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  • Die Anakonda-Arten
    >> Species key

    1. 239-269 ventrals; 53-81 dorsals; suborbitals between oculars and supralabials; 4 black head stripes; black oval points or ocells dorsally that are usually half as long as the dorsum's widths; black lateral spots with yellow center

    = Eunectes murinus

    213-237 ventrals; 43-54 dorsals; oculars and supralabials are in contact, 1-3 suborbitals are possible between supralabials and loreal; 5 head stripes; broad black blotches dorsally usually as broad as the full dorsum; lateral points or rings with ground color

    = 2


    2. 1-2 scales between the dorsal blotches; 101-175 dorsal blotches; ocells on the upper lateral side which may not build complete rings; an irregular pattern with many small spots below the ocells

    = Eunectes notaeus

    2-4 scales between the dorsal blotches; 87-126 dorsal blotches; black points or rings or irregular formed points laterally that are more than half of the lateral side broad; spots below the upper lateral points that reach half of the size of the upper points

    = 3


     

    3. 2-3 scales between the dorsal blotches; ground color yellow - lighter brown; lateral points that are not huger than half of the lateral side; Amazon between Santarem and mouth of the river including the island Marajó and French Guayana

    = Eunectes deschauenseei

    3-4 scales between the dorsal blotches; ground color olive - brown; huge lateral points or rings from a size more than half of the lateral side; Beni and Pando from Bolivia, possible nearby in Brazil.

    = Eunectes beniensis

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