AppearanceDescription & Scalation : Snout broader and squarer, eye as long as its distance from the middle or the anterior border, of the nostril; head distinct than neck, elongate. Large eye with round pupil. Internasals as long as, or a little longer than, the prefrontals; 1 loreal longer than high, elongate; 1 preocular, reaching upper surface of the head, touching the frontal; 2 postoculars; temporals 2+2 or 2+3. Vertebral scales stongly enlarged, larger than the dorsals of the first row, scales smooth, in 15:15:11 or 10 oblique rows; supralabials 9-10 ( 4th just touching; 5th and 6th below the eye ); 9-11 infralabials first 4 or 5 touching the first pair of genials. Ventrals 176-196, with sharp, lateral keel; subcaudals 125-146, paired; tail very long, wire like; anal divided.
Coloration : A beautiful long, slender tree snake. Bright grass green to yellowish green above, all the dorsals and the outer margins of the ventrals edged with black, pale green below or edged with black. Head green; lips and lower jaw light yellowish or pale green; a narrow black temporal stripe that starts from nasal, covers the lower edge of the temporal region. Tongue red with black tips. Juvenile has bronze color above, pale green below. Head green.
DistributionIndia : Endemic to Andaman and Little Andaman Islands.
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