two-keeled whipsnake, wildlife
Snout acuminate, projecting, without dermal appendage, rather more than twice as long as the eye. Internasals usually in contact with the labials; one to four small loreals between the prefrontal and the labials ; frontal as long as its distance from the end of the snout or a little longer, a little longer than the parietals; one preocular, in contact with the frontal; two postoculars; temporals 2+2 or 3+3, rarely 1+2; upper labials 9, fourth, fifth, and sixth entering the eye; 4 lower labials in contact with the anterior chin-shields, which are shorter than the posterior. Scales in 15 rows, usually faintly keeled on sacral region. Ventrals 203-234; anal divided; subcaudals 167-203, Bright green, pale olive, or grey-brown, with a yellow line along each side of the lower parts; interstitial skin of the neck black and white. Feeds on small reptiles.
|Keywords||Aftersleep, Brazil, Longest Journey, Outdoor, Reptile, Sao Paulo, South America, Subject, Wildlife|
|State||Sao Paulo State||City||Sao Paulo|
|Model||Canon PowerShot G9||Rating||3|
|Lens||7.4-44.4 mm||Flash||On, Red-eye reduction|
|Altitude||745.0697051 m||File Size||6.4 MB|