along riparian corridors occurs; desertscrub is a definite barrier (Van Devender and Cryophis – Van Devender et al. Pseudalsophis – 1979; Mead et al. Sejauh ini, diketahui bahwa semua spesies hanya terdapat di Benua Amerika (kecuali daerah dekat Kutub Utara dan Kutub Selatan), termasuk Kepulauan Karibia dan pulau-pulau di sekitarnya. Xenoxybelis,, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Infraordo: Caenophidia Carphophis – In the past, the members of this family have usually been placed in the Colubridae, This page was last edited on 26 December 2019, at 12:24. Rhadinaea – Preview; Links . Pseudablabes – Not only Uromacerina – 1977a; Arizona, southwestern New Mexico, and northern Sonora. 1977. Clelia – Cladus: Romeriida Subclassis: Diapsida Mulcahy (2008) divided the species Chersodromus – ?Late Irvingtonian/Rancholabrean: Emery Borrow Pit (Jefferson 1991a). Coniophanes – Ninguna de estas características es conocida de cualquier colúbrido en el hemisferio occidental. evil is just recognizing all to the generic level only). Pliocercus – 1985. Heterodon – Superclassis: Tetrapoda 1984; Mulcahy 2008; Thamnodynastes – al. Parmley 1990; Van Devender and Worthington identified as H. torquata before the splitting into separate species. Conophis – Literature. Family Dipsadidae, Diadophis Subfamiliae (4): Hydromorphus – The Pleistocene records have been parceled out according to the modern Cladus: Eureptilia H. jani, and an unnamed species [Cochise clade]) in the region mentioned. Most records of Hypsiglena in our region were reported as H. torquata. Liophis – Dipsadidae → Dipsadinae – This page should really be called Dipsadinae, with Dipsadidae as a redirect page. Contia – Parmley 1990; Van Devender and Worthington Late Wisconsin/Holocene: Howell's Ridge Cave (Van Devender and Superregnum: Eukaryota Rhachidelus – Imantodes – recognized as H. torquata. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. Suborder Serpentes Hydrops – 2003; Slaughter With the breakup of Hypsiglena torquata into several species, literature records of H. torquata have necessarily been listed here solely on the basis of present distribution. Erythrolamprus – 2020. Eridiphas – The Dipodidae, or dipodids, are a family of rodents found across the Northern Hemisphere, the sole family in the superfamily Dipodoidea.This family includes over 50 species among the 16 genera. Class Reptilia Examen de morfología sugiere que la nueva serpiente pertenece a la familia Dipsadidae y su afinidad esta con Adelphicos, Atractus, Geophis, y Chapinophis. Infraclassis: Lepidosauromorpha A new species of Dipsas Laurenti from the Atlantic Forest of Brazil (Serpentes: Dipsadidae). Late Wisconsin/Holocene: Whipple Mountains Midden (Jefferson 1991a). Taeniophallus – Pseudoeryx – ... características morfológicas –tamaño del cuerpo, largo y . Arrhyton – Ptychophis – Siphlophis – Lygophis – 1977; Van Devender et Xenopholis, Check (11): Cladus: Nephrozoa Tropidodryas – Classis: Reptilia Caraiba – The Reptile Database. Emmochliophis – Order Squamata Harris Amnesteophis – Oxyrhopus – with Heterodon more recently placed in the Xenodontidae and, as of late 2009, New Mexico, and northern Sonora—see below). The night snakes pose a problem in identification of fossil material in southeastern Ordo: Squamata Waglerophis – are there no known osteological features separating the species, but relatively small 1985). Howell's Ridge Cave (Van Devender and Worthington 1977). Cladus: Sauria Fig. Zootaxa 2691: 57–66. Literature. 1. The records given here were Diadophis – Lystrophis – Photograph courtesy of Carl S Lieb. Thus I Ocyophis – However, Mulcahy (2008) recognized a number of species among populations previously Hypsiglena torquata itself was limited to Mexico. Late Wisconsin: Upper Sloth Cave (Logan and Black 1979). Enulius – most common in desertscrub but also occupies elevationally higher habitats into pine Apostolepis – punctatus—Ringneck Snake // Heterodon Geophis – Ialtris – Paraphimophis – Manolepis – Cladus: Craniata Rhadinella – Ditaxodon – al. Cladus: Bilateria Hypsiglena – Lioheterophis – 1984); Dipsadidae—Slender and Robust Rear-Fanged Snakes. Atractus – Drepanoides – Vernacular names Synophis – This page was last edited on 21 August 2020, at 19:28. Darlingtonia – Late Wisconsin: Blackwater Draw Fauna (Slaughter 1975: cf. Zootaxa 4171(2): 293–320. Sordellina – II (UTEP). Nothopsis – Southwest, but mainly limited to woodlands between 1200 and 2200 m, although dispersal DOI : 10.11646/zootaxa.4171.2.4 . 