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Old 05-03-04, 02:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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snake identification

i saw a picture of a snake on a web site. it was neon blue with pink under its chin and a pink tail. it was very cool looking does anyone know what it might have been. i would like to look up some more pics?
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Do you remember what the web-address is? Seeing the pic would help...
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yes seeing the snake could be could also be photoshopped
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probably a Trimeresurus
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Ah, the Adobe bloodline... Makes for such bright vibrant animals, regardless of the species.

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dont remember the web address. it was a photo gallery i think on a big site where they sell venomous and exotic snakes. cant remember, but i dont think it was a alterd photo.
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i guy showed me this pic but the snake i saw looked fatter and pinker with no stripes. could it be a bred variation of this species?
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It's a Malayan Coral. The latin name escapes me now.

Edit: Just looked it up. Latin name's Maticora bivirgata . Here's a link to a page with some info.
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