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herpetology of Hispaniola

Cochran, Doris M.

herpetology of Hispaniola

by Cochran, Doris M.

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Published by U.S. Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Haiti.
    • Subjects:
    • Reptiles -- Haiti.,
    • Amphibians -- Haiti.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 384-389.

      Statementby Doris M. Cochran
      SeriesSmithsonian institution. United States National museum. Bulletin 177
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQ11 .U6 no. 177
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 398 p.
      Number of Pages398
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6429296M
      LC Control Number41050844
      OCLC/WorldCa1853095

      Albinismo em "Cobra Coral" (1). [AND] Três subespecies novas de Micrurus corallinus (Wied): M. corallinus corallinus, M. corallinus riesei e M. corallinus dumerilii. (2) [AND] Da invalidez da especie colubrideo elapineo Miceurus ibiboboca (Merrem) e rediscripção de M. lemniscatus (L.) (3). [AND] Sobre a Lachesis muta Daudin, , especie ovipara. (4) [AND] Da invalidez da especie de. In October , we did some field work in Belize to study the Anolis species occuring in that country.A focus of our study was the geographic variation of the species in the Anolis sericeus complex, because the species identity of the Belize populations of this group remained on its hemipenial morphology (a large bilobed organ), we were able to positively assign the.

      Two new species of frogs of the genus Eleutherodactylus are described from two localities in Dominican Republic. Eleutherodactylus ligiae sp. nov. inhabits the pine forests of the western part of Sierra de Bahoruco, and seems to be related to the ongi species group, particularly to Schwartz and E. leoncei Shreve and Williams. It is a vividly colored frog with black blotches on. Tropidophis haetianus haetianus (COPE ) Tropidophis maculatus haetianus — BRONGERSMA The herpetology of Hispaniola. Bull. US Natl. Mus. vii + pp. - get paper here; Cope, E.D. Eleventh contribution to the herpetology of tropical America. Proc. al links: National Center for .

      Thomas, R. A new species of Typhlops from the Barahona peninsula of Hispaniola. Copeia, – Thomas, R. The genus Leptotyphlops in the West Indies with description of a new species from Hispaniola (Serpentes, Leptotyphlopidae). Breviora, 1– Buy A Birdwatchers' Guide to Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola, Puerto Rico and the Caymans (): NHBS - Guy Kirwan, Arturo Kirkconnell and Mike Flieg, Prion About Help Blog Jobs Established NHBS GmbH Covid


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Herpetology of Hispaniola by Cochran, Doris M. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The herpetology of Hispaniola. [Doris M Cochran] -- This study of the herpetology has been undertaken for the purpose of advancing the survey of the amphibian and reptile fauna of the Greater Antilles. Of these islands Hispaniola has remained the.

Excerpt from The Herpetology of Hispaniola Most of the figures for this Herpetology of Hispaniola were made by me from photographs. In a few instances, where the specimens were mutilated or otherwise unsuited to photography, the drawings are freehand. When figures have been copied from earlier publications, credit is given in the : Doris M.

Cochran. Publisher Summary. This chapter gives an account of the geology, geography, vegetation, climate, and herpetology of Jamaica. Jamaica is mentioned to be the second smallest of the major Greater Antillean islands, a little more t km 2 in area, with a maximum elevation of m.

The island is approximately km long and 80 km wide at its broadest point, its topography consists. Author: Thomas Barbour Editor: ISBN: Size: 12,84 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi Read: Caribbean Herpetology, 52, (19 March ).

Angin B. Bat predation by the Dominica Boa (Boa nebulosa). Caribbean Herpetology, 51, (2 October ). Kircher BK, Robinson CD, Johnson MA. Herbivory in the Northern Curly-tailed Lizard (Leiocephalus carinatus). Caribbean Herpetology, 50, (19 May ). Her 20 years of studies of the West Indies culminated in The Herpetology of Hispaniola in She visited Haiti twice, in and In Haiti she would work with Adolpho Lutz and his daughter, Bertha.

