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Comparative osteology of the snake families Typhlopidae and Leptotyphlopidae.

James Carl List

Comparative osteology of the snake families Typhlopidae and Leptotyphlopidae.

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Published by University of Illinois Press in Urbana .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reptiles -- Anatomy.,
  • Typhlopidae.,
  • Leptotyphlopidae.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 104-106.

    SeriesIllinois biological monographs, 36
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL669 .L72
    The Physical Object
    Pagination112 p.
    Number of Pages112
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6009917M
    LC Control Number66063773


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The Leptotyphlopidae (commonly called slender blind snakes or thread snakes) are a family of snakes found in North America, South America, Africa, & are fossorial and adapted to burrowing, feeding on ants and termites.

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All have the following characteristics in common: 1 A cylindrical body with the head undifferentiated from the body. 2 A spine at the tip of the tail (large in.

Comparative osteology of the snake families Typhlopidae and Leptotyphlopidae. Illinois Biological Monographs No. Urbana: The University of Illinois Press. Abstract. The problem of the origin of snakes has been a central issue in herpetology ever since the innovative work of Cope ().

Although the riddle appears to be rather easily solved if looked at from a somewhat superficial prespective, it must be admitted that an acceptable solution is no closer than at the beginning of this century, and while faith in the promise for progress of a Cited by: On the other hand, in two cases families of lizards have been referred to higher groups against the evidence of the tongue, and subsequent study of the osteology has shown such reference to be in error: the Pygopodidae were referred by Camp () to the same group as that containing Anguidae, Xenosauridae, Anniellidae, Helodermatidae, and Cited by: Wake, D.

Comparative osteology of the plethodontid salamander genus Aneides. [Review of] Comparative Osteology of the Snake Families Typhlopidae and Leptotyphlopidae, by J. List. Amer. Biol Preface to the American Edition of I.

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Snake. in McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science and Technology. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, New York. Gans, C. Find out information about Leptotyphlopidae. A family of small, harmless, burrowing circumtropical snakes in the order Squamata; teeth are present only on the lower jaw and are few in number Explanation of Leptotyphlopidae and belonging to the thread snake family, Leptotyphlopidae) to the rosy boa (Lichanura trivirgata).

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This category contains a listing of English language common names for members of the family Leptotyphlopidae, a group of blind snakes also referred to as names have been gathered from the available literature and are either disambiguation pages or redirects to articles with the currently valid scientific names.

The latter are available through the ITIS on-line database. FAMILY TYPHLOPIDAE 2 Pl. Ramphotyphlops australis (Typhlopidae): a small, worm-like, burrowing snake; small, black spots indicate the eyes in these blind snakes; found in the drier parts of southern Size: KB. Descriptive and Comparative Osteology of the Oldest Fossil Squirrel, Protosciurus (Rodentia: Sciuridae) Robert J.

Emry and Richard W. Thorington, Jr. Introduction The stimulus for this report was the discovery in of a nearly complete skeleton of what was apparently a fossil squirrel in the Oligocene White River Formation of Wyoming.

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Learn snakes with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of snakes flashcards on Quizlet. iii ABSTRACT The threadsnakes (family Leptotyphlopidae) are one of the most poorly known families of terrestrial vertebrates.

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Antonyms for Leptotyphlopidae. 1 synonym for Leptotyphlopidae: family Leptotyphlopidae. What are synonyms for Leptotyphlopidae. Introduction The enigmatic Malagasy blind snake family Xeno-typhlopidae Vidal et al., currently comprises the single genus Xenotyphlops Wallach & Ineich, with the two species X.

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families, and a left lung is found in some Typhlopidae). Thus, characters in the Leptotyphlopidae are at a premium.

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Note that relevant formatting guidelines may have already been established. Please check this Index's discussion : Samuel Wendell Williston. J YABE: Comparative osteology and myology of the Cottoidea Cottunculus granulosus, HUMZ lO, 1 specimen, mm SL Dasyoottus setiger, HUMZ, 2 specimens, rum SL Ebinania brephocephala, HUMZ, 2 specimens, mm SLCited by: Leptotyphlopidae: 1 n blind snakes Synonyms: family Leptotyphlopidae Type of: reptile family a family of reptiles.The early history of the Sciuridae is not well known, squirrels being generally poorly represented in the Tertiary fossil record.

A nearly complete skeleton, recently discovered in early Oligocene deposits of Wyoming, represents what may be the oldest fossil squirrel known.