Dryinoides Auffenberg 1958 (colubrid snake)

Reptilia - Squamata - Colubridae

Full reference: W. Auffenberg. 1958. A new genus of colubrid snake from the upper Miocene of North America. American Museum Novitates 1874:1-16

Parent taxon: Colubridae according to W. Auffenberg 1958

See also Carroll 1988

Sister taxa: Abastor, Aglypha, Bascanium, Carphophis, Cemophora, Chilomeniscus, Chionactis, Coluber owenii, Coniophanes, Contia, Cyclophis, Diadophis, Dipsadinae, Dromicus, Eutaenia, Farancia, Gyalopion, Haldea, Helicops, Hierophis, Hispanophis, Hypsiglena, Leioheterodon, Lodia, Malpolon, Mionatrix, Natricinae, Ophibolus, Opisthoglypha, Osceola, Palaelaphis, Palaeomalpolon, Palaeonatrix, Paleofarancia, Paraoxybelis, Phimothyra, Pollackophis, Proteroglypha, Pseudoboa, Pseudocemophora, Pylmophis, Rhinechis, Rhinocheilus, Sibon, Sonora, Spilotes, Storeria, Tachyophis, Tantilla, Thamnophis, Trimorphodon, Tropidoclonium, Tropidonotus, Xenodontinae, Zamenis

Subtaxa: Dryinoides oxyrhachis

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Type: Dryinoides oxyrhachis

Ecology: ground dwelling carnivore

Distribution: found only at Madison Valley (Miocene of Montana)

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