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Lampropeltis alterna; Greyband Kingsnake   

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Lampropeltis alterna
Lampropeltis alterna
Greyband Kingsnake
Photographer: Joseph Dougherty

ID: 0000 0000 1108 1886 (2008-11-29)

Copyright © 2008 Joseph Dougherty, M.D./

  • 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, US
  • notes   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 D200
  • photo category: Animal - Reptile

  • common names   Greyband Kingsnake, Grey Band Kingsnake, Blair's Kingsnake, Gray-banded Kingsnake, Grey-banded Kingsnake (photographer)
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