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The colubrid snakes of the genus Dendrelaphis are widely distributed, ranging from Pakistan in the west to the northern and eastern coast of Australia in the east and south and to southern China in the north. Dendrelaphis are slender snakes with diurnal habits. They are predominantly arboreal and feed mainly on lizards and amphibians. (Vogel and van Rooijen 2011 and references therein)


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