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Citation: Midtgaard, Rune. RepFocus - A Survey of the Reptiles of the World. (www.repfocus.dk).
Latest update: December 31st, 2022.

Taxonomy of the family Colubridae
Bibliography of the genus Geophis
Biodiversity of the family Colubridae


Central American Earth Snakes

Zentralamerikanische Erdnattern

Centralamerikanske Jordsnoge

1830 Catostoma Wagler (type species: Catostoma chalybeum Wagler 1830; syn. Wilson & Townsend 2007)
1830 Geophis Wagler [substitute name for Catostoma Wagler 1830 erroneously believed preoccupied by Catostomus Lesueur 1817 (Pisces); conservation of Geophis is needed (Williams & Wallach 1989)
1853 Rabdosoma Dumeril (type species: Rhabdosoma semidoliatum Dumeril, Bibron & Dumeril 1854; syn. Wilson & Townsend 2007)
1859 Colobognathus Peters (type species: Colobognathus hoffmanni Peters 1859; syn. Wilson & Townsend 2007)
1861 Geophidium Peters (type species: Geophidium dubium Peters 1861; syn. Wilson & Townsend 2007)
1868 Colophrys Cope (type species: Colophrys rhodogaster Cope 1868; syn. Wilson & Townsend 2007)
1883 Parageophis Bocourt (type species: Rhabdosoma semidoliatum Dumeril, Bibron & Dumeril 1854; syn. Wilson & Townsend 2007)
1894 Dirosema Boulenger (type species: Geophis bicolor Günther 1868; syn. Wilson & Townsend 2007)
Contents: 56 species, of which 44 (78.6%) are endemic.
Endemism: 0% 100%
Remarks: Smith, Williams, Wallach & Chiszar (1990) clarified the nomenclatural priority of Geophis over Catostoma.
Distribution: Mexico, Central America, NW. South America.
Reported from: Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico (Aguascalientes, Chiapas, Chihuahua, Colima, Distrito Federal, Durango, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Mexico State, Michoacan, Nayarit, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Veracruz, Zacatecas), Nicaragua, Panama.

Geophis annuliferus

West Mexican Snail Eater, Western Snail Eater

Westmexicanische Schneckennatter

Vestmexicansk Sneglesnog

1894 Tropidodipsas annulifera Boulenger
Sibon annulifera Kofron 1985
Geophis annuliferus Grünwald, Toribio-Jiménez, Montaño-Ruvalcaba, Franz-Chávez, Peñaloza-Montaño, Barrera-Nava, Jones, Rodriguez, Hughes, Strickland & Reyes-Velasco 2021
1896 Geophis tecpanecus Dugès (Kofron 1985)
Geatractus tecpanecus Dugès 1898
1942 Tantilla nelsoni Slevin (Kofron 1985)
Exelencophis nelsoni Smith 1942
1959 Tropidodipsas malacodryas Shannon & Humphrey (Kofron 1985)

Distribution: Mexico (Colima, Guerrero, Jalisco, Michoacan, Nayarit [incl. Islas Marias (Maria Madre)], Sinaloa).

Geophis anocularis

Sierra Mije Earth Snake


Sierra Mije-jordsnog

1920 Geophis anocularis Dunn
Catostoma anoculare Amaral 1929

Remarks: Previously regarded as a synonym of dubius (e.g., Downs 1967). Revalidated by Campbell, Ford & Karges (1983).
Distribution: Mexico (Oaxaca).

Geophis bellus

Altos de Pacora Earth Snake


Altos de Pacora-jordsnog

2003 Geophis bellus Myers

Distribution: Panama.

Geophis berillus

Valle de Bravo Earth Snake


Valle de Bravo-jordsnog

2022 Geophis berillus Barragán-Reséndiz, Pavón-Vázquez, Cervantes-Burgos, Trujano-Ortega, Canseco-Márquez & García-Vázquez

Distribution: Mexico (Mexico State).

Geophis betaniensis

Betania Earth Snake



1987 Geophis betaniensis Restrepo & Wright

Remarks: Status see Lips & Savage (1994).
Distribution: Colombia.

