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Synonyms for colubrid

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Testicular histology was similar to that reported by Goldberg & Parker (1975) for the colubrid snakes Masticophis taeniatus and Pituophis catenifer (= P.
Scale ornamentation has been characterized for other species of the colubrid tribe Lampropeltini, including Prairie Kingsnakes (L.
is a mystery, but it is possible that nocturnal predation on this species in pitfall traps by large colubrids or viperids, or perhaps other mammals explains the low numbers of this cricetid mouse.
large colubrid snakes) when compared to herpetofaunal surveys of other Travis County sites and potential species known to occur in the county.
The black pine snake (Pituophis melanoleucus lodingi) is a colubrid snake that is historically endemic to longleaf pine forests, ranging from southwestern Alabama to extreme eastern Louisiana.
Texasophis (Squamata:Colubridae), an extinct,archaic colubrid snake genus, is important in that Texasophis galbreathi from the early Oligocene (Orellan) of eastern Colorado represents one of the first appearances of the huge family Colubridae in North America (Holman l984a).
Interestingly, the oldest colubrid snake in North America is known from the late Eocene (ca.
Comparative ecology of two colubrid snakes, Masticophis t.
However, a lack of habitat and scarcity in the region are likely reasons why we failed to document some of the colubrid snakes.
The Brazos water snake, Nerodia harteri, is a medium-sized colubrid endemic to the Brazos River system of 11 counties of northcentral Texas (Dorcas & Mendelson 1991; Conant & Collins 1998; Dixon 2000; Werler & Dixon 2000; Ernst & Ernst 2003).
Testicular histology was similar to that reported by Goldberg and Parker (1975) for the colubrid snakes, Masticophis taeniatus and Pituophis catenifer (= P.
Systematics of the Mexicana species group of the colubrid genus Lampropeltis, with an hypothesis mimicry.