Lycodon tristrigatus — Striped Dwarf Treesnake
Also known as:
Three-lined Tree Snake, Three-banded Bridled Snake
This species was formerly classified as Dryocalamus tristrigatus, until a giant new phylogeny of snakes in 2016 put the kibosh on Dryocalamus.
This small forest snake has been found in various widespread locations on the ground, in trees, in flat areas, in steep areas, in wet areas, and in dry areas. But nobody yet knows what it eats.
- Lycodon tristrigatus account on The Reptile Database
- Alex Figueroa , Alexander D. McKelvy, L. Lee Grismer, Charles D. Bell, Simon P. Lailvaux, 2016. A Species-Level Phylogeny of Extant Snakes with Description of a New Colubrid Subfamily and Genus
- Das, I. 2010. A Field Guide to the Reptiles of South-east Asia
- Stuebing, R. B., Inger, R. F., Lardner, B. 2014. A Field Guide to the Snakes of Borneo, Second Edition