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Synonyms. Coluber naja Linnaeus, 1758. Naja fasciata Laurenti, 1768.

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Naja tripudians / Brillenschlange 1
Naja tripudians / Brillenschlange. Download aus dem Materia Medica Bereich der 'Homoeopathia viva' www.homoeopathiaviva.
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Naja tripudians D8 . . .
PRO 097 Rev A Cobroxin Drug Insert
COBROXIN preparations are made from the venom of the Asian cobra Naja tripudians.
A note on the genus Xenopharynx Nicoll, with a key to the species
gall-bladder of and Indian cobra, Naja tripudians. He assigned the new genus to the family Dicrocoeliidae.
Long-lasting convulsant effecton the cerebral cortex of Naja naja
tripudians and other Indian venomous snakes. Pt. I.

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Smuggling threatens survival of poisonous snakes
Other varieties like Vipera Russelli (Chandan Boda), Naja Bungarus (Ahiraj), Naja Tripudian (Naga), Bungarus Coeruleus (Chiti) and Python Molurus (Ajagara) are high in demand among the smugglers. The Rana snake weighs more than three kg.

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Odontoglossum tripudians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Odontoglossum tripudians var. oculatum Rchb.f.
Odontoglossum tripudians - Wikimedia Commons
Mar 22, 2011 Latina: Odontoglossum tripudians ·. APG III Classification: Warsz. (1854).
Naja Tripudians - Homeopathic Medicine
Naja produces a typical bulbar paralysis. Causes no hemorrhage but only edema , hence victims of this reptile frequently bear very little sign of external injury.

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