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|Photographer: Joseph Dougherty
ID: 0000 0000 1108 1885 (2008-11-29)
Copyright © 2008 Joseph Dougherty, M.D./ecology.org
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|date of photo 2008
this photo depicts an animal that was captive or collected
photo location private reptile collection
animal's place of origin
Texas, USnotes Greyband Kingsnakes come from eastern New Mexico and the Trans-Pecos region of Southwestern Texas, extending into Northern Mexico. They can be found along arroyos, in rocky canyons, limestone ridges & rock piles, or occasionally in desert flats. The Greyband Kingsnake is a medium sized colubrid reaching adult lengths of approx 3-4 foot.camera Nikon D200photo category: Animal - Reptile
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS ANIMAL
Greyband Kingsnake, Grey Band Kingsnake, Blair's Kingsnake, Gray-banded Kingsnake, Grey-banded Kingsnake, (photographer)
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