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Culebra negra

Leptotyphlos subcrotilus

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paulmassey 9 years ago

beautiful, looks similar to the "hawaiian blind snake", Ramphotyphlops braminus, not native to hawaii, found often in or near the compost pile. they are very quick and spill like mercury out of your hand.

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Parroquia Chacras, Provincia de El Oro, Ecuador

Spotted on Sep 30, 2011
Submitted on Sep 30, 2011

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