Amphisbaenia

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Synonyms for Amphisbaenia

type genus of the Amphisbaenidae

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The amphisbaenian deviated from obstacles (small stones with mean diameter of approximately 20 mm) on two occasions while moving along the trail, after which it soon returned to the trail and continued to move forward (Fig.
alba moves along the trail, ants pheromone particles could adhere to the amphisbaenian body, thus enabling it to chemically mimetize leaf-cutting ants of the genus Atta, in order to get a kind of "passport entry" into the nest.
Chemosensory predator recognition induces specific defensive behaviours in a fossorial amphisbaenian.
Also, Gans (1974) provided a detailed review of amphisbaenian excavation patterns.
A fixed camera of a Futuralix videofluoroscopy machine, housed at Santa Casa da Misericordia do Rio de Janeiro, recorded the amphisbaenian tunneling movements inside the terrarium.
Catalogue of the tortoises, crocodiles and amphisbaenians in the collection of the British Museum.
Catalogue of Tortoises, Crocodilians, and Amphisbaenians in the Collection of the British Museum.
There are 135 herpetofaunal species living on the plains (40 species of anuran amphibians, three species of turtles, 25 species of lizards, two species of amphisbaenians, 63 species of snakes and two of crocodilians (Junk et al.
Recent publications have included evaluations on infection rates, prevalence, and mean intensity of infection in studies of snakes, amphisbaenians and lizards of the northeastern region of Brazil (Dias et al.
We recorded 47 species (26 lizards, 19 snakes, one amphisbaenian and one turtle).