Snakes of North America: Eastern and Central Regions
Providing thorough descriptions of almost 200 species, this guide presents thousands of facts and figures that will help you identify, understand, and appreciate these important and remarkable animals. Each species and subspecies account includes the latest findings on abundance, size, reproductive habits, prey, habitat, behavior and venomous/nonvenomous status.
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Abundance Common adult Amphibians anal plate animals antivenin areas bands Behavior belly beneath bite black rat snake blind snakes blotches brown snake burrowing central color phase Coloring/scale form constrictor copperheads coral snake cottonmouths County crayfish snake crown dark dorsal scales dorsolateral earth snake eastern eastern garter snake eastern yellow-bellied racer eggs female Florida foraging frogs garter genus Glossy Snake gray ground color Gulf Habitat inches in length individuals intergrades juvenile keeled kingsnake labial scales lizards Louisiana midbody rows milk snakes Nonvenomous North northern occur pale pattern pigment pine snakes pitvipers Plains plate is undivided posterior prairie predators prey race range rat snake rattlesnake Reproduction Egg-laying Reproduction Live-bearing reptiles ribbon snake rodents rostral scale rows of dorsal scale rows Scarlet Kingsnake scarlet snakes serpents Similar snakes snout southern species subspecies tail Texas Trans-Pecos upper labial scales venom venter vertebral vertebral stripe water snakes western Whipsnake woodland yellow