FMNH 35621

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  • FMNH 35621
    Photographer: Aaron Mercer, Aquila Wilks
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    Description: FMNH 35621 ventral
  • FMNH 35621
    Photographer: Aaron Mercer, Aquila Wilks
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    Description: FMNH 35621 head ventral
  • FMNH 35621
    Photographer: Aaron Mercer, Aquila Wilks
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    Description: FMNH 35621 head lateral right
  • FMNH 35621
    Photographer: Aaron Mercer, Aquila Wilks
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    Description: FMNH 35621 head lateral left
  • FMNH 35621
    Photographer: Aaron Mercer, Aquila Wilks
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    Description: FMNH 35621 head dorsal
  • FMNH 35621
    Photographer: Aaron Mercer, Aquila Wilks
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: FMNH 35621 dorsal
FM Catalog: Amphibians and Reptiles
Catalog Subset: Specimen
Scientific Name: Leptophis ahaetulla bolivianus
Type Status: Paratype
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Reptilia
Order: Serpentes
Family: Colubridae
Genus: Leptophis
Species: ahaetulla
Subspecies: bolivianus
Collector: F. Steinbach
Geography: Bolivia, Santa Cruz
DWc Country: Bolivia
Preparations: alc
Tissue Available?: No
Co-ordinates Available?: No
Type Status: Paratype
EMu IRN: 1862873
OccurenceID: 1e3a665c-bbb0-4842-8fcf-ebbea7f6e170

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