worm snake


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worm snake

typhlopid.
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From his papers, we know that Blatchley took the worm snake and the prairie kingsnake there, and two of his Sand Hill specimens of Kirtland's snake are at Harvard.
Elsewhere in Kenya, these kind of microhabitats also harbor other subterranean herpetofauna such as caecilian amphibians (see Malonza and Measey 2005, Malonza 2008) and reptiles such as blind snakes, worm snakes, burrowing skinks and worm lizards (Spawls et al.
Resembling an earthworm, the eastern worm snake has a cylindrical body covered with smooth glossy scales.