A field guide to western reptiles and amphibians

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  1. Reptiles and amphibians identification manual.
    1. Reproduction of amphibians and reptiles.
    2. Guide to reptiles
    3. Origin of amphibians pdf

Reptiles and amphibians identification manual.

Santiago-Pérez, A. L., Rosas-Espinoza, V. C., Domínguez-Laso, M., & Rodríguez-Canseco, J. M. (2017). First record of crotalus polystictus (squamata: viperidae) in the protected natural area sierra de Quila, Jalisco, Mexico. ACTA ZOOLÓGICA MEXICANA (N.S.), 33(1), 108-112. https://doi.org/10.21829/azm.2017.3311017

Crotalus polystictus is a rattlesnake endemic to Mexico. It is considered under special protection according to NOM-059-2010-SEMARNAT. Crotalus polystictus was first recorded in the Sierra de Quila Natural Protected Area, Jalisco. This record is at least 31 km northwest of the nearest known point of its distribution.

Reproduction of amphibians and reptiles.

Acosta-Galvis, A. R. (2006). Taxonomy and evaluation of character homology for salamanders of the genus Bolitoglossa (Caudata: Plethodontidae) from Colombia. National University of Colombia. Bogotá, Colombia.

Acosta-Galvis, A. R., Huertas-Salgado, C. and Rada, M. (2006). Approach to the knowledge of amphibians in a locality of the middle Magdalena (Department of Caldas, Colombia). Revista de La Academia Colombiana de Ciencias Exactas, Fisicas y Naturales, 30, 291-303.

Álvarez-Grzybowska, E., Urbina-Cardona, N., Córdova-Tapia, F. and García, A. (2020). Amphibian communities in two contrasting ecosystems: functional diversity and environmental filters. Biodiversity and Conservation, 29, 2457-2485. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10531-020-01984-w

Angulo, A., Rueda-Almonacid, J. V., Rodríguez-Mahecha, J. V. and La Marca, E. (Eds.). (2006). Techniques for amphibian inventory and sampling: a compilation. Inventory and monitoring techniques for amphibians of the tropical Andean region. Conservation International (Manu Series). Bogota D.C.: Panamericana Formas e Impresos S.A.

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Guide to reptiles

Boulenger (5) presents the original description of the species. Goin (8) and Cochran and Goin (7) (as Centrolenella johnelsi) present descriptions and illustrations. Goin (8) provides an illustration of the hand. Lynch and Duellman (6), Renjifo (15) and Lynch (19) present photographs of live individuals. Flores (11) comments on their nuptial excrescences. Ruiz-Carranza and Lynch (12) present distribution information on iridophores. Ruiz-Carranza and Lynch (12) and Guayasamin et al. (9) comment on the taxonomy of the species. Duellman and Wild (13), Ruiz-Carranza et al. (14), Almendáriz and Orcés (26) and Rada and Guayasamin (27) present data on its distribution. Osorio et al. (18) provide information on their fighting behavior. Osorio et al. (18) and Guayasamin et al. (2) present a song audio-spectrogram. Bustamante et al. (1) comment on its population status. Guayasamin et al. (3) publish live photographs, drawings of the head, hand and foot. Guayasamin (4, 9), Hutter et al. (22), Castroviejo-Fisher et al. (23) and Twomey et al. (24) document their evolutionary relationships and biogeography.

Origin of amphibians pdf

This resource gathers the results of the research work carried out in the paramo complexes "Sonsón" and "Urrao" during March-August 2014. The moorlands sampled in the Sonsón complex were: La Vieja, Las Palomas, Chaverras, Norí and Valle Alto (Salamina). The transects in Urrao were established in the moors Pená and La Horqueta (municipality of Abriaquí), El Junco (municipality of Caicedo), El Sol (municipality of Urrao) and Cerro Plateado (municipality of Salgar). The main objective was to determine the floristic, ornithological, edaphofauna and herpetological composition in each moorland complex and to determine their similarity in different altitudinal ranges covering high Andean forest, shrubland and grassland or moorland ecosystems.

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Institute of Biology, University of Antioquia, Alexander von Humboldt Biological Resources Research Institute (2015). Biotic studies: Biotic studies: Plants, epigean edaphofauna, amphibians and birds of the Sonsón and Urrao Páramos Complexes. 16,929 records, contributed by: León, O. (Resource contact), Alzate, F. (Resource creator, Metadata provider). Version 1.1. http://doi.org/10.15472/wiu5hg


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