Species: Sibon noalamina
Sibon noalamina Lotzkat, Hertz & Köhler, 2012: 27
- Holotype: SMF 91539 (original field number SL 775), adult ♂, collected by Andreas Hertz and Sebastian Lotzkat on 10 August 2010.
- Type locality: “headwaters of Río Chiriquí Malí, approximately 6.4 km NW Fortuna dam (8.7891°N, 82.2155°W, 1050 m elevation), Bosque Protector Palo Seco, Comarca Ngöbe-Buglé (formerly province of Bocas del Toro), Panama”.
- Paratypes (n=2): SMF 90180 (original field number SL 494), juvenile ♂, same locality as holotype, collected by Andreas Hertz and Sebastian Lotzkat on 29 October 2009; SMF 89550 (original field number LSt 015), juvenile, from “Cerro Mariposa near Alto de Piedra, approx. 3.5 km W of Santa Fé, 8.5001°N, 81.1170°W, 1260 m, province of Veraguas, Panama”, collected by Sebastian Lotzkat and Andreas Hertz on 28 May 2008
- Etymology: The specific epithet is a contraction of the exclamation no a la mina!, Spanish for no to the mine, in the sense of no mining. This affirmation was and is used by members of the indigenous Ngöbe communities living in the Serranía de Tabasará in the course of their protests against mining interests aiming to exploit their territory.
- Lotzkat, S., Hertz, A. & Köhler, G. 2012. A new species of Sibon (Squamata: Colubroidea: Dipsadidae) from the Cordillera Central of western Panama, with comments on other species of the genus in the area. Zootaxa 3485(1): 26–40. DOI: 10.11646/zootaxa.3485.1.2 Reference page.
- Uetz, P. & Hallermann, J. 2023. Sibon noalamina. The Reptile Database. Accessed on 3 January 2023.