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Imantodes is a genus of colubrid snakes commonly referred to as blunt-headed vine snakes or blunt-headed tree snakes. The genus consists of seven species that are native to Mexico, Central America, and the northern part of South America.

Species


Imantodes

There are currently seven recognized species:

  • Imantodes cenchoa (Linnaeus, 1758) â€" Blunt-headed treesnake, blunthead treesnake, fiddle-string snake, culebra-cordelilla chata
  • Imantodes chocoensis Torres-Carvajal et al., 2012 â€" Chocoan blunt-headed vine snake
  • Imantodes gemmistratus (Cope, 1861) â€" Culebra-cordelilla centroamericana
  • Imantodes inornatus (Boulenger, 1896) - Plain tree snake, speckled blunt-headed tree snake, western tree snake, yellow blunt-headed tree snake, Bejuquillo.
  • Imantodes lentiferus (Cope, 1894)
  • Imantodes phantasma Myers, 1982 - Blunt-headed vine snake, phantasma tree snake
  • Imantodes tenuissimus Cope, 1867 â€" Culebra-cordelilla yucateca

References


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  • Duméril, (1853) Prodrome de la classification des reptiles ophidiens. Mémoires de l'Académie des sciences, Paris, vol. 23, pp. 399-536.

External links



  • Media related to Imantodes at Wikimedia Commons
  • Data related to Imantodes at Wikispecies

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