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Lycodon laoensis

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Kingdom  Animalia
Class  Reptilia
Family  Colubridae
Scientific name  Lycodon laoensis
Rank  Species
Subphylum  Vertebrata
Suborder  Serpentes
Subfamily  Colubrinae
Phylum  Chordata
Order  Scaled reptiles
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Similar  Lycodon, Lycodon subcinctus, Dryocalamus, Lycodon capucinus, Sibynophis collaris

Thailand juvenile laotian wolf snake lycodon laoensis nonvenom


Lycodon laoensis, commonly known as the Laotian wolf snake, is a species of colubrid snake, which is endemic to Asia.

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Geographic range.

It is found in India, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, China (Yunnan), and West Malaysia.

Description

Dorsally it is dark brown, with a whitish or yellowish crossband on the occiput, and similar body crossbands which bifurcate on the sides. Ventrally it is whitish. Adults are about .5 m (20 inches) in total length, which includes the tail of about 10 cm (4 inches).

References

Lycodon laoensis Wikipedia


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