| Snake, Reptile, Elapidae, Aspidelaps, Pseudohaje|
Elapsoidea is a genus of venomous elapid snakes commonly known as venomous garter snakes or African garter snakes. Despite the common names, they are unrelated to the harmless North American garter snake species.
The following nine species are recognized.Elapsoidea broadleyi Jakobsen, 1997 — Broadley's garter snake — Somalia
Elapsoidea chelazzii Lanza, 1979 — Somali garter snake — Somalia
Elapsoidea guentherii Bocage, 1866 — Günther's garter snake — Republic of Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Cameroon
Elapsoidea laticincta (F. Werner, 1919) — Werner's garter snake — Ethiopia, Sudan, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Chad, Central African Republic, and Cameroon
Elapsoidea loveridgei Parker, 1949 — Loveridge's garter snake — Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Sudan, Burundi, Rwanda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, and Uganda
Elapsoidea nigra Günther, 1888 — black garter snake — Tanzania
Elapsoidea semiannulata Bocage, 1882 — Angolan garter snake — throughout central Africa
Elapsoidea sundevallii (A. Smith, 1848) — Sundevall's garter snake — South Africa, Mozambique, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, and Gambia
Elapsoidea trapei Mane, 1999 — Senegal garter snake — Senegal
Nota bene: A binomial authority in parentheses indicates that the species was originally described in a genus other than Elapsoidea.