3 edition of Hispaniolan boas of the genus Epicrates (Serpentes, Boidae) and their Antillean relationships found in the catalog.
Hispaniolan boas of the genus Epicrates (Serpentes, Boidae) and their Antillean relationships
Bruce R. Sheplan
|Other titles||Hispaniolan boas of the genus Epicrates (Serpentes, Boidae) ...|
|Statement||Bruce R. Sheplan and Albert Schwartz.|
|Series||Annals of Carnegie Museum ;, v. 45, article 5, Annals of the Carnegie Museum ;, v. 45, article 5.|
|Contributions||Schwartz, Albert, 1923- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .P7 vol. 45, art. 5, QL666.O63 .P7 vol. 45, art. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 57-143 :|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||81470674|
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(Homalochilus striatus, new species, pp. – + Plate II, Figures 2a & 2b). (in German). Sheplan BR, Schwartz A (). "Hispaniolan Boas of the genus Epicrates (Serpentes, Boidae) and their Antillean relationships".
Annals of Carnegie Museum of Natural History Class: Reptilia. Hispaniolan boas of the genus Epicrates (Serpentes, Boidae) and their Antillean relationships. Annals of the Carnegie Museum 45(5): Stull, O.G. Corrections to some recent papers on Neotropical snakes. (A reply to do Amaral, 33, 28,30, Z.R.
Bulletin of the Antivenin Institute of America 5: Tolson, P.J. Abstract. The boid genus Epicrates has a broad geographic distribution, including the islands of the Greater Antilles, the Bahamas, and Central and South America from Costa Rica southward through the Amazon Basin into northern Argentina.
Nearly every major island or bank in the Bahamas and western Caribbean contains an endemic species of Epicrates, yet in Central and South America only one Cited by: 6.
Hispaniolan boas of the genus Epicrates (Serpentes, Boidae) and their Antillean relationships. Ann. Carnegie Mus. Nat. Hist. Schwartz,A.
& Henderson,R.W. Amphibians and Reptiles of the West Indies. University of Florida Press, Gainesville, pp. Epicrates striatus at the New Reptile Database. Accessed on 9 Mar Hispaniolan boas of the genus Epicrates (Serpentes, Boidae) and their Antillean relationships.
Ann. Carnegie Mus. Nat. Hist. Schwartz,A. & Henderson,R.W. Amphibians and Reptiles of the West Indies. University of Florida Press, Gainesville, pp. Epicrates fordii at the New Reptile Database. Accessed on 8 Mar Vernacular.
Epicrates cenchria turned out to be more closely related to anacondas (Eunectes) than Caribbean Epicrates (striatus) according to molecular data from Noonan & Chippindale (). Distribution: Not in Costa Rica fide SAVAGE & BOLANOS (), nor in Names: E: Rainbow Boa, G: Rote Regenbogenboa.
Boas are sometimes reported from the other large Passage Island of Vieques, and interestingly an adult female Hispaniolan boa (C. striatus) was recently found there (Reynolds et al., b).
Diurnal Refugia and Novel Ecological Attributes of the Bahamian Boa, Epicrates striatus fowleri (Boidae) Article (PDF Available) in Caribbean Journal of Science 40(2) January with. NOTE: Round Island boas, (also called Mauritius snakes and splitjaw snakes) are no longer regarded as Boas (Boidae family) and are now in the Bolyeriidae family.
There were 2 species, one if which is believed to be extinct. Epicrates maurus GRAY 96 Cliftia fusca GRAY 99 O’Shea, M. The Book of Snakes. Ivy Press / Quarto Publishing Gardenal, C.N. and Chiaraviglio, M. Species Delimitation in the Continental Forms of the Genus Epicrates (Serpentes, Boidae) Integrating Phylogenetics and Environmental Niche Models.
PLoS One 6 (9 Comment: Synonymy mostly after PASSOS & FERNANDESHabitat: in open areas (savannahs) in Suriname. The Cuban Boa (Epicrates angulifer) is an endangered island-dwelling animal. It is found in holes and rock piles and Hispaniolan boas of the genus Epicrates book cultivated land.
They are primarily arboreal. They can reach a length of 6 m, being one of the larger species of boa of this genus. They may live up to 20 to 30 years. Basically this is the only book out there on the Amazon Tree author is eminently qualified to write this Henderson has spent better than 17 years in the field studying these snakes Hispaniolan boas of the genus Epicrates book you can tell it when you read the writes in an entertaining style and leaves you wanting to be read has a companion volume which is much longer and I will buy it hopefully in Cited by: 6.
Full text of "World Checklist of Threatened Amphibians and Reptiles" See other formats. 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 by: 8. Kaleidoscopic Tree Boas: The Genus Corallus of Tropical America by Peter J. Stafford () [Peter J. Stafford;Robert W.
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