Popeia nebularis (Vogel, David & Pauwels, 2004)

Etymologie: nebularis means “clouds” in Latin and refers to the cloud forests in which the species is found. The holotype comes from the west of Malaysia

Popeia nebularis mue - Cameron highlands malaisie Credit: Manuel Ebert, Dr. Norbert Brachtel
Popeia nebularis mue – Cameron highlands malaisie Credit: Manuel Ebert, Dr. Norbert Brachtel

Details

  • Upper lip: blue-green
  • Facial line: light green with blue tones
  • Body line: absent, white or pale blue
  • Lip and chin: yellowish
  • Tail: red
  • Body: light green to dark green
  • Ventral: absent line, white or light blue
  • Reproduction: viviparous
  • Hemipenes: long 1 spinose

Distribution

Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Malaysia

Medias

  • Popeia nebularis - Malaisie - Crédit: Ludvig Edlund
    [:fr]Popeia nebularis - Malaisie - Crédit: Ludvig Edlund[:en]Popeia nebularis - Malaisie - Crédit: Ludvig Edlund