5 edition of Species-Group Taxa of the False Coral Snake Genus Pliocercus found in the catalog.
Species-Group Taxa of the False Coral Snake Genus Pliocercus
Hobart M. Smith
by Ramus Publishing
Written in English
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Get this from a library. Species-group taxa of the false coral snake genus Pliocercus. [Hobart M Smith; David Chiszar]. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Pliocercus euryzonus, commonly known as Cope's false coral snake, is a species of snake in the subfamily Dipsadinae of the family Colubridae.
The species is indigenous to southeastern Central America and northwestern South Family: Colubridae. Species-group taxa of the false coral snake genus Pliocercus By Hobart Muir Smith and David Chiszar Topics: Pliocerus -- Classification.
Coral snakes -- Central America -- Classification., Coral snakes -- Mexico -- : Hobart Muir Smith and David Chiszar.
In preparation of accounts for Pliocercus and its species-group taxa for the Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles, we have become aware of a change in the arrangement we proposed in that must be made in ad-vance.
The nominal species, Pliocercus psychoides Smith and Chiszar (), was based on a sin-gle specimen, American Museum of Natural. Publication in non-peer-reviewed outlets: The case of Smith and Chiszar's "Species-Group Taxa of the False Coral Snake Genus Pliocercus".
Herpetological Review 28 (1): - get paper here Wilson, Larry David;McCranie, James R.;Espinal, Mario R. Common Names: Variegated False Coral Snake. Urotheca includes those species previously placed in the lateristriga group of the genus Rhadinaea and the coral snake mimics usually referred to the genus Pliocercus.
MYERS () believes that probably all species of Rhadinaea and the related genus Coniophanes may be venomous; he considers Pliocercus to be a direct offshoot of the lateristriga species group of Rhadinaea.
It is therefore not surprising that Pliocercus is also venomous, in light of this close phylo- genetic relationship. Müllerian mimicry: coral snakes Müllerian mimicry involving (left) the venomous Eastern coral snake Micrurus fulvius, (right) the harmless king snake Lampropeltis polyzone, and (bottom) the moderately venomous rear-fanged false coral snake (Oxyrhopus).
Painting by C. Olsen; Learn about this topic in these articles: mimicry of coral snake. The genus Erythrolamprus Boie () comprises six species of Central and South American false coral snakes (Peters & Orejas-Miranda ; Zaher ; Curcio et al.
We constructed a dataset of taxa ( species), of which the following seven species represent outgroups: Calotes versicolor, Chamaeleo calyptratus, Elgaria multicarinata, Heloderma suspectum, Liolaemus darwinii, Plica plica, and Varanus salvator.
Genus: Pliocercus Species: Pliocercus elapoides Subspecies (4): Name. Pliocercus elapoides Cope, ; Syntypes (4): ANSP – Type locality: “near Jalapa, Mexico”.
References Primary references. Cope, E.D. Catalogue of the Colubridae in the Museum of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, with notes and. Pliocercus euryzonus Cope, 72 Holotype: USNM (formerly SIM ), collected by Lieut.
Michler (Darien Survey Expedition). Genus: Pliocercus Cope, Direct Children: Species: Pliocercus elapoides Cope, – Culebra-imita coral común, Variegated False Coral Snake: Species: Pliocercus euryzonus Cope, – Cope's False Coral Snake: Species: Pliocercus wilmarai H.
Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc. Sixty-five species of American coral snakes (genus Micrurus) range from the southern United States to two species live in the United States.
The eastern coral snake, or harlequin snake (M. fulvius), is about a metre ( feet) long and has wide red and black rings separated by narrow rings of Arizona coral snake (Micruroides euryxanthus.
Taxonomic classification of the reef coral families Merulinidae, Montastraeidae, and Diploastraeidae (Cnidaria: Anthozoa: Scleractinia) many taxa spread across the scleractinian tree of life have been incorporated into a rigorous classification underpinned by greater phylogenetic understanding.
several can aid in distinguishing genus. Central American coral snakes generally range in length from mm to m. Coral snakes are identified by the absence of a broad head, the head and neck being about the same size, the absence of elliptical pupils, and by their highly colored body rings or bands.
There is usually some combination of red-yellow-black, but this is variable. Erythrolamprus ocellatus, a.k.a.
the Tobago false coral, a harmless colubrid snake species found on the island of Tobago. several of species of the genus Oxyrhopus: Oxyrhopus guibei, a nonvenomous South American snake.
Oxyrhopus petola, a mildly venomous colubrid snake species found in South America. both species of the genus Pliocercus. In fact, no deaths from coral snake bites have been reported in the U.S. since an antivenin was released in Eastern coral snakes are relatives of the cobra, mamba, and sea snake.
They live. Colubridae Oppel, – Colubrids, Typical Snakes: Subfamily: Dipsadinae Genus: Pliocercus Cope, Species: Pliocercus elapoides Cope, – Culebra-imita coral común, Variegated False Coral Snake: Direct Children: Subspecies: Pliocercus elapoides aequalis Salvin, Subspecies: Pliocercus elapoides diastemus (Bocourt, ).
SMITH, H. On the Mexican snakes of the genus Pliocercus. Proceedings of the Biological So- ciety of Washington SMITH H. M., AND D. CHISZAR.
Species-group taxa of the false coral snake genus Pliocercus. Ra- mus Publishing Company, Pottsville, Pennsylva- nia. SMITH, H. M., D. CHISZAR, AND G. PEREZ-HIGAREDA. Background. Bites provoked by the genus Micrurus represent less than 1% of snakebite cases notified in Brazil, a tiny fraction compared with other genus such as Bothrops and Crotalus, which together represent almost 80% of addition to their less aggressive behavior, habits and morphology of coral snakes are determinant factors for such low incidence of accidents.Coral snakes are brightly colored with red, yellow, and black rings that encircle the entire body.
The wide red and black rings are separated by narrow yellow rings. The head has a blunt, black snout followed by a band of yellow. The tail is black and yellow. Coral snakes have .Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schmidt, Karl Patterson, Coral snakes of the genus Micrurus in Colombia.
Chicago: Chicago Natural History Museum,