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Title: The snakes (Reptilia, Serpentes) of the Miocene of Portugal
Authors: Szyndlar, Z.
Keywords: snakes (Reptilia)
oriental vipers
Issue Date: 29-Dec-2010
Abstract: The ophidian fauna coming from the Miocene of Amor (MN 5), Quinta das Pedreiras and Quinta do Pombeiro (both MN4) (Portugal) consists of the following taxa: cf. Bavarioboa sp. (Boidae); cf. Coluber sp. (Coluhridae); two unidentified Colubridae; Vipera sp. ("Oriental vipers" complex) (Viperidae). The assemblage is characteristic for the lower/middle Miocene transition and it resembles snake faunas known from other European localities of similar age.
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