Indotyphlus maharashtraensis

Indotyphlus maharashtraensis

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Indotyphlus maharashtraensis

Indotyphlus maharashtraensis is a species of caecilians described in 2004 by scientists of Bombay Natural History Society and the Natural History Museum, London. It is only the second species of Indotyphlus known to science, and only known from its type locality near Humbarli village, Satara District, in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra, India. Common names Humbarli caecilian, Maharashtra caecilian, and Konkan tail-less caecilian have been coined for it.

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1. Indotyphlus maharashtraensis Wikipedia article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indotyphlus_maharashtraensis
2. Indotyphlus maharashtraensis on The IUCN Red List site - https://www.iucnredlist.org/species/61923/12573354

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