There are no markings behind the eye. Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International, © Thai National Parks, 2020 | T.A.T. Go to: main text of page | main navigation | local menu, You are here » The data is not necessarily accurate nor complete. Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International Thai National Parks, Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Thai National Parks. To add a new location to the range map we need a clear image of the specimen you have encountered. This article uses material from Wikipedia released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike Licence 3.0. These authors described two new subspe-cies, Trimeresurus popeiorum barati and T. popeiorum sabahi to include populations of the islands of Sumatra and Borneo respectively, and conserved the nominotypical subspe- /* <! Troublesome Trimes: Potential cryptic speciation of the Trimeresurus (Popeia) popeiorum complex (Serpentes: Crotalidae) around the Isthmus of Kra (Myanmar and Thailand). Zootaxa 4347 (2): 301-315 30. Trimeresurus popeiorum popeiorum, Djoko Tjahjono Iskandar & E. Colijn (2001) Trimeresurus popeiorum, Andreas Gumprecht (2001) Trimeresurus cf. Photos below for this species are published under Creative Commons license, means completely free for download. The type and only known locality is in Arunachal Pradesh, India. 3.0 3.1; 4.0 4.1 Found on the island of Borneo in East Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak) and Indonesia (North Kalimantan). 26 (2): 111-122 -, Kwet, A. See the creative common license terms by clicking "CC" icon below the map. LoÃ i nÃ y ÄÆ°á»£c Malcolm Arthur Smith mÃ´ táº£ khoa há»c Äáº§u tiÃªn nÄm 1937.. home › To. The Book of Snakes. Trimeresurus sabahi barati, Urs Regenass & Eugen Kramer, 1981, Trimeresurus sabahi buniana, Larry Lee Grismer, Jesse L Grismer & Jimmy Adair McGuire, 2006, Trimeresurus sabahi fucatus, Gernot Vogel, Patrick David & Olivier S.G. Pauwels, 2004, Trimeresurus sabahi sabahi, Urs Regenass & Eugen Kramer, 1981, Trimeresurus sabahi toba, Patrick David, Massimo Petri, Olivier S.G. Pauwels & Giuliano Doria, 2009. Find more photos by Google images search: As link to this species use URL address:https://reptile-database.reptarium.cz/species?genus=Trimeresurus&species=arunachalensiswithout field 'search_param'. For the location, please provide the district name or the national park/ wildlife sanctuary name. Field 'search_param' is used for browsing search result. It inhabits mountainous regions at altitudes from 1, 000 m to 1, 150 m, where it is commonly found on branches of shrubs and other low vegetation. Please help us improving our species range maps. Binomial name: Trimeresurus sabahi, Urs Regenass & Eugen Kramer, 1981. License: 12/02497, license issued for GibbonWoot (Managing Company), Khao Phra - Bang Khram Wildlife Sanctuary, Erawan Falls, Cave & Historical Sites | from Kanchanaburi, Erawan Falls, Hellfire Pass & Historical Sites | from Kanchanaburi, 2-days/1-night private tour | Khao Sok Lake, 3-days/2-nights private tour | Khao Sok Lake, 4-days/3-nights wildlife tour | Khao Sok Lake, 1-day wildlife tour with night safari in Khao Yai, 2D1N | Sai Yok National Park, Erawan Falls, Raft House, Cave & Historical Sites, 2D1N | Sai Yok National Park, Erawan Falls & camping in jungle, Day tour - Huai Mae Khamin Falls, Phra Tat Cave & The Bridge over River Kwai, Bangkok - Kanchanaburi - Erawan Falls - Hellfire Pass, Khao Sok from Phuket - Krabi - Surat Thani - Ko Lanta, List of lizards and crocodiles in Thailand, Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike Licence 3.0. Loài này được Malcolm Arthur Smith mô tả khoa học đầu tiên năm 1937.  For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Trimeresurus popeiorum . Click the thumbnails for more details & download options. Our range maps are based on limited data we have collected. Trimeresurus arunachalensis sp. Trimeresurus popeiorum là một loài rắn trong họ Rắn lục. Trimeresurus popeiorum là một loài rắn trong họ Rắn lục. Russ. Deposited in the collection of the Arunachal Pradesh Forest Department (APF), State Forest Research Institute (SPRI), Van Vihar, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh, India (note: this collection is different from ZSI-APRC); collected by Wangchu Phiang and Rohan Pandit under permit CWLGGG13(95)G2011-12GPt.VG1596-607 issued by the Chief Wildlife Warden, Government of Arunachal Pradesh, India. Eventual photos shown in this page may or may not be from Wikipedia, please see the license details for photos in photo by-lines. Trimeresurus arunachalensis, though phylogenetically very close to T. tibetanus, differs from it morphologically in having midbody scales in 17 longitudinal rows (vs. 21, 19, or 20) and an unforked hemipenis with no spines visible to the naked eye (vs. forked, with large spines). nov. differs from all mainland Asian pitvipers of northeastern India and adjacent China except T. medoensis (i.e., from Ovophis monticola, Protobothrops himalayanus, P. jerdonii, P. kaulbacki, P. mucrosquamatus, Trimeresurus albolabris, T. erythrurus, T. gumprechti, T. popeiorum, T. stejnegeri, T. tibetanus, and T. vogeli) in having 17 dorsal scale rows at midbody.