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Reptiles - Species List by Biome

snake turtle common lizard

CONIFEROUS FOREST

Blind lizard

Boomslang

Common chameleon

Common garter snake

Eastern box turtle

Eastern hog-nosed snake

Florida wormlizard

Flying lizard

Frilled lizard

Green anole

Green python

House gecko

Indigo snake

Milksnake

Neotropical sunbeam snake

North American coral snake

Reticulated python

Texas blind snake

Timber rattlesnake

CONTINENTAL MARGIN

Green seaturtle

Loggerhead turtle

DECIDUOUS FOREST

Agamodon anguliceps

Armored chameleon

Black-headed python

Blackish blind snake

Blind lizard

Boa constrictor

Boomslang

Broad-headed skink

Common chameleon

Common garter snake

Common sunbeam snake

Crocodile tegu

Eastern box turtle

Eastern hog-nosed snake

Florida wormlizard

Flying lizard

Galápagos tortoise

Gila monster

Green python

Indigo snake

Knob-scaled lizard

Komodo dragon

Lesser blind snake

Milksnake

Neotropical sunbeam snake

North American coral snake

Northern Tuatara

Prehensile-tailed skink

Red-tailed pipe snake

Reticulated python

Sand lizard

Southern bromeliad woodsnake

Texas alligator lizard

Texas blind snake

Timber rattlesnake

Yellow-margined box turtle

DESERT

Agamodon anguliceps

Boa constrictor

Cape flat lizard

Cape spiny-tailed iguana

Common chameleon

Common chuckwalla

Death adder

Desert night lizard

Desert tortoise

Gila monster

Horned viper

House gecko

Jackson's chameleon

North American coral snake

Sandfish

Southern burrowing asp

Spiny agama

Texas alligator lizard

Texas blind snake

Western banded gecko

GRASSLAND

Bachia bresslaui

Black-headed python

Blackish blind snake

Black-necked spitting cobra

Boa constrictor

Boomslang

Common garter snake

Common sunbeam snake

Death adder

Desert tortoise

Eastern box turtle

Eastern hog-nosed snake

Galápagos tortoise

Gila monster

Indigo snake

Komodo dragon

Lesser blind snake

Milksnake

Nilgiri burrowing snake

Sand lizard

Six-lined racerunner

Southern burrowing asp

Texas alligator lizard

Texas blind snake

Two-legged wormlizard

Western banded gecko

LAKE AND POND

American alligator

American crocodile

Central American river turtle

Common caiman

Common garter snake

Cottonmouth

False coral snake

Green anaconda

Helmeted turtle

Little file snake

Matamata

Nile crocodile

North American coral snake

Painted turtle

Pig-nose turtle

Reticulated python

Snapping turtle

Spiny softshell

Stinkpot

Yellow-margined box turtle

OCEAN

Green seaturtle

Leatherback seaturtle

Little file snake

Loggerhead turtle

Sea krait

RAINFOREST

Black-headed bushmaster

Black-headed python

Blind lizard

Boa constrictor

Crocodile monitor

Emerald tree boa

False coral snake

Flying lizard

Green python

House gecko

Jackson's chameleon

King cobra

Lesser blind snake

Neotropical sunbeam snake

Southern bromeliad woodsnake

Splitjaw snakes

White-bellied wormlizard

Yellow-margined box turtle

RIVER AND STREAM

American alligator

American crocodile

Big-headed turtle

Central American river turtle

Common caiman

Common garter snake

Cottonmouth

Crocodile tegu

False coral snake

Gharial

Green anaconda

Helmeted turtle

Little file snake

Matamata

Nile crocodile

Painted turtle

Pig-nose turtle

Reticulated python

Snapping turtle

South American river turtle

Spiny softshell

Stinkpot

Yellow-margined box turtle

SEASHORE

Green seaturtle

Loggerhead turtle

Sea krait

UNKNOWN

False blind snake

WETLAND

American alligator

American crocodile

Broad-headed skink

Common caiman

Common garter snake

Cottonmouth

Green anaconda

Helmeted turtle

Komodo dragon

Little file snake

Nile crocodile

Pig-nose turtle

Red-tailed pipe snake

Reticulated python

Sea krait

Snapping turtle

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over 1 year ago

This didnt help much. need abiotics

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about 6 years ago

I was looking for the Eastern Indigo Snake. Are you sure that it lives in a grassland?

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over 5 years ago

i was looking for the Gavial(gharial)i think it was surpose to be found in the rain forest

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over 3 years ago

provide more info not just names like habitaat behaviou diet etc.

this didn't help me at all for me asignment

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over 1 year ago

you guys alll suck

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