2 edition of revision of the African snake genera Amblyodipsas and Xenocalamus found in the catalog.
revision of the African snake genera Amblyodipsas and Xenocalamus
Donald G. Broadley
|Statement||by Donald G. Broadley.|
|Series||National Museums of Rhodesia. Occasional papers. Natural sciences -- v. 4, no. 33B, Occasional papers of the National Museums of Rhodesia -- v. 4, pt. 7.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 629-697 :|
|Number of Pages||697|
Subfamily Atractaspidinae-- 13 Genera Genus Taxon author Species Count Common name Geographic range Amblyodipsas: W. Peters, 9 glossy snakes Africa Aparallactus: A. Smith, 11 centipede-eaters Africa Atractaspis: A. Smith, 15 burrowing asps, stiletto snakes: Africa, Middle-East Brachyophis: Mocquard, 1 Revoil's short snake Africa. Background With over 3, species encompassing a diverse range of morphologies and ecologies, snakes make up 36% of squamate diversity. Despite several attempts at estimating higher-level snake relationships and numerous assessments of generic- or species-level phylogenies, a large-scale species-level phylogeny solely focusing on snakes has not been completed.
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Atractaspidines are poorly studied, fossorial snakes that are found throughout Africa and western Asia, including the Middle East. We employed concatenated gene-tree analyses and divergence dating approaches to investigate evolutionary relationships and biogeographic patterns of atractaspidines with a multi-locus data set consisting of three mitochondrial (16S, cyt b, and ND4) and two nuclear. Many snake varieties live on the African savanna. Some are poisonous, and some are dangerous by way of constriction. African rock pythons (Python sebae) are the largest and most temperamental snake in snakes prefer moist, open areas near water sources. Though specimens average 15 feet, some may grow to almost 20 feet.
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Xenocalamus mechowii, or the elongate quill-snouted snake, is a species of venomous rear-fanged snake in the subfamily Aparallactinae of the family Lamprophiidae. The species is endemic to Africa.
Family: Lamprophiidae. A revision of the African snake genera Amblyodipsas and Xenocalamus. Occasional Papers of the National Museums of Rhodesia. Volume 4, No. 33B, pp. –Family: Lamprophiidae. Chimaira, Frankfurt, pp. [book review in Sauria 35 (2): 59 and Copeia ] - get paper here Broadley, D.
A revision of the African snake genera Amblyodipsas and Xenocalamus. Kalahari Purple-glossed Snake in English Bibliographic References.
Auerbach,R.D. () The Amphibians and Reptiles of Botswana.: Mokwepa Consultants, Botswana, pp. Broadley, D. () A revision of the African snake genera Amblyodipsas and Xenocalamus.
An Xenocalamus sabiensis in uska species han Reptilia nga ginhulagway ni Donald G. Broadley hadton An Xenocalamus sabiensis in nahilalakip ha genus nga Xenocalamus, ngan familia nga Atractaspididae. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. The western African samples of Amblyodipsas unicolor were strongly supported as sister to A.
polylepis and A. dimidiata. Amblyodipsas microphthalma and A. ventrimaculata were both nested within the strongly supported Amblyodipsas + Xenocalamus clade, rendering both genera.
Broadley, D.G. A review of the African snake genera Amblyodipsas and Xenocalamus (Colubridae). Occasional papers of the National Museums of Rhodesia. Series B, Natural sciences 4 (33): – Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. Broadley, D.G.
A review of the African snake genera Amblyodipsas and Xenocalamus (Colubridae). Occasional papers of the National Museums of Rhodesia. Series B, Natural sciences 4(33): – A revision of the African snake genera Amblyodipsas and Xenocalamus.
Revision du genre Atractaspis A. Smith. Memoires de l'Institut royale des Sciences de Belgique. 1 A revision of the African snake genera Amblyodipsas and Xenocalamus. Xenocalamus sabiensis BROADLEY Espesye sa reptil ang Xenocalamus sabiensis. Una ning gihulagway ni Broadley Ang Xenocalamus sabiensis sakop sa kahenera nga Xenocalamus sa kabanay nga Atractaspididae.
Pagka karon wala pay siak nga nalista ubos niini niya. There are nearly 3, species of snakes distributed nearly worldwide. The following is a list of some of the major genera and species of snake, organized alphabetically by family. Sometimes listed as a subfamily of the boa family (Boidae).
Sometimes listed as a subfamily of the boa family. The West African carpet viper is a small snake, with an average total length of approximately 20 inches ( feet). They are typically yellowish brown in color, with distinctive eye-like spots along the length of their bodies. These spots are designed to confuse potential predators.
Like the boomslang, their venom is haemotoxic, causing. Xenocalamus sabiensis  är en ormart som beskrevs av BROADLEY Xenocalamus sabiensis ingår i släktet Xenocalamus och familjen Atractaspididae.   Inga underarter finns listade i Catalogue of Life.
 Källor a b; Sidan redigerades senast den 23 januari kl. Burrowing asps look very similar to and have similar lifestyles to other African burrowers, including the exotic-sounding purple-glossed snakes (Amblyodipsas), quill-snouted snakes (Xenocalamus), and centipede eaters (Aparallactus).
They are now placed together, although confusion remains over the relationships and status of some genera within. Xenocalamus species mainly took amphisbaenians (at least during adult life), whereas Atractaspis, Amblyodipsas, and Macrelaps consumed a wider array of prey, especially snakes.
et al. () synonymized Xenocalamus with Amblyodipsas, but the placement of A. concolor in our study renders Amblyodipsas para- phyletic, which could be resolved by reviving Choristocalamus Witte &.
Welcome to Snakes of Central and Western Africa, a multi-access key for the identification of West and Central African snake genera. This key is designed to aid in snake identifications made using the book Snakes of Central and Western Africa by Jean-Philippe Chippaux and Kate Jackson, but can be used independently in order to identify Western and Central African snakes to the genus level.
Four chelonian, 13 snake, one amphisbaenid, 16 lizard and 15 frog species were recorded in the park, while an additional six snake, five lizard and two frog taxa have been recorded in close proximity and probably also occur in the park.
Numerous range extensions are recorded, and these are discussed in the light of our present knowledge of the. Abstract. The herpetofauna of southern Africa is currently receiving an increased amount of attention.
The Zoological Society of Southern Africa held a symposium on herpetology and ichthyology inthe proceedings of which have been published in Zoologica Africana, and no less than 17 papers dealt specifically with research carried out recently on southern African amphibians and reptiles.
8. Puff Adder. The puff adder (Bitis arietans) is a highly venomous species of viper found throughout Africa with the exception of the Sahara Desert region and the African snakes produce a cytotoxic venom and as per research, if left untreated, about milligrams of the puff adder venom is sufficient to kill adult human males within 25 hours post-bite.Broadley, D.G.
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