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Midwestern Worm Snake

Carphophis amoenus helenae




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9 Comments

NoahFields
NoahFields a year ago

??? Maybe we are thinking of different snakes. Worm snakes are very docile, and far from the smallest snake.

noi.valencia
noi.valencia a year ago

they are very agressive,and probably the worls smallest snakes in the world.great job..!

noi.valencia
noi.valencia a year ago

ive seen this cute snake maybe 6X in my whole life,the last time i spotted this snake i think it was 2010.i hope i can spot once again,

namitha
namitha 2 years ago

Awesome spotting and great photography skills like CarolSnow said.

NoahFields
NoahFields 2 years ago

Thanks alot!

CarolSnowMilne
CarolSnowMilne 2 years ago

U have a real talent with photography at your young age. Keep it up! And liking your spots.

Chris Carille
Chris Carille 2 years ago

Nice Noah! You may want to add to the description about them being captive hatched from a wild individual and about the quarter being used for size reference.

NoahFields
NoahFields 2 years ago

Yep. Thanks.

KevinBBabbitt
KevinBBabbitt 2 years ago

Ah sweet are these the ones that you hatched from the found eggs? Nice pics

Georgia, USA

Lat: 33.39, Long: -84.98

Spotted on Aug 11, 2012
Submitted on Aug 11, 2012

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