Examples of reptiles and amphibians

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  1. Types of vipers in guanajuato
    1. Amphibians and reptiles of the Tehuacan-Cuicatlan Valley
    2. Amphibians and reptiles characteristics
    3. Reptile books pdf

Types of vipers in guanajuato

This list of reptiles of Venezuela includes 405 species of reptiles that are recorded to inhabit Venezuela.[1] The listing is based on The Reptile Database.[1] The reptiles of Venezuela are grouped into 3 orders and 30 families, and include snakes, lizards, crocodiles and turtles.

The emydids (Emydidae) are a family of carnivorous aquatic and semi-aquatic turtles. They live most of the time in ponds, reservoirs and rivers, going to land when they have to find suitable laying sites. This family is made up of 10 genera containing more than 50 species. Two of them occur in Venezuela.

Alligatoridae (Alligatoridae) is a family of crocodilian sauropsids (reptiles) native to the Americas (with the exception of one species), commonly known as alligators, caimans and caimans. It includes the extant genera Alligator, Caiman, Melanosuchus and Paleosuchus, as well as numerous extinct genera. Of the 7 species that inhabit the Americas, 3 occur in Venezuela.

Amphibians and reptiles of the Tehuacan-Cuicatlan Valley

Toads (Bufonidae) in Mexico 34 13 endemics Glass Frogs (Centrolenidae)in Mexico 1Leaf Frogs (Craugastoridae) in Mexico 3926 endemics Long-toed Frogs(Eleutherodactylidae) in Mexico 2518 endemics Tree Frogs(Hylidae)in Mexico 9766 endemics Skimmer Frogs(Leptodactylidae)in Mexico 3 Thermite Toads(Microhylidae)in Mexico 5Clawed Frogs(Pipidae) in Mexico 1 Clawed Frogs(Pipidae)in Mexico 1 Mexico 3 Thermite toads(Microhylidae) in Mexico 5Clawed frogs(Pipidae) in Mexico 1 Spotted frogs(Ranidae)in Mexico 27 16 endemics Drunken toads(Rhinophrynidae)in Mexico 1Digger toads(Scaphiopodidae) in Mexico 4Populations of many amphibian species have declined and some have disappeared. They appear to be more sensitive to changes in the environment than other terrestrial vertebrates. Among the main causes of decline are fungal infection (trichidiomycosis), pollution and the introduction of exotic species, which prey on them.

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Amphibians and reptiles characteristics

Surely more than once on summer nights you have seen on the outside walls of houses and low ceilings of buildings a curious animal crouching in the shadows. It is the gecko (Tarentola mauritanica) or wall dragon and is a species of reptile, one of the six groups of the Kingdom Animalia. If you are curious about these animals and wonder how many types of reptiles there are and what they are, we encourage you to continue reading the article that we present from EcologíaVerde about the different types of reptiles, their characteristics and examples.

The classification by types or orders is divided into four major groups of reptiles:Within these four types of reptiles, there are aquatic reptiles and terrestrial reptiles and, among the many species that are scattered around the world, here are 10 examples of reptiles.

The Indian python or Python molurus molurus molurus is best known for being the snake recreated by Kipling in The Jungle Book, the snake called Kaa. It is one of two subspecies of Python molurus and its range includes India, Pakistan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Each 5 m specimen can weigh about 90 kg.

Reptile books pdf

This list of reptiles of Cuba is derived from The Reptile Database which includes a total of 167 species of reptiles recorded in Cuba,[1] which are grouped into 3 orders and 21 families, and include snakes (40 species), lizards (118 species), crocodiles (3 species) and turtles (6 species).

The emydids (Emydidae) are a family of carnivorous aquatic and semi-aquatic turtles. They live most of the time in ponds, reservoirs and rivers, going to land when they have to find suitable laying sites. This family is made up of 10 genera containing more than 50 species. One of them occurs in Cuba.

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Alligatoridae (Alligatoridae) is a family of crocodilian sauropsids (reptiles) native to the Americas (with the exception of one species), commonly known as alligators, caimans and caimans. It includes the extant genera Alligator, Caiman, Melanosuchus and Paleosuchus, as well as numerous extinct genera. Of the 7 species that inhabit the Americas, 1 occurs in Cuba.

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