Crotalus lepidus

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Synonyms for Crotalus lepidus

mountain rock dweller of Mexico and most southern parts of United States southwest

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The Tamaulipas rock rattlesnake (Crotalus lepidus morulus) is a relatively small, montane rattlesnake that occurs in the humid pine-oak forest and the upper cloud forest of the Sierra Madre Oriental in southwestern Tamaulipas, central Nuevo Leon, and southeastern Coahuila in Mexico [7].
Crotalus lepidus morulus snake were obtained from Galeana, Nuevo Leon, Mexico (24[grados] 50' 0" N / 100[grados] 4' 0" W) (FIG.1).
Additionally, pooled venom from Crotalus lepidus klauberi (supplied by the National Natural Toxins Research Center) was used as control.
Crotalus lepidus morulus showed a complex electrophoretic pattern with bands ranging from ~7 to 100 kDa under reducing conditions (FIG.
Intra-specific Variation in the Protein Composition and Proteolytic Activity of Venom of Crotalus lepidus morulus from the Northeast of Mexico.
Geographic variation in whole venom profiles from the Mottled Rock Ratllesnake (Crotalus lepidus lepidus) in Texas.
Comparison of venom composition and biological activities of the subspecies Crotalus lepidus lepidus, Crotalus lepidus klauberiand Crotalus lepidus morulus from Mexico.Toxicon.
Field metabolic rate, water flux, and energy budgets of mottled rock rattlesnakes, Crotalus lepidus, from two populations.
En este grupo de especies raras se pueden mencionar las serpientes Crotalus lepidus, Sonora semiannulata y Pituophis catenifer.
Ademas, los vestigios de vegetacion templada son muy reducidos, pero a pesar de lo anterior y de la reciente expansion urbana, mantiene poblaciones de especies de habitats mesicos como Crotalus molossus y Crotalus lepidus que requeriran una atencion especial.
An ecological study of oxygen consumption in the mottled rock rattlesnake, Crotalus lepidus lepidus, and the black-tailed rattlesnake, Crotalus molossus molossus, from two populations.