Aspidomorphus is a genus of venomous elapid snakes found in New Guinea and neighbouring islands. They are commonly called Collared adders or Crown snakes. These are small snakes with rounded snouts and small eyes. Very little is known about these nocturnal burrowing species.
- McDowell, S.B. (1967) Aspidomorphus, a Genus of New Guinea Snakes of the Family Elapidae, With Notes on Related Genera. Journal of Zoology (London), 151: 497-543. Abstract.