Chironius is a genus of New World colubrid snakes, commonly called sipos (from the Portuguese word cipó for the liana), savanes, or sometimes vine snakes.
- Chironius bicarinatus - Two-headed Sipo (Wied, 1820)
- Chironius carinatus - Machete Savane (Linnaeus, 1758)
- Chironius exoletus - Linnaeus' Sipo (Linnaeus, 1758)
- Chironius flavolineatus - Boettger's Sipo (Boettger, 1885)
- Chironius fuscus - Brown Sipo (Linnaeus, 1758)
- Chironius grandisquamis - Ecuador Sipo (Peters, 1869)
- Chironius laevicollis - Brazilian Sipo (Wied, 1824)
- Chironius laurenti (Dixon, Wiest & Cei, 1993)
- Chironius monticola - Mountain Sipo (Roze, 1952)
- Chironius multiventris - Long-tailed Machete Savane (Schmidt & Walker, 1943)
- Chironius quadricarinatus (Boie, 1827)
- Chironius scurrulus - Smooth Machete Savane (Wagler, 1824)
- Chironius vincenti - St. Vincent Blacksnake - (Boulenger, 1891)
Conservation status Edit
The St. Vincent Blacksnake, Chironius vincenti is listed as critically endangered by the IUCN Red List due to its extremely limited range on the Island of St. Vincent.
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