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- Micrelaps tchernovi, also commonly known as Tchernov's chainling or Tchernov's chainling snake, is a species of venomous rear-fanged snake in the family...
- edingerae from the Upper Muschelkalk and Lower Keuper; N. haasi and N. tchernovi from Makhtesh Ramon, Israel; N. cymatosauroides from the Spanish Muschelkalk;...
- monotypic genus of dwarf spiders containing the single species, Gibothorax tchernovi. It was first described by K. Y. Eskov in 1989, and has only been found...
- including the nominate subspecies T) Type species One new species, M. tchernovi, was described in 2006 by Y.L. Werner, Babocsay, Carmely, and Thuna. The...
- moilensis, False cobra Malpolon monspessul**** Micrelaps muelleri Micrelaps tchernovi Myriopholis macrorhyncha Natrix tessellata, dice snake Platyceps collaris...
- black-headed snake (Micrelaps muelleri) Tchernov's chainling (Micrelaps tchernovi) Psammophis aegyptius Schokari sand racer (Psammophis schokari) Desert...
- wynaudense Micrelaps Micrelaps bicoloratus Micrelaps muelleri Micrelaps tchernovi Micrelaps vaillanti Micropechis Micropechis ikaheca Micropisthodon Micropisthodon...
- Filiolus serkovae (Lehr, 1995) Filiolus tarbagataicus (Lehr, 1995) Filiolus tchernovi (Lehr, 1995) Filiolus tugajorum (Lehr, 1961) Furcilla dorothyae (Martin...
- genus is named for the Judean Hills where the holotype of Judeasaurus tchernovi was discovered ("Judea lizard"), and the etymology of the species name...
- commemorated in the scientific name of a species of snake, Micrelaps tchernovi. An Early Neolithic Village in the Jordan Valley, Part II: The Fauna of...
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