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Identifying patterns of herpetofaunal diversity is imperative to the conservation of these species and the ecosystems on which they rely. In this study, we determined species occurrence and composition of the herpetofauna at the Reserva de Biósfera Estación Biológica del Beni and the Chimane Reserve Indigenous Territory. Combined data resulted in d...
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We used radio-telemetry to record how Caiman yacare (Cy) and Melanosuchus niger (Mn) responded to the intrusion of the Maniqui river into Cedral Lagoon in the Bolivian Amazon. Nine M. niger and 3 C. yacare were followed between December 2015 and May 2016. Both species showed a gradual reduction in mean monthly range from December (19.96 ha Mn and 1...
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Evaluación del comportamiento agonista de quirquinchos andinos (Chaetophractus vellerosus) en el Zoológico Municipal Vesty Pakos, 1 Autor para correspondencia Resumen El quirquincho andino (Chaetophractus vellerosus) es una de las especies más afectadas por el uso folklórico tradicional en Bolivia (fabricación de charangos, matracas, amuletos y tax...
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Understanding of snake ecology has increased over the past two decades, but is still limited for many species. This is particularly true for the recently described Beni anaconda (Eunectes beniensis). We present the results of a radio-telemetry study of nine (3M:6F) adult E. beniensis, including home range, and habitat use. We located the snakes 242...
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Opportunistic finding of anacondas preying on co-specifics.

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Behavioral and physiological thermoregulation studies of reptiles (various species) of Bolivia.