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 Scientific papers - Bitis

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PostSubject: Scientific papers - Bitis   Tue 11 Dec - 3:08

BARLOW , A., K. BAKER, C.R. HENDRY, L. PEPPIN, T. PHELPS, K.A. TOLLAY, C.E. WÜSTER & W. WÜSTER (2013). Phylogeography of the widespread African puff adder (Bitis arietans) reveals multiple Pleistocene refugia in Southern Africa. Molecular Ecology doi: 10.1111/mec.12157

DENARDO , D.F., J.V. LUNA & M. HWANG (2002). Ambient temperature activity of Horned Adders, Bitis caudalis: how cold is too cold? Journal of Herpetology, 36(4):688-691

LENK , P., H.-W. HERMANN, U. JOGER & M. WINK (1999). Phylogeny and Taxonomic Subdivision of Bitis (Reptilia: Viperidae) based on Molecular Evidence.
KAUPIA-Darmstädter Beiträge zur Naturgeschichte, 8:31-38

MALINA , T. & L. KRESZAK (2008). Clinical aspects and consequences of envenoming by a captive Rhonoceros viper (Bitis nasicornis) in Hungary. SWISS MED WKLY, 138:85-88

MARITZ , B. (2011). Ecology of the Namaqua Dwarf Adder, Bitis schneideri. University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (Doctoral Thesis).

SANCHEZ , E.E., D. HOTLE & A. RODRIGUEZ-ACOSTA (2011). Neutralization of Bitis parviocula (Ethiopian Mountain Adder) venom by the South African Institute of Medical Research (SAIMR) antivenom. RE. Inst. Med. Trop. Sao Paulo, 53(4):213-217

WARNER , J.K. (2009). Conservation Biology of the Gaboon Viper (Bitis gabonica) in South Africa. University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg (Master Thesis)
University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg

WARRELL , D.A., M.D. ORMEROD & N.M. DAVIDSON (1975). Bites by Puff Adders (Bitis arietans) in Nigeria, and value of antivenom. Br. Med. J., 4(5998):697-700

WILDI , S.M., A. GÄMPERLI, G. BEER & K. MARKWALDER (2001). Severe envenoming by a Gaboon Viper (Bitis gabonica). SWISS MED WKLY, 131:54-55.

YOUNG , B.A., N. NEJMAN, K. MELTZER & J. MARVIN (1999). The mechanics of sound production in the Puff Adder Bitis arietans (Serpentes: Viperidae) and the information content of the snake hiss. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 202:2281-2289

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