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Ringneck Snake

Diadophis punctatus

Description:

Small snake, approximately 10" long. Has characteristic ring just behind base of head.

Habitat:

Typically dry upland areas, commonly along fallen trees and rotten logs

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2 Comments

Aaron_G
Aaron_G 9 years ago

Scientific name added.

Aaron_G
Aaron_G 9 years ago

Hi there. Since you know the identity of your organism, please go ahead and fill in the scientific name field. This allows the spotting to fully enter the database and become complete, letting groups and individuals to use the data and find your spotting. It also takes the spotting off the "unidentified" list. Thank you!

Here's a great Project Noah blog entry that explains the spotting process:
http://blog.projectnoah.org/post/2870249...

andevansfishing
Spotted by
andevansfishing

Asheville, North Carolina, USA

Spotted on Jun 4, 2012
Submitted on Aug 6, 2012

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