Sinomicrurus kelloggi, also known as Kellog's coral snake or Kellogg's coral snake, is a venomous species of snake in the family Elapidae. It is found in Vietnam, northern Laos, and southern China. The holotype measures 774 mm, of which 70 mm consist of the tail. This species has a black head and has a white V-shaped spot. Its back is purple-brown and stained with 22 black transverse markings with light rims. Its ventral side is milky white stained with 49 black marks of variable size.
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