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A New Species of Colubrid Snake, Genus Coniophanes, from Darién, Panama
Charles W. Myers
Vol. 1966, No. 4 (Dec. 23, 1966), pp. 665-668
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1441398
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Coniophanes joanae, n. sp., from cloud forest in eastern Panama, differs from its congeners in coloring and pattern and from all save C. meridanus, of Yucatán, in having the anterior and midbody dorsal scales in 17 rows, rather than in 19 to 25 rows.