Species of Thailand
Slender blind snake
Thai: งูดินดอยปุย, ngu din Doi Pui
Binomial name: Indotyphlops porrectus, Ferdinand Stoliczka, 1871
Typhlops porrectus is a harmless blind snake species found in Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and northern Myanmar. No subspecies are currently recognized.
Found in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and northern Myanmar. The type locality given is "Hurdwár, ... Calcutta, ... foot of the Parisnáth hill (in Western Bengal), ... base base of the Rangnu valley below Darjíling, ... and south of Agra"and eastern India.
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- Indotyphlops porrectus
- German: Stoliczkas Blindschlange
- Slender blind snake
- Slender worm snake
- Thai: งูดินดอยปุย, ngu din Doi Pui
- Typhlops porrectus, Tanya Chan-Ard et al. (2015)
- Indotyphlops porrectus, Stephen Blair Hedges et al. (2014)
- Typhlops porrectus, Roy W. McDiarmid, Jonathan A. Campbell & T'Shaka A. Touré (1999)
- Typhlops ductuliformes, Khan (1999)
- Typhlops porrectus, Donald E. Hahn (1980)
- Typhlops porrecta, Constable (1949)
- Typhlops porrectus, Malcolm Arthur Smith (1943)
- Typhlops venningi, Frank Wall (1913)
- Typhlops mackinnoni, Frank Wall (1910)
- Typhlops porrectus, George Albert Boulenger (1893)
- Typhlops porrectus, Ferdinand Stoliczka (1871)
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- Bangkok Province
- Doi Suthep-Pui National Park
- Pathum Thani Province
Range map of Indotyphlops porrectus in Thailand
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