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 Vipera a.aspis

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Ralf Hallwaß
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PostSubject: Vipera a.aspis   Sat 14 May - 21:12

Vipera a. aspis after her first skinning.





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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a.aspis   Sat 14 May - 21:41

Really nice!

Do you know the original location of the animals?
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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a.aspis   Sun 15 May - 20:09

Jan Jonkman wrote:
Really nice!

Do you know the original location of the animals?

I join the question. I saw this colour from Swiss mountains. In our mountains they are much more redish forms.

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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a.aspis   Sun 15 May - 20:14

very nice aspis!
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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a.aspis   Sun 15 May - 21:53

Look at my older Topic about Vipera aspis aspis.
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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a.aspis   Mon 16 May - 2:00

Well, I was quite right. This colour looks more suitable for mountain terrain. I saw it before, so Jura mountains locality. Thanx Ralf

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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a.aspis   Mon 16 May - 5:05

Bostjan Kraner wrote:


I join the question. I saw this colour from Swiss mountains. In our mountains they are much more redish forms.

Best regards, BKK

In our mountains we have different subspecies Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Vipera a.aspis   Sat 21 May - 23:26

Sorry if i'm wrong but they must look like aspis atra..............
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