Classification
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  • Portuguese
    • Cobra-lisa-austríaca
    • Cobra-lisa-europeia
  • Scientific Names
    • Coronella austriaca
    • Coluber alpinus
    • Coluber austriacus
    • Coluber caucasicus
    • Coluber caucasius
    • Coluber coronella
    • Coluber cupreus
    • Coluber dumfrisiensis
    • Coluber ferrugineus
    • Coluber gallicus
    • Coluber laevis
    • Coluber levis
    • Coluber nebulosus
    • Coluber oculus cati
    • Coluber paedera
    • Coluber ponticus
    • Coluber tetragonus
    • Coluber thuringicus
    • Coluber versicolor
    • Coronella austriaca concolor
    • Coronella austriaca fasciata
    • Coronella austriaca fitzingeri
    • Coronella austriaca immaculata
    • Coronella austriaca lateralis
    • Coronella austriaca marginata
    • Coronella austriaca pallida
    • Coronella austriaca quadrilineata
    • Coronella austriaca quadritaeniata
    • Coronella austriaca scalaris
    • Coronella austriaca sparsa
    • Coronella austriaca taeniata
    • Coronella austriaca veithi
    • Coronella laevis
    • Coronella laevis leopardina
    • Coronella laevis seu
    • Coronella vernalis
    • Natrix coronella
    • Natrix dumfrisiensis
    • Oligodon semicinctus
    • Simotes semicinctus
    • Tropidonotus austriacus
    • Tropidonotus thuringiacus
    • Zacholus austriacus
    • Zacholus laevis
  • English
    • Smooth Snake
  • Dutch
    • Gladde Slang
  • German
    • Schlingnatter
    • Glattnatter
  • Catalan
    • Serp llisa septentrional

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Recent observations

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Smooth Snake Coronella austriaca

Observer

mattiamenchetti

Date

August 12, 2014 04:10 PM CEST

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Schlingnatter Coronella austriaca

Observer

jakob

Date

July 22, 2014

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(Somewhere...)

Description

Very large specimen

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Schlingnatter Coronella austriaca

Observer

jakob

Date

June 24, 2010

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Schlingnatter Coronella austriaca

Observer

jakob

Date

June 18, 2010

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Square

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Smooth Snake Coronella austriaca

Observer

john11

Date

July 6, 1998

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Square

Observer

sindic

Date

June 9, 2005

Description

"Mapped in: Arakelyan M., Danielyan F., Corti C., Sindaco R., Leviton A.E., 2011. Herpetofauna of Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh. - Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, 154 pp."

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Square

Observer

sindic

Date

June 5, 2007

Description

Mapped in: Arakelyan M., Danielyan F., Corti C., Sindaco R., Leviton A.E., 2011. Herpetofauna of Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh. - Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, 154 pp.

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Square

Observer

sindic

Date

June 14, 2006

Description

Mapped in Arakelyan M., Danielyan F., Corti C., Sindaco R., Leviton A.E., 2011. Herpetofauna of Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh. - Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, 154 pp.

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sindic

Date

June 14, 2006

Description

Mapped in Arakelyan M., Danielyan F., Corti C., Sindaco R., Leviton A.E., 2011. Herpetofauna of Armenia and Nagorno-Karabakh. - Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, 154 pp.

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Serp llisa septentrional Coronella austriaca ssp. austriaca

Observer

xbejard

Date

July 15, 2011

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(Somewhere...)

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Smooth Snake Coronella austriaca

Observer

xbejard

Date

June 13, 2013

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(Somewhere...)

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No photos or sounds

Observer

reptilemen

Date

July 12, 2005
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Description from Wikipedia

Coronella austriaca (commonly known as a smooth snake) is a non-venomous colubrid species found in northern and central Europe, but also as far east as northern Iran. The European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) currently recognizes three subspecies, including the typical form described here.

No range data available.