Geophis bicolor

Mexican Plateau Earth Snake

Mexikanischer Plateau-Erdnatter

Mexicansk Højlands-jordsnog

1868 Geophis bicolor Günther
Dirosema bicolor Boulenger 1894
Rhabdosoma bicolor Cope 1885
Catostoma bicolor Amaral 1929

Remarks: Presence in Colima needs confirmation. Listed for the state by Heimes (2016), but not included by Lemos-Espinal, Smith, Pierce & Painter (2020).
Distribution: Mexico (Colima, Distrito Federal, Jalisco, Mexico State, Michoacan, Veracruz).

Geophis blanchardi

Acultzingo Earth Snake, (Blanchard's Earth Snake)



1938 Geophis blanchardi Taylor & Smith

Distribution: Mexico (Oaxaca, Puebla, Veracruz).

Geophis brachycephalus

Short-headed Earth Snake

Kurzköpfige Erdnatter

Korthovedet Jordsnog

1871 Colobognathus brachycephalus Cope
Catostoma brachycephalum Cope 1876
Elapoidis brachycephalus Cope 1885
Dirosema brachycephalum Boulenger 1894
Geophis brachycephalus Dunn 1942
1871 Colobognathus dolichocephalus Cope (Wilson & Townsend 2007)
Catostoma dolichocephalum Cope 1876
Elapoidis dolichocephalus Cope 1885
Geophis dolichocephalus Günther 1893
1872 Geophis moestus Günther (Wilson & Townsend 2007)
Rhabdosoma moestum Cope 1887
Geophis moesta Günther 1893
1893 Geophis chalybaea quadrangularis Günther (Wilson & Townsend 2007)
1954 Geophis bakeri Taylor (Wilson & Townsend 2007)

Remarks: Validity confirmed by Savage & Watling (2008). Records from Colombia (e.g., Downs 1967; Pérez-Santos & Moreno 1988) refer to nigroalbus (Savage & Watling 2008).
Distribution: Costa Rica, Panama.

Geophis cancellatus

Chiapan Earth Snake



1941 Geophis cancellatus Smith

Distribution: Guatemala, Mexico (Chiapas).

Geophis cansecoi

Yecuatla Earth Snake



2022 Geophis cansecoi Grünwald, Ahumada-Carrillo, Grünwald, Montaño-Ruvalcaba & García-Vázquez

Distribution: Mexico (Veracruz).

Geophis carinosus

Central American Keeled Earth Snake

Zentralamerikanische Gekielte Erdnatter

Centralamerikansk Kølet Jordsnog

1941 Geophis carinosus Stuart

Remarks: Downs' (1967) record from Puebla refer to turbidus (Pavón-Vázquez, Canseco-Márquez & Nieto-Montes de Oca 2013).
Distribution: Guatemala, Mexico (Chiapas, Oaxaca, Tabasco, Veracruz).

Geophis chalybeus

Veracruz Earth Snake



1830 Catostoma chalybeum Wagler
Geophis chalybaeus Wagler 1830
Elapoidis chalybaeus Cope 1885
Atractus chalybaeus Cope 1900
1885 Rhabdosoma guttulatum Cope (Smith & Taylor 1945; Wilson & Townsend 2007)

Distribution: Mexico (Veracruz).

Geophis championi

Panamanian Earth Snake

Panamaische Erdnatter

Panamansk Jordsnog

1894 Geophis championi Boulenger
Catostoma championi Amaral 1929

Distribution: Panama.

Geophis damiani

Honduran Red-banded Earth Snake

Honduranische Rotband-Erdnatter

Honduransk Rødbåndet Jordsnog

1998 Geophis damiani Wilson, McCranie & Williams

Distribution: Honduras.

Geophis downsi

Puntarenas Earth Snake



1981 Geophis downsi Savage

Distribution: Costa Rica.

Geophis dubius

Mesa del Sur Earth Snake


Mesa del Sur-jordsnog

1861 Geophidium dubium Peters
Geophis dubius Bocourt 1883
Atractus dubius Cope 1900

Remarks: Perez-Higareda & Smith (1988) regarded rostralis as a synonym of dubius. Their record of dubius from Puebla (based the specimen in Webb & Fugler 1957) refer to turbidus (Pavón-Vázquez, Canseco-Márquez & Nieto-Montes de Oca 2013), which is most likely also the case regarding García-Vázquez, Canseco-Márquez, Gutiérrez-Mayén & Trujano-Ortega (2009), who do not mention rostralis. Woolrich-Piña, García-Padilla, DeSantis, Johnson, Mata-Silva & Wilson (2017) included both dubius and turbidus for Puebla, but without comments. For this reason, the listing of dubius for the state is regarded as an error. Records from Veracruz refer to other species.
Distribution: Mexico (Oaxaca).

