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Herpetology R-49999 MCZ Herpetology
 Fordonia leucobalia
Katoro,Binaturi River,British New Guinea
Papua New Guinea
0/0/1876-0/0/1876 (1876-01-01 - 1876-12-31)
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Fordonia leucobalia (Schlegel, 1837)
Animalia Chordata Reptilia Lepidosauromorpha Squamata Serpentes Colubroidea Colubridae Fordonia leucobalia
Crab-eating snake; Crab-eating water snake; Fordon's water snake; Mangrove Snake; The fordonia; The plain fordonia; White-bellied freshwater snake; White-bellied mangrove snake; White-bellied water snake; Yellow-bellied mangrove snake
Identified by Catalog
Nature of ID: type ID
Remarks: Catalog/1997
Citations
Country: Papua New Guinea
Specific Locality: Katoro,Binaturi River,British New Guinea
Verbatim Locality: Katoro,Binturi River,Bristish New Guinea
Collecting Source: wild caught
Collecting Date: 0/0/1876-0/0/1876 (1876-01-01 - 1876-12-31)
Collectors
Chever Expedition
Identifiers
muse location number: ZR49999
  Details
Part Name Condition Disposition # Remarks
whole animal (ethanol) unchecked in collection 1
Remarks: Paratype of Fordonia papuensis
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MCZ Herpetology Reptiles 044001-056050, pg.120

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MCZ Herpetology Reptiles 044001-056050, pg.120

 

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