Sand Snake Psammophis condanarus is a species of snake found in northern India, Pakistan and Nepal.
Rostral as deep as broad, visible from above; nasal divided or semidivided; internasals rather more than half the length of the prefrontals; frontal very narrow, as long as or longer than its distance from the end of the snout, as long as the parietals; loreal about twice as long as deep; pr©ocular single, not extending to the frontal; two postoculars; temporals 1+2 or 1+3, rarely 2+3; upper labials 8, fourth and fifth entering the eye; 4 lower labials in contact with the anterior chin-shields, which are as long as the posterior. Scales in 17 rows Ventrals 156-182; anal divided; subcaudals 75-90. Pale olive-brown, with two pairs of more or less distinct dark bands each two scales wide j these bands, the lower of which passes through the eye, ofteu black-edged; upper lip and lower parts uniform yellowish, with a dark line along each side of the ventrals and subcaudals. Total length 3 feet; tail 9 inches.
Race indochinensis is found in Thailand, Myanmar (Burma), Cambodia
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