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Definition of Rhineura Floridana

Rhineura Floridana
Thunderworm Thun"der*worm`, n. (Zo["o]l.) A small, footless, burrowing, snakelike lizard (Rhineura Floridana) allied to Amphisb[ae]na, native of Florida; -- so called because it leaves its burrows after a thundershower.

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- Rhineura floridana, known commonly as the North American worm lizard, Florida worm lizard, graveyard snake, or thunderworm, is a species of amphisbaeninan...
- species, Rhineura floridana, as well as many extinct species belonging to both Rhineura and several extinct genera. The living R. floridana is found only...
- Retrieved 19 August 2007. Uetz, P.; Freed, P.; HoŇ°ek, J. (eds.). "Rhineura floridana (BAIRD, 1858)". The Reptile Database. Retrieved 10 November 2020....
- Vanzolini, 1951 North American worm lizards North American worm lizard (Rhineura floridana) Trogonophidae Gray, 1865 Palearctic worm lizards Checkerboard worm...
- Rhineura floridana; the Harderian gland is marked H. gl. in diagram B (horizontal section of head) and C (horizontal section through right eye)....
- Rhineuridae North American worm lizards Worm lizards Florida wormlizard Rhineura floridana LC Suborder: Serpentes Family: Typhlopidae Blind snakes Brahminy blindsnake...
- crayfish, and beetles. Vestigial eye in the extant Rhineura floridana and remnant jugal in the extinct Rhineura hatchery (reclassified as Protorhineura hatcherii)...
- lividus), Florida scrub lizard (Sceloporus woodi), Florida worm lizard (Rhineura floridana), and the gopher tortoise which is an important keystone species....
- extinct North American amphisbaenians but only one living species, Rhineura floridana, from Florida. Dyticonastis rensbergeri occurs the ****hest west of...
- Florida scrub lizard (Sceloporus woodi), and Florida worm lizard (Rhineura floridana). This community is often adjacent to Florida longleaf pine sandhills...