Xylophis

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Xylophis is a small genus of colubrid snakes. There are three species that are all endemic to southern India.[1]Automatic taxobox | taxon = Xylophis | authority = [[Richard Henry Beddome|Beddome], 1878 }}

Xylophis is a small genus of colubrid snakes. There are three species that are all endemic to southern India.[2]Xylophis Scientific classification e Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Squamata Suborder: Serpentes Family: Colubridae Subfamily: Colubrinae Genus: Xylophis Beddome, 1878 Xylophis is a small genus of colubrid snakes. There are three species that are all endemic to southern India.[1]

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