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waters of Texas.

Proc. U.S. Nat. Mus. XVIII, no. 1088, pp.619-621. Advance sheet issued April 15, 1896, pp. 1-3.

[[underlined]][[Typhlomalge rathbuni]][[/underlined]] described as a new genus and species.  It is the most remarkable herpetological discovery for many years, as the new genus is only the third one of the batrachian superfamily [[underlined]]Proteoideæ [[/underlined]].

Leonhard Stejneger. - Description of a new species of snake ([[underlined]] Tantilla eiseni[[/underlined]]) from California.


Proc. U.S. Nat. Mus., XVIII, no. 1044, pp. 117-118.

[[underlined]]Tantilla eiseni[[/underlined]] described as a new species.
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