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Florida Pine Snake

Pituophis melanoleuca mugitis


An endemic, threatened subspecies of the Pine Snake. This lady was perhaps 2.5 feet long, gorgeous, and seemed to enjoy the attention. She lives at the nature center at Wekiva Springs State Park. (the gentleman is our instructor).


Pine habitats , wherever there are Florida Gopher Tortoises. They Live in the tortoise's burrows . Snake doesn't bother the tortoise, and the tortoise doesn't seem to mind having a squatter residing with it !

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Hi Karen, if you're still having trouble, please use the "Support" chat and someone will help you out :)

MrsPbio 6 years ago

I tried several times... I got either an error message or it would just revert to the original. I'll try again in the morning on my laptop. ;)

Hi Karen, this is a beautiful snake. Great information for it too! Would you mind cropping the image so the snake is the focus of the image rather than the instructor? Thank you in advance!

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Apopka, Florida, USA

Lat: 28.70, Long: -81.47

Spotted on Sep 13, 2012
Submitted on Sep 14, 2012

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