Dataset: CAS
Search Criteria: Uruguay; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Herpetology


CAS:HERP
Bothrops alternatus Duméril, Bibron and Duméril, 1854
93095M.A. Klappenbach   0000-00-00
Uruguay, Salto Dept., Espihillar, -33.4667 -54.2

CAS:HERP
Lystrophis dorbignyi (Duméril, Bibron and Duméril, 1854)
93096R. Praderi   1962-11-05
Uruguay, Maldonado Dept., Balneario Solis, -34.8 -55.3667

CAS:HERP
Tomodon ocellatus ocellatus
93097B. Orejas M.   0000-00-00
Uruguay, Soriano Dept., -33.4 -58.3167

CAS:HERP
Oxyrhopus rhombifer Duméril, Bibron and Duméril, 1854
93098B. Orejas M.   0000-00-00
Uruguay, Maldonado Dept., Ruta entre Pan de Azucar y Minas, -34.6432 -56.3379

CAS:HERP
Philodryas patagoniensis patagoniensis
93099M. Sanchez   0000-00-00
Uruguay, Canelones Dept., Banado tropas viejas Atlantida, -34.7667 -55.75

CAS:HERP
Liophis jaegeri jaegeri
93100B. Orejas M.   0000-00-00
Uruguay, Canelones Dept., Ruta Interbalnearia, -34.7273 -55.6538

CAS:HERP
Philodryas aestivus manegarzoni
93101M. Sanchez   0000-00-00
Uruguay, Canelones Dept., Banado tropas viejas Atlantida, -34.7667 -55.75

CAS:HERP
Liophis poecilogyrus (Wied-Neuwied, 1825)
93102B. Orejas M.   1962-09-10
Uruguay, San Jose Dept., Delta del Tigre, -34.7633 -56.3853

CAS:HERP
Liophis anomalus (Günther, 1858)
93103B. Orejas M.   0000-00-00
Uruguay, Montevideo Dept., Barra del Rio Santa Lucia, -34.785827 -56.354499

CAS:HERP
Leptotyphlops munoai Orejas-Miranda, 1961
93104M.A. Klappenbach   1957-10-12
Uruguay, Tacuarembo Dept., Tambores, -31.7833 -56.25

CAS:SUA
Scinax Wagler, 1830
22950G.w. Teague   
Uruguay, -32.5091 -55.8132

CAS:SUA
Hyla Laurenti, 1768
22951G.W. Teague   
Uruguay, -32.5091 -55.8132


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.