Crotalus


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Related to Crotalus: Crotalus viridis, Lachesis, Crotalus horridus
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Noun1.Crotalus - large rattlesnakesCrotalus - large rattlesnakes; seldom bite unless startled or pursuing prey
reptile genus - a genus of reptiles
Crotalidae, family Crotalidae - New World vipers: pit vipers
banded rattlesnake, Crotalus horridus horridus, timber rattlesnake - widely distributed in rugged ground of eastern United States
Crotalus viridis, prairie rattler, prairie rattlesnake, Western rattlesnake - widely distributed between the Mississippi and the Rockies
Crotalus cerastes, horned rattlesnake, sidewinder - small pale-colored desert rattlesnake of southwestern United States; body moves in an s-shaped curve
Crotalus atrox, Western diamondback, Western diamondback rattlesnake - largest and most dangerous North American snake; of southwestern United States and Mexico
Crotalus lepidus, rock rattlesnake - mountain rock dweller of Mexico and most southern parts of United States southwest
Crotalus tigris, tiger rattlesnake - having irregularly cross-banded back; of arid foothills and canyons of southern Arizona and Mexico
Crotalus scutulatus, Mojave rattlesnake - extremely dangerous; most common in areas of scattered scrubby growth; from Mojave Desert to western Texas and into Mexico
Crotalus mitchellii, speckled rattlesnake - markings vary but usually harmonize with background; of southwestern Arizona and Baja California
References in classic literature ?
10: According to the poem the "Great Eoiae", these were killed by Oenomaus (2): Alcathous the son of Porthaon next after Marmax, and after Alcathous, Euryalus, Eurymachus and Crotalus.
CRTI stands for the first two letters of each word of the snake's scientific name, Crotalus tigris.
Agkistrodon, Chiasson et ah, 1989; Crotalus and Sistrurus, Stille, 1987; Nerodia, Thamnophis, Chiasson and Lowe, 1989).
In tests on sandy inclines, Crotalus cerastes snakes easily outslithered 13 other kinds of pit vipers and a robotic snake, says physicist Daniel Goldman of Georgia Tech in Atlanta.
Episodes of rattlesnakes acquiring water from rain, sleet, or snow in arid habitats during the active or inactive (overwintering) seasons have been reported for Crotalus cerastes (Rorabaugh, 2007), C.
Other treatment options: liposomal vitamin C, Crotalus Injeel (homeopathic snake venom), AHCC.
Other species of reptiles, Crotalus viridis, also have their highest elevation records in the San Jacinto Mountains.
Crotalus poisoning: epidemiology, acute renal failure and other clinical manifestations.
7, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The scientific name of the timber rattlesnake, Crotalus horridus, is a sign of the fear and loathing this native North American viper has inspired for centuries.
En ensayos realizados con veneno de Bothrops alternants (yarara grande) y Crotalus durissus terrificus (cascabel), tambien se hallaron deformaciones en la membrana de eritrocitos y aumento de la fragilidad osmotica.
Serum sickness in a dog associated with antivenin therapy for snake bite caused by Crotalus adamanteus.
De estos, las serpientes de la familia Viperidae, que incluye los generos Bothrops, Bothriechis, Bothriopsis, Crotalus, Lachesis y Porthidium, son importantes desde el punto de vista toxinologico y toxicologico (Navarrete et al.