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Venomous snakes of Thailand

Family Elapidae
Subfamily Bungarinae
o Bungarus (Kraits)
Bungarus candidus (Malayan Krait or Blue Krait)
Bungarus fasciatus (Banded Krait)
Bungarus flaviceps (Red-headed Krait)
□ Bungarus flaviceps flaviceps (Red-headed Krait)

o Naja, Ophiophagus (Cobras)
Naja kaouthia (Monocled Cobra)
Naja siamensis (Indochinese Spitting Cobra)
Naja sumatrana (Sumatran Cobra, Equatorial Spitting Cobra)
o Ophiophagus hannah (King Cobra)
Subfamily Elapinae
o Calliophis (Coral Snakes)
■ Calliophis bivirgatus
Calliophis bivirgatus flaviceps (Blue Coral Snake)

■ Calliophis gracilis
■ Calliophis intestinalis
□ Calliophis intestinalis lineatus

Calliophis maculiceps (Small-spottede Coral Snake)

o Sinomicrurus
■ Sinomicrurus macclellani
□ Sinomicrurus macclellani macclellandi

Subfamily Laticaudinae (Sea kraits)
o Laticauda colubrina (Yellow-lipped Sea Krait)
o Laticauda laticaudata (Black-banded Sea Krait)

Hydrophiidae (Sea Snakes)
Subfamily Acalyptophis peronii
Subfamily Aipysurus eydouxii
Subfamily Astrotia stokesii
Subfamilye Enhydrina schistosa
Subfamily Hydrophis atriceps
Subfamily Lapemis

Subfamily Hydrophis
o Hydrophis atriceps
o Hydrophis belcheri
o Hydrophis bituberculatus
o Hydrophis brooki
o Hydrophis caerulescens
o Hydrophis cantoris
o Hydrophis cyanocinctus
o Hydrophis fasciatus
o Hydrophis gracilis
o Hydrophis klossi
o Hydrophis lamberti
o Hydrophis lapemoides
o Hydrophis melanosoma
o Hydrophis ornatus
o Hydrophis spiralis
o Hydrophis torquatus
■ Hydrophis torquatus aagaardi
■ Hydrophis torquatus diadema
□ Kerilia jerdoni
□ Kolophis annandalei
□ Pelamis platura
□ Thalassophina viperina
□ Thalassophis anomalus

Viperidae (Vipers)
Subfamily Viperinae
o Daboia (Chain Viper)
■ Daboia russelii (Russell´s Viper, Chain Viper)
Daboia russelii siamensis (Russell´s Viper, Chain Viper)

Subfamily Crotalinae (Pit Vipers)
o Calloselasma (Malayan Pit Viper)
Calloselasma rhodostoma (Malayan Pit Viper)
o Protobothrops
■ Protobothrops mucrosquamatus (Brown spotted Pitviper)
A further new Protobothrops species is just now described for Thailand. But it is quite certain that will be not the last Protobothrops species that will be found in Thailand.

o Trimeresurus, Trimeresurus Craspedocephalus, Parias, Popeia, Viridovipera - * David et al.(1) 2011 (ZOOTAXA 2992: 1 -51)
Trimeresurus (Trimeresurus) albolabris (Yellow-lipped Pit Viper)
Trimeresurus (Trimeresurus) cardamomensis (Cardamom Mountains Green Pitviper)
Trimeresurus (Trimeresurus) kanburiensis (Kanburi Pit Viper)
Trimeresurus (Trimeresurus) macrops
Trimeresurus (Trimeresurus) purpureomaculatus (Mangrove Pit Viper)
Trimeresurus (Trimeresurus) venustus (Brown-spotted Green Pit Viper)
Trimeresurus (Parias) hageni
■ Trimeresurus (Parias) sumatranus
Trimeresurus (Popeia) popeiorum popeiorum (Pope's Pit Viper)
Trimeresurus (Popeia) phuketensis (Phuket Pit Viper)
Trimeresurus (Popeia) fucatus (Siamese Peninsula Pit Viper)
Trimeresurus (Craspedocephalus) wiroti (Wirots palmviper)
■ Trimeresurus (Viridovipera) gumprechti
■ Trimeresurus (Viridovipera) vogeli
o Tropidolaemus
Tropidolaemus wagleri (Wagler's Pit Viper)
o Ovophis)
■ Ovophis monticola
□ Ovophis monticola convictus

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