Species of Thailand
Keeled rat snake
Binomial name: Ptyas carinata (Albert Charles Lewis Günther, 1858)
Commonly known as the Keeled Rat Snake, Ptyas carinata is a species of colubrid snake. It is found in Indonesia, Myanmar, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Cambodia, Vietnam and Singapore.
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- Ptyas carinata
- German: Gekielte Rattenschlange
- English: Keeled rat snake
- Thai: งูสิงหางดำ
- Ptyas carinata, Van Stanley Bartholomew Wallach et al. (2014)
- Ptyas carinata, Patrick David & Indraneil Das (2004)
- Zaocys carinatus, Larry Lee Grismer et al. (2002)
- Zaocys carinatus, Rooijen & Rooijen (2002)
- Ptyas carinatus, Rudolf Malkmus et al. (2002)
- Ptyas carinatus, Merel J. Cox et al. (1998)
- Zaocys carinatus, Ulrich Manthey & Wolfgang Grossmann (1997)
- Ptyas carinatus, Patrick David & Gernot Vogel (1996)
- Zaocys carinatus, Alice Georgie Cruickshank Grandison (1978)
- Zaocys carinatus, Malcolm Arthur Smith (1943)
- Ptyas carinatus, Frank Wall (1923)
- Zaocys carinatus, George Albert Boulenger (1893)
- Zaocys tenasserimensis, William Lutley Sclater (1891)
- Zaocys (Zapyrus) carinatus, Oskar Boettger (1887)
- Zaocys carinatus, Albert Charles Lewis Günther (1864)
- Coryphodon carinatus, Albert Charles Lewis Günther (1858)
- Ptyas carinatus, Albert Charles Lewis Günther (1858)
- Zaocys carinatus, Albert Charles Lewis Günther (1858)
Keeled rat snake is found in following locations in Thailand
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Least Concern (IUCN3.1)
Range map of Ptyas carinata in Thailand
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