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IUCN Red Lists of Snakes (Serpentes)
Taxonomy and distribution of the family Typhlopidae
Bibliography of the family Typhlopidae


Typical Blind Snakes

IUCN Red List assessments:
Extinct (in recent times): 1 species
Extinct in the Wild: 0 species= 0.0 %
Critically Endangered: 6 species= 2.2 %
Endangered: 16 species= 5.9 %
Vulnerable: 7 species= 2.6 %
Near Threatened: 6 species= 2.2 %
Least Concern: 118 species= 43.4 %
Data Deficient: 97 species= 35.7 %
Not Assessed: 22 species= 8.1 %


Acutotyphlops (Sharp-nosed Blind Snakes)
Afrotyphlops (African Giant Blind Snakes)
Amerotyphlops (American Blind Snakes)
Anilios (Australian Blind Snakes)
Antillotyphlops (Eastern Antillean Blind Snakes)
Argyrophis (Southeast Asian Blind Snakes)
Cubatyphlops (Cuban Blind Snakes)
Cyclotyphlops (Malawa Blind Snake)
Grypotyphlops (Indian Beaked Blind Snake)
Indotyphlops (South Asian Blind Snakes)
Letheobia (African Gracile Blind Snakes)
Madatyphlops (Malagasy Blind Snakes)
Malayotyphlops (Malay Archipelago Blind Snakes)
Ramphotyphlops (Western Pacific Blind Snakes)
Rhinotyphlops (African Beaked Blind Snakes)
Sundatyphlops (Lesser Sunda Blind Snakes)
Typhlops (Afro-Caribbean Blind Snakes)
Virgotyphlops (Brahminy Blind Snake)
Xerotyphlops (Desert Blind Snakes)