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Re: ? gramineus


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Posted by BGF on January 14, 2003 at 04:44:30:

In Reply to: ? gramineus posted by ww on January 14, 2003 at 03:25:41:

:gramineus is in Trimeresurus.

Fangs for that ;-) That entire complex is such a pain to keep up on!

: However, as far as it is possible to trace this, none of the various toxins attributed to T. gramineus are actually from that species (which is endemic to SW India), but most likely from Taiwanese T. stejnegeri.

:Most of the Asian green Trims were called T. gramineus in the early parts of this century. The herpers moved on from that in the 1930s and 1940s, but we both know what many toxinologists are like when it comes ot taxonomy ;-)


LOL!!! Luckily, only the family level ID was necessary for the current level of discussion ;-)

Cheers
BGF



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