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Synonyms:
   Liophis janaleeae 

Broader Terms:
   Liophis (Amazon Ground Snake) 
 
 


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1.  New records of Helminths in Reptiles from five states of Brazil.LinkIT
Quirino TF, Ferreira AJMG, Silva MC, Silva RJ, Morais DH, Ávila RW
Brazilian journal of biology = Revista brasleira de biologia, 2018
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2.  Dissecting the major American snake radiation: A molecular phylogeny of the Dipsadidae Bonaparte (Serpentes, Caenophidia).LinkIT
Vidal N, Dewynter M, Gower DJ
Comptes rendus biologies, 2010
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3.  The snake community of Serra do Mendanha, in Rio de Janeiro State, southeastern Brazil: composition, abundance, richness and diversity in areas with different conservation degrees.LinkIT
Pontes JA, Pontes RC, Rocha CF
Brazilian journal of biology = Revista brasleira de biologia, 2009
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4.  A new genus and species of opisthogonimid (Digenea) of Liophis anomalus (Serpentes: Colubridae) from Uruguay.LinkIT
Volonterio O, Baletta S, Meneghel M
The Journal of parasitology, 2006
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5.  First record of Cephalobaena tetrapoda (Pentastomida: Cephalobaenidae) as a parasite on Liophis lineatus (Ophidia: Colubridae) in Northeast Brazil.LinkIT
Almeida WO, Brito SV, Ferreira FS, Christoffersen ML
Brazilian journal of biology = Revista brasleira de biologia, 2006
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6.  The primary structure of three hemoglobin chains from the indigo snake (Drymarchon corais erebennus, Serpentes): first evidence for alphaD chains and two beta chain types in snakes.LinkIT
Stoeckelhuber M, Gorr T, Kleinschmidt T
Biological chemistry, 2002
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7.  The amino acid sequences of two alpha chains of hemoglobins from Komodo dragon Varanus komodoensis and phylogenetic relationships of amniotes.LinkIT
Fushitani K, Higashiyama K, Moriyama EN, Imai K, Hosokawa K
Molecular biology and evolution, 1996
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8.  Primary structure of hemoglobin from cobra Naja naja naja.LinkIT
Naqvi S, Abbasi A, Zaidi ZH
Journal of protein chemistry, 1994
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9.  Polyphosphate binding sites in Liophis miliaris hemoglobin. Evidence with reduced nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate.LinkIT
Focesi Júnior A, Takagi M, Ogo SH
Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciencias, 1990
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10.  The amino acid sequences of the alpha and beta chains of hemoglobin from the snake, Liophis miliaris.LinkIT
Matsuura MS, Fushitani K, Riggs AF
The Journal of biological chemistry, 1989
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