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NATURE: Reptile Species  


Suitable habitats occur on the study area with a high probability of occurrence for the following reptile species:

Ceochelone pardalis
Kinixys beliana

Pelomedusa subrufa

Pleusios sinuatus

Typhlops bibronii

Typhlops lalandei

Typhlops schlegelii

Leptotyphlops longicaudatus

Leptotyphlops conjunctus

Leptotyphlops scutifrons

Leptotyphlops distanti

Python sebae

Lycodonomorphus rufulus

Lamprophis fuliginosus

Lamprophis inornatus

Lamprophis guttatus

Lamprophis aurora

Lamprophis swazicus

Lycophidion capense

Lycophidion variegatum

Mehelya capensis

Mehelya nyassae

Duberria lutrix

Pseudoaspis cana

Amplorhinus multimaculatus

Prosymna sundevallii

Prosymna bivittata

Prosymna ambigua

Hemirhagerrhis nototaenia

Rhamphiophis oxyrhynchus

Psammophylax rhombeatus

Psammophylax tritaeniatus

Psammophis subtaeniatus

Psammophis angolenis

Psammophis sibilans

Psammophis phillipsii

Psammophis crucifer

Atractaspis bibronii

Aparallactus capensis

Amblyodipsas concolor

Amblyodipsas polylepis

Homoroselaps lacteus

Philothamnus semivariegatus

Philothamnus hoplogaster

Dasypeltis scrbra


Frogs

Suitable habitats occur in the study area with a high probability of occurance for the following frog species:

Bufo gutturalis
Bufo maculatus

Bufo rangeri

Schismaderma carens

Hyperolius marmoratus

Kassina senegalensis

Breviceps adspersus

Breviceps mossambicus

Phrynobatrachus natalensis

Xenophus laevis

Afrana angolensis

Ptycadena anchietae

Tomopterna natalensis