Bitis cornuta albanica
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| Bitis cornuta albanica|
Common names: Albany adder, eastern hornsman adder, eastern many-horned adder.
Bitis cornuta albanica is a venomous viper subspecies restricted to eastern and southern Cape Province in South Africa.
This subspecies does not have the horns that are characteristic of the nominate race, B. c. cornuta. The coloration is brown to reddish brown and they may also lack the distinctive pattern of the typical form.
Eastern and southern Cape Province in South Africa. The type locality]] is listed as "The Dene (Port Elizabeth), Addo, and from dry scrub districts near Grahamstown such as Brak Kloof, farm Springvale, and Kleinpoort near Committees ... Eastern Cape Province, South Africa." 
- Bitis cornuta.
- List of viperine species and subspecies.
- Category:True vipers - Common names.
Branch (1999) elevated B. c. albanica to species level: Bitis albanica.
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- Species Bitis albanica at the Species2000 Database
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- Bitis cornuta albanica (TSN 635235) at Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Accessed 4 April 2007.
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- Viperidae - Viperinae - 1999 Publications at Wolfgang Wüster homepage, School of Biological Sciences, University of Wales, Bangor. Accessed 28 August 2006.
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