2 edition of East African reptiles and amphibians in the United States National museum found in the catalog.
East African reptiles and amphibians in the United States National museum
|Statement||by Arthur Loveridge.|
|Series||Smithsonian institution. United States National museum. Bulletin 151|
|LC Classifications||Q11 .U6 no. 151|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||30026039|
Alexander Grant Ruthven is an extremely important figure in the history of the Division of Reptiles and Amphibians, as he is for the Museum of Zoology and the University of Michigan (Van de Water, ).The large numbers of specimens acquired by the Division in the early part of this century were due to his field work and particular interest in the study of geographic variation with.
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Reptiles and Amphibians of East Africa. This lightweight and portable guide covers the reptiles and 80 amphibians you are most likely to encounter across the five countries of East Africa — Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, and Burundi.
East African reptiles and amphibians in the United States National Museum. Scientific Names on this Page Indexed by Global Names. Journal Title. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Smithsonian Institution. United States National Museum. United States.
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East African reptiles and amphibians in the United States National museum, By b. Arthur Loveridge. Abstract "Bibliography of papers mostly dealing with the herpetology of Kenya Colony and Uganda": p. Mode of access: InternetAuthor: b. Arthur Loveridge. Field Guide to East African Reptiles.
East Africa is home to a remarkable assemblage of reptiles, from crocodiles and chameleons to turtles and tortoises, lizards, worm-lizards, and a stunning array of snakes. The region is a true herpetological hot-spot.
East African reptiles and amphibians in the United States National MuseumAuthor: Arthur Loveridge. ''East African reptiles and amphibians in the United States National Museum.'' Smithsonian Institution, U.S. National Museum Bulletin,Loveridge, A.
''A list of the Amphibia of the British territories in East Africa (Uganda, Kenya Colony, Tanganyika Territory, and Zanzibar), together with keys for the diagnosis of the species.''. Reptiles and Amphibians of the Eastern United States (Native Only) has 3, members.
This group is for learning, discovering, and identifying Reptiles. This research was conducted in Tuskegee National Forest (°N, °W), in Macon County, Alabama (Graham et al.
The site is generally mixed-bottomland forest and is located within. Cochran, D. The Herpetology of Hispaniola. Bulletin of the United States National Museum i–vii + pp. Theses/Dissertations: Harrison, C. A Taxonomic Revision of the Snakes in the Coniophanes piceivittis Species Group.
M.S. Thesis, University of. In the first field guide and reference book about the amphibians of East Africa, Alan Channing and Kim M. Howell provide identification keys and detailed accounts for frog species and 9 by: Loveridge, Arthur () East African reptiles and amphibians in the United States National Museum.: Bull.
US Natl. Mus. (): It is hard to know how many species have gone extinct so far because it is difficult to prove that something not seen recently is really gone forever.
This paper uses a new, highly conservative statistical method to infer the number of extinct amphibian and reptile species across the world. Frogs are of particular concern because an invasive fungus has recently caused many populations to by: Metropolitan Museum.
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Bull. US southern Mozambique. Annals of the Ditsong National Museum of Natural History 3: - get Common Names: Western Yellow-bellied Sand Snake, Stripe-bellied Sand Snake, G: Gelbbauch-Sandrennnatter.
Loveridge, Arthur East African reptiles and amphibians in the United States National Museum. Bull. US Natl. Mus. (): - get paper here; Mertens, R. The Type Designations of the Ophidian Genera Cerastes and Coronella, Established by Laurenti in Copeia (1): 70 - get paper here; O’Shea, M.
The Book of Names: E: Egyptian Cobra, G: Uräusschlange. 1) All native reptiles and amphibians of the northeastern United States were compiled in a spreadsheet. We used species names (common and scientific names) from the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptile’s species list (Crother et al.
Sub-species were included in the Northeast list. Figure 1: Northeast states. East African Reptiles and Amphibians in the United States National Museum avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving 3/5(1).
Buy A Field Guide to the Reptiles of East Africa New Ed by Spawls, Stephen, Howell, Kim, Drewes, Robert, Ashe, James (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.3/5(2). When you think of animals who live on the African savanna, mammals like elephants, zebras and lions probably come to mind.
Indeed, they're well-known creatures of the wilderness; but many unique and beautiful amphibians and reptiles also make homes on the plains and grasslands of the African. Synopsis Part of the well-known Photoguide series of books on African natural history, this guide covers the most common snakes, lizards, skinks, chamaeleons, terrapins and amphibians (frogs) of East Africa - covering a total of species.
