AppearanceAdults may attain a snout-vent length (SVL) of 62 cm (24 in).
Dorsally, it is uniform green, without crossbars. Ventrally it is pale green. There is narrow bicolor stripe on the first one and a half dorsal scale rows. In males this stripe is rust-colored or red below, and it is white above. In females it is yellow or white. The iris of the eye is red or orange in adults of both sexes, but in young specimens may be yellowish-green. There are no markings behind the eye.
NamingSome authorities classify this species in the genus Popeia. It was formerly known as Trimeresurus popeorum sabahi.
DistributionFound on the island of Borneo in East Malaysia (Sabah and Sarawak) and Indonesia (North Kalimantan). The type locality given is "Mount Kinabalu, Kulapis River, British North Borneo".
HabitatIt inhabits mountainous regions at altitudes from 1,000 m (3,300 ft) to 1,150 m (3,770 ft), where it is commonly found on branches of shrubs and other low vegetation.
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