Python molurus

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Noun1.Python molurus - very large python of southeast AsiaPython molurus - very large python of southeast Asia
python - large Old World boas
genus Python - Old World boas
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Keywords: Python molurus molurus, IUCN Red List, Deva Vatala National Park, Indus Valley.
The Indian Rock Python (Python molurus), a large nonvenomous python species found in the Indian, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The luggage contained species often sold as exotic pets: a boa constrictor, a python molurus, found in Southeast Asia, and three python regius, a species found in Africa.
Since at least 1995, Python molurus bivittatus snakes have been breeding in Everglades National Park, and for just as long, people have worried about how to get rid of them (SN: 2/25/12, p.
Lead author Todd Castoe, an assistant professor of biology at The University of Texas at Arlington College of Science, and 38 co-authors from four countries sequenced and analyzed the genome of the Burmese python, or Python molurus bivittatus.
unicolor (Schuett et al., 1997), the Burmese python Python molurus (Groot et al., 2003), the yellow-spotted monitor Varanus panoptes (Lenk et al., 2005), and the Komodo dragon Varanus komodoensis (Watts et al., 2006) based on isolation of females from males, analysis of genetic data, or both.
The Python molurus bivittatus is also hunted for its popularity as pets in foreign countries.
Exotic invasive Burmese pythons (Python molurus bivitattus) have severely disrupted trophic level interactions in South Florida ecosystems (Meshaka et al.
Everglades National Park recently added a new member to its staff: a beagle nicknamed "Python Pete." Wildlife biologist Lori Oberhofer is training Pete to track Burmese pythons (Python molurus), an invasive (nonnative) species threatening to take over the park.