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RE: Elaphe - Orthriophis Taxonomic Change

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Posted by: tbrock at Sun Nov 29 22:58:14 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by tbrock ]  
   

>>Hello,
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>>I am trying to find the paper classifying certain species of the genus Elaphe into Orthriophis. Anyone know where I can find more information on this subject?
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>>Thank you.
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>>Cheers,
>>Michael
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Michael, I just saw this post - this is kind of a dead sub-forum...

Anyway, there is a paper by Utiger et al., Molecular systematics and phylogeny of Old and New World Rat Snakes (2002), which is probably the one you're after. You can find it at cnah.org.


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