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Smith's Black-headed Snake

Tantilla hobartsmithi


About a foot long.


Desert scrubland


Found under a piece of wood in Saguaro National Park, Rincon Mountain District. Unknown to me at the time, these snakes are mildly venomous, though not dangerous to humans.

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Arizona, USA

Lat: 32.26, Long: -110.66

Spotted on Sep 24, 2014
Submitted on Sep 28, 2014

Spotted for Mission

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