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Related to Colubridae: Viperidae, snakes, Elapidae
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Noun1.Colubridae - nonvenomous snakes; about two-thirds of all living species
reptile family - a family of reptiles
colubrid, colubrid snake - mostly harmless temperate-to-tropical terrestrial or arboreal or aquatic snakes
Carphophis, genus Carphophis - thunder snake
Diadophis, genus Diadophis - a genus of reptiles of the family Colubridae including ringneck snakes
genus Heterodon, Heterodon - a genus of small colubrid snakes containing the North American hognose snakes
genus Opheodrys, Opheodrys - North American green snakes
Chlorophis, genus Chlorophis - African green snakes
Elaphe, genus Elaphe - North American rat snakes
genus Ptyas, Ptyas - Asian rat snakes
genus Arizona, Arizona - glossy snake
genus Pituophis, Pituophis - bull snakes
genus Lampropeltis, Lampropeltis - king snakes and milk snakes
genus Thamnophis, Thamnophis - garter snakes
genus Sonora, Sonora - ground snakes
genus Potamophis, Potamophis - ground snakes
genus Haldea, Haldea - ground snakes
genus Natrix, Natrix - water snakes; a cosmopolitan genus
genus Nerodia, Nerodia - North American water snakes
genus Storeria, Storeria - a genus of Colubridae
genus Tantilla, Tantilla - black-headed snakes
genus Oxybelis, Oxybelis - vine snakes
Drymarchon, genus Drymarchon - a genus of Colubridae
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Atractaspis Southern, Semi - desert, Local pain, bibronii Bibron's savanna and swelling, burrowing woodland of lymphadenitis, asp southern necrosis Africa, from Kenya through to eastern Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Botswana, eastern parts of South Africa Macrelaps Natal black East coast of Local pain, microlepidotus snake South Africa: swelling; serious riverine cases recorded foresl and urban gardens Colubridae Common Wide Venom of some snakes or rear - distribution capable of inducing fanged snakes throughout fatal haemostatic Africa defects The back-fanged snakes have fixed, grooved rear fangs that are situated quite far back in the mouth.
Con relacion a las serpientes, la familia mas diversa fue Colubridae con 11 especies, seguida por Elapidae y Viperidae con una.
Texasophis (Squamata:Colubridae), an extinct,archaic colubrid snake genus, is important in that Texasophis galbreathi from the early Oligocene (Orellan) of eastern Colorado represents one of the first appearances of the huge family Colubridae in North America (Holman l984a).
laticeps (Schneider), broad- C, S headed skink Scincella lateralis (Say), ground skink S Family Colubridae (common snakes) Carphophis amoenus (Say), worm snake S Cemophora coccinea (Blumenbach), scarlet S snake Coluber constrictor Linnaeus, black racer I Clonophis kirtlandii (Kennicott), N, C, SE Kirtland's snake Diadophis punctatus (Linnaeus), S northern ringneck snake Elaphe obsoleta (Say), black rat snake I E.