Vipera ammodytes meridionalis care sheet

Vipera ammodytes - Systematics - Field observations - Keeping and breeding in captivity In systematics till now we now 6 subspecies of the long nose viper: Vipera a. ammodytes Vipera a. meridionalis Vipera a. montandoni Vipera a. transcaucasiana Vipera a. ruffoi Vipera a. gregorwallneri. The last two are not recognized by all scientific people

(Vipera ammodytes) In the event of an actual or probable bite from a Long-nosed Viper, execute the following first aid measures without delay. Snake: Make sure that the responsible snake or snakes have been appropriately and safely contained, and are out of danger of inflicting any additional bites. Transportation: Etymology. The subspecific name, montandoni, is in honor of "M. A. Montandon" who sent some of the first specimens of this snake to Boulenger.. Description. According to Boulenger (1913): "Naso-rostral shield never reaching the canthus rostralis nor the summit of the rostral shield, which is deeper than broad (once and one seventh to once and a half); rostral appendage clad with 10-14 scales ...

Vipera ammodytes a fost împărțită în șapte subspecii: ammodytes, illyrica, meridionalis, montandoni, fuffoi, transcaucasiana, gregorwallneri. Cercetările recente asupra taxonomiei acestei specii au scos la iveală că numai patru dintre subspecii sunt valide. ''Vipera ammodytes'' is a venomous viper species found in southern Europe through to the Balkans and parts of the Middle East. It is reputed to be the most dangerous of the European vipers due to its large size, long fangs and high venom toxicity. Vipera ammodytes (other common names include horned viper, long-nosed viper, nose-horned viper, sand viper) is a viper species found in southern Europe through to the Balkans and parts of the Middle East. There are several subspecies of V. ammodytes currently recognized, with the two most commonly reported being V. a. meridionalis from Albania, Greece, and Turkey and V. a. montandoni from Bulgaria and Romania. The nominate subspecies V. a. ammodytes is found in Austria, Italy and former Yugoslavia, extending into parts of Romania and Bulgaria ...

Vipera ammodytes (other common names include horned viper, long-nosed viper, nose-horned viper, sand viper) is a viper species found in southern Europe through to the Balkans and parts of the Middle East. Etymology. The subspecific name, montandoni, is in honor of "M. A. Montandon" who sent some of the first specimens of this snake to Boulenger.. Description. According to Boulenger (1913): "Naso-rostral shield never reaching the canthus rostralis nor the summit of the rostral shield, which is deeper than broad (once and one seventh to once and a half); rostral appendage clad with 10-14 scales ... Vipera aspis is a venomous viper species found in southwestern Europe.Its common names include asp, asp viper, European asp, and aspic viper, among others.Bites from this species can be more severe than from the European adder, V. berus; not only can they be very painful, but also about 4% of all untreated bites are fatal. An Eastern long-nose viper, (Vipera ammodytes meridionalis) from Syrose, Greece, at the St. Louis Zoo. ... getting the public to care and helping to save species from ...