Anilios - Wikispecies

Anilios Gray, 1845: 135; Type species: Anilios australis Gray, 1845, by subsequent designation of Stejneger (1904: 683). References Primary references . Gray, J.E. 1845. Catalogue of the Specimens of Lizards in the Collection of the British Museum. British Museum (Natural History), London, xxvii + 322 pp. BHL; Additional references


Holotype of Anilios fossor. | Download Scientific Diagram

Download scientific diagram | Holotype of Anilios fossor. from publication: A new species of Anilios (Scolecophidia: Typhlopidae) from Central Australia | Anilios fossor sp. nov. is described from

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Oct 21, 2015· PDF | Anilios fossor sp. nov. is described from a single specimen collected in 1989 from Ruby Gap Nature Park, Northern Ter-ritory. The species differs | Find, read and cite all the research


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A new species of Anilios (Scolecophidia: Typhlopidae) from

Oct 21, 2015· PDF | Anilios fossor sp. nov. is described from a single specimen collected in 1989 from Ruby Gap Nature Park, Northern Ter-ritory. The species differs | Find, read and cite all the research


List of snakes by scientific name - Wikipedia

Anilios Anilios affinis Anilios ammodytes Anilios aspinus Anilios australis Anilios batillus Anilios broomi Anilios centralis Anilios chamodracaena Anilios diversus Anilios endoterus Anilios erycinus Anilios fossor Anilios ganei Anilios grypus Anilios guentheri Anilios hamatus Anilios howi Anilios insperatus Anilios kimberleyensis Anilios


Anilios endoterus (Waite 1918) - Encyclopédie de la Vie

URI : Définition : Any measurable or observable behavioral characteristic related to a daily biological activity cycle


Signs of Drought Recovery - Bush Heritage Australia

Nov 24, 2020· Signs of post-drought recovery on Bon Bon. One of the most anticipated events on the calendar for our South Australian reserves is small vertebrate trapping. These surveys provide the opportunity to eyeball some of


Anilios vagurima | The Reptile Database

DIAGNOSIS: A moderately slender and elongate Anilios to approximately 325 mm. Distinguished from all other congeners by a combination of midbody scales in 22 rows, 557 total dorsal


Holotype of Anilios fossor. | Download Scientific Diagram

Download scientific diagram | Holotype of Anilios fossor. from publication: A new species of Anilios (Scolecophidia: Typhlopidae) from Central Australia | Anilios fossor sp. nov. is described from

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Interior Blind Snake articles - Encyclopedia of Life

Anilios endoterus, formally Ramphotyphlops endoterus, is commonly known as the interior blind snake. It is one of 42 species of snake in the genus Anilios (Ramphotyphlops) from the Typhlopidae family living in Australia. These snakes appear to be blind, only having vestigial eyes that are extremely sensitive to light.


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Interior Blind Snake articles - Encyclopedia of Life

Anilios endoterus, formally Ramphotyphlops endoterus, is commonly known as the interior blind snake. It is one of 42 species of snake in the genus Anilios (Ramphotyphlops) from the Typhlopidae family living in Australia. These snakes appear to be blind, only having vestigial eyes that are extremely sensitive to light.


SA Dragons Jan/Feb 2022 (Part 2) — Wes Read Photography

Feb 05, 2022· We continued to cruise for another hour, with the only other species to be found an Interior Blind Snake (Anilios endoterus), although we did finish the night with a total of ten Western Hoodeds. Donning the headtorches we headed into the dunes in search of Pernatty Knob-tails ( Nephrurus deleani ), which didn’t take long to find with three


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Anilios australis | The Reptile Database

Anilios australis GRAY 1845: 135 Onychocephalus verticalis SMITH 1846 (fide STORR 1981) Typhlops preissi JAN, in JAN & SORDELLI 1860 (fide BOULENGER 1893) Lectotype: BMNH 1946.1.10.61 (designated by COGGER 1983), presented W. Buchanan. Paralectotype: BMNH 1946.1.11.14 (=Anilios endoterus) (by subsequent designation of lectotype Cogger et al


