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Western Coachwhip

Masticophis flagellum testaceus

Description:

Western Coachwhips can be a variety of colors (black, reddish, tan, etc). All the ones I've seen in the Texas Hill Country have been this really light yellow like the one in the photo. This one was a good ~5 feet long.

Notes:

This coachwhip is in an Ashe Juniper.

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1 Comment

Cody.conway
Cody.conway 10 years ago

Love it! More herp spottings.

jilltwussow
Spotted by
jilltwussow

Leakey, Texas, USA

Spotted on Jul 25, 2009
Submitted on Feb 25, 2013

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