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Mnemonic iVIPAA
Taxon identifier i8705
Scientific name iVipera ammodytes ammodytes
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Common name iWestern sand viper
Synonym i-
Rank iSUBSPECIES
Lineage icellular organisms
   › Eukaryota
     › Opisthokonta
       › Metazoa
         › Eumetazoa
           › Bilateria
             › Deuterostomia
               › Chordata
                 › Craniata
                   › Vertebrata
                     › Gnathostomata
                       › Teleostomi
                         › Euteleostomi
                           › Sarcopterygii
                             › Dipnotetrapodomorpha
                               › Tetrapoda
                                 › Amniota
                                   › Sauropsida
                                     › Sauria
                                       › Lepidosauria
                                         › Squamata
                                           › Bifurcata
                                             › Unidentata
                                               › Episquamata
                                                 › Toxicofera
                                                   › Serpentes
                                                     › Colubroidea
                                                       › Viperidae
                                                         › Viperinae
                                                           › Vipera
                                                             › Vipera ammodytes
Strains i› Bulgarian
› Northern Balkan
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