A New Rhinotyphlops from Southeastern Turkey (Serpentes: Typhlopidae)

@inproceedings{Franzen2002ANR,
  title={A New Rhinotyphlops from Southeastern Turkey (Serpentes: Typhlopidae)},
  author={M. Franzen and V. Wallach},
  year={2002}
}
Abstract A new species, closely related to Rhinotyphlops simoni of Jordan and Israel, is described. With this species from the Euphrates River Valley in southeastern Turkey, the R. simoni species group increases to eight taxa (four species in west-central Africa, two species in northeastern Africa, and two species in the Middle East). 
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