The Colubridae (from Latin coluber, snake) are a family of snakes. With 304
genera and 1,938 species, they are the largest snake family, and include about ...
The Colubridae family is by far the largest family of snakes, with more than 2000
species. These snakes are commonly referred to as colubrids or colubrid ...
Colubrid, any member of the most common family of snakes, Colubridae,
characterized by the complete absence of hind limbs, the absence or
The family Colubridae is the largest snake family, containing approximately 70
percent of all snake species (Pough et al. 1998). This wide range of diversity ...
Offspring: Laotian Wolf Snake classification. Kingdom: Animalia Phylum:
Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Suborder: Serpentes Family:
Noun, 1. family Colubridae - nonvenomous snakes; about two-thirds of all living
species. Colubridae · reptile family - a family of reptiles. Ophidia, Serpentes ...
Colubridae. This is by far the largest and most common family of snakes, with
close to 2000 species found on all the continents except Antarctica. They are ...
2. Pl. 8.1. Boiga irregularis (Colubridae): mainly arborealin diverse habitats, from
... The family Colubridae is distinguished from other snakes primarily by the.
Colubridae (Snakes) - The family Colubridae is a broad family of snakes that
includes about two thirds of all snake species on earth. Colubrid species are
Noun, 1. Colubridae - nonvenomous snakes; about two-thirds of all living species
. family Colubridae · reptile family - a family of reptiles. Ophidia, Serpentes ...