|Scientific name||Vipera berus Linnaeus 1758|
|Other scientific names||Berus vulgaris SWAINSON 1839; Chersea vulgaris FLEMING 1822; Vipera (pelias) berus VENCHI 2006; Vipera communis Leach, 1817; Coluber berus Linnaeus, 1758|
|Common names||Adder; Northern Viper; Petite vipre; vipre peliade; the common viper of the North or Germany; the adder of England|
|Substance description||The fresh poison of the viper is triturated with sugar of milk|
|Distinctness||GROUP (it is uncertain which exact species of Viper was proved)|
|Classification||Organism – Animalia – Chordata – Reptilia – Squamata – Viperidae – Vipera|
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