Her most popular book was Living Amphibians of the World, published in Alma mater: George Washington University, University. Download PDF The Herpetology Of Cuba book full free. The Herpetology Of Cuba available for download and read online in other formats. The Herpetology of Hispaniola by Doris M.

Cochran: Hinche mise en croix by Roger Gaillard: Hippocrene Insiders' Guide to Dominican Republic (Hippocrene Insiders' Guides) by Jack Tucker: Hispaniola: A Photographic Journey through Island Biodiversity by Eladio Fernández: Hispaniola: Caribbean Chiefdoms in the Age of Columbus by Samuel M.

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The chromosomes of terraranan frogs: insights into vertebrate cytogenetics. Cytogenet Genome Res ; –– (# in complete list) Purchase this book. Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles The Catalogue (Print ISSN: ; Online ISSN: ) consists of accounts of taxa prepared by specialists, including synonymy, description, diagnosis, phylogenetic relationships, published descriptions, illustrations, distribution map, and comprehensive list of literature for each taxon.

The Smithsonian Institution Archives has access to your name and email address and The Herpetology of Hispaniola (). Cochran also traveled to Europe twice, in andto study herpetological collections in museums there. press releasephotographs of the James A. Peters family,book reviews,obituaries Author: Cochran, Doris M.

2 A Review of Cuban Herpetology Alberto R. Estrada I and Rodolfo Ruibal 2 ~Depattmetd of Biology, University of Puerto Rico, P.O. BoxSan Juan, Puerto Rico 2Departnwnt of Biology, University of California, Riverside, Cahfornia History The first written account of Cuban herpetology, according to Poey (), was in the reports of Christopher Columbus in which he Cited by: About this book Hispaniola, the island containing Haiti and the Dominican Republic, boasts breeding species including three endemics.

The checklist details the birds, plus offers sections on the general history and economy of the island; a detailed ornithological history; physical aspects including geology, geography & climate; botanical.

Leyden, van der Aa, Small 8vo ( x cm). and six larger, folded, engraved plates. Bound with two other works published by van der Aa: Scheeps-togt na Gujana, 44 pp.

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Navassa Island, a small ( km2) island located in the Caribbean Sea between Hispaniola and Jamaica, historically supported a herpetofauna thought to consist of eight endemic squamate reptiles.

Notes on Hispaniolan Herpetology 2. A review of the Anolis semilineatus group with the description of Anolis cochranae, a new species VolumePage 1. Download this stock image. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. THE HERPETOLOGY OF HISPANIOLA labial; temples granular like the top of the head, with a patch of very minute granules between the eye and ear; mental broad, triangular, considerably wider than rostral, its labial margin almost three times as wide as the first infralabial; two pairs of chin shields, the inner.

Iguanidae) in Hispaniola. Breviora – HEDGES, S. The origins of West Indian amphibian and reptiles. In R. Powell and R.W. Henderson (eds.), Contributions to West Indian Herpetology: A Tribute to Albert Schwartz, pp. 95– Contributions to Herpetology, Volume Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Ithaca, New.

In: Invasion Genetics: The Baker and Stebbins Legacy, First Edition. Edited by Spencer C. Barrett, Robert I. Colautti, Katrina M. Dlugosch, and Loren H. Rieseberg; John Wiley & Sons, pp.

(publication year given as in the book) - get paper here; Kahrl, Ariel F. and Robert M. Cox Common Names: Hispaniolan gracile anole, Bark anole. "The reference source that biologists interested in West Indian herpetofauna have been waiting for."--Steven Reichling, curator, Memphis Zoo"A state-of-the-art compendium.

The West Indies is one of the hottest of the world's biodiversity hot spots and will continue to be a focus of ecological research, now invigorated by this definitive synthesis."--S. Blair Hedges, Pennsylvania State.Full text of "Advances in herpetology and evolutionary biology: essays in honor of Ernest E.

Williams" See other formats.This book comes out of Kubicki's seven years of studying amphibians in Costa Rica, where he founded the Costa Rican Amphibian Research Center.

The book covers six related species of frogs in the genera Phyllomedusa and Agalychnis, including the famous Red-eyed Leaf Frog (Agalychnis callidryas) pictured on the cover. After some background.