Blunt Headed Tree Snake (imantodes cenchoa)
Blunt Headed Tree Snake (imantodes cenchoa)

Blunt Headed Tree Snake (imantodes cenchoa)

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Blunt Headed Tree Snake (imantodes cenchoa)

Field collected in Suriname

Species Information: Dipsadidae (subfamily of colubroid); rear-fanged

Habitat: Tropical rainforests and low lined, wet forests; arboreal.

Size: It is a slender snake with a big head and eyes, approximate size males 30 inches (80cm) and females up to 60 inches (150cm); females have bigger heads, while males have longer tails.

Food: Lizards, frogs, and their eggs; nocturnal and feeds at night.

Disposition: Docile; when handled does not try to strike or bite. Not known to cause injury to humans; venomous to prey items.

 

Resources:

1.      https://sta.uwi.edu/fst/lifesciences/sites/default/files/lifesciences/documents/ogatt/Imantodes_cenchoa%20-%20Blunthead%20Tree%20Snake.pdf

2.      https://animaldiversity.org/accounts/Imantodes_cenchoa/

3.      http://reptile-database.reptarium.cz/species?genus=Imantodes&species=cenchoa

4.      http://www.reptilesmagazine.com/Breeding-Snakes/Blunt-Headed-Tree-Snake-Breeding/

 


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