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The long-nosed snakes of the genus Rhinocheilus

@article{Klauber1941TheLS,
  title={The long-nosed snakes of the genus Rhinocheilus},
  author={Laurence Monroe Klauber},
  journal={Transactions of the San Diego society of natural history},
  year={1941},
  volume={9},
  pages={289-332}
}
  • L. M. Klauber
  • Published 1941
  • Geography
  • Transactions of the San Diego society of natural history
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