Colubridae


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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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A new species of snake in the genus Contia (Squamata: Colubridae) from California and Oregon.
The market for the Colubridae family of snakes, as well, continues to expand, particularly in the realm of corn snakes.
Although there are some types belonging to the Colubridae family, which contain toxins dangerous to humans, only those belonging to the Viperidae and Elapidae families pose great danger to humans.
Elapidae (including cobras, kraits, and all Australian venomous snakes), Lamprophiidae (subfamily Atractaspidinae: burrowing asps), and Colubridae (a large family in which most species are nonvenomous and only a few are dangerously toxic to humans).
Venomous snakes belong to five main families: Hydrophiinae, Elapidae, Viperidae, Crotalidae, and Colubridae [8, 9].
(2004) Proteolytic, hemorrhagic, and neurotoxic activities caused by Leptodeira annulata ashmeadii (Serpentes: Colubridae) Duvernoy's gland secretion.
Several examples of vertebrate predators switching to invasive prey include the previously threatened Lake Erie water snake, Nerodia sipedon insularum (Conant & Clay, 1937) (Squamata: Colubridae), whose preferred prey is now the exotic Eurasian round goby, Neogobius melanostomus (Pallas, 1814) (Perciformes: Gobiidae) (King et al.
Sustento su tesis doctoral en la UNMSM en 1973, titulada "Una nueva especie del genero Sibynomorphus (Serpentes: Colubridae)".
A microbiological study of the oral cavity often different snake species belonging to the families Boidae, Colubridae, Elapidae and Viperidae, identified the bacteria Actinomyces sp., Burkholderia spp., Moraxella spp., Proteus spp., Sarcina spp., Bacillussubtilis, Staphylococcus aureus, coagulase-negative Staphylococcus and Yersinia enterocolitica, and also isolated Proteus spp.