, including specimens with intermediate characteristics. InExpand
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The skull of Vanzosaura rubricauda (Squamata: Gymnophthalmidae)
Guerra, C. and Montero, R. 2008. The skull of Vanzosaura rubricauda (Squamata: Gymnophthalmidae). — Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) 89 : 000‐000. A detailed description of the cranial osteology andExpand
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Ciclo espermatogénico de dos especies de Telmatobius del Noroeste Argentino
Se analizan, desde un punto de vista histologico, el ciclo espermatogenico de Telmatobius laticeps y T. pisanoi. Las observaciones han podido ser cuantificadas mediante la aplicacion de unaExpand
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New Two-Pored Amphisbaena (Squamata: Amphisbaenidae)from Argentina
Abstract A new two-pored Amphisbaena is described from Formosa and Corrientes provinces of Argentina. The new species has a faint autotomy annulus (with a fracture plane) and two cicatricialExpand
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Chemical Prey Discrimination of Termites in Amphisbaena heterozonata (Reptilia: Squamata): A Learned Trait?
Abstract Little is known about the diet of many amphisbaenians and even less about their prey preferences in part because of their fossorial habits. We used the tongue-flicking behavior of anExpand
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