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Sonoran Coachwhip Snake

Masticophus flagellum cingulum


Pink Snake


I see these pink snakes all the time during the summer months. They move very fast and grow long. This snake was up in a tree and was over 6 feet long. Beautiful pink color. Sometimes you see them spotted with black, I think that it may have to do with their growth.

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Sonoran coachwhip
Masticophus flagellum cingulum Sonoran Coachwhip - Masticophus flagellum cingulum

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EvelynWilson 11 years ago

Thankyou very much for the ID S Frazier!

rutasandinas 11 years ago


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Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico

Spotted on Jun 16, 2012
Submitted on Dec 15, 2012

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