Definition of Bungarus fasciatus
1. Noun. Sluggish krait banded with black and yellow.
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Literary usage of Bungarus fasciatus
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1. Indian snake poisons, their nature and effects by Alfred John Wall (1883)
"This interval, in this chronic form of poisoning by the bungarus fasciatus, calls to mind strongly that similar period which occurs between exposure to the ..."
2. Nature by Nature Publishing Group, Norman Lockyer (1883)
"There are others, such as bungarus fasciatus, ... Annas' bungarus fasciatus ... ... 4 Ophiophagus Russell's Viper Echis . ..."
3. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1871)
"... and the police returns show a large mortality among the rural population therefrom. The first species to be described is the bungarus fasciatus or ..."
4. Catalogue of Colubrine Snakes in the Collection of the British Museum by Albert Carl Ludwig Gotthilf Günther (1858)
"India. Presented by General Hardwicke 2. bungarus fasciatus. Seba, ii. 58. ... bungarus fasciatus, Cantor, Cain lp 113. Body encircled by large black rings. ..."
5. The Journal of the British Homoeopathic Society by British Homoeopathic Society (1905)
"Action of bungarus fasciatus on the Nervous System—In a series of experiments on monkeys with a view to bringing out the differences between the poison of ..."