|Habitat||Freshwater lakes, rivers and streams|
|Distribution of species||Vietnam|
The white-lipped keelback (Amphiesma leucomystax) is a nonvenomous snake native to Vietnam.
On September 26, 2007, the World Wide Fund for Nature reported discovery of the species in the region known as the "Green Corridor" of Vietnam's Thua Thien Hue Province.
According to the press release, the snake "tends to live by streams where it catches frogs and other small animals. It has a beautiful yellow-white stripe that sweeps along its head, and red dots cover its body. It can reach about 80 centimetres (31½ inches) in length.