AMPHIESMA STOLATUM. Buff Striped Keelback. 花浪蛇 (hua1lang4she2). Status: Not Protected. Non-venomous. VIDEOS. Amphiesma stolatum. The buff striped keelback (Amphiesma stolatum) is a species of nonvenomous colubrid snake found across Asia. It is a typically nonaggressive snake that feeds . Amphiesma stolatum (Linnaeus, ) – Striped Keelback. Taxonomic Notes: Photo Gallery; Early stages; Distribution; Identification; Status, Habitat and Habits .
|Published (Last):||18 August 2011|
|PDF File Size:||1.63 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||6.71 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
ROI website is produced by: Also see other supporters Also see the latest images.
Similar to those websites, it is designed to disseminate information on various aspects of the biology of Indian reptiles, wtolatum their observation to study their natural history and ecology, gather population and distributional data in a centralized database, and spread awareness about their conservation. This website includes photographic records, distributional data, and natural history information under various tabs of the species pages.
It encourages ‘citizen science’, where ordinary citizens participate in gathering scientific data and building this free resource on Indian reptiles. You can contribute reptile pictures or spot records, write species pagescontribute other articles, or just spread the word.
Amphiesma stolatum – Buff Striped Keelback
You can also actively interact with the Reptiles and Amphibians of India Facebook page to learn more. Reptiles of India, v.
Indian Foundation for Butterflies. Please join the community and contribute.
Indian reptiles are relatively poorly studied, with few dedicated and comprehensive resources on their taxonomy, biology and conservation. This website is an effort to provide comprehensive, internet-based, peer-reviewed and open resource devoted to Indian reptiles. Share on facebook Share by email.
India Biodiversity Portal
Biodiversity Atlas aamphiesma India is a species-based bioinformatics platform that is voluntarily supported by numerous organisations such as the National Centre for Biological SciencesIndian Foundation for ButterfliesDiversity Indiaand Titli Trust.
The platform is designed for aggregating, displaying and analysing biodiversity data from tropical developing countries and other biodiversity hotspots such as India.
It is a distributed platform of stand-alone, taxon-specific, natural history websites that give ownership and recognition to contributing naturalists. It is used extensively for research as well as educational and outreach activities by professional and citizen scientists.
The ‘BioAtlasIndia’ website family currently has the following members: National Centre for Biological Sciences NCBS holds copyright for all the original material and data compilations on the Reptiles of India and other Biodiversity Atlas – India websites, except that photographers hold copyright for images, as cited. Contact us stloatum obtain large data downloads and access to bulk information from these websites for collaborative basic science and conservation research projects, or other purposes.