Herpetology of Japan and Adjacent Territory, Issue 58

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1907 - Reptiles - 577 pages
 

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Contents

ZAOCYS
352
Genus2i HOLARCHUS
353
formosamiK
354
Figs 304306 Jfolirlina formosamui 304 top of head 305 side of head 306 underside of head
355
DINODON
356
rufozonatum
358
rufozonatum walli
364
CALAMARIA
375
Figs 310311 Dinwlon semicarinatum 310 top of head 311 side of head 308
377
Figs 313316 Calamnrin pfefferi 313 top of head 314 side of head 315
379
Figs 317319 Psammodynastes pttlrfrulentus 317 top of head 318 side of head 319 underside of head
384
Figs 320322 Ifemibungim bneltgrri 820 top of head 321 side of head 322 color pattern around middle of body
390
BUNGARUS
397
Fig? 323324 Calliophis macdellnndii 323 top of head 324 side of head 3112
398
Flip 328330 Isitioindu lntiowdntn 828 top of head 329 side of head 330 underside of head
405
Figs 331333 Inticimda ttmifasriittn 331 top of liead 382 side of head 333 underside of head
410
Figs 334337 Emyilocephuliis ijinin 334 top of head 335 side of head 336 underside of head 337 scutellation at inidille of body
415
Figs 338340 Dlntfiro mtlanoceptialn 338 top of head 339 side of head 340 rostral
422
Figs 345347 Disieira mefanoceplinlti 345 top of head 346 aide of head 347 underside of head
423
Figs 348350 Disirira melantireplinln 348 side of head 349 scutellation at middle of body 350 side of tail
424
1 Duteira c lnocineta Side view of head
429
Figs 352354 Ditlrira godrffroyi 32 top of head 353 side of head 354
432
Figs 358360 Coluber berux 358 top of head 359 side of head 360 un derside of head
446
Poison apparatus of a Crotalid snake Kijiht side Kxternal pterygoid bone ectopterygoid or transpalatine ft internal pterygoid lone entopterygoid r pal...
449
Figs 362 W4 Aylitrndon lilomluiijjii 362 top of head 363 side of head 364 underside of head
458
Agkiftrodon Momhuffii? affiiii Side of head
462
Figs 366368 Trimfresurus elegant 366 top of head 367 side of head 3tt8 underside of head
472
TeriiificlnhK coriacea young Kntire animal from above
486
Figs 374376 Dtrmocliely roriaceti young 374 underside of shell 375
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Figs 377378 hiidia sinmrit 377 carapace 378 plastron 4K Figs 379381 Ocadia sinensis 379 top of head 3HO side of head 381 head from front
491
Flgg 382383 Clemmyijuponicn 382 carapace 383 plastron
493
Cletnmiitjaiitinirii young
495
Fig 386386 Oeoclemyi reeretii 385 carapace 386 plastron
498
H9 Canila ruretta young Entire animal from above
508
Figs 393395 Chtloxiu jiinici young 393 entire animal from alwve 394
510
Suborder Chilofce
513
Bibliography
533
List of Japanese and Formuean localities
545
Explanation of plates
553

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Page 444 - If the genus contains both exotic and nonexotic species from the standpoint of the original author, the type should be selected from the nonexotic species.
Page 353 - GRIFFIN. elongate; one prae- and two post-oculars; temporals 2+2; nine upper labials, fifth and sixth entering the eye; five lower labials in contact with the anterior chin-shields, which are shorter than the posterior. Scales in 13 rows.
Page iii - Herbarium," and containing papers relating to the botanical collections of the Museum, have been published as bulletins. The Proceedings, the first volume of which was issued in 1878, are intended as a medium of publication of brief original papers based on the collections of the National Museum, and...
Page 444 - ART. 30. If the original type of a genus was not indicated, the author who first subdivides the genus may apply the name of the original genus to such restricted genus or subgenus as may be judged advisable, and such assignment is not subject to subsequent change.
Page 388 - ... and a half as broad as deep, scarcely visible from above; internasals shorter than prefrontals; frontal much longer than broad, longer than its distance from end of snout, shorter than parietals; loreal about as deep as long; one preocular ; three postoculars ; temporals 1-1 ; seven upper labials, third and fourth entering eye ; four lower labials in contact with anterior genials; posterior genials much longer than anterior; scales in 17 rows, strongly keeled except first row where smooth or...
Page 203 - Kiukius, shows that it is more nearly related to the former than to the latter, the second loreal being as high and short as in the most typical E. latiscutatus. In fact, the only difference I can see consists in the presence of a postnasal in the latter, in this respect agreeing with E. marginatus. The latter I regard as less closely related to the other two than these are among themselves. For further remarks on this subject see above (p. 194). Description (figs. 182-183).— Mule; USNM No.
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Page iii - Since 1902 the volumes of the series known as "Contributions from the National Herbarium," and containing papers relating to the botanical collections of the Museum, have been published as bulletins.
Page 444 - If the original type of a genus was not indicated, the author who first subdivides the genus may apply the name of the original genus to such restricted genus or subgenus as may be judged advisable, and such assignment is not subject to subsequent change. In no case, however, can the name of the original genus be transferred to a group containing none of the species originally included in the genus...

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