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IUCN Red Lists of Snakes (Serpentes)
Taxonomy and distribution of the family Homalopsidae
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Australasian Mud Snakes

IUCN Red List assessments:
Extinct (in recent times): 0 species
Extinct in the Wild: 0 species= 0.0 %
Critically Endangered: 0 species= 0.0 %
Endangered: 2 species= 3.6 %
Vulnerable: 2 species= 3.6 %
Near Threatened: 1 species= 1.8 %
Least Concern: 20 species= 35.7 %
Data Deficient: 23 species= 41.1 %
Not Assessed: 8 species= 14.3 %


Bitia (Keel-bellied Estuarine Snake)
Brachyorrhos (Moluccan Short-tailed Snakes)
Calamophis (Doberai Stout-tailed Snakes)
Cantoria (Yellow-banded Mangrove Snake)
Cerberus (Dog-faced Water Snakes)
Dieurostus (Kerala Mud Snake)
Djokoiskandarus (Trans-Fly Mangrove Snake)
Enhydris (Asian Mud Snakes)
Erpeton (Tentacled Snake)
Ferania (Bengal Mud Snake)
Fordonia (White-bellied Mangrove Snake)
Gerarda (Glossy Marsh Snake)
Gyiophis (Burmese Mud Snakes)
Heurnia (Mamberamo River Water Snake)
Homalophis (Bornean Mud Snakes)
Homalopsis (Masked Water Snakes)
Hypsiscopus (Orange-bellied Mud Snake & Matanna Mud Snake)
Karnsophis (Sumatra Short-tailed Snake)
Kualatahan (Pahang Mud Snake)
Mintonophis (Pakistani Mud Snake)
Miralia (Greater Sunda Mud Snake)
Myron (Indo-Australian Mangrove Snakes)
Myrrophis (Indochinese Mud Snakes)
Phytolopsis (Blackwater Mud Snake)
Pseudoferania (Australian Mud Snake)
Raclitia (Selangor Mud Snake)
Subsessor (Southeast Asian Mud Snake)
Sumatranus (White-spotted Mud Snake)