Species of Thailand
Chanard's mud snake
Binomial name: Enhydris chanardi (John C. Murphy & Harold K. Voris, 2005)
The Sind River snake (Enhydris chanardi ) is a species of mildly venomous, rear-fanged, colubrid snake. It is endemic to Thailand (near or around Bangkok).
The specific name, chanardi, is in honor of Thai herpetologist (Mr.) Khun Tanya Chan-ard.
Enhydris chanardi is crepuscular or nocturnal. It preys on fish and frogs. Little else is known about this recently described species.
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- Enhydris chanardi
- English: Chanard's mud snake, Sind river snake
- Enhydris chanardi, John C. Murphy & Merel J. Cox & Harold K. Voris (2014)
- Enhydris chanardi, Van Stanley Bartholomew Wallach et al. (2014)
- Enhydris chanardi, John C. Murphy & Merel J. Cox & Harold K. Voris (2005)
- Enhydris jagorii, Merel J. Cox et al. (1998)
- Enhydris jagorii, Doris Mable Cochran (1930)
- Hypsirhina jagorii, Albert Charles Lewis Günther (1864)
Chanard's mud snake is found in following locations in Thailand
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- Bangkok Province
Data Deficient (IUCN3.1)
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Range map of Enhydris chanardi in Thailand
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