ID and locality info based off of my notes from 2004. I tried to update taxonomic changes.
Thanks to my father, Dr. Tod Reeder, for having me on this trip.
Dead threadsnake found in my boyfriends driveway.
Was found in a pile of rubble as children from the orphanage were doing some clean up. After a video was taken it was released where found. Positive ID made via internet search and confirmed by an AUB professor.
Found this guy dead on the road in Nairobi (Langata). There had been some rains and the sides of the road were saturated. Ideas?
"Yousefkhani S.S.H., Yousefi M., Khani A., Rastegar Pouyani E., 2014. Snake fauna of Shirahmad wildlife refuge and Parvand protected area, Khorasan Razavi province, Iran. - Herpetology Notes, 7: 75-82.
Date: Years 2009-2011"
"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."
The Typhlopidae are a family of blind snakes. They are found mostly in the tropical regions of Africa, Asia, the Americas, and all mainland Australia and various islands. The rostral scale overhangs the mouth to form a shovel-like burrowing structure. They live underground in burrows, and since they have no use for vision, their eyes are mostly vestigial. They have light-detecting black eye spots, and teeth occur in the upper jaw. The tail ends with a...