Record of Beaked Worm Snake (Grypotyphlopsacutus) at Ariyalur District, Tamilnadu State, India

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  • Selvaraj Selvamurugan Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding, Coimbatore, Tamilandu, India

Keywords:

Snake, reptile

Abstract

The Scolecophidia indicate an early divergence in the snake lineages that exist today. Due to their burrowing behavior, small size, and absence of risk to humans, they are of little human interest as a group. The beaked worm snake, sometimes known as a beaked blind snake, is the largest blind snake in south Asia. Grypotyphlopsacutus, also known as the beaked worm snake, is a harmless blind snake species endemic to peninsular India. Report of beaked worm-snake Gryptotyphlopsacutus from vetriyur village, ariyalur district, tamilnadu state India. In this report discussed about the species and their distributions.

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Published

26-06-2022

How to Cite

Selvamurugan, S. (2022). Record of Beaked Worm Snake (Grypotyphlopsacutus) at Ariyalur District, Tamilnadu State, India. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemical Engineering, 2(2), 16–20. Retrieved from https://fpub.org/journal/jafce/article/view/23

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