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Dipsadinae

 
National Institutes of Health

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2018
2018
ABSTRACT This is a case report of a bite by an Opisthoglyphous snake Thamnodynastes pallidus (Linnaeus, 1758) in an undergraduate… Expand
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2017
2017
Neotropical "goo-eating" dipsadine snakes display a set of morphological and histo-chemical adaptations linked to the capture of… Expand
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2009
Highly Cited
2009
Lineage diversification in the Neotropics is an interesting topic in evolutionary biology but is also one of the least understood… Expand
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2009
2009
The genus Dipsas includes approximately 32 species, distributed from Mexico to South America (Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay… Expand
2007
2007
Abstract Dipsas nicholsi has been known from a handful of specimens collected during the final three-quarters of the 20th century… Expand
2005
2005
Atractus albuquerquei Cunha and Nascimento, 1983 was previously known from a holotype from eastern Para, and 15 specimens from… Expand
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2005
2005
Revision Taxonomica Y Biogeografica (Con Descripcion De Cinco Nuevas Especies) Del Genero Atractus (Colubridae: Dipsadinae) En… Expand
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2003
2003
Abstract The hemipenes of seven species of Atractus (Atractus emigdioi, Atractus major, Atractus mariselae, Atractus poeppigi… Expand
2003
2003
Three specimens of Atractus natans were found during fieldwork in the “Reserva Mamiraua”, Amazonas and a fourth one in the… Expand
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1961
Highly Cited
1961
 
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