Common Names: Hogdsons Ratsnake
Scientific Name: Orthriophis hodgsonii
First Described: GUNTHER, 1860
Adult Size: 120-210cm Males grow larger than females and typically exceed 140cm, whilst females reach a maximum of 130cm
Temperature & Humidity Range: Hodgson's Ratsnake requires a thermal gradient between 28°C (82°F) to 20°C (68°F). Provide a humid hide
Brumation: No data available
Reproduction: No data available
Known Mutations: None Known at Present
Captive Bred Localities:
Natural History: Orthriophis hodgsonii can be found from an altitude of 1000 to 3200m, it has a preference for moist areas, especially forests. It has also been found in dry forests however and edges of fields especially those that are in close proximity to water
Native To: China, India, Nepal
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IUCN Red List: Not Listed
China Species Red List: Vulnerable VU D2