Thai National Parks

Reptiles of Thailand

Species of Thailand

Brown wolf snake

Binomial name: Lycodon effraenis (Theodore Edward Cantor, 1847)

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Scientific classification

Kingdom
Animalia
Phylum
Chordata
Subphylum
Vertebrata
Class
Reptilia
Order
Squamata
Family
Colubridae
Genus
Lycodon
Species
Lycodon effraenis

Common names

  • German: Braune Wolfszahnnatter
  • English: Brown wolf snake, Scarce wolf snake

Synonyms

  • Lycodon effraenis, Van Stanley Bartholomew Wallach et al. (2014)
  • Lycodon effraenis, David J. Gower et al. (2012)
  • Lycodon effraenis, Benedetto Lanza (1999)
  • Lycodon effraenis, Merel J. Cox et al. (1998)
  • Lycodon effraenis, Ulrich Manthey & Wolfgang Grossmann (1997)
  • Lycodon effraensis (sic), Wolfgang Grossmann (1989)
  • Lycodon effraenis, Michael Wilmer Forbes Tweedie (1954)
  • Lycodon effrenis, George Albert Boulenger (1893)
  • Lycodon effrenis, George Albert Boulenger (1892)
  • Lycodon effrenis, George Albert Boulenger (1890)
  • Tetragonosoma effrene, Ferdinand Stoliczka (1870)
  • Tetragonosoma effrene, Albert Charles Lewis Günther (1858)
  • Lycodon effrænis, Theodore Edward Cantor (1847)
  • Tetragonosoma effrene, Theodore Edward Cantor (1847)

Brown wolf snake is found in following locations in Thailand

Please note that this non-official list is not complete nor necessarily accurate. This list is a summary of checklists from other websites, blogs, publications, photo/videos published on various websites or our own findings. We appreciate your contributions with photo proof.

  • Narathiwat Province
  • Yala Province

Conservation status

Least Concern (IUCN3.1)

Least Concern (IUCN3.1)

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Distribution map of Brown wolf snake, Lycodon effraenis in Thailand
  • Narathiwat
  • Yala

Range map of Lycodon effraenis in Thailand

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