When one phenotype is not enough: divergent evolutionary trajectories govern venom variation in a widespread rattlesnake species

Giulia Zancolli, Juan J. Calvete, Michael D. Cardwell, Harry W. Greene, William K. Hayes, Matthew Hegarty, Hans-Werner Herrmann, Andrew T. Holycross, Dominic I. Lannutti, John Mulley, Libia Sanz, Zachary D. Travis, Joshua R. Whorley, Catharine E. Wüster, Wolfgang Wüster

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