snake

Any reptile of the suborder Ophidia, typically having a scaly cylindrical limbless body, fused eyelids, and a jaw modified for swallowing large prey: includes venomous forms such as cobras and rattlesnakes, large nonvenomous constrictors, and small harmless types such as the grass snake. (Source: CED)



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Weise FJ, Van Vuuren RJ, Echemet KE, Cleverley MP, Van Vuuren M 2013. Successful snakebite treatment in three juvenile African wild dogs (Lycaon pictus) with polyvalent antivenom: A Namibian case report. Journal of the South African Veterinary Association 84 (1)
Demasius E 2014. Greater Kestrel prey to African Rock Python in Etosha. Lanioturdus 47 (3) 26-27
Fitzsimons V 1962. A new worm-snake (Leptotyphlops) from South West-Africa. Annals of the Transvaal Museum 24 239-240
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Bauer AM, Branch WR, Haacke WD 1993. The herpetofauna of the Kamanjab area and adjacent Damaraland, Namibia. Madoqua 18 (2) 117-145
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Bates M, Broadley D, Barlow A, Wuster W, Tolley K 2012. Taxonomy and distribution of the African egg-eating snakes of the genus Dasypeltis. 58 27-28
Barlow A, Baker K, Hendry C, Peppin L, Phelps T, Tolley K, Wuster W 2012. Retracing Pleistocene refugial isolation in southern Africa: a case study of the widespread African puff adder (Bitis arietans). 27
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McLachlan GR 1987. A first record for Prosymna visseri in southern Africa. Madoqua 15 (1) 89-90
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Barker D, Barker T 1995. The maintenance and reproduction of the Dwarf Python of Angola and Namibia. The Vivarium 7 (1) 30-34
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Dwarf Python of Angola and Namibia.pdf 2.62 MB
Linder HP, de Klerk HM, Born J, Burgess ND, Fjeldsa J, Rahbek C 2012. The partitioning of Africa: statistically defined biogeographical regions in sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of Biogeography 39 (7) 1189-1205
Cunningham P 2013. Psammophis namibensis (Broadley, 1975) Predation. 24-25
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van Vuuren PAJ 1984. Do Fish Eagles eat reptiles?. African Wildlife 38 (1) 30
2002. Snake endemism.
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2002. Snake diversity.
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Berger-Dell'Mour HAE 1987. Some new data on the Herpetology of South West Africa. The Journal of the Herpetological Association of Africa 33 (1) 5-8
Hoffman L 1987. Notes on snakes from Gobabeb, Namib-Naukluft Park. The Journal of the Herpetological Association of Africa 33 (1) 39
Hauptfleisch M, Theart F 2018. A spatial and temporal assessment of human-snake conflicts in Windhoek, Namibia. Namibian Journal of Environment (2) 128-133
Griffin M, Panagis C, Berriman N 1989. The eastern national water carrier: A preliminary assessment of its impact on the herpetofauna. The Journal of the Herpetological Association of Africa (36) 36-37
Haacke WD 1995. Viperidae: Bitis caudalis: Horned Adder - Size  . 45
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