Estudio de la capacidad ofiofaga y la resistencia de la zopilota (Clelia clelia, Colubridae) de Costa Rica a los venenos de serpiente

@article{Cerdas1982EstudioDL,
  title={Estudio de la capacidad ofiofaga y la resistencia de la zopilota (Clelia clelia, Colubridae) de Costa Rica a los venenos de serpiente},
  author={Luis Cerdas and Bruno Lomonte},
  journal={Toxicon},
  year={1982},
  volume={20},
  pages={936-939}
}
Natural history of the terciopelo Bothrops asper (Serpentes: Viperidae) in Costa Rica.
  • M. Sasa, D. Wasko, W. Lamar
  • Environmental Science
    Toxicon : official journal of the International Society on Toxinology
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DIET AND FEEDING BEHAVIOR OF THE MUSSURANA (Clelia clelia, SERPENTES: DIPSADIDAE) IN COSTA RICA: REPORT OF FIVE CASES
TLDR
A series of predation events by the ophiophagous snake Clelia clelia (Serpentes: Dipsadidae) from different regions of Costa Rica are presented and the strategy used to hunt and subdue the prey is commented on.

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