Rhombifera

Rhombifera

[räm′bif·ə·rə]
(paleontology)
An extinct order of Cystoidea in which the thecal canals crossed the sutures at the edges of the plates, so that one-half of any canal lay in one plate and the other half on an adjoining plate.
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Doce especies se reportaron en 10 o mas ocasiones (Cuadro 1), estas fueron: Ninia maculata, Senticolis triaspis, Leptodeira rhombifera, Boa imperator, Mastigodryas melanolomus, Trimorphodon quadruplex, Phrynonax poecilonotus, Sibon nebulatus y Geophis brachycephalus entre las especies no venenosas y Bothrops asper, Bothriechis schlegelii y Porthidium nasutum entre las especies venenosas (Apendice 1).
rhombifera fueron especies de las mas abundantes y comunes en el Valle Central, el hecho de que la mayoria de reportes se dieron en el area metropolitana puede sesgar la abundancia relativa, por tanto, se puede obtener solamente algunas tendencias para cada region.
The ovarian histology of the diamond-backed water snake, Natrix rhombifera, during the reproductive cycle.
Lack of postprandial thermophily in diamondback water snakes, Nerodia rhombifera.
The gross ovarian morphology of the diamond-backed water snake, Natrix rhombifera, during the reproductive cycle.
The comparative ecology of two water snakes, Natrix rhombifera and Natrix erythrogaster, in Oklahoma.
Relictual populations of the toad, Bufo valliceps, and the reptiles, Eumeces tetragrammus, Scincella laterale, Coluber constrictor, Nerodia erythrogaster, and Nerodia rhombifera, also are known to inhabit the basin (McCoy and Minckley, 1969).