ⓘ Buff striped keelback

                                     

ⓘ Buff striped keelback

The buff striped keelback is a species of nonvenomous colubrid snake found across Asia. It is the sole species of genus Amphiesma. It is a typically nonaggressive snake that feeds on frogs and toads. It belongs to the subfamily Natricinae, and is closely related to water snakes and grass snakes. It resembles an Asian version of the American garter snake. It is quite a common snake but is rarely seen.

                                     
  • Banded Kukri Snake Striped Kukri Snake Buffed Striped Keelback Snake Green Keelback Snake Checkered Keelback Snake Olive Keelback Snake Trinket Snake
  • Jararacussu Keelback Andrea s keelback Asian keelback Assam keelback Black - striped keelback Buff striped keelback Burmese keelback Checkered keelback Common
  • Buff - striped keelback Amphiesma stolatum Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh, China, Indo - China Amphiesma khasiense Hill Keelback Amphiesma
  • Thermophis baileyi Buff striped keelback Amphiesma stolatum Grass snake Natrix natrix Dice snake Natrix tessellata Maki s keelback Hebius miyajimae
  • scales may be keeled weakly or strongly as in the case of the Buff - striped keelback Amphiesma stolatum. They may have bidentate tips as in some spp
  • Reptiles found are Common Rat Snake, Indian Cobra, Checkered Keelback Buff striped Keelback Rock python, Common Krait, Russel s Viper and Saw scaled Viper
  • Red - tailed pipe snake Cylindrophis ruffus Chequered keelback Fowlea piscator Buff - striped keelback Amphiesma stolatum Rat snake or dhaman Ptyas mucosus
  • Coluber stolatus Amphiesma stolatum, buff - striped keelback Coluber vittatus Xenochrophis vittatus, striped keelback Coluber miliaris Liophis miliaris
  • snake Ptyas mucosa oriental ratsnake Rhabdophis subminiatus red - necked keelback Bungarus fasciatus banded krait List of amphibians of Thailand List