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West Indian xenodontine colubrid snakes: their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography

Vincent J. Maglio

West Indian xenodontine colubrid snakes: their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography

by Vincent J. Maglio

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Published by Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West Indies.
    • Subjects:
    • Colubridae.,
    • Snakes -- West Indies.

    • Edition Notes

      Statement[by] Vincent J. Maglio.
      SeriesBulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University, v. 141, no. 1, Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology ;, v. 141, no. 1.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQL666.O6 M22
      The Physical Object
      Pagination53 p.
      Number of Pages53
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5202158M
      LC Control Number75026605

      HERPETOLOGICAL NOTES WILEY, J. E., AND L. F. MEISNER. Synergistic effect of TPA and T-cell mitogens in non-mam-malian vertebrates. In Vitro Magliophis exiguum [2] är en ormart som beskrevs av Cope Magliophis exiguum ingår i släktet Magliophis och familjen snokar. [3] [4] Utöver nominatformen finns också underarten M. e. exiguum.[3]Arten förekommer på Puerto Rico och på lägger ägg. [4]Källor. a b; a b; a b.

      Pertinent Literature. Maglio () discussed origin, phy- logeny, and zoogeography. Schwartz () characterized A. ariomul~rs as an islandwide form. Ducorday (I98 I) discussed the ecology ofA. crr~ori~alrts on Isla Beata. Henderson and Sajdak () noted distribution in relation to . Espesye sa bitin ang Arrhyton ning gihulagway ni Cope Ang Arrhyton exiguum sakop sa kahenera nga Arrhyton sa kabanay nga Colubridae. Usa ka matang nga nahiubos niini atong makita A. e. exiguum.. Ang mga gi basihan niini. ;

      West Indian xenodontine colubrid snakes: Their. probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography. Bull. Mus. Most West Indian snakes of the family Dipsadidae belong to the Subfamily Xenodontinae. West Indian xenodontine colubrid snakes: their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Phylogeny and zoogeography of salmoniform fishes and relationships of Lepidogalaxias salamandroides. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History pp. Rossman, D. A. J. R. Dixon.


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WEST INDIAN XENODONTINE COLUBRID SNAKES; THEIR PROBABLE ORIGIN, PHYLOGENY, AND ZOOGEOGRAPHY. Paperback – January 1, by V. Maglio (Author), Maps Drawings (Illustrator) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: V. Maglio. West Indian Xenodontine Colubrid Snakes: Their Probable Origin, Phylogeny, and Zoogeography,Bulletin of the Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology, (1):37 figures.

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West Indian xenodontine colubrid snakes: their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography. Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology Author: Andrew Durso. West Indian xenodontine colubrid snakes: their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography. West Indian xenodontines (including endemic genera and members of the genus Alsophis) appear to form a monophyletic group belonging to the South American clade.

Their mid-Cenozoic origin by dispersal using ocean currents is supported. Within South American mainland xenodontines, the tribes Hydropsini, Pseudoboini, and Xenodontini are by: West Indian Xenodontine colubrid snakes: Their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography.

Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harvard (1): - get paper here; Mougey, Krista and Gad Perry. Alsophis portoricensis anegadae (Puerto Rican racer) diet / cannibalism. Herpetological Review 46 (3): - get paper here; O’Shea, M.

The. Crother, Brian I. PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS AMONG WEST INDIAN XENODONTINE SNAKES (SERPENTES; COLUBRIDAE) WITH COMMENTS ON THE PHYLOGENY OF SOME MAINLAND XENODONTINES. Maglio, Vincent J.

West Indian Xenodontine colubrid snakes: Their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Harvard (1): 1. phylogenetic relationships among west indian xenodontine snakes (serpentes; colubridae) with comments on the phylogeny of some mainland xenodontines.

Contemporary Herpetology 2 - get paper here González, Adonis and Manuel Iturriaga. Crother, Brian I. PHYLOGENETIC RELATIONSHIPS AMONG WEST INDIAN XENODONTINE SNAKES (SERPENTES; COLUBRIDAE) WITH COMMENTS ON THE PHYLOGENY OF SOME MAINLAND XENODONTINES. Contemporary Herpetology 2 - get paper here; González, Adonis and Manuel Iturriaga.

Geographical Distribution: Arrhyton taeniatum. West Indian xenodontine colu- brid snakes: Their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. () SAJDAK, R.

A., AND R. HENDERSON. Notes on the eggs and young of Antillophis parvifrons sty- gius (Reptilia, Serpentes, Colubridae). Father Sanchez's Web Site of West Indian Natural History; IUCN Red List. PDF | On Aug 2,Jean-Claude Rage published Phylogeny and origin of snakes.

| Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. A contribution to the zoogeography of the West Indies, with especial reference to amphibians and reptiles. West Indian xenodontine colubrid snakes: their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography.

Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool. Powell, R. and R.W. Henderson. A brief history of West Indian herpetology, p. In R. Powell. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. Atractus is the most speciose alethinophidian snake genus, with about valid species, most of them known only from their type specimens (Myers ;Passos et al.

;Passos & Fernandes Barbour, T. 1 91 4. A contribution to the zoogeography of the West Indies, with especial reference to am- phibians and reptiles.

Mem. Mus. Comp. mong West Indian xenodontine snakes (Ser- pentes; Colubridae) with comments on the phylo- West lndian xenodontine colubrid snakes: their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoo- geography.

Bull. Approximately Hispaniolan colubrid snakes representing six genera and eight species were examined for prey remains (Alsophis cantherigerus, Antillophis parvifrons, Darlingtonia haetiana, Hypsirhynchus ferox, Ialtris dorsalis, Uromacer catesbyi, U.

frenatus, and U. oxyrhynchus). The snakes were collected at many localities over a span of 80 years. V.J. MaglioWest Indian xenodontine colubrid snakes: their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography Bulletin of the Museum of .West Indian xenodontine colubrid snakes: their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography.

Bulletin of the Museum of Comparative Zoology .West Indian xenodontine colubrid snakes: their probable origin, phylogeny, and zoogeography VolumePage 1 The milliped family Conotylidae in North America, with a description of the new family Adritylidae (Diplopoda: Chordeumida).