Elaps


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E´laps


n.1.(Zool.) A genus of venomous snakes found both in America and the Old World. Many species are known. See Coral snake, under Coral.
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OEO-style legal assistance regime for their current ELAPs.
In addition to simple domestic relations cases, ELAPs are
Atractus elaps (ICN-R 10935, 10976), Atractus univittatus (ICN-R 10747-55, 10920-27, 10939, 10963, 10968-70, 10974, 10996-11002, JDL 30462-63, 30472-73, 30482-83, 30584-87), Bothrops atrox (ICN-R 10796, 10934, 10956, 10975, JDL 30582) , Epicrates maurus (ICN-R 10788, 10987), Leptodeira annulata (ICN-R 10793-94, 10964), Ninia atrata (ICN-R 10756-87, 10916-19, 10940-52, 10965-67, 10972-73, 10977-81, 10988-95, JDL 30454, 30456-61, 30468-71, 30475-81, 30583), Oxyrhopus petolarius (ICN-R 10954-55, 10971, 10982, 11003-13, JDL 30453, 30484), Oxyrhopus vanidicus (ICN-R 10789), Tantilla melanocephala (ICN-R 10928-33, 10953, 10983-84, JDL 30588).
Atractus elaps (JDL 30567), Boa constrictor (JDL 30507, 30616), Bothrops atrox (JDL 30432-35, 30451, 30465-66, 30474, 30500-01, 30508-09, 30511, 30518, 30576-81, 30596-99, 30612-15, 31 live to INS), Chironius carinatus (JDL 30437, 30506), Epicrates maurus (JDL 30441, 30505, 30512, 30518, 30575), Helicops angulatus (JDL 30595), Leptodeira annulata (JDL 30442, 30452, 30494-95, 30572, 30617-18), Mastigodryas boddaerti (JDL 30427, 30436, 30444, 30496, 30600), Ninia atrata (JDL 30418-26, 30438-40, 30455, 30467, 30485-93, 30504, 30510, 30513, 30516, 30561-64, 30569-75, 30590-93, 30619),
Dominant species along stream margins were Erpetogomphus elaps (19.
oenea; while in the second group the anisopterans Macrothemis pseudimitans and Erpetogomphus elaps were dominant.
Additionally, the military services have only adopted ELAP programs on a limited basis.
elaps (Gunther), principalmente en el patron cromatico; sin embargo, muestra marcadas diferencias taxonomicas que permiten diferenciarlas con precision.
Two years after taking the Elaps, she continued to feel well and did not need further treatment.
The annual event - it was played before six full houses at the village hall - proved yet again that ELAPs are a force to be reckoned with, both in choice of their productions and in their performances as actors.
Lovingly described as the ELAPs 'Wardrobe Witch" a simple but superb tribute was given to her in the programme notes for this years annual production held as usual in the village hall and which attracted capacity audiences for all five evening performances and the matinee on the Saturday.
GPA works with ELAP (Philadelphia, PA) to advise self-funded employer groups and help control health care costs.