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Queen Snake

Regina septemvittata


Light brown snake with yellowish stripe on side and yellowish underside. Medium sized (I can't guess its length accurately enough). These snakes like to live near water. They're good swimmers and eat mainly crayfish.


Edge of Candler Lake at Emory. Found resting on a thick branch low over the water. When disturbed, it slid off the branch into the water.

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Mandy Hollman
Mandy Hollman 10 years ago

Thanks! I was super excited to find this beauty. :)

rutasandinas 10 years ago

Fabuloso bella serpiente::

PaddySomerville 10 years ago

lovely snake

Mandy Hollman
Spotted by
Mandy Hollman

Georgia, USA

Spotted on Apr 8, 2013
Submitted on Apr 9, 2013

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