Temporal activity and dietary selection in two coexisting desert snakes, the Saharan sand viper (Cerastes vipera) and the crowned leafnose (Lytorhynchus diadema)

Jaim Sivan, Michael Kam, Shlomo Hadad, A. Allan Degen*, Israel Rozenboim, Avi Rosenstrauch

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