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Pseudocerastes is a genus of venomous vipers endemic to the Middle East and Asia. It was originally a monotypic genus created in 1896 by Boulenger for the species Pseudocerastes persicus. Due to taxonomic revision and recent discovery, the genus may currently contain as many as three species.