2008
03.16

Red banded odd-tooth snake
(Aka madara)
Dinodon rufozonatum

At Tsushima Is. Nagasaki prefecture
D.r.rufozonatum

Photograph by Baikada
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DISTRIBUTION
Red banded odd-tooth snake (D.r.rufozonatum)
Tsushima Island and Senkaku Islands
Sakishima odd-tooth snake (D.r.walli)
Miyako Islands and Yaeyama Islands
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LENGTH
D.r.rufozonatum
TL:60~120cm
D.r.walli
TL:50~100cm (In Nakanougan Island, Maxsize 130cm)
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OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS


Threat
At Tsushima Is. Nagasaki prefecture
D.r.rufozonatum
Photograph by Baikada
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Head
At Tsushima Is. Nagasaki prefecture
D.r.rufozonatum
Photograph by Baikada
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Young Adult
At Iriomote Is. Okinawa prefecture
D.r.walli
Photograph by Baikada
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Many Banded type
At Yonaguni Is. Okinawa prefecture
D.r.walli
Photograph by Baikada
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White type
At Miyako Is. Okinawa prefecture
D.r.walli
Photograph by Baikada
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Belly
At Tsushima Is. Nagasaki prefecture
D.r.rufozonatum
Photograph by Baikada
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Belly2
At Tsushima Is. Nagasaki prefecture
D.r.rufozonatum
Photograph by Baikada
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Belly3
At Tsushima Is. Nagasaki prefecture
D.r.rufozonatum
Photograph by Baikada
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Belly4
At Tsushima Is. Nagasaki prefecture
D.r.rufozonatum
Photograph by Baikada
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Belly
At Iriomote Is. Okinawa prefecture
D.r.walli
Photograph by Baikada
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Face
At Tsushima Is. Nagasaki prefecture
D.r.rufozonatum
Photograph by Baikada
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Eye
At Tsushima Is. Nagasaki prefecture
D.r.rufozonatum
Photograph by Baikada
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Scale
At Tsushima Is. Nagasaki prefecture
D.r.rufozonatum
Photograph by Baikada
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Threat
At Tsushima Is. Nagasaki prefecture
D.r.rufozonatum
Photograph by Baikada
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Eating lizard
At Ishigaki Is. Okinawa prefecture
D.r.walli
Photograph by Baikada
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Juvenile
At Iriomote Is. Okinawa prefecture
D.r.walli
Photograph by Baikada
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