Geophis duellmani

Sierra Juarez Earth Snake


Sierra Juarez-jordsnog

1969 Geophis duellmani Smith & Holland

Distribution: Mexico (Oaxaca).

Geophis dugesii

Tangancícuaro Earth Snake, (Dugès' Earth Snake)



1883 Geophis dugesii Bocourt
Elapoidis dugesi Cope 1885
Catostoma dugesii Amaral 1929
1959 Geophis aquilonaris Legler (Webb 1977)
Geophis dugesii aquilonaris Webb 1977

Other common names:
aquilonaris: Chihuahuan Earth Snake
Remarks: Some authors regard aquilonaris as a separate species (e.g., Tanner 1985).
Distribution: Mexico (Aguascalientes, Chihuahua, Durango, Guanajuato, Jalisco, Michoacan, Nayarit, Sinaloa, Sonora, Zacatecas).

Geophis dunni

Nicaraguan Earth Snake

Nicaraguanische Erdnatter

Nicaraguansk Jordsnog

1932 Geophis dunni Schmidt

Distribution: Nicaragua.

Geophis fulvoguttatus

Salvadoran Earth Snake

Salvadoranische Erdnatter

Salvadoransk Jordsnog

1952 Geophis fulvoguttatus Mertens

Distribution: El Salvador, Honduras.

Geophis fuscus

Xalapa Earth Snake



1886 Geophis fuscus Fischer

Remarks: Previously regarded as a synonym of dubius (e.g., Smith & Taylor 1945; Wilson & Townsend 2007). Revalidated as a separate species by Grünwald, Ahumada-Carrillo, Grünwald, Montaño-Ruvalcaba & García-Vázquez (2021).
Distribution: Mexico (Veracruz).

Geophis godmani

Irazú Earth Snake



1894 Geophis godmani Boulenger
Catostoma godmani Amaral 1929

Distribution: Costa Rica, Panama.

Geophis hoffmanni

Costa Rican Earth Snake, (Hoffmann's Earth Snake)

Costaricanische Erdnatter

Costaricansk Jordsnog

1859 Colobognathus Hoffmanni Peters
Elapoidis hoffmanni Jan 1862
Geophis hoffmanni Bocourt 1883
Catostoma hoffmanni Amaral 1929
1954 Geophis acutirostris Taylor (Wilson & Townsend 2007)
1954 Geophis bartholomewi Brattstrom & Howell (Wilson & Townsend 2007)

Distribution: Colombia, Costa Rica, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama.

Geophis immaculatus

Guatemalan Earth Snake, (Downs' Earth Snake)

Guatemalische Erdnatter

Guatemalansk Jordsnog

1967 Geophis immaculatus Downs

Distribution: Guatemala, Mexico (Chiapas).

Geophis incomptus

Sierra Coalcoman Earth Snake


Sierra Coalcoman-jordsnog

1959 Geophis incomptus Duellman

Remarks: The standard name Sierra Coalcoman Earth Snake is also used for nigrocinctus.
Distribution: Mexico (Michoacan).

Geophis isthmicus

Isthmian Earth Snake



1883 Rhabdosoma zebrinum Bocourt [not Rhabdosoma zebrinum Jan 1862] (Wilson & Townsend 2007)
Rhegnops zebrinus Cope 1885
Geophis zebrina Günther 1893
Atractus zebrinus Amaral 1929
1894 Atractus isthmicus Boulenger [substitute name for Rhabdosoma zebrinum Bocourt 1883]
Geophis isthmicus Dunn 1928

Distribution: Mexico (Oaxaca).

Geophis juarezi

Metates Earth Snake, (Benito Juarez's Earth Snake)



2003 Geophis juarezi Nieto-Montes de Oca

Remarks: Previously confused with carinosus (Wilson & Townsend 2007).
Distribution: Mexico (Oaxaca).

