Molecular and functional characterization of BAFF from the Yangtze alligator (Alligator sinensis, Alligatoridae
Distribution of populations of broad-snouted caiman (Caiman latirostris, Daudin 1802, Alligatoridae
) in the Sao Francisco River basin, Brazil.
The coccidia (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) of Crocodylia, with descriptions of two new species from Alligator mississippiensis (Reptilia: Alligatoridae
) from Texas.
Vocal patterns of adult females and juveniles Caiman yacare (Crocodilia: Alligatoridae
) in Brazilian Pantanal wetland
As Sanchez and his team reveal, Venezuela's fossils include all the families of crocodile species that still exist all over the world today: the Crocodylidae, the so-called true crocodiles; the Alligatoridae
, which, besides the true alligators, also include caimans; and the Gavialidae, which are characterized by their extremely long, thin snouts and are only found in Southeast Asia nowadays.
latirostris Daudin (Alligatoridae
), was used for treatment of asthma and stroke; bird species like Gallus domesticus Linnaeus (Phasianidae) and Rhea americana Linnaeus (Rheidae) were used for treatment of catarrh and boils, and general aches, respectively; mammalian species used included Trichecus inunguis Natterer (Trichechidae), Nasua nasua Hagman (Procyonidae), Mazama cf.
Population status of Caiman crocodilus (Crocodylia: Alligatoridae
) in Cano Negro, Costa Rica.
Among the families are Dermochelyidae: leatherback sea turtles, Emydidae: basking and box turtles, Alligatoridae
: alligators and caiman, Gekkonidae: geckos, Corytophanidae: basilisks, and Varanidae: monitors.
acutus) y tres Alligatoridae
(Caiman crocodilus, Paleosuchus trigonatus y P.