Anilius

Anilius

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Anilius scytale

The Aniliidae are a monotypic family created for the monotypic genus Anilius that contains the single species A. scytale. Common names include American pipe snake and false coral snake. It is found in South America. This snake possesses a vestigial pelvic girdle that is visible as a pair of cloacal spurs. It is ovoviviparous. It is non-venomous, and its diet consists mainly of amphibians and other reptiles. Currently, two subspecies are recognized, including the typical form described here.

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References

1. Anilius Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anilius
2. Anilius on The IUCN Red List site - https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/167047/15204086

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