Geophis juliai

Tuxtlan Earth Snake, (Zurtuche's Earth Snake)



2001 Geophis juliai Pérez-Higareda, Smith & López-Luna

Distribution: Mexico (Veracruz).

Geophis laticinctus

Mesa Central Earth Snake


Bredbåndet Jordsnog

1963 Geophis laticinctus Smith & Williams
1969 Geophis laticinctus albiventris Smith & Holland (Johnson 1979; Wilson & Townsend 2007)

Distribution: Mexico (Chiapas, Oaxaca, Tabasco).

Geophis laticollaris

Wide-collared Earth Snake



1965 Geophis laticollaris Smith, Lynch & Altig

Remarks: Previously regarded as a synonym of sallaei (e.g., Downs 1967). Revalidated by Smith & Smith (1976) and Smith & Chiszar (1992).
Distribution: Mexico (Guerrero, Oaxaca).

Geophis latifrontalis

San Luis Potosí Earth Snake


San Luis Potosí-jordsnog

1883 Geophis latifrontalis Garman
Atractus latifrontalis Cope 1896
1941 Geophis semiannulatus Smith (Dixon & Thomas 1974)
Geophis latifrontalis semiannulatus Dixon & Thomas 1974

Other common names:
latifrontalis: Common San Luis Potosi Earth Snake
semiannulatus: Mountain Earth Snake
Remarks: Fernandez-Badillo & Goyenechea (2010) listed semiannulatus as a separate species.
Distribution: Mexico (Guanajuato, Hidalgo, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi, Tamaulipas).

Geophis lorancai

Zongolica Mountains Earth Snake



2016 Geophis lorancai Canseco-Márquez, Pavón-Vázquez, López-Luna & Nieto-Montes de Oca

Distribution: Mexico (Hidalgo, Puebla, Veracruz).

Geophis maculiferus

Michoacan Earth Snake



1941 Geophis maculiferus Taylor

Distribution: Mexico (Michoacan).

Geophis mutitorques

Highland Earth Snake



1885 Rhabdosoma mutitorques Cope
Geophis mutitorques Günther 1893
1886 Rhabdosoma longiceps Cope (Wilson & Townsend 2007)
Atractus longiceps Boulenger 1894
Geophis longiceps Dunn 1928

Distribution: Mexico (Hidalgo, Puebla, Queretaro, San Luis Potosi, Veracruz).

Geophis nasalis

Coffee Earth Snake



1868 Catostoma nasale Cope
Rhabdosoma nasale Cope 1885
Geophis nasalis Smith 1941

Distribution: Guatemala, Mexico (Chiapas).

Geophis nephodrymus

Cloud Forest Earth Snake



2006 Geophis nephodrymus Townsend & Wilson

Distribution: Honduras.

Geophis nigroalbus

Colombian Earth Snake

Kolumbianische Erdnatter

Colombiansk Jordsnog

1908 Geophis nigro-albus Boulenger
Catostoma nigroalbum Amaral 1929
Geophis negroalbus [lapsus] Myers 2003 (Wilson & Townsend 2007)

Remarks: Previously regarded as a synonym of brachycephalus (e.g., Downs 1967). Revalidated by Myers (2003). Validity confirmed by Savage & Watling (2008).
Distribution: Colombia.

Geophis nigrocinctus

Black-banded Earth Snake, Sierra Coalcoman Earth Snake


Sortbåndet Jordsnog

1959 Geophis nigrocinctus Duellman

Remarks: The common name Sierra Coalcoman Earth Snake is also used for incomptus.
Distribution: Mexico (Jalisco, Michoacan).

Geophis occabus

El Molote Earth Snake


El Molote-jordsnog

2011 Geophis occabus Paván-Vázquez, García-Vázquez, Blancas-Hernández & Nieto-Montes de Oca

Distribution: Mexico (Guerrero).

Geophis omiltemanus

Guerreran Earth Snake



1893 Geophis omiltemana Günther
Dirosema omiltemanum Boulenger 1894
Atractus omiltemanus Cope 1896
Catostoma omiltemanum Amaral 1929

Distribution: Mexico (Guerrero, Oaxaca).

