Colubridae

In southern Arizona and northern Sonora, the neotropical vine snake (Oxybelis aeneus) lives in temperate oak woodland, canyon riparian woodland, desert-grassland, and pine-oak woodland communities...

Type of Content: Reports, Papers, Journal Articles
Trimorphodon lambda choked to death trying to eat Clark's spiny lizard

This Sonoran lyresnake's eyes were bigger than it's stomach!

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Coluber mentovarius, Neotropical Whipsnake
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Black-necked gartersnake
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Sonora semiannulata (groundsnake)
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Black-necked gartersnake in ash leaves
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Drymarchon corais, indigo snake
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Coluber bilineatus
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Drymarchon corais, indigo snake
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Thamnophis cyrtopsis- black-necked gartersnake

black-necked gartersnake

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Long-nosed snake

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Mexican Gartersnake

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Mexican Gartersnake

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Hooded Nightsnake seen near Moctezuma, Sonora.

This snake presumed to be a new species is un-named as of 2011.

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Hypsiglena - unnamed species - Hooded Nightsnake

Hooded Nightsnake

This snake is un-named as of 2011.

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Masticophis mentovarius

This location is the northernmost record for this species so far.

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