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Genera

  • Achalinus - Odd-scaled snakes
  • Adelophis - Meadow snakes
  • Adelphicos - American burrowing snakes
  • Afronatrix - African brown water snakes
  • Ahaetulla - Asian longnose whipsnakes
  • Alsophis - Racers (See also Coluber)
  • Amastridium - Rustyhead snakes
  • Amblyodipsas - Purple-glossed snakes
  • Amphiesma - Keelbacks
  • Amphiesmoides - Ornate snakes
  • Amplorhinus - Many-spotted snakes
  • Antillophis - Antillean snakes
  • Aparallactus - Centipede eaters
  • Aplopeltura - Blunthead slug snakes
  • Apostolepis - Burrowing snakes
  • Arizona - Glossy snakes
  • Arrhyton - Island racers
  • Aspidura - Rough-sided snakes
  • Atractus - Ground snakes
  • Atretium - Keelbacks
  • Blythia - Reticulate snakes
  • Bogertophis - Rat snakes (See also Elaphe)
  • Boiga - Mangrove snakes
  • Bothrolycus - Gunther's black snakes
  • Bothrophthalmus - Red-black striped snakes
  • Brachyophis - Revoil's short snakes
  • Brachyorrhus - White racers
  • Calamaria - Dwarf snakes
  • Calamodontophis - Tropical forest snakes (See also Umbrivaga)
  • Calamorhabdium - Iridescent snakes
  • Cantoria - Water snakes
  • Carphophis - Worm snakes
  • Cemophora - Scarlet snakes
  • Cerberus - Dog-faced water snakes
  • Cercaspis - Wolf snakes (See also Lycodon)
  • Cercophis - Golden snakes
  • Chamaelycus - Banded snakes
  • Chersodromus - Earth runners
  • Chilomeniscus - Sand snakes
  • Chilorhinophis - Two-headed snakes
  • Chionactis - Shovelnose snakes
  • Chironius - Sipos
  • Chrysopelea - Flying tree snakes
  • Clelia - Mussuranas
  • Clonophis - Kirtland's snakes
  • Collorhabdium - Reed snakes
  • Coluber - Common racers (See also Alsophis)
  • Compsophis - Madagascar bighead snakes
  • Coniophanes - Black-striped snakes
  • Conophis - Road guarders
  • Contia - Sharptail snakes
  • Coronella - Smooth snakes
  • Crisantophis - Dunn's road guarders
  • Crotaphopeltis - Tropical water snakes
  • Cryophis - Forest snakes (See also Taeniophallus)
  • Cryptolycus - Dwarf wolf snakes
  • Cryptophidion - Secret snakes
  • Cyclagigas - Water cobras
  • Cyclocorus - Lined snakes
  • Cyclophiops - Green snakes
  • Darlingtonia - Ground snakes
  • Dasypeltis - Egg-eating snakes
  • Dendrelaphis - Bronzebacks
  • Dendrolycus - Rainforest snakes
  • Dendrophidion - Forest racers (See also Dryadophis)
  • Diadophis - Ringneck snakes
  • Diaphorolepis - Frog-eating snakes
  • Dinodon - Big-tooth snakes
  • Dipsadoboa - Tree snakes
  • Dipsas - Snail-eaters
  • Dispholidus - Boomslangs
  • Ditaxodon - Hensel's snakes
  • Ditypophis - Gunther's racers
  • Drepanoides - Black-collared snakes
  • Dromicodryas - Striped snakes
  • Dromicus - Island snakes
  • Dromophis - Olympic snakes
  • Dryadophis - Forest racers (See also Dendrophidion)
  • Drymarchon - Indigo snakes
  • Drymobius - Speckled racers
  • Drymoluber - Woodland racers
  • Dryocalamus - Bridal snakes
  • Dryophiops - Whip snakes
  • Duberria - Slug-eaters
  • Echananthera - Brazilian tropical snakes
  • Eirenis - Dwarf racers (See also Pseudocyclophis)
  • Elachistodon - Indian egg-eating snakes
  • Elaphe - Rat snakes (See also Bogertophis)
  • Elaphoides - Brown mountain racers
  • Elapomorphus - Diadem snakes
  • Elapotinus - Jan's snakes
  • Emmochliophis - Pinchinda snakes
  • Enhydris - Rainbow water snakes
  • Enuliophis - Colombia longtail snakes
  • Enulius - Mexican longtail snakes
  • Eridiphas - Baja California night snakes
  • Erpeton - Tentacled snakes
  • Erythrolamprus - False coral snakes
  • Etheridgeum - Sumatra etheridge snakes
  • Exelencophis - Maria Madre snakes
  • Farancia - Mud snakes
  • Ficimia - Hooknose snakes
  • Fimbrios - Bearded snakes
  • Fordonia - Whitebelly mangrove snakes
