“This was accomplished by injecting separate flocks of sheep with venom from the following North American venomous snakes: Crotalus Atrox (Western Diamondback rattlesnake), Crotalus Adamanteus (Eastern Diamondback rattlesnake), Crotalus Scutulalus (Mojave rattlesnake) and Agkistrodon Picvorus (Cottonmouth or Water Moccasin).”
“The author at Catallarchy in a related article titled Oil of Crotalus Scutulatus writes:”
“From what i could discern, this one in question was a timber rattler venomous and awesome in its own right (scientific name "Crotalus horridus", which should tell you something).”
“It is a good sized snake, a fine specimen of a Red Diamondback, aka Crotalus Ruber, typically found in its normal range of Southern California and Baja California, Mexico.”
“Aruba also has two snakes: the cascabel (Crotalus thurissus unicolor), an endangered subspecies of rattlesnake, which does not use its rattle; and the Aruba cat-eyed snake (Leptodira bakeri).”
“The neotropical rattlesnake (Crotalus durissus) occurs in the dry uplands.”
“Reptiles include pit viper or urutú Bothrops alternatus, rattlesnake Crotalus durisus and Cyclagras gigas.”
“This long-tailed rattlesnake cannot be confused with any other species of rattlesnake and is most similar to Crotalus stejnegeri and C. lannomi.”
“Of the reptiles, several of which are at the edge of their range, three species of rattlesnake Crotalus spp. are known to occur (USDI-NPS, 1994).”
“Kaibab squirrel Sciurus kaibabensis is an endemic species, found only on the North Rim, and a sub-species of rattlesnake Crotalus viridis abyssus occurs only in the Grand Canyon.”
‘Crotalus’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Crotalus.