Texasophis wilsoni Holman 1984 (colubrid snake)

Reptilia - Squamata - Colubridae

Full reference: J. A. Holman. 1984. Texasophis (Reptilia: Serpentes), an addition to the Miocene (Clarendonian) of North America. Copeia 1984(3):660-661

Belongs to Texasophis according to J. A. Holman 1984

Sister taxa: Texasophis bohemiacus, Texasophis fossilis, Texasophis galbreathi, Texasophis hecki, Texasophis meini

Type specimen: Fort Hays State College Vertebrate Paleontology 3640, a set of vertebrae (trunk vertebra). Its type locality is WaKeeny (UM-K6-59), which is in a Clarendonian channel sandstone/claystone in the Ogallala Formation of Kansas.

Ecology: ground dwelling carnivore

Distribution: found only at WaKeeny (UM-K6-59)

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