Katty Garzon

Katty Garzon
Universidad Veracruzana | UV · Institute of Neuroethology

M. Sc student
Behavioral biology in snakes

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Reproductive behavior and development in Spilotes sulphureus (Serpentes: Colubridae) from Ecuador. The Birdsnake Spilotes sulphureus is a large-sized species that occurs from the Amazon region to the Atlantic forest of South America. Despite the wide distribution little is known about its natural history. Here we report, for the frst time, reproduc...
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It was officially delivered on December 2016 and it had an Award, to the best publication of the 2016 year, in the field of Biological Sciences, for its contribution at the local and regional level. This book fills a knowledge gap on the 36 species of venomous snakes known to occur in Ecuador (VIPERIDAE and ELAPIDAE fAMILY). It is a compilation of...
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We present an analysis of the diversity of snakes of Quito Metropolitan District, northern Ecuador. For this study, we conducted field work, examined material deposited at museums, and reviewed relevant literature. We found evidence of 41 species of snakes at Quito Metropolitan District, including members of the families Colubridae (31 spp.), Elapi...
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Porthidhon arcosae (SCHATTI & KRAMER, 1993) is a terrestrial, small-sized (ca. 720 mm total length), rare and little studied pitviper endemic to Ecuador, occurring in a variety of dry xeric forests, in the province of Manabi. Specimens preserved in collections and observations of snakes in captive conditions yielded new information about its natura...

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