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Posted by Ferdelance_1 on August 14, 2002 at 18:28:58:
In Reply to: Re: Thelotornis posted by bgf on August 14, 2002 at 00:53:00:
As always, thank you for your comments, I greatly appreciate them!
From what few Pics I have seen of a Thelotornis's mouth, it appears that this genus possesses two sets of two each fangs, but the genus Dispholidus's mouth appears to have two sets of three each fangs. I think Thelotornis definitely has less fangs, but equal in sets to that of Dispholidus (?). I was hoping for a clarification, however, hopefully when you do have the opportunity to examine a Thelotornis, you might elaborate with regard to this very interesting subject matter.
By the way, I simply "CAN'T WAIT" ( ! ! ! ) to read the papers pertaining to the research you have been peforming with regard to Colubrid Venom Toxicity.
"K E E P U P T H E G R E A T W O R K" ! ! !