Review of sea snakes of the genus Hydrophis sensu stricto (Serpentes: Hydrophiidae)

@article{Kharin2005ReviewOS,
  title={Review of sea snakes of the genus Hydrophis sensu stricto (Serpentes: Hydrophiidae)},
  author={Vladimir E. Kharin},
  journal={Russian Journal of Marine Biology},
  year={2005},
  volume={30},
  pages={387-394}
}
  • V. E. Kharin
  • Published 2005
  • Biology
  • Russian Journal of Marine Biology
The results of the genus Hydrophis revision s. str. are presented. The genus is divided into three subgenera, including Mediohydrophis subgen. nov. The validity of Hydrophis atriceps and H. (Microcephalophis) gracilis microcephalus is confirmed. New data on the distribution of H. klossi is given. 

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