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Cro·tal·i·dae

(krō-tal'i-dē),
A family of New World vipers characterized by the presence of a heat-sensitive loreal pit between each eye and nostril, and folding, caniculated, long anterior fangs.
See also: Crotalus.

Crotalidae

/Cro·tal·i·dae/ (kro-tal´ĭ-de) a family of venomous snakes, the pit vipers.

Crotalidae

a family of snakes with movable fangs (Solenoglypha). Includes pit vipers (Bothrops spp.) and rattlesnakes (Crotalus spp.).