Drymarchon corais


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Related to Drymarchon corais: eastern indigo snake
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Noun1.Drymarchon corais - large dark-blue nonvenomous snake that invades burrowsDrymarchon corais - large dark-blue nonvenomous snake that invades burrows; found in southern North America and Mexico
colubrid, colubrid snake - mostly harmless temperate-to-tropical terrestrial or arboreal or aquatic snakes
Drymarchon corais couperi, eastern indigo snake - a variety of indigo snake
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Orden Familia Especie Crocodylia Alligatoridae Caiman crocodilus Anomalepididae Liotyphlops albirostris Colubridae Drymarchon corais Colubridae Imantodes cenchoa Colubridae Ninia atrata Colubridae Rhinobothryum bovallii Colubridae Sp ilotes pullatus Corytophanidae Basiliscus galeritus Dipsadidae Leptodeira septentrionalis Dipsadidae Erythrolamprus melanotus Gekkonidae Hemidactylus brookii Iguanidae Iguana iguana Leptotyphlopidae Trilepida macrolepis Squamata Phyllodactylidae Thecadactylus rapicauda Polychrotidae Anolis auratus Polychrotidae Anolis tropidogaster Polychrotidae Anolis sp.
In Brazil, five pentastomid species associated with snakes have already been recorded: Cephalobaena tetrapoda Heymons, 1922 associated with Crotalus durissus terrificus Laurenti, 1768 and Liophis lineatus Linnaeus, 1758; Raillitiella furcocerca Diesing, 1863 associated with Boa constrictor Linnaeus, 1758, Coluber lichtensteinii Wiedneuwied, 1824, Drymarchon corais Stejneger 1899, Crotalus durissus terrificus, Xenodon merremii Wagler, 1824 and Lachesis sp.
Drymarchon corais couperi (Eastern Indigo Snake) and Micrurus fulvius fulvius (Eastern Coral Snake).