Atheris hispida (green bush viper) inhabits arts of western and central Africa. Its geographic range extends into Kamanyola, a province of Kivu, Congo and Takamanda Forest Reserve in Cameroon. Atheris hispida has been recorded in the lower elevation forests of Cameroon, particularly those with dense vegetation.
Biogeographic Regions: ethiopian (Native )
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