  • Gastropyxis - Emerald snakes
  • Geargas - Tehmantepec striped snakes
  • Geodipsas - African forest snakes
  • Geophis - Latin American earth snakes
  • Gerarda - Gerard's water snakes
  • Gomesophis - Brazilian burrowing snakes
  • Gonglysoma - Smooth snakes
  • Gonionotophis - African ground snakes
  • Gonyophis - Rainbow tree snakes
  • Gonyosoma - Redtail rat snakes
  • Grayia - African water snakes
  • Gyalopion - Desert hooknose snakes
  • Haplocercus - Ceylon keelbacks
  • Hapsidophrys - Black-lined green snakes
  • Helicops - Mountain keelbacks
  • Helophis - Sun snakes
  • Hemithagerrhis - Bark snakes
  • Heterodon - Hognose snakes
  • Heteroliodon - Madagascar snakes
  • Heurnia - Mamberamo river snakes
  • Hologerrhum - Philippine stripe-lipped snakes
  • Homalopsis - Masked water snakes
  • Homoroselaps - Harlequin snakes
  • Hormonotus - Uganda house snakes
  • Hydrablabes - Small-eyed snakes
  • Hydraethiops - Black-belly snakes
  • Hydrodynastes - False water snakes
  • Hydromorphus - Tropical water snakes
  • Hydrops - Amazon water snakes
  • Hypoptophis - African bighead snakes
  • Hypsiglena - Night snakes
  • Hypsirhynchus - Hispaniola cat-eyed snakes
  • Ialtris - Fanged snakes
  • Iguanognathus - Spatula-tooth snakes
  • Imantodes - Central American tree snakes
  • Incaspis - Donoso-barros' snakes
  • Internatus - Slug snakes
  • Ithycyphus - Forest night snakes
  • Kleimetopon - Booliati snakes
  • Lampropeltis - Kingsnakes & Milk snakes
  • Lamprophis - House snakes
  • Langaha - Leafnose snakes (See also Lytorhynchus, Phyllorhynchus)
  • Leioheterodon - Madagascar brown snakes
  • Leptodeira - Cat-eyed snakes
  • Leptodrymus - Striped lowland snakes
  • Leptophis - Parrot snakes
  • Lepturophis - Slender wolf snakes
  • Limnophis - Striped swamp snakes
  • Lioheterophis - Ihering's snakes
  • Liopeltis - Reed snakes
  • Liophidium - Bright snakes
  • Liophis - Amazon ground snakes
  • Liopholidophis - Madagascar water snakes
  • Lycodon - Wolf snakes (See also Cercaspis)
  • Lycodonomorphus - African water snakes
  • Lycodryas - Banded tree snakes
  • Lycognathophis - Seychelles wolf snakes
  • Lycophidion - African wolf snakes
  • Lygophis - Tropical snakes
  • Lystrophis - South American hognose snakes
  • Lytorhynchus - Leafnose snakes (See also Langaha, Phyllorhynchus)
  • Macrelaps - Natal black snakes
  • Macrocalamus - Mountain reed snakes
  • Macropisthodon - Varied keelbacks
  • Macroprotodon - False smooth snakes
  • Madagascarophis - Madagascar common snakes
  • Malpolon - Montpellier snakes
  • Manolepis - Ridgehead snakes
  • Masticophis - Whipsnakes
  • Mastigodryas - Tropical racers
  • Mehelya - File snakes
  • Meizodon - Crowned snakes
  • Micrelaps - Two-headed snakes
  • Micropisthodon - Flathead snakes
  • Mimophis - Big-eyed snakes
  • Myron - Richardson's mangrove snakes
  • Natriciteres - Marsh snakes
  • Natrix - Grass snakes
  • Nerodia - Water snakes
  • Ninia - Common coffee snakes
  • Nothopsis - Rough coffee snakes
  • Oligodon - Kukri snakes
  • Opheodrys - Green snakes
  • Ophisthoplus - Rio Grande snakes
  • Opisthoropis - Mountain keelbacks
  • Oreocalamus - Kalimantan burrowing snakes
  • Oxybelis - Vine snakes
  • Oxyrhabdium - Shrub snakes
  • Oxyrhopus - False coral snakes
  • Parapostolepis - Shingled water snakes
  • Pararhabdophis - Vietnam water snakes
  • Pararhadinea - Madagascar burrowing snakes
  • Pareas - Asian slug snakes
  • Philodryas - Green racers
  • Philothamnus - African green snakes
  • Phimophis - Pampas snakes
  • Phyllorhynchus - Leafnose snakes (See also Langaha, Lytorhynchus)
  • Pituophis - Gopher snakes, Bullsnakes
  • Plagiopholis - Chinese mountain snakes
  • Platyinion - Blue racers
  • Pliocercus - Common false coral snakes
  • Poecilopholis - Cameroon racers
