Talk:Atheris nitschei rungweensis

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Punctuation needed.[edit]

In cleaning up this WP article I encountered the following sentence in the "Description" section:

"Specimens from the Sumbawanga region usually have a green yellow and black color pattern".

Does this mean that they are green, yellow, and black, i.e., tricolored? Or does it mean that they are green-yellow and black, i.e., bicolored?

Since I haven't examined the specimens, I don't know which interpretation is correct. So, for the time being, I left that sentence untouched. Perhaps someone who is more familiar with this taxon than I am could make the necessary correction. Lyttle-Wight (talk) 01:40, 30 October 2013 (UTC)