AMPHIESMA STOLATUM. Buff Striped Keelback. 花浪蛇 (hua1lang4she2). Status: Not Protected. Non-venomous. VIDEOS. Amphiesma stolatum. The buff striped keelback (Amphiesma stolatum) is a species of nonvenomous colubrid snake found across Asia. It is a typically nonaggressive snake that feeds . Amphiesma stolatum (Linnaeus, ) – Striped Keelback. Taxonomic Notes: Photo Gallery; Early stages; Distribution; Identification; Status, Habitat and Habits .
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It is perhaps the most common non-venomous species coming under road kills in most of the parts of country. Bengali — Hele sanp.
Buff striped keelback
An inventory of amphibian and reptiles from the Barail Wildlife Sanctuary and its surroundi Amphiesma stolatumCarolus LinnaeusThe buff striped keelback Amphiesma stolatum is a species of nonvenomous colubrid snake found across Asia. The batrachians and reptiles of Formosa.
Buff striped keelback at Yavatmal Scientific classification Kingdom: Send a request for permission. It is abundant during the rains.
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Amphiesma stolatum – Buff Striped Keelback
Ralph Curtis Publishing, pp. It is quite a common snake but is rarely seen. Please help us improving our species range maps. Describes behaviour and behaviour patterns of an organism, including actions and reactions of organism in relation to its biotic and abiotic environment.
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Articles with ‘species’ microformats Taxonbars using multiple manual Wikidata items. Natricinaewith description of a new species. It is abundant during the rains. It hunts frogs, toads, and fish, occasionally also earthworms and geckos. Interscale color Blue in population of most of the parts of country called forma typica variety ; South India, Maharastra and some parts of North-east specimens bear red interscale color called erythrostictus variety.
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Herpetology of Japan and adjacent territory. Found mostly close to water: Habitat includes moist, mixed and dry deciduous forests, wetlands, grasslands of plains and moderate elevations.
In India, the snake is found up to an altitude of 2, m. Amphiesma stolatum Linnaeus, The buff striped keelback is found throughout South and Southeast Asia. The rostral touches a total of 6 shields. Buff Striped Keelback. It is quite a common snake but is rarely seen. This website includes photographic records, distributional data, and natural history information under various tabs of the species pages.
Rhabdophis stolatus Wall, The primary diet of adult A. Views Read Edit View history. Greek for “garment, vestment”, named in apposition to the epithet of the type species, A. Describes reproductive physiology and behavior, including mating and life history variables.
A field guide to the reptiles of Thailand. Natrix stolatus Merrem, Sharma Amphiesma stolata chinesisTanya Chan-Ard et al. The wide world of snakes in China. These are two inter-nasals, two nasals and the first supralabial on each side.
Mating is thought to take place during the aestivation period. The underside is pale cream and has small black spots scattered along both the margins.