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Definition of Dipsas

Dipsas
Dipsas Dip"sas, n. [L., fr. Gr. ?, fr. ? thirst.] 1. A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst. --Milton. 2. (Zo["o]l.) A genus of harmless colubrine snakes.

Meaning of Dipsas from wikipedia

- genus Dipsas are known as snail-eaters. The genus Dipsas includes over 30 distinct species. The following species are recognized as being valid. Dipsas albifrons...
- Z & da Costa, T.B.G.(2020). Dipsas albifrons. In: IUCN 2020. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2022.2. Dipsas albifrons at the Reptarium.cz...
- The fly genus Dipsa is a junior synonym of Lonchoptera. Dipsa is a tiny, mucus-like, extremely venomous snake from Medieval bestiaries. They were so venomous...
- Wikimedia Commons has media related to Dipsas brevifacies. Lee, J. & Calderón Mandujano, R. (2013). Dipsas brevifacies . In: IUCN 2020. IUCN Red List...
- werneri Dipsas Dipsas albifrons Dipsas alternans Dipsas andiana Dipsas articulata Dipsas baliomelas Dipsas bicolor Dipsas bobridgelyi Dipsas brevifacies...
- Ptyas dipsas, the Sulawesi black racer, is a species of snake of the family Colubridae. The snake is found in Indonesia. Gillespie, G. (2021). "Ptyas dipsas"...
- in the genus Dipsas, preys on arboreal land snails and slugs. D. catesbyi is oviparous. Kornacker P, Lehr E, Lundberg M (2010). Dipsas catesbyi. In:...
- C. & Giraudo, A. (2019). Dipsas ventrimaculata. In: IUCN 2020. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2022.2. Dipsas ventrimaculata at the Reptarium...
- Dipsas maxillaris, Werner's thirst snake, is a non-venomous snake found in Mexico. Frost, D.R (2007). Dipsas maxillaris. In: IUCN 2020. IUCN Red List of...
- s**** using its slender jaw. There are two subspecies: Dipsas indica indica Laurenti, 1768 Dipsas indica ecuadoriensis Peters, 1960 Arredondo, J.C., Castañeda...