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- found: ITIS, Oct. 18, 2000 (Suborder Serpentes. Common name: snakes. Order Squamata, Superorder Lepidosauria, Infraclass Sauria, Subclass Diapsida, Class Reptilia)
- found: OCLC, Oct. 18, 2000 (titles: Serpents of northeastern United States; The feeding habits of serpents; A new species of Crotaphopeltis (Serpentes:Colubridae) from Barotseland, Zambia; A new Hexametra species (Nematoda, Ascaridoidea) from ophidians in Louisiana; Checklist of the snakes of the Indo-Australian Archipelago (Reptiles, Ophidia); O status de Elapomorphus suspectus Amaral 1924 (Ophidia:Colubridae); Indian snakes : an elementary treatise on ophiology)
- 2000-10-18: new
- 2000-11-30: revised
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