1998 Psammophis condanarus indochinensis Edward Harrison Taylor 1965. 30 Psammophis sibilans var.
Sibilans appear to hybridize.
Psammophis. Photomacrographs of dorsal view of tongue of C. 2009 Psammophis indochinensis Patrick David et al. Subtaeniatus also hybridize BROADLEY 1966.
An adult sand snake specimen was collected during a herpetofaunal survey conducted in the Turpan Basin in northwest China. Psammophis lineolatus commonly known as steppe ribbon racer or arrow snake is a species of venomous snake in the family LamprophiidaeIt is located in northern and central Asia from north western China Mongolia Russia Kazakhstan Azerbaijan Kyrgyzstan Tajikistan Turkmenistan Uzbekistan Afghanistan Iran and Pakistan. Psammophis sudanensis and P.
The Animal Diversity Web is an educational resource written largely by and for college studentsADW doesnt cover all species in the world nor does it include all the latest scientific information about organisms we describe. In Psammophis sibilans the median sulcus is located on the median dorsal surface of the tongue as a deep depression. This snake has a scattered distribution in Afghanistan and situated mainly in the southern and south-eastern regions Farah Helmand Kandahar Laghman Nimroz Wardak.
2003 Psammophis indochinensis Barry Hughes 1999 Psammophis condanarus indochinensis Merel J. Though we edit our accounts for accuracy we cannot guarantee all information in those accounts. Species Psammophis elegans Elegant Sand Racer.
Fine striated grooves radially arranged in oblique Fig. They are found in The Afrotropics. 1561 results for species.
A review of the species of Psammophis Boie found south of latitude 12S Serpentes. Psammophis definition is – a genus of North African and Asiatic back-fanged snakes comprising the sand snakes. 504 Psammophis notostictus WITTE 1933.
Species Psammophis jallae Jallas Sand Snake. The result set contains records provided under the following names. No need to register buy now.
The genus is named after Greek psammos sand dunes and Greek ophis snake. The snake then carried its prey away from the swarm to a more secluded place to enjoy its meal in peace. 122 Psammophis sibilans var.
The herpetofauna of Abuko Nature Reserve the Gambia. Earliest use found in Thomasina Ross fl. This has been largely followed in the subsequent literature and Broadley 2002 selected a lectotype in Berlin ZMB 2468A and confirmed that the name applies to the large.
Species Psammophis leopardinus Leopard Grass Snake Leopard Sand Snake. Sibilans B and T. The name Psammophis mossambicus described from Mozambique Island by Peters in 1882 as Psammophis sibilans var mossambica was first formally applied by Branch 1998.
Find the perfect psammophis stock photo. Psammophis irregularis SAUVAGE 1884. Psammophis indochinensis Nguyen Van Sang et al.
A review of Psammophis leightoni and Psammophis notostictus in southern Africa Serpentes. 201 not FISCHER Psammophis thomasi GOUGH 1908. Leopard Sand Snake Psammophis leopardinus snagged this Rock agama as it feasted on a termite swarm.
They have sexual reproduction. The search results include records for synonyms and child taxa of placeholder link placeholder. Intermedius Fischer 1884 Psammophis subtaeniatus var.
Psammophis schokari Forskal 1775 Distribution in Afghanistan. Psammophis elegans Elegant Sand Racer is a species of snakes in the family African nocturnal snakes. Species Psammophis leightoni Cape Sand Snake.
Hierosolymitana Jan 1870 Psammophis sibilans sibilans Psammophis sibilans var. Species Psammophis leithii Pakistani Ribbon snake Pakistan Sand Racer. African Journal of Herpetology 512.
2004 Psammophis indochinensis Olivier SG. Huge collection amazing choice 100 million high quality affordable RF and RM images. This snake has not been evaluated for conservation globally but.
Species Psammophis lineolatus Steppe Ribbon Racer. Psammophis crucifer – Cross Marked Grass Snake by Tyrone James Ping. From scientific Latin Psammophis from Hellenistic Greek ψαμμο- ancient Greek ὄϕις snake serpent.
Sudanensis Werner 1919 Psammophis sudanensis Lebreton 1999 Homonyms Psammophis sibilans Linnaeus 1758 Psammophis sibilans Pitman 1934 Psammophis sibilans Schmidt 1923 Common names. Phylogenetic analyses revealed that this specimen along with other snake sloughs and skins collected from different localities in the Turpan Basin formed a clade that is sister to Psammophis lineolatus.