Sexual dimorphism in development and venom production of the insular threatened pit viper Bothrops insularis (Serpentes: Viperidae) of Queimada Grande Island, Brazil

  • Travaglia-Cardoso S
  • Zelanis A
  • Furtado M
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Abstract: Bothrops insularis is a threatened snake endemic to Queimada Grande Island, southern coast of S{ã}o Paulo, Brazil, and the occurrence of sexual abnormalities in females (females with functional ovaries and rudimentary hemipenis) has been reported in this population. To ...

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Travaglia-Cardoso, S. R., Zelanis, A., & Furtado, M. de F. D. (2010). Sexual dimorphism in development and venom production of the insular threatened pit viper Bothrops insularis (Serpentes: Viperidae) of Queimada Grande Island, Brazil. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 2(10), 1177–1184. https://doi.org/10.11609/jott.o2369.1177-84

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