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Furina: possibly after the Roman goddess, Furrina.1 - Storr et al. (2002). Snakes of Western Australia. Western Australian Museum. 309
diadema: I think diadem is a French word referring to a tiara.
Calamaria diadema — SCHLEGEL 1837: 32
Furina diadema — DUMÉRIL, BIBRON & DUMÉRIL 1854: 1239
Rabdion occipitale GIRARD 1858: 181
Brachysoma diadema — GÜNTHER 1863
Pseudelaps diadema — JAN 1863
Cacophis blackmanii KREFFT 1869: 77
Denisonia bancrofti DE VIS 1911: 23 (holotype is in QM)
Pseudelaps diadema — BOULENGER 1896 ?
Brachysoma diadema — WORRELL 1963
Aspidomorphus diadema — MINTON et al. 1970
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