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It could be Rhabdophis subminiatus helleri as no black marking is present in the supralabial scale..
thanks all and a very big thanks to PN...:)
Thanks for the id Nuwan...
Ashish you are right males..have larger and feathery antennas in this species http://mantiskingdom.com/index.php?main_...
it is very difficult to identify species without scale counts bro...
looks like Hylarana temporalis bro...!
nice find bro...!
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