Riqueza e dieta de serpentes do Estado do Acre, Brasil

@inproceedings{Silva2010RiquezaED,
  title={Riqueza e dieta de serpentes do Estado do Acre, Brasil},
  author={Marilene Rosa Nogueira da Silva and Mois{\'e}s Barbosa de Souza and Paulo S{\'e}rgio Bernarde},
  year={2010}
}
Estudos amplos sobre comunidades que apresentam listas de especies de serpentes na Amazonia brasileira foram desenvolvidos principalmente na regiao de Manaus (AM), Para e Rondonia. Devido a carencia de informacoes sobre a ofiofauna no Acre, o presente trabalho tem como objetivo contribuir para o conhecimento das serpentes desse estado, fornecendo uma lista de especies e informacoes sobre a dieta de algumas. Examinamos 303 especimes de serpentes procedentes do Acre depositados na Colecao… Expand
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