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The genus Liolaemus comprises more than 260 species and can be divided in two subgenera: Eulaemus and Liolaemus sensu stricto. In… Expand The genus Liolaemus was split in two subgenera, Liolaenus sensu stricto and Eulaemus. Inside the Liolaemus sensu stricto subgenus… Expand The Coromandel Coast of India and northwestern dry zone of the adjacent island of Sri Lanka share several herpetofaunal taxa… Expand This paper reports on and discusses the findings of a herpetofaunal survey of the San Sebastian Peninsula, Vilankulo, Mozambique… Expand In animals that display acoustically, males may use the presence of conspecifics to choose optimal times for display, and in… Expand Three hundred and thirty-three patients admitted to Eshowe Hospital with snakebite were analysed. Forty-one were non-envenomed… Expand Cases of snakebite envenomation are frequently presented to veterinary practitioners in southern Africa. Despite this, no… Expand Cases of snakebite envenomation are frequently presented to veterinary practitioners in southern Africa. Despite this, no… Expand Laboratory studies of terrestrial–breeding frogs have demonstrated that wetter substrates produce fitter offspring but the… Expand : The burrowing asp, Atractaspis bibronii, causes a significant proportion of cases of snakebite near Empangeni, Natal. Data from… Expand