Amphisbaena


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Amphisbaena

two-headed monster, either scaled like a snake or feathered; one head remains awake while the other sleeps. [Roman Myth.: White]
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Detection and use of foraging trails of the leaf-cutting ant Atta laevigata (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) by Amphisbaena alba (Reptilia: Squamata).
The association of Amphisbaena alba (Reptilia: Amphisbaenia) with the leaf-cutting ant Atta cephalotes in Trinidad.
A new two-pored Amphisbaena Linnaeus from the endangered Brazilian Cerrado biome (Squamata: Amphisbaenidae).
IAvH 5173); Amphisbaena fuliginosa: PAZ DE ARIPORO, vereda La Colombina, entre finca El Porvenir y El Baile (ICN-TAS 813); Amphisbaena sp.
The present study was undertaken to investigate infection rates (prevalence and mean infection intensity) for pentastomids in two sympatric and syntopic Amphisbaena species.
Field work to capture Amphisbaena vermicularis was carried out from January to May 2008 on the lower slopes of the Chapada do Araripe Mountains (07[degrees]16' S and 39[degrees] 26' W) within the limits of the Chapada do Araripe Environmental Protection Area in the municipality of Crato, Ceara State, Brazil.
Ocorrencia de cistos parasitarios no rim de duas especies de Amphisbaena (Reptilia: Squamata).
An aid to the identification of the South American species of Amphisbaena (Squamata, Amphisbaenidae).
Pulmonary infection by Raillietiella gighohi in Amphisbaena species (with their respective host habitat type), and values of prevalence (in %), intensity of infection, the corresponding range of the intensity of infection, and data source.
Raillietiella gigliolii is a species of pentastomid parasite of amphisbaenas that has been described as being specific to A.
Ventral scales of same size as dorsals and separated of them by a lateral row; head doesn't differ almost of the tail Amphisbaena fidiginosa 28' Rectangular scales without forming traverse rings; eye under a transparent scale; Ventral scales clearly different from the dorsals; Tail clearly different from the head 29 29.
Smith 2 1 3 2 A134 Caloneis amphisbaena (Bory) 4 3 2 3 3 Cleve Familia Diploneidaceae D.