Geophis petersii

Mexican Mountain Earth Snake, (Peters' Earth Snake)

Mexicanische Gebirgs-Erdnatter

Mexicansk Bjerg-jordsnog

1894 Geophis petersii Boulenger
Catostoma petersii Amaral 1929

Distribution: Mexico (Colima, Distrito Federal, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Jalisco, Michoacan).

Geophis pyburni

Coalcomán Earth Snake, (Pyburn's Earth Snake)



1977 Geophis pyburni Campbell & Murphy

Distribution: Mexico (Colima, Michoacan).

Geophis rhodogaster

Rose-bellied Earth Snake


Rødbuget Jordsnog

1868 Colophrys rhodogaster Cope
Geophis rhodogaster Bocourt 1883
Catostoma rhodogaster Amaral 1929

Remarks: Recorded erroneously from Yucatan (Downs 1967; Smith 1995).
Distribution: El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico (Chiapas).

Geophis rostralis

Sierra Madre Earth Snake


Sierra Madre-jordsnog

1865 Elapoides rostralis Jan
Geophis rostralis Bocourt 1883
Rhabdosoma rostrale Cope 1885
Catostoma rostrale Amaral 1929

Remarks: Status uncertain (Wilson & Townsend 2007). Regarded as a synonym of dubius by some authors (e.g., Smith 1959; Downs 1967; Pérez-Higareda & Smith 1988; Smith & Pérez-Higareda 1991), but as a valid species by others (e.g., Bogert & Porter 1966; Campbell, Ford & Karges 1983; Liner 1993; Wilson & Townsend 2007). A record from Puebla (Webb & Fugler 1957) was referred to carinosus by Downs (1967), and later to dubius by Perez-Higareda & Smith (1988), but has subsequently been described as turbidus (Pavón-Vázquez, Canseco-Márquez & Nieto-Montes de Oca 2013).
Distribution: Mexico (Oaxaca).

Geophis russatus

Red Earth Snake

Rote Erdnatter

Rød Jordsnog

1966 Geophis sallaei russatus Smith & Williams
Geophis russatus Downs 1967

Remarks: Downs (1967) elevated russatus to species level in a footnote. Heimes (2016) treated russatus as a synonym of laticollaris, but without discussion or references.
Distribution: Mexico (Oaxaca).

Geophis ruthveni

Sarapiqui Earth Snake



1925 Geophis ruthveni Werner
Catostoma ruthveni Amaral 1929

Distribution: Costa Rica.

Geophis sallaei

Oaxacan Earth Snake, (Salle's Earth Snake)



1894 Geophis sallaei Boulenger
Catostoma sallaei Amaral 1929

Distribution: Mexico (Oaxaca).

Geophis sanniolus

Pygmy Snail Eater, Yucatan Snail Eater, Pygmy Snail Sucker



1866 Mesopeltis sanniolus Cope
Leptognathus sanniolus Mocquard 1908
Sibon sanniolus Smith 1943
Geophis sanniolus Grünwald, Toribio-Jiménez, Montaño-Ruvalcaba, Franz-Chávez, Peñaloza-Montaño, Barrera-Nava, Jones, Rodriguez, Hughes, Strickland & Reyes-Velasco 2021
1977 Sibon neilli Henderson, Hoevers & Wilson
Sibon sanniola neilli Kofron 1985

Distribution: Belize, Guatemala, Mexico (Campeche, Quintana Roo, Tabasco, Yucatan).

Geophis sartorii

Terrestrial Snail Eater, (Ringed Snail Eater)


