Viviana Andrea Ramírez-Castaño

Viviana Andrea Ramírez-Castaño
University of Caldas · Caldas

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First record of the viper snake Bothrops punctatus (Squamata: Viperidae) from departament of Caldas (Colombia) and for the Parque Nacional Natural Selva de Florencia. This article shows an updated map (with and a list of localities reported to date) of the distribution of this species in Colombia. Additionally, the observation report of 4 juveniles...
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El conocimiento de los reptiles en Colombia es aún incompleto, aunque el país alberga una alta diversidad de este grupo. En los últimos años, las colecciones regionales han contribuido a llenar vacíos de información sobre la biogeografía, la variación intra e interespecífica y la sistemática de diversos grupos. Presentamos aquí la información de 61...
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Memorias Segundo Encuentro Nacional de Estudiantes de Biología (ENEBIO II) es una publicación anual que reúne las presentaciones orales y exposiciones de pósteres, derivadas de la investigación y trabajo académico que se presentan en el evento del mismo nombre. Esta primera versión fue organizada por el programa de biología de la Universidad de Cal...
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Here we report the Coralsnake M. dumerilii, ingesting a specimen of Caecilia thompsoni (Gymmnophiona: Caecilidae) in the Reserve Río Manso in the departament of Caldas, Colombia
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The first report of the Speckled Blunt-headed Tree Snake (Imantodes inornatus) is presented for the Magdalena River valley, from the departments of Antioquia, Bolívar, Boyacá and Caldas in Colombia. Since these records correspond to the biogeographic Magdalena province, the known range for the species is expanded. In Colombia, this is a trans-Andea...
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The first report of the Speckled Blunt-headed Tree Snake (Imantodes inornatus) is presented for the Magdalena River valley, from the departments of Antioquia, Bolívar, Boyacá and Caldas in Colombia. Since these records correspond to the biogeographic Magdalena province, the known range for the species is expanded. In Colombia, this is a trans-Andea...
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The high levels of biodiversity reported in Colombia are supported by its rich flora and fauna of the Andean region which includes both strategic ecosystems and the most vulnerable to the impact of habitat fragmentation. To counteract these effects, alternatives are proposed for the maintenance of such biotic richness through protected areas. Howev...
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Universidad de Caldas has a biological collection since 1975 made up of specimens of different groups of invertebrates and vertebrates from which various research and teaching processes in diverse areas of biology have derived. Despite this great potential, the state of the collection has been compromised by factors that over time have affected its...

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