ⓘ Elaphe anomala

                                     

ⓘ Elaphe anomala

Elaphe anomala commonly known as the Korean rat snake is a non-venomous species of colubrid snake known from China and Korea. Its common names include Amur ratsnake, southern Amur ratsnake, and faded Russian ratsnake. It is a semi-arboreal snake that can be found in grasslands, dry scrub, rocky areas, and on the banks of rivers and lakes. It grows to 150–180 cm.

                                     
  • Schrenck s rat snake, and Siberian rat snake. Elaphe schrenckii is very similar to the Korean rat snake, Elaphe anomala which was once thought to be a subspecies
  • Kentucky. Elaphe anomala Boulenger, 1916 Elaphe bimaculata Schmidt, 1925 Elaphe cantoris Boulenger, 1894 Elaphe carinata Gunther, 1864 Elaphe climacophora
  • Elaphe anomala Twin - spotted ratsnake Elaphe bimaculata King ratsnake Elaphe carinata David s ratsnake Elaphe davidi Amur rat snake Elaphe schrenckii
  • thospitis Elaphe Elaphe anomala Elaphe bimaculata Elaphe cantoris Elaphe carinata Elaphe climacophora Elaphe davidi Elaphe dione Elaphe hodgsoni Elaphe moellendorffi
  • snake or Dione rat snake 누룩뱀, 시루레기, 밀뱀 Common throughout. Elaphe schrenckii, Elaphe anomala Strauch Amur rat snake, Korean rat snake, Russian rat snake
  • Egretta thula Egretta tricolor or unidentified comparable form Elaphe Elaphe guttata Elaphe obsoleta Eleutherodactylus or unidentified comparable form