The Subocularis is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Trans-Pecos rat snake (Bogertophis subocularis), is a small (0.8-1.2 m), non-venomous rat snake native to the Chihuahuan Desert, that extends northward into Texas. More

Placidochromis subocularis is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family. It is found in Malawi, Mozambique, and Tanzania. Its natural habitat is freshwater lakes. It is not considered a threatened species by the IUCN. More

subocularis is almost universally tan in color with interconnected black blotches on the back and two black stripes down the neck. There is an isolated locality of B. More

Bogertophis subocularis subocularis; Bogertophis subocularis; Acutotyphlops subocularis; Total Images : 4 Page No. More

Acutotyphlops subocularis Waite, 1897, Duke of York Island (Bismarck Archipelago). No subspecies are recognized. OTHER COMMON NAMES None known. PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS This species has a total length of 7.5–15.5 in (19.1–39.4 cm). More

Bogertophis subocularis subocularis Trans-Pecos Ratsnake Carphophis Carphophis amoenus amoenus Eastern Wormsnake Charina Charina bottae (NW) Northern Rubber Boa Charina bottae (CA) More

Bogertophis subocularis subocularis - Trans-Pecos Ratsnake = Click on a picture for a larger view Adult, Brewster County, Texas More

Mylochromis subocularis male at Thumbi West Island, Lake Malawi . Photo by Ad Konings. determiner Ad Konings. Mylochromis subocularis (Günther, 1894) - Last updated on 21-Apr-2007. More

subocularis is usually seen in the hobby. They are considered somewhat more difficult than the North American Elaphe species, requiring dryness. B. rosaliae is a protected species: please observe the law and do not smuggle or poach! B. More

Bogertophis subocularis subocularis (BROWN 1901 Common Name E: subocularis: Trans-Pecos Rat Snake G: Transpecos-Kletternatter, Transpecos-Rattennatter Synonym Coluber subocularis BROWN 1901 Elaphe subocularis More

Phase Bogertophis subocularis subocularis from the Christmas Mountains in Brewster Co., Tx. More

subocularis) Feeding on Bats in the Wild A Photo Essay - Part I By Daryl Eby The conditions were great as I left More

Title: Bogertophis subocularis (Trans-Pecos rat snake). More

Common names

Culebra-ratonera de Transpecos in Spanish - español
subocularis in English - English
trans-pecos rat snake in English - English
Trans-Pecos Ratsnake in English - English
Transpecos-Kletternatter, Transpecos-Rattennatter in German - Deutsch
Wąż wielkooki in Polish - polski
サバクナメラ in Japanese - 日本語

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Order : Squamata
Family : Colubridae
Genus : Bogertophis
Species : Bogertophis subocularis
Authority : BROWN 1901