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  • Adenorhinos [r]: A monotypic genus created for A. barbouri, a venomous viper species found only in Tanzania. [e]
  • Anal scale [r]: The scale just in front of and covering the cloacal opening. [e]
  • Atheris hispida [r]: Venomous viper found in Central Africa with extremely keeled scales and an almost bristly appearance. [e]
  • Atheris nitschei rungweensis [r]: African venomous viper subspecies found in Tanzania, Zambia and Malawi. [e]
  • Atheris squamigera [r]: Venomous viper species found in west and central Africa. [e]
  • Bitis gabonica [r]: A venomous member of the genus Bitis, found in the rainforests and savannas of Sub-Saharan Africa. [e]
  • Bitis nasicornis [r]: A venomous member of the genus Bitis, found in the forests of West and Central Africa. [e]
  • Bitis [r]: Genus of venomous vipers found in Africa and the southern Arabian Peninsula. [e]
  • Causus bilineatus [r]: A venomous member of the genus Causus, found in south central Africa. [e]
  • Causus defilippii [r]: A venomous member of the genus Causus, found in East Africa. [e]
  • Causus lichtensteinii [r]: A venomous viper species found in western and central Africa with no known subspecies. [e]
  • Causus maculatus [r]: Venomous viper species found mainly in West- and Central Africa. [e]
  • Causus resimus [r]: A venomous member of the genus Causus, found in isolated populations distributed across tropical Africa. [e]
  • Daboia [r]: A monotypic genus created for a venomous viper species, D. russelii. [e]
  • Dorsal scales [r]: Longitudinal series of plates that encircle the body, but do not include the ventral scales on snakes. [e]
  • Echis carinatus [r]: Venomous viper species of the genus Echis, found in parts of the Middle East, Central Asia, and especially the Indian subcontinent. [e]
  • Echis jogeri [r]: Venomous viper species found only in Mali. [e]
  • Echis leucogaster [r]: Venomous viper species of the genus Echis, found in West and Northwest Africa. [e]
  • Eristicophis [r]: Monotypic genus created for a venomous viper species, E. macmahonii, found only in the desert region of Balochistan near the borders of Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan. [e]
  • Gular scales [r]: Scales in the throat area or ventral surface of the neck in snakes. [e]
  • Lachesis muta [r]: Venomous pit viper species found in South America. [e]
  • Micrurus fulvius [r]: Venomous elapid species found in the southeastern U.S.A. [e]
  • Paraventral scales [r]: Longitudinal rows of dorsal scales that contact the ventral scales in snakes. [e]
  • Pseudocerastes persicus fieldi [r]: Venomous viper subspecies found in the deserts of the Middle East. [e]
  • Pseudocerastes [r]: Monotypic genus created for a venomous viper species, P. persicus, found throughout the Middle East and as far east as Pakistan, but not on the African mainland. [e]
  • Snake (organism) [r]: Elongate legless carnivorous reptiles of the suborder Serpentes, order Squamata, abundant in all warm countries. [e]
  • Vipera ammodytes meridionalis [r]: Venomous viper subspecies found in Greece and Turkish Thrace. [e]
  • Vipera aspis francisciredi [r]: Venomous viper subspecies found in Italy, where it is the most common and widely distributed venomous snake. [e]
  • Vipera aspis [r]: Asp; a venomous viper species found in southwestern Europe. [e]
  • Vipera berus [r]: Widespread venomous viper found in Western Europe, Great Britain and eastward to Far East Asia. [e]