snakes , worm

snakes , worm
1. LAT Carphophis Geravis
2. RUS червевидные ужи pl, карфофисы pl
3. ENG worm [ground] snakes
4. DEU Wurmnattern pl, Wurmschlangen pl
5. FRA
Ареал обитания: Северная Америка

1. LAT Leptotyphlopidae Stejneger
2. RUS узкоротые змеи
3. ENG leptotyphlopids, thread [worm, slender blind] snakes
4. DEU Schlankblindschlangen, Engmundschlangen
5. FRA leptotyphlopidés
Ареал обитания: Африка, Азия, Южная Америка, Центральная Америка, Северная Америка

1. LAT Leptotyphlops Stejneger
2. RUS узкоротые змеи pl
3. ENG blind [worm] snakes
4. DEU Schlank-blindschlangen pl
5. FRA serpents pl minutes, leptotyphlops pl
Ареал обитания: Африка, Азия, Южная Америка, Центральная Америка, Северная Америка

1. LAT Typhlopidae Jan
2. RUS слепозмейки, слепуны
3. ENG worm [blind, blind burrowing] snakes
4. DEU Gewöhnliche Blindschlangen
5. FRA serpents à deux têtes, typhlopidés
Ареал обитания: космополит

1. LAT Typhlops Oppel
2. RUS слепозмейки pl
3. ENG worm [blind, double-ended, glass] snakes
4. DEU Eigentliche Blindschlangen pl
5. FRA typhlops pl, serpents pl à deux têtes
Ареал обитания: острова Карибского бассейна

Пятиязычный словарь названий животных. Амфибии и рептилии. — М.: Русский язык. . 1988.

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