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 Scientific papers - Cerastes & Pseudocerastes

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PostSubject: Scientific papers - Cerastes & Pseudocerastes   Tue 18 Dec - 20:46

AMR , Z.S. & A.M. DISI (2011). Systematics, distribution and ecology of the snakes of Jordan. Vertebrate Zoology, 61(2):179-226.

BOSTANCHI , H., S.S. ANDERSON, H.G. KAMI & T.J. PAPENFUSS (2006). New Species of Pseudocerastes with Elaborate Tail Ornamentation from Western Iran (Squamata: Viperidae). Proceedings of the California Academy of Sciences, 57(14):443-450

BRITO , J.C., S. FAHD, P. GENIEZ, F. MARTINEZ-FREIRA, J.M. PLEGUEZUELAS & J.-F. TRAPE (2011). Biogeography and conservation of viperids from North-West Africa: An application of ecological niche-based models and GIS. Journal of the Arid Environment, 75:1029-1037.

ELKABBAJ , D., K. HASSANI & R. EL JAOUDI (2012).Acute Renal Failure Following the Saharan Horned Viper (Cerastes cerastes) Bite. Arab Journal pf Nephrology and Transplantation, 5(3):159-161.

HEATWOLE , H. & E. DAVIDSON (1076). A review of caudal luring in the snakes with notes on its occurence in the Saharan sand viper (Cerastes vipera). Herpetologica, 32:332-336

SCHNEEMAN , M., R. CATHOMAS, S.T. LAIDLAW, A.M. EL NAHAS, R.D.G.THEAKSTON & D.A. WARRELL (2004). Live threatening envenoming by the Saharan horned viper (Cerastes cerastes) causing micro-angiopathic haemolysis, coagulopathy and acute renal failure: clinical cases and review. Oxford Journals of Medicine, 97(1):717-727.

SUBACH , A., I. SCHARF & O. OVADIA (2009). Foraging behavior and predation success of the sand viper (Cerastes vipera). Can. J. Zool., 87:520-528

WAGNER, PH. & T.M. WILMS (2010). A crowned devil: new species of Cerastes LAURENTI, 1768 (Ophidia, Viperidae) from Tunisia, with two nomenclatural comments. Bonn zoological Bulletin, 57(2):297-306.

YOUNG , B.A. & M. MARAIN (2002). The use of ground-borne vibration for prey localization in the Saharan sand viper (Cerastes). The Journal of Experimental Biology, 205:661-665.

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