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Dipsadinae Ecological niche modeling A B S T R A C T This study explores how climate change could potentially drive shifts in the geographic range of the Cerrado endemic snake Phalotris lativittatus. By using three ecological niche modeling methods, I found that P. lativittatus is more likely to occur in the extent of its known geographic distribution (in Southeastern Brazil), but new distribution areas also include semideciduous forest southwestward from current occurrence points, as well asdoi:10.4322/natcon.2014.009 fatcat:xzalxdgbsvcfzf7jynf4ochcbu