Serpentes do Estado de Rondônia, Brasil

@article{Bernarde2012SerpentesDE,
  title={Serpentes do Estado de Rond{\^o}nia, Brasil},
  author={Paulo S{\'e}rgio Bernarde and Saymon De Albuquerque and Thiago De Oliveira Barros and Luiz Carlos Batista Turci},
  journal={Biota Neotropica},
  year={2012},
  volume={12},
  pages={154-182}
}
The present study aimed to update the snake species list of the state of Rondonia based on a literature review, and to provide information on species distribution in the state. A total of 118 snake species from eight families have been recorded in Rondonia: Leptotyphlopidae (4 species), Typhlopidae (1), Aniliidae (1), Boidae (6), Colubridae (21), Dipsadidae (67), Elapidae (9) and Viperidae (9). Of these, 109 species were recorded in areas of amazon forest and 27 in cerrado areas. The observed… Expand
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