Gulbåndet Sneglesnog

1863 Tropidodipsas sartorii Cope
Leptognathus sartorii Cope 1885
Sibon sartorii Kofron 1985
Geophis sartorii Grünwald, Toribio-Jiménez, Montaño-Ruvalcaba, Franz-Chávez, Peñaloza-Montaño, Barrera-Nava, Jones, Rodriguez, Hughes, Strickland & Reyes-Velasco 2021
1863 Leptognathus dumerili Jan (Smith & Taylor 1945, Kofron 1985)
Tropidodipsas dumerilii Günther 1894
1870 Galedon annularis Jan (Peters & Orejas-Miranda 1970, Kofron 1985)
1870 Geophis annulatus Peters (Kofron 1985)
Tropidogeophis annulatus Müller 1878
Tropidodipsas sartorii annulatus Smith 1943
1884 Leptognathus sexscutatus Bocourt (Peters & Orejas-Miranda 1970, Kofron 1985)
1884 Leptognatus leucostomus Bocourt (Peters & Orejas-Miranda 1970, Kofron 1985)
1884 Leptognatus semicinctus Bocourt (Peters & Orejas-Miranda 1970, Kofron 1985)
1887 Leptognathus bernoullii Müller (Peters & Orejas-Miranda 1970, Kofron 1985)
1887 Leptognatus cuculliceps Müller (Peters & Orejas-Miranda 1970, Kofron 1985)
1943 Tropidodipsas macdougalli Smith (Peters & Orejas-Miranda 1970, Kofron 1985)
Tropidodipsas sartorii macdougalli Peters & Orejas-Miranda 1970
Sibon sartorii macdougalli Kofron 1985

Other common names:
annulatus: Annulated Snail Eater
macdougalli: MacDougall's Snail Eater
sartorii: Sartori's Snail Eater
Remarks: Although included for Jalisco by Auth, Smith, Brown & Lintz (2000), presence in the state is considered undocumented herein, following Cruz-Sáenz, Muñoz-Nolasco, Mata-Silva, Johnson, García-Padilla & Wilson (2017), who did not list the species for Jalisco. Not listed for Mexico State by Lemos-Espinal & Smith (2020).
Distribution: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico (Campeche, Chiapas, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Mexico State, Nuevo Leon, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosi, Tabasco, Tamaulipas, Veracruz, Yucatan, Nicaragua.

Geophis semidoliatus

Coral Earth Snake, Broken-ringed Earth Snake



1854 Rhabdosoma semidoliatum Dumeril, Bibron & Dumeril
Geophis semidoliatus Peters 1859
Catastoma semidoliatum Cope 1860
Elapiodes semidoliatus Jan 1862
Atractus semidoliatus Cope 1900

Remarks: Presence in Jalisco is considered doubtful (Chávez-Avila, Casas-Andreu, García-Aguayo, Cifuentes-Lemus & Cupul-Magaña 2015), although included for the state by some authors (e.g., Cruz-Sáenz, Guerrero, Lazcano & Téllez-López 2009). Not listed for Distrito Federal by Lemos-Espinal & Smith (2020).
Distribution: Mexico (Distrito Federal, Hidalgo, Oaxaca, Puebla, Veracruz).

Geophis sieboldi

West Mexican Earth Snake, (Siebold's Earth Snake)

Westmexicanische Erdnatter

Vestmexicansk Jordsnog

1862 Elapoides sieboldi Jan
Catastoma sieboldii Cope 1868
Ninia sieboldi Garman 1884
Geophis sieboldi Smith 1941

Remarks: Barragán-Reséndiz, Pavón-Vázquez, Cervantes-Burgos, Trujano-Ortega, Canseco-Márquez & García-Vázquez (2022) did not mention the occurrence of the species in Guerrero and Mexico State.
Distribution: Mexico (Colima, Guerrero, Jalisco, Mexico State, Michoacan).

Geophis talamancae

Talamanca Earth Snake



1994 Geophis talamancae Lips & Savage

Remarks: Validity confirmed by Savage & Watling (2008).
Distribution: Costa Rica, Panama.

Geophis tarascae

Tarascan Earth Snake



1959 Geophis tarascae Hartweg

Distribution: Mexico (Colima, Jalisco, Michoacan).

Geophis tectus

La Loma Earth Snake


La Loma-jordsnog

2008 Geophis tectus Savage & Watling

Distribution: Panama.

Geophis turbidus

Cuetzalan Earth Snake



2013 Geophis turbidus Pavón-Vázquez, Canseco-Márquez & Nieto-Montes de Oca

Remarks: Previously confused with carinosus, dubius, and rostralis (Pavón-Vázquez, Canseco-Márquez & Nieto-Montes de Oca 2013).
Distribution: Mexico (Hidalgo, Puebla).

Geophis zeledoni

Finca Zeledón Earth Snake


Finca Zeledón-jordsnog

1954 Geophis zeledoni Taylor

Distribution: Costa Rica.