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From matte banded to glossy black: Structures underlying colour change in the caudal lures of southern death adders (Acanthophis antarcticus, Reptilia: Elapidae)

The University of Adelaide
Jenna Crowe-Riddell (Aggregated by)
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Images of caudal lures (tail tips, n = 33) in a population of southern death adders, Acanthophis antarcticus.

Issued: 2020-12-23

Created: 2020-12-23

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