  • Polemon - Snake-eaters
  • Prosymna - Shovelsnout snakes
  • Psammodynastes - Mock vipers
  • Psammophis - Sand racers
  • Psammophylax - Skaapstekers
  • Pseudablabes - Burrowing night snakes
  • Pseudapsis - Mole snakes
  • Pseudoboa - False boas
  • Pseudoboodon - Banded snakes
  • Pseudocyclophis - Dwarf racers (See also Eirenis)
  • Pseudoeryx - Pond snakes
  • Pseudoficimia - False ficimia
  • Pseudoleptodeira - False cat-eyed snakes
  • Pseudorabdion - Dwarf reed snakes
  • Pseudotomodon - False tomodon snakes
  • Pseudoxenodon - Bamboo snakes
  • Pseudoxyrhopus - Brook snakes
  • Pseustes - Puffing snakes
  • Psomophis - Spirit ground snakes
  • Ptyas - Indian rat snakes
  • Ptychophis - Fanged water snakes
  • Pythonodipsas - Western keeled snakes
  • Regina - Crayfish snakes
  • Rhabdophidium - Pointed snakes
  • Rhabdophis - Asian keelbacks
  • Rhabdops - Trapezoid snakes
  • Rhachidelus - Brazilian bird snakes
  • Rhadinaea - Graceful brown snakes
  • Rhadinophanes - Graceful mountain snakes
  • Rhamphiophis - Beaked snakes
  • Rhinobothryum - Banded snakes
  • Rhinocalamus - Tanganyika snakes
  • Rhinocheilus - Longnose snakes
  • Rhynchocalamus - Kukri snakes
  • Rhychophis - Rhinoceros snakes
  • Salvadora - Patchnose snakes
  • Saphenophis - Saphenophis snakes
  • Scaphiodontophis - Neckband snakes
  • Scaphiophis - Gray beaked snakes
  • Scolecophis - Black-banded snakes
  • Seminatrix - Swamp snakes
  • Senticolis - Green rat snakes
  • Sibon - Snail suckers
  • Sibynomorphus - South American tree snakes
  • Sibynophis - Many-tooth snakes
  • Simophis - Snouted snakes
  • Sinonatrix - Asiatic water snakes
  • Siphlophis - Spotted night snakes
  • Sonora - Desert ground snakes
  • Sordellina - Dotted brown snakes
  • Spalerosophis - Diadem snakes
  • Spilotes - Tropical rat snakes
  • Stegnotus - Frog-eating snakes
  • Stenorrhina - Blood snakes
  • Stilosoma - Short-tail snakes
  • Stoliczkaia - Red snakes
  • Storeria - Common brown snakes
  • Symphimus - White-lipped snakes
  • Synophis - Fishing snakes
  • Tachymenis - Slender snakes
  • Taeniophallus - Forest snakes (See also Cryophis)
  • Tantalophis - Oaxacan cat-eyed snakes
  • Tantilla - Centipede snakes
  • Tantillita - Dwarf short-tail snakes
  • Telescopus - Tiger snakes
  • Tetralepis - Java snakes
  • Thamnodynastes - Coastal housesnakes
  • Thamnophis - Garter snakes
  • Thelotornis - Bird snakes
  • Thermophis - Bailey's snakes
  • Thrasops - Black tree snakes
  • Toluca - Tolucan ground snakes
  • Tomodon - Pampas snakes
  • Trachischium - Worm-eating snakes
  • Tretanorhinus - Striped swamp snakes
  • Trimetopon - Tropical ground snakes
  • Trimorphodon - Lyre snakes
  • Tripanurgos - Tropical flat snakes
  • Tropidoclonion - Lined snakes
  • Tropidodryas - Serra snakes
  • Tropidonophis - Eastern keelbacks
  • Umbrivaga - Tropical forest snakes (See also Calamodontophis)
  • Uromacer - Pointed snakes
  • Uromacerina - Sao Paulo sharp snakes
  • Urotheca - Twin coral snakes
  • Virginia - Earth snakes
  • Waglerophis - Wagler's snakes
  • Xenelaphis - Malaysian brown snakes
  • Xenocalamus - Quill-snouted snakes
  • Xenochrophis - Painted keelbacks
  • Xenodermus - Xenodermine snakes
  • Xenodon - False fer-de-lances
  • Xenopholis - Scaled ground snakes
  • Xylophis - Mountain snakes
  • Zaocys - Keeled rat snakes

References

Primary References at the level of this taxa
B87 Norman Frank and Erica Ramus
A Complete Guide to Scientific and Common Names of Reptiles and Amphibians of the World
B79 Lynn Margulis and Karlene V Schwartz
Five Kingdoms - An Illustrated Guide to the Phyla of Life on Earth, 3rd Edition
B73 Eleanor Lawrence
Henderson's Dictionary of Biological Terms, 11th Edition

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