C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Distribution:
could offer more specifics. e g example river basins. this taxon, for example, is prominently found in the yellow river basin.
over 2 years ago
text object is reliable
C. Michael Hogan commented on "Distribution":
Could also add that this pitviper is the highest elevation occurrence among pitvipers along with the Mexican taxon Crotalus triseriatus
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Range Description:
C. Michael Hogan commented on "Phrynocephalus Vlangalii STRAUCH 1876":
The heading on this page needs to be changed to the species to Phrynocephalus Vlangalii
Seems to conflate genus with species distribution, but will allow to stand as visible
C. Michael Hogan commented on "Range":
See also other range text objects for this taxon to realise a more complete picture of taxon range, and historical range.
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Geographic Range:
good text object
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of n232_w1150:
apt historical image
C. Michael Hogan commented on an older version of Localities documented in Tropicos sources:
Correct information, but note Tibetan Plateau is a key area and note geographic detail in other text object on this taxon here
in review for lack of detail
Occurs in tibetan plateau and other locales as shown in other text objects here on eol
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