Myriopholis boueti


Range: Northwestern Africa, from Senegal to Chad and northern Cameroon


Bouet’s worm snake is a recorded from a massive sub-Saharan band in northern Africa, from the western coast east to Chad, but it is yet very little-studied and without any reliable reference images to be found. No information could be located on size, coloration, or distinguishing features for this species.


Habitat: unknown, presumed to be sub-Saharan savannahs and forests under soil and litter.


Prey: Unknown, likely ant and termite larvae.


Lifespan and reproduction: lifespan unknown, likely under 7 years. Oviparous.


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