Crotalus scutulatus

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Synonyms for Crotalus scutulatus

extremely dangerous

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Venom variability and envenoming severity outcomes of the Crotalus scutulatus (Mojave rattlesnake) from southern Arizona.
Molecular models of the Mojave rattlesnake (Crotalus scutulatus scutulatus) venom metalloproteinases reveal a structural basis for differences in hemorrhagic activities.
Isolation and characterization of two disintegrins inhibiting ADP-induced human platelet aggregation from the venom of Crotalus scutulatus scutulatus (Mohave Rattlesnake).Toxicol.
Cloning, expression, and hemostatic activities of a disintegrin, r-mojastin 1, from the mohave rattlesnake (Crotalus scutulatus scutulatus).
Crotalus scutulatus (Kennicott, 1861) se distribuye desde el oeste del desierto de Mojave en Estados Unidos de Norte America hasta el Valle de Tehuacan, al sur de Puebla, Mexico (Campbell & Lamar 2004; Canseco-Marquez & Gutierrez-Mayen 2010).
Geographic distribution: Serpentes: Crotalus scutulatus salvini.
Geographic distribution: Serpentes Crotalus scutulatus. Herpetological Review, 35: 191.
Key Words: Crotalus, Crotalus aquilus, Crotalus atrox, Crotalus intermedius, Crotalus molossus, Crotalus scutulatus, Crotalus totonacus, Crotalus triseriatus, range extension.
Crotalus scutulatus.--The rostral scale of the specimen CIB-512 is wider than longer, contrary to the data previously reported, and the amount of ventral scales (164) is lower than that reported by Campbell & Lamar (2004) although Gloyd (1978) reported 164 as the minimum number of ventral scales for the species.
Crotalus scutulatus.- CIB 512 Cerro Thene, Mixquiahuala.
-- Reproductive tissue was examined from 145 museum specimens of Crotalus scutulatus from Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Mexico.
The Mojave rattlesnake, Crotalus scutulatus ranges from southern Nevada to Puebla, Mexico and the western edge of the Mojave Desert, California to extreme western Texas from near sea level to around 2530 m elevation (Stebbins 1985).
Similar testicular cycles may also occur in Crotalus scutulatus in which spermiogenesis takes place in July-August and Crotalus atrox in which spermiogenesis takes place in August-September (Jacob et al.