Found in leaf litter by Alberth Rojas.
Spotted while trekking up from what is called Iguana falls (about 30 minutes trek) on a narrow path with native bushes on both sides. The weather was sunny and cloudy with short showers in the morning. The snake crossed my path from right to left about a meter in front of me. I did not had the time to get the camera, also the bushes on both sides are thick and low, which blocks any view of the ground. The location on the map is not exact as no GPS was available, to be edited when found correct trail position.
This coral snake was observed at night on the side of the road near the town of Baling in northern Taiwan.
This sea snake was observed during the day in a debris slick in the Gulf of Chiriqui off the northwest coast of Panama.
This cobra was observed during the day in a farm near the village of Hunsur in the Western Ghats of southwestern India.
This sea snake, and several others, were observed during the day on the shores of 'Snake Island', part of Pulau Tiga Park of northwestern Borneo, Malaysia.
This elapid was observed during the day in leaf-litter in a wooded area in the Agumbe Rainforest Research Center in the Western Ghats of southwestern India.
Elapidae (Greek ἔλλοψ éllops, "sea-fish") is a family of venomous snakes found in tropical and subtropical regions around the world, terrestrially in Asia, Australia, Africa, North America, and South America, and aquatically in the Pacific and Indian Oceans.