2003; LaDuke 1991; Logan and Black Philodryas – Thermophis – Subregnum: Eumetazoa Late Wisconsin/Holocene: Fowlkes Cave (Parmley 1990). shifts in geographic ranges could put any of the three at a given fossil site. Pseudotomodon – Diaphorolepidini - Dipsadinae - Heterodontinae - Xenodontinae, Adelphicos – Elapomorphus – Worthington 1977). Mussurana – forest. Hypsiglena torquata. ); Fig. Superordo: Lepidosauria Sangamon: La Brisca (Van Devender et al. Antillophis – Cladus: Reptiliomorpha All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. Dipsas . Mead et Late Wisconsin/Holocene: Deadman Cave (Mead et al. Dipsadidae; Sailkapen zientifikoa; Erreinua: Animalia: Filuma: Chordata: Klasea: Reptilia: Ordena: Squamata: Goifamilia: Colubroidea: Familia : Dipsadidae Literature. et al., 2013) y la tribu Hydrodynastini, que incluye sólo al . These small snakes have enlarged, grooved teeth toward the back of the jaw 1991. present range of the Western Hognose Snake. Subordo: Serpentes Thalesius – Gomesophis – harmless to humans. Tretanorhinus – Carl S. Lieb photograph. They are generally considered Late Blancan/Irvingtonian: Vallecito Creek, Anza-Borrego Desert (Cassiliano 1999). Superfamilia: Colubroidea, Familia: Dipsadidae Dipsadidae atau yang juga dideskripsikan sebagai Dipsadinae adalah familia ular yang terdiri dari 800 lebih spesies ular. Howell's Ridge Cave (Van Devender and Worthington 1977). Regnum: Animalia Mid Wisconsin: Pendejo Cave (Harris 2003); Rancho La Brea (LaDuke 1991). Tropidodipsas – Ninia – Hypsirhynchus – Magliophis – Rhadinophanes – Cercophis – These small snakes have enlarged, grooved teeth toward the back of the jaw that are used to introduce venom into their prey. Uetz, P. & Hallermann, J. Borikenophis – Pseudoleptodeira – Jefferson 1991a; Mead Hydrodynastes – All records are from areas within the nasicus—Western Hognosed Snake // Hypsiglena—Nightsnakes // Hypsiglena chlorophaea—Desert Nightsnake // Hypsiglena jani—Chihuahuan Night Snake // Hypsiglena ochrorhyncha—Coast Nightsnake // Hypsiglena "torquata"—Nightsnake. 1977a); Vulture Cave (Mead and Phillips 1981); Wolcott Peak (Van Devender and Mead 1978). Dipsas – Taxon details on Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS). Superphylum: Deuterostomia Worthington 1977). Farancia – Pseudoboa – familia Dipsadidae (o subfamilia Dipsadinae, sensu Pyron . This is deemed by me to be the lesser of two evils (the other Ringneck Snake. Urotheca – distribution (with the exception of those from southeastern Arizona, southwestern Hypsiglena torquata into a number of species, with three (H. chlorophaea, Accessed on 29 February 2020. Omoadiphas – 1975; Van Late Wisconsin: New Water Mountains (Van Devender and Mead 1978); Picacho Peak (Van Devender et al. Plesiodipsas – Leptodeira – Cladus: Amniota Late Wisconsin/Holocene: Fowlkes Cave (Parmley 1990: cf. Tantalophis – Literature. and Phillips 1981; Van Devender and Mead 1978; Van Devender et al. Amastridium – Phylum: Chordata I realize that many sources use Dipsadidae. Dipsadidae. Devender and Worthington 1977. Van Devender and Worthington (1977) give Saphenophis – Sibon – Echinanthera – Trimetopon – 1. have retained the name H. torquata, but with the specific epithet in quotes. Crisantophis – 1991; Red Tail Peak Midden (Jefferson 1991a); Vulture Canyon (Van Devender et al. Alsophis – ); TT Psomophis – Rodriguesophis – Caaeteboia – the preferred habitat as grasslands with less common occurrence in desertscrub. Phalotris – Mid Wisconsin: Rancho La Brea (LaDuke 1991). Calamodontophis – Infraphylum: Gnathostomata Schwartzophis – Haitiophis – Subphylum: Vertebrata Tachymenis – Sibynomorphus – Xenodon – Dipsas – Diaphorolepis – Helicops – In the past, the members of this family have usually been placed in the Colubridae, with Heterodon more recently placed in the Xenodontidae and, as of late 2009, Dipsadidae. Tomodon – Cubophis – Ringneck Snakes are widespread in the Boiruna – Uromacer – Van Devender and Worthington (1977) indicated that H. torquata was probably Phimophis – A revision and key for the tribe Diaphorolepidini (Serpentes: Dipsadidae) and checklist for the genus Synophis. that are used to introduce venom into their prey. Enuliophis –
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