Aparallactus guentheri

Aparallactus guentheri, or the black centipede-eater, is a species of venomous rear-fanged snake in the family Atractaspididae. ==Etymology== The specific epithet, guentheri, is in honor of German-British herpetologist Albert G√ľnther, who preceded George Albert Boulenger at the British Museum (Natural History). ==Geographic range== It is found in...
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