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Amphibia-Reptilia 31 (2010): 323-338 Redescription of the southernmost snake species, Bothrops ammodytoides (Serpentes: Viperidae: Crotalinae) Paola A. Carrasco 1,* , Gerardo C. Leynaud 1 , Gustavo J. Scrocchi 2 Abstract. Bothrops ammodytoides is a pitviper species endemic to Argentina that

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Family Viperidae Agkistrodon bilineatus Agkistrodon contortrix Agkistrodon piscivorus Atheris chlorechis Atheris nitschei Atheris squamigera Bitis arietans Bitis caudalis Bitis gabonica Bitis nasicornis Bothrops alternatus Bothrops ammodytoides Bothrops asper Bothrops atrox Bothrops jararaca Bothrops

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- nocercus , Galictis cuja , Conepatus chinga , Felis catus , 7 total records) with 832 Taraborelli, Moreno, Srur, Sandobal, Martínez & Giannoni 0 . 09 ± 0 . 05 carnivores/cavy; and snakes ( Bothrops ammodytoides , 1 record) with 0.005 snakes/cavy (Taraborelli, 2006). Other species of rodents that are

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; Maihuenopsis ; Opuntia ), scattered shrubs ( Flourensia fiebrigii , Gochnatia glutinosa , Senecio subulatus , Baccharis salicifolia , Justicia tweediana , Fabiana patagonica ) and large rocks. Natural predators in the study area include the grey fox ( Lycalopex gymnocercus ), snakes ( Bothrops

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