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Helicops angulatus broad-banded water snake according to recent proposals is presently cited in the family Dipsadidae, subfamily Xenodontinae, forming the tribe Hydropsini along with the genera Hydrops and Pseudoeryx.
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Brown-banded water snake
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Helicops angulatus (Linnaeus, 1758)
The brown-banded water snake Helicops angulatus is a species of aquatic snake found in tropical South America and Trinidad and Tobago. Dorsally , it is olive or gray-brown, with dark brown, black-edged crossbands, which narrow at the sides, and are usually confluent with the black crossbands of the belly. There is a large dark rhomboid on the nape. Ventrally, it is yellowish in alcohol with black crossbands or black spots. The dorsal scales are strongly keeled, even on the occiput and nape, and are arranged in 19 rows.