Khan M. S. (2002), A Guide to the Snakes of Pakistan. Frankfurt Contributions to Natural History. Vol. 16., Edition Chimaira, Frankfurt am Main, 265 pages, 155 figures (maps, line drawings and color photographs); in English, hard-bound

Patrick David, Olivier S. G. Pauwels

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