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Colubridae (colubrids)

Wikipedia Abstract

The Colubridae (from Latin coluber, snake) are a family of snakes. With 304 genera and 1,938 species, Colubridae is the largest snake family, and includes about two-thirds of all living snake species. The earliest species of the family date back to the Oligocene epoch. Colubrid species are found on every continent except Antarctica.
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Genus

Aeluroglena (Snake) (1)
Ahaetulla (Asian longnose whipsnakes) (8)   (1)
Aprosdoketophis (1)
Archelaphe (1)
Argyrogena (Snake) (2)
Arizona (glossy snakes) (1)
Bamanophis (1)
Blythia (1)
Bogertophis (desert rat snakes) (2)
Boiga (boigas and mangrove snakes) (33)   (2)   (1)
Calamaria (dwarf snakes) (61)   (3)
Calamorhabdium (irridescent snakes) (2)
Cemophora (scarlet snakes) (1)
Chapinophis (1)   (1)
Chilomeniscus (sand snakes) (2)
Chionactis (shovel-nosed snakes) (3)
Chironius (sipos) (22)   (1)
Chrysopelea (flying tree snakes) (5)
Coelognathus (7)
Collorhabdium (reed snakes) (1)
Coluber (racers) (14)   (1)
Colubroelaps (1)
Conopsis (6)
Coronella (3)
Crotaphopeltis (tropical water snakes) (6)
Cyclocorus (lined snakes) (2)
Cyclophiops (green snakes) (6)
Dasypeltis (egg-eating snakes) (12)
Dendrelaphis (Asian tree snakes and bronzebacks) (44)
Dendrophidion (forest racers) (15)
Dipsadoboa (tree snakes) (10)
Dispholidus (boomslang) (1)
Dolichophis (4)   (1)
Drymarchon (indigo snakes) (5)
Drymobius (neotropical racers and speckled racers) (4)
Drymoluber (woodland racers) (3)   (1)
Dryocalamus (bridal snakes) (6)
Dryophiops (whip snakes) (2)
Eirenis (dwarf racers) (20)
Elachistodon (Indian egg-eating snake) (1)
Elaphe (corn snakes, fox snakes, and rat snakes) (11)
Elapoidis (1)
Etheridgeum (Sumatra etheridge snake) (1)
Euprepiophis (3)   (1)
Ficimia (southern hook-nosed snakes) (7)   (1)
Geagras (Snake) (1)
Gongylosoma (5)   (1)
Gonyosoma (redtail rat snakes) (6)
Grayia (hopsage) (4)
Gyalopion (desert hooknose snakes) (2)
Hapsidophrys (black-lined green snake) (3)
Helophis (sun snake) (1)
Hemerophis (2)
Hemorrhois (4)
Hierophis (3)
Lampropeltis (kingsnakes and milk snakes) (21)   (1)
Leptodrymus (striped lowland snake) (1)
Leptophis (parrot snakes) (11)
Lepturophis (1)
Liopeltis (reed snakes) (6)
Lycodon (wolf snakes) (50)   (1)
Lycognathophis (Snake) (1)   (1)
Lytorhynchus (leafnose snakes) (6)
Macrocalamus (mountain reed snakes) (7)
Macroprotodon (false smooth snake) (4)
Mastigodryas (tropical racers) (14)
Meizodon (crowned snakes) (5)
Muhtarophis (1)
Myersophis (Snake) (1)
Oligodon (Kukri snakes) (74)   (2)
Oocatochus (1)
Opheodrys (rough green snake) (2)
Oreocalamus (Kalimantan burrowing snake) (1)
Oreocryptophis (1)
Orientocoluber (1)
Orthriophis (4)
Oxybelis (vine snakes) (4)   (1)
Pantherophis (9)
Philothamnus (African green snakes) (20)
Phrynonax (4)
Phyllorhynchus (leaf-nosed snakes) (2)
Pituophis (bullsnakes, gopher snakes, and pine snakes) (6)   (1) (Attributes)
Platyceps (24)
Pliocercus (common false coral snakes) (3)
Poecilopholis (Cameroon racer) (1)
Pseudelaphe (1)
Pseudoficimia (false ficimia) (1)
Pseudorabdion (dwarf reed snakes) (14)   (1)
Ptyas (Indian rat snakes) (8)
Rabdion (2)
Rhabdops (trapezoid snakes) (2)
Rhamnophis (Dagger-tooth Tree Snakes) (2)
Rhinobothryum (banded snakes) (2)
Rhinocheilus (long-nosed snakes) (1)
Rhynchocalamus (Snake) (3)
Salvadora (patch-nosed snakes) (6)
Scaphiodontophis (neckband snakes) (2)
Scaphiophis (gray beaked snakes) (2)
Scolecophis (black-banded snake) (1)
Senticolis (green rat snake) (1)
Sibynophis (many-tooth snakes) (9)
Simophis (snouted snakes) (1)
Sonora (North American ground snakes) (4)
Spalerosophis (diadem snakes) (6)
Spilotes (tropical rat snake) (2)
Stegonotus (Snake) (10)
Stenorrhina (Snake) (2)
Stichophanes (1)
Symphimus (white-lipped snakes) (2)
Sympholis (Snake) (1)
Tantilla (black-headed snakes and centipede snakes) (62)   (5)
Tantillita (dwarf short-tailed snakes) (3)
Telescopus (tiger snakes) (14)   (1)
Tetralepis (1)
Thelotornis (bird snakes) (4)
Thrasops (black tree snakes) (4)   (1)
Toxicodryas (2)
Trimorphodon (lyre snakes) (7)
Xenelaphis (Malaysian brown snakes) (2)
Xyelodontophis (1)
Zamenis (6)

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