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Southeastern Crowned Snake

Tantilla coronata

Description:

Spotted in an upland forest under a log in east-central Alabama.

Habitat:

Prefers relatively dry and wooded habitats (often pine and oak), with an abundance of rocks, logs, or rotting stumps on the surface.

Notes:

Endemic to southeastern US.

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marylou.wildlife
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marylou.wildlife

Alabama, USA

Spotted on Aug 7, 2011
Submitted on Sep 15, 2011

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