Butler's wolf snake
In Thai: งูปล้องฉนวนทุ่งสง (ngu plong chanuan thung song)
Binomial name: Lycodon butleri, George Albert Boulenger , 1900
Lycodon butleri, also known as Butler's wolf snake, is a species of colubrid snake found in southern Thailand and peninsular Malaysia.
Lycodon butleri is named after L. Butler, the curator of the Selangor State museum.
Lycodon butleri is oviparous, or egg-laying.
Lycodon butleri is a member of the genus Lycodon, a genus of snakes commonly known as wolf snakes. The genus belongs to the snake family Colubridae, the largest snake family, with member species being found on every continent except Antarctica.
Habitat & ecology
L. butleri is a terrestrial species, found in Montane forests at elevations between 1100 and 1500 meters above sea-level.
L. butleri has been recorded from the province of Krabi in southern Thailand, as well as from peninsular Malaysia.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature considers Lycodon butleri to be a species of least concern, based on a 2011 survey. The species faces no major threats, and no population trends are known. No species-specific conservation policies exist for this snake, but its range includes several protected areas.
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- Lycodon butleri
- German: Butlers Wolfszahnnatter
- English: Butler's wolf snake
- Thai: งูปล้องฉนวนทุ่งสง (ngu plong chanuan thung song)
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Least Concern (IUCN3.1)