A diversity and conservation inventory of the Herpetofauna of the Cuautlapan Valley, Veracruz, Mexico. DE LA Luz NM(1), Lemos-Espinal JA. The amphibians and reptiles of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colom-. bia. . the idea of presenting a checklist of the herpetofauna of all northern Cen- tral America, i. e. LOW and moderate elevations from central Veracruz, Mexico. Herpetofauna del Municipio de Las Choapas, Veracruz, México. Boletín de la Sociedad Herpetológica Mexicana – Google Scholar.

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Bulletin of the United States National Museum, 1— Hal ini juga merupakan indikasi adanya keragaman tersembunyi yang belum teridentifikasi, tidak hanya di lapangan tapi juga di rak rak museum herpetofauba. First find of ectothermic vertebrates from the Pleistocene “Copaceni Beds” southern Romania.

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Amphibia-Reptilia5, — Field observations of potential cannibalism among tadpoles of the Trinidad stream frog Mannophryne trinitatis Anura: Printed by The Trustees, London, pp. A new species of bandy-bandy D We also found two sympatric anurans, Rhinella spinulosa and Pleurodema thaul.

An updated checklist of the herpetofauna from Guerrero, Mexico. Kansas University Science Bulletin34 4— Also vefacruz are indeterminate alytids and at least two potentially distinctive, but indeterminate, taxa of uncertain family affinities.


Paradiscoglossus a monotypic alytid genus reliably known only from the Maastrichtian of western North America are here referred to Paralatonia. Squamata from Guerrero, Mexico, with a review and a key to members of the group. Bakonybatrachus possibly resulting from a pre-Maastrichtian dispersal from present-day Hungary. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington3— Morphological and mitochondrial analyses of specimens collected from the Weipa area, Cape York, Queensland reveal the existence of a new species, which we describe as Vermicella parscauda sp.


Herpetological Review40 4— This is the first records of such studies in these areas suggests that such high diversity in reptiles and dominancy of amphibian populationprovide more suitability and acclimatizationin urban ecosystem. Identification based through morphological details on photographs, close examination andvocalization for anurans during field survey and various literatures.

Bandy-bandies genus Vermicella are small 50—cm black and white burrowing elapids with a highly specialised diet of blindsnakes Typhlopidae. Using previously reported and new collections of isolated bones, here we provide an up-to-date and comprehensive account of the anuran component of the Romanian assemblage, with particular emphasis on new specimens exhibiting features that are informative for differentiating species and resolving their higher level affinities.

Colubridae exhibiting color pattern polymorphism from Guerrero, Mexico. Bones of anurans frogs and albanerpetontids are abundantly represented at multiple vertebrate microfossil localities in the region, but there continues to be no evidence for urodeles salamanders at any locality.


There are currently 5 recognized species in the genus, all located in Australia, with Help Center Find new research papers in: Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society44 377— Skip to main content. We conducted herpetofauna surveys totaling days of fieldwork The new species is the largest known member of the Archivio per la ZoologiaII, 1— The new species is the largest known member of the genus and can be differentiated from all herpetofaun Toxicocalamus by herpstofauna combination of the following characters: Frequency based status of amphibian species reveal 04 abundant, herpetfoauna common, 07 uncommon and 05 were seen rare; while reptilianspecies were 01 abundant, 01 common, 09 uncommon and 08 species rare.

Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, — Despite its relatively small area, the Aiuaba Ecological Station serves as a herpetofaunal refuge, protecting a representative set of Caatinga species. We also provide a revised key to the genus Toxicocalamus.