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Re: Gloydius complex ?


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Posted by WW on March 15, 2003 at 04:15:05:

In Reply to: Gloydius complex ? posted by rhodostom on March 14, 2003 at 16:17:25:

:Can anyone please tell me the current status of Gloydius?

:Spefifically, have G. blomhoffi and G. brevicaudus been combined?

This genus is in a state of flux, and a lot remains to be settled definitively. Somne authors treat brevicaudus as a subspecies of blonhoffii, others as a separate species altogether.

:Is G. ussuriensis still seperate or did it get combined as well?

G. ussuriensis is pretty much universally accepted as a full species. For some background, check out the link below, and specifically the Crotalinae 1999 page.

Cheers,

Wolfgang
:Thanks,
:Michael B.
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