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However, recent phylogenetic studies provided considerable refinement of this system, recovering several monophyletic groups to be recognized at the familial status, such as the Colubridae sensu stricto and the Dipsadidae (Vidal et al.
Aspects of the life history and ecology of the desert night snake Hypsiglena torquata deserticola: Colubridae, in southwestern Idaho.
Aspects of the life history and ecology of the desert night snake, Hypsiglena torquata deserticola: Colubridae, in southwestern Idaho.
Snakes of the family Colubridae typically eat meals that are 15-30% of their body mass (Fitch, 1965).
The following species accounts include specimens of at least four different genera assigned to the families Colubridae and Viperidae.