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Title: Los ofidios venenosos del Cauca : métodos empíricos y racionales empleados contra los accidentes producidos por la mordedura de esos reptiles
Author: Evaristo García
Imprint: Paris, 1896


1. Pelo de gato del Cauca (Botrops atrox)
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2. Equis del Cauca (Botrops rhomboatus)
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3. Taya del Cauca (Botrops lanceloatus)
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4. Cabeza de verrugosa del Choco (Botrops acrochordus)
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5. La Hilvan (Thanatophis sutus)
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6. La Colgardora (Thanatophis colgadora)
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7. La Rabo de chucha del Cauca (Lachesis mutus)
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8. Rabo de chucha del Choco (Lachesis punctatus)
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9. Coral cabeza de chocho (Coluber formosus. Var.)
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10. Coral del Cauca (Coluber venustissimus)
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11. Coral de ponzona de Mocoa (Elaps marcgravii)
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12. Capitana, amor seco del valle (Desmodium mauritani)
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13. Cuartillitos (Piperomia nummulari)
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14. Canelon del Telembi (Piper Telembi)
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15. Zaragoza niniche (Aristolochia pilosa)
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