Reptilia, Serpentes, Dipsadidae, Gomesophis brasiliensis (Gomes, 1918): Distribution extension in state of Santa Catarina, Brazil

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  • Lucas E
  • Caldart V
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The Brazilian burrowing snake, Gomesophis brasiliensis, occurs in aquatic habitats such as swamps, from Minas Gerais and Distrito Federal until Rio Grande do Sul. In spite of this wide distribution, the species’ geographic range still remains unclear. This note reports the occurrence of G. brasiliensis in the municipality of Vargem Bonita, state of Santa Catarina, south Brazil, extending the species’ range ca. 80 km to the west in this state.

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  • Vanessa Barbisan Fortes

  • Elaine Maria Lucas

  • Vinícius Matheus Caldart

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