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Taxonomy of the genus Argyrophis Biodiversity of the family Typhlopidae

Bibliography of the genus
Argyrophis (Southeast Asian Blind Snakes)

(Reptilia: Serpentes: Typhlopidae)

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Argyrophis in general

Hedges, S.B.; Marion, A.B.; Lipp, K.M.; Marin, J.; Vidal, N. 2014. A taxonomic framework for typhlopid snakes from the Caribbean and other regions (Reptilia, Squamata). Caribbean Herpetology 49: 1-61.

Argyrophis diardii

Bahuguna, A.; Bhutia, P.T.; Joshi, A.K. 2010. New distribution records of Typhlops diardii Schlegel, 1839 and Sibynophis subpunctatus (Dum. & Bibr. 1854) in Haryana State. Records of the Zoological Survey of India 110(4): 73-75.

Bhatnagar, R.K. 1968. Occurrence of the snake Typhlops diardi Schlegel in the Dun Valley. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 65: 491.

Grismer, L.L.; Neang, T.; Chav, T.; Wood, P.L.; Oaks, J.R.; Holden, J.; Grismer, J.L.; Szutz, T.R.; Youmans, T.M. 2008. Additional amphibians and reptiles from the Phnom Samkos Wildlife Sanctuary in northwestern Cardamom Mountains, Cambodia, with comments on their taxonomy and the discovery of three new species. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 56(1): 161-175.

Huang, Z. 1964. [Two new records of Chinese reptiles from Hainan - Eublepharis macularius and Typhlops diardi]. (In Chinese). Acta Zoologica Sinica 16: 494-495.

Huang, Z.J. 1964. Two new records of Chinese reptiles from Hainan - Eublepharis macularius and Typhlops diardi. Acta Zoologica Sinica 16: 494-495.

Khan, M.S. 1998. Notes on Typhlops diardi Schlegel, 1839, with description of a new subspecies (Squamata, Serpentes, Scolecophidia). Pakistan Journal of Zoology 30(3): 213-221.

Khan, M.S. 2005. Notes on new taxa of typhlopid snakes from Pakistan (Serpentes: Typhlopidae). Bulletin of the Chicago Herpetological Society 40(8): 145-147.

Saikia, U.; Sharma, D.K.; Mehta, H.S. 2010. First record of large worm snake (Typhlops diardii) in Himachal Pradesh. Indian Forester 136(4): 553-556.

Argyrophis giadinhensis

Bourret, R. 1937. Notes herpétologiques sur l'Indochine francaise. XV. Lezards et serpents recus au laboratoire des sciences naturelles de l'université au cours de l'année 1937. Bulletin General de l'Instruction Publique (Hanoi) 17(4) (annexe): 57-80.

Argyrophis klemmeri

Taylor, E.H. 1962. New Oriental reptiles. University of Kansas Science Bulletin 43: 209-263.

Argyrophis muelleri

Brongersma, L.D. 1934. Contributions to Indo-Australian herpetology. Zoologische Mededelingen (Leiden) 17: 161-251.

Pauwels, O.S.G.; Sumontha, M. 2003. Geographic distribution: Typhlops muelleri (Mueller's Blind Snake). Herpetological Review 34(2): 171.

Argyrophis oatesi

Murthy, T.S.N.; Chakrapany, S. 1983. Rediscovery of the blind snake Typhlops oatesii in Andamans, India. The Snake 15(1): 48-49.

Argyrophis roxaneae

Wallach, V. 2001. Typhlops roxaneae, a new species of Thai Blindsnake from the T. diardii species group, with a synopsis of the Typhlopidae of Thailand (Serpentes: Scolecophidia). Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 49(1): 39-49.

Argyrophis siamensis

Geissler, P.; Nguyen, Q.T.; Poyarkov, N.A.; Böhme, W. 2011. New records of snakes from Cat Tien National Park, Dong Nai and Lam Dong provinces, southern Vietnam. Bonn Zoological Bulletin 60(1): 9-16.

Argyrophis trangensis

Taylor, E.H. 1962. New Oriental reptiles. University of Kansas Science Bulletin 43: 209-263.