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[PDF]RAG1 - V(D)J recombination-activating protein 1 - Anilios

Catalytic component of the RAG complex, a multiprotein complex that mediates the DNA cleavage phase during V(D)J recombination. V(D)J recombination assembles a diverse

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Genus Anilios - taxonomy & distribution / RepFocus

Anilios endoterus Interior Blind Snake, (Centralian Blind Snake) Hermannsburg-Blindschlange Hermannsburg-ormeslange Distribution: Australia ( New South Wales, Northern Territory,


Interior Blind Snake - Encyclopedia of Life

Anilios endoterus (Interior Blind Snake) is a species of snakes in the family blind snakes. They are found in australasia. They are nocturnal. Individuals can grow to 251 mm. They have


SA Dragons Jan/Feb 2022 (Part 2) — Wes Read Photography

Feb 05, 2022· We continued to cruise for another hour, with the only other species to be found an Interior Blind Snake (Anilios endoterus), although we did finish the night with a total of ten Western Hoodeds. Donning the headtorches we headed into the dunes in search of Pernatty Knob-tails ( Nephrurus deleani ), which didn’t take long to find with three


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[PDF]RAG1 - V(D)J recombination-activating protein 1 - Anilios endoterus

Catalytic component of the RAG complex, a multiprotein complex that mediates the DNA cleavage phase during V(D)J recombination. V(D)J recombination assembles a diverse repertoire of immunoglobulin and T-cell receptor genes in developing B and T-lymphocytes through rearrangement of different V (variable), in some cases D (diversity), and J (joining) gene


Interior Blind Snake (Wildlife of Port Augusta) · iNaturalist Australia

Anilios endoterus. More Info. iNaturalistAU taxon page; Animal Diversity Web; Atlas of Living Australia; Biodiversity Heritage Library; BOLD Systems BIN search; HerpMapper; Snake


Anilios endoterus (Waite 1918) - Encyclopédie de la Vie

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Interior Blind Snake - Encyclopedia of Life

Anilios endoterus (Interior Blind Snake) is a species of snakes in the family blind snakes. They are found in australasia. They are nocturnal. Individuals can grow to 251 mm. They have sexual reproduction. Reproduction is oviparous.


Interior Blind Snake articles - Encyclopedia of Life

Anilios endoterus, formally Ramphotyphlops endoterus, is commonly known as the interior blind snake. It is one of 42 species of snake in the genus Anilios (Ramphotyphlops) from the Typhlopidae family living in Australia. These snakes appear to be blind, only having vestigial eyes that are extremely sensitive to light.


A new species of Anilios (Scolecophidia: Typhlopidae) from

Oct 21, 2015· PDF | Anilios fossor sp. nov. is described from a single specimen collected in 1989 from Ruby Gap Nature Park, Northern Ter-ritory. The species differs | Find, read and cite all the research


[PDF]Anilios endoterus (Waite 1918) - Encyclopédie de la Vie

URI : Définition : Any measurable or observable behavioral characteristic related to a daily biological activity cycle


Key to the Blind Snakes of South Australia

Anilios endoterus 4a. Cutting edge weak, projects forward centralis 3b. Cutting edge pronounced, projects downwards 5. a North-eastern corner of SA; cutting edge on the rostral only, not extending on to the nasal scales; body very slender,


Interior Blind Snake (Wildlife of Port Augusta) · iNaturalist Australia

Anilios endoterus. More Info. iNaturalistAU taxon page; Animal Diversity Web; Atlas of Living Australia; Biodiversity Heritage Library; BOLD Systems BIN search; HerpMapper; Snake Database; The Reptile Database; VertNet; iNaturalistAU Map x


[PDF]Serpiente ciega interior

Anilios endoterus, formalmente Ramphotyphlops endoterus, se conoce comúnmente como la serpiente ciega interior. Es una de las 42 especies de serpientes del género Anilios (