Ogmophis arenarum Douglass 1903 (Mexican burrowing snake)

Reptilia - Squamata - Loxocemidae

Alternative combination: Ogmophus arenarum

Full reference: E. Douglass. 1903. New vertebrates from the Montana Tertiary. Annals of Carnegie Museum 2(5):145-199

Belongs to Ogmophis according to P. E. Vanzolini 1952

See also Douglass 1903

Sister taxa: Ogmophis compactus, Ogmophis miocompactus, Ogmophis oregonensis, Ogmophis pauperrimus, Ogmophis pliocompactus, Ogmophis voorhiesi

Type specimen: C.M. No. 744, a set of vertebrae (three vertebrae). Its type locality is Flint Creek Beds, which is in a Barstovian terrestrial horizon in Montana.

Ecology:

Distribution: found only at Flint Creek Beds

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