The aim is identification and each species account /5(7). Buy Wildlife: Reptiles & Amphibians at WHSmith. We have a great range of Wildlife: Reptiles & Amphibians from top brands. Delivery is free on all UK orders over £ The Amphibian and Reptile Collection is one of the six largest US herpetological collections (overspecimens incatalog entries).
The collection is a research resource for the scientific community with a rich history. Worldwide in scope, it includes fluid-preserved specimens, skeletons, cleared & stained preparations, tissue samples, and histology slides.
Metropolitan Museum. Top NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center. Brooklyn Museum. Full text of "African reptiles and amphibians in Field Museum of Natural History". The Horn of Africa is a center of diversity for African agamid lizards. Among the nine species of Agama occurring in the Horn of Africa, Agama spinosa is the most widely distributed.
The A. spinosa group (sensu stricto, morphologically defined by possessing six clusters of spinose scales around the ear) contains two species: A. spinosa occurs from Egypt to Ethiopia and Somalia where it is. In book: Atlas des reptiles et amphibiens terrestres de l'archipel des Comores [Atlas of the terrestrial reptiles and amphibians of the Comoros Archipelago], Publisher: Biotope éditions, Mèze.
A total of species of amphibians and reptiles are known from the United States(CollinsStandard Common and Current Scientific Names). Their distribution varies widely by state (Table 1). The warmer states (Table 2), such as Texas and Florida, have a higher diversity than northern states, such as Alaska and North Dakota.
The amphibianFile Size: 13KB. The continent of Africa is home to some of the world’s most amazing animals. Although mammals such as the lion and giraffe, and reptiles such as the fearsome Nile crocodile and Gaboon viper, make most of the headlines, the amphibians of Africa are more than noteworthy in their own right.
Frogs make up the majority of Africa’s amphibians. Loveridge, Arthur, East African Reptiles and Amphibians in the United States National Museum: United States National Museum: BulletinWashington, Smithsonian Institution, Loveridge, Arthur, Field Notes on Vertebrates Collected by the Smithsonian-Chrysler East African Expedition of in Proceedings of the United States National Museum, Arti NoWashington, Publication info: [Nairobi]:[East Africa and Uganda Natural History Society], Holding Institution: American Museum of Natural History Library A comparative study of the herpetological faunae of the Uluguru and Usambara mountains, Tanganyika territory with descriptions of new species / by T.
Barbour and A. Loveridge. In the 10th edition of Systema Naturae, Carl Linnaeus described the Amphibia as. Animals that are distinguished by a body cold and generally naked; stern and expressive countenance; harsh voice; mostly lurid color; filthy odor; a few are furnished with a horrid poison; all have cartilaginous bones, slow circulation, exquisite sight and hearing, large pulmonary vessels, lobate liver, oblong.
Karl Patterson Schmidt joined The Field Museum of Natural History in August as Assistant Curator and was the first staff member devoted solely to the newly renamed Division of Amphibians and Reptiles. Inthe Field Museum herpetology collection consisted of less than 8, specimens, representing approximately 3, catalog entries.
Cochran, Doris M. "Type Specimens of Reptiles and Amphibians in the U.S. National Museum."Bulletin of the United States National Museum. 1– A Field Guide to Reptiles and Amphibians: Eastern and Central North America (Peterson Field Guide Series) by Roger Conant, Joseph T.
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Turner, are placed on display in mammal hall in the new United States National Museum, now the National Museum of Natural History. Search Atheris squamigera with PubMed: Bibliography: 1.
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Cumulative extinction probability curves suggest that anuran extinction rates were negligible before the s, and since then have been considerable and sustained (Fig. 1).There is substantial decoupling among regions and between groups (Table 1).For example, the number of extinctions in the southeastern United States and southern Europe is apparently zero, in line with Cited by: Amphibian decline is a problem of local, national, and international scope that can affect ecosystem function, biodiversity, and commerce.
This fact sheet provides a snapshot of the state of the amphibians and introduces examples to illustrate the range of issues in the United States.
The State of Amphibians in the United StatesAuthor: E. Muths, M.J. Adams, E.H.C. Grant, D. Miller, P.S. Corn, L.C. Ball.Reptile Discovery Center keepers provide the animals with enrichment—enclosures, socialization, objects, sounds, smells and other stimuli—to enhance their well-being and give them an outlet to demonstrate their species-typical behaviors.
An exhibit’s design is carefully and deliberately planned to provide physically and mentally stimulating toys, activities, and environments for the Zoo.