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Herpetology R-26872 MCZ Herpetology
 Bothrops nasuta brachystoma
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Honduras,Progreso
Central America, Honduras, Yoro
0/0/1928-0/0/1928 (1928-01-01 - 1928-12-31)
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Bothrops nasuta brachystoma
Animalia Chordata Reptilia Lepidosauromorpha Squamata Serpentes Colubroidea Viperidae Bothrops nasuta brachystoma
Identified by Catalog
Nature of ID: migration
Remarks: Catalog/1997
Continent/Ocean: Central America
Country: Honduras
State/Province: Yoro
Specific Locality: Honduras,Progreso
Locality Remarks: Quote from Dunn letter to Shreve 11.iii.49 You have a series of snakes from Progresso,Hondurus from HCClark,erroneously labeled Progresso,Panama.It has caused much confusion.....Clark sent you no collection from Progresso,Panama. (JEC 8/96)
Collecting Source: wild caught
Coordinates: 15.4° -87.8° (WGS84) , Error: 4.319 km
Kristina Yamamoto (MVZ); 2004-10-27; Alexandria Digital Library Gazetteer
Collecting Date: 0/0/1928-0/0/1928 (1928-01-01 - 1928-12-31)
Collectors
Chiriqui Land Co
Identifiers
collector number: 4395
muse location number: ZR26851
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whole animal (ethanol) unchecked on loan 1
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MCZ Herpetology Reptiles 026001-032000, pg.35

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