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!bgcolor="#f0f0f0"|Belavbûna<br />ErdîngarîErdnîgarî<ref name="NRDB"/>
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|style="min-width:10% ; max-width:15%"|''[[Acalyptophis]]''
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|style="max-width:15%"|Marê avê stûnserî
|[[Gulf of Thailand]], [[South China Sea]], the [[Strait of Taiwan]], andû the coasts ofberava [[Guangdong]], [[Indonesia]], the [[Philippines]], [[New Guinea]], [[New Caledonia]], [[Australia]] ([[Northern Territory]], [[Queensland]], [[Western Australia]])
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|''[[Acanthophis]]''
|align="center"|2
|align="center"|0
|Marê avê serîkusî
|turtlehead sea snakes
|TheBeraviyên coastsTîmûrê of Timor (Indonesian Sea), New Caledonia, Australia (Northern Territory, Queensland, Western Australia), and in the Southeast Asian Sea along the coasts of China, Taiwan, Japan, and the Ryukyu Islands
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|''[[Enhydrina]]''
|align="center"|2
|align="center"|0
|Marê serîqehweyî
|brown-headed snakes
|Australia (Queensland), New Guinea
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|align="center"|2
|Morîmarê Asyayî
|Asian coral snakes
|Taiwan, Japan (Ryukyu Islands)
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|align="center"|3
|Marê avê
|sea snakes
|Indoaustralian and Southeast Asian waters.<ref name="Cyb">[http://www.cyberlizard.plus.com/venomous5.htm The Hydrophiidae] at [http://www.cyberlizard.plus.com/ Cyberlizard's home pages]. Accessed [12 August] [2007].</ref>
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|align="center"|23
|align="center"|3
|Kobra an kefçemar
|cobras
|Africa, Asia
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|align="center"|2
|align="center"|0
|Marê piling
|tiger snakes
|Southern Australia, including many offshore islands
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|align="center"|1
|align="center"|0
|Marê Bola
|bola
|Fijî
|Fiji
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|''[[Ophiophagus]]''
|align="center"|1
|align="center"|0
|Şahkobra
|king cobra
|Bangladesh, Myanmar, Cambodia, China, India, Andaman Islands, Indonesia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam, west Malaysia, the Philippines
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|align="center"|7
|align="center"|0
|Marê reş (û marê şahê qehweyî)
|black snakes (and king brown)
|Australia
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|align="center"|2
|align="center"|0
|Kobrayê daristanan
|forest cobras
|Angola, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Congo, Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Uganda, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Ivory Coast, Togo, Nigeria
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|align="center"|8
|align="center"|2
|Marên morê jehrawî
|venomous brown snakes (and dugites)
|Australia
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|align="center"|6
|align="center"|0
|Marê biçûkçavê Awistralî
|Australian small-eyed snakes
|Southern and eastern Australia, southern New Guinea
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|align="center"|1
|align="center"|0
|Morîmarê Silêman
|Solomons coral snake
|Giravên Silêman
|Solomon Islands
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|''[[Simoselaps]]''
|align="center"|13
|align="center"|3
|Morîmarê Awistralî
|Australian coral snakes
|Mainland Australia
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|align="center"|5
|align="center"|4
| Marê mîrar Asyayî
|MacClelland’s (Asian) coral snake
|India, Myanmar, Vietnam, China, Taiwan, Japan
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|align="center"|10
|align="center"|2
|Kumemar (û marê gerrandî)
|hooded snakes (and curl snake)
|Awistraliya
|Australia
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|''[[Thalassophis]]''
|align="center"|1
|align="center"|0
|Marê avê nesayî
|anomalous sea snake
|South Chinese Sea (Malaysia, Gulf of Thailand), Indian Ocean (Sumatra, Java, Borneo)
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|align="center"|9
|align="center"|0
|Marê daristanê Gîniya Nû
|New Guinea forest snakes
|Gîniya Nû
|New Guinea (and nearby islands)
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|''[[Tropidechis]]''
|align="center"|2
|align="center"|0
|Marê hişkpile
|rough-scaled snake
|Rojavayê Awistraliya
|Eastern Australia
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|''[[Vermicella]]''
|align="center"|0
|bandy-bandies
|Awistraliya
|Australia
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|''[[Walterinnesia]]''
|align="center"|2<ref>Nilson, G. & N. Rastegar-Pouyani (2007) Walterinnesia aegyptia Lataste, 1887 (Ophidia: Elapidae) and the status of Naja morgani Mocquard 1905. Russian Journal of Herpetology, 14: 7-14.</ref>
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|Kobra reşê çolê
|black desert cobra
|EgyptMisr, IsraelÎsraîl, LebanonLibnan, SyriaSûrî, Jordan, IraqÎraq, IranÎran, Kuwait, SaudiSaûdî ArabiaErebistan, TurkeyTirkî <ref>Ugurtas, I. H., T. J. Papenfuss and N. L. Orlov. 2001. New record of Walterinnesia aegyptia Lataste, 1887 (Ophidia: Elapidae: Bungarinae) in Turkey. Russian Journal of Herpetology. 8(3):239-245.</ref>
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