- Upper lip: green “fluo” in females, pale green in males.
- Facial line: rare. starts behind the eye.
- Body line: white, sometimes accompanied by red in males, yellow in females.
- Lip and chin: green “fluo” in females, pale green in males.
- Tail: gray-brown, sometimes with purplish.
- Body: light green
- Ventral: green “fluo” in females, pale green with white spots in males. Blue is present behind the scales
- Reproduction: viviparous
- Hemipenes: 1 spinose
Found in Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.
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