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Faint-striped blind snake

faint-striped blind snake (Anilios broomi)
Brooklyn Station, Queenland
Photo © Eric Vanderduys
Anilios broomi - (Boulenger, 1898)
Pronunciation  ann-NIL-ee-oss   BROO-mee
Etymology  Anilios: "The derivation of the generic name Anilios was not provided by Gray (1845), although Savage and Boundy (2012) suggest it was derived from the Greek an- (lacking) + helios (the sun)." (Shea 2015)
broomi: after Dr. R. Broom.
Other names  Ramphotyphlops broomi 
 
Total length
Species avg: 18 cm
Species max: 25 cm
Reproduction
Oviparous
Clutch size
Length and clutch size information comes from a variety of sources, but primarily from Shine (1991) and Cogger (2000).
Description Distribution Natural history Conservation Further information More photos

Range

Found in the following Australian states/territories

Queensland

Habitat

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