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Black kingsnake (young of the year)

Lampropeltis nigra


iPhone photo of one of this year's babies.

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LisaPowers 6 years ago

Congrats! This spotting has been featured as a PN Fact of the Day!

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Black kingsnake (Lampropeltis nigra) spotted in Tennessee, USA by PN user KarenL:

James McNair
James McNair 6 years ago

Karen do you have any idea on the current membership number on PN? Just curious. Thank you!

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Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee, USA

Spotted on Oct 13, 2014
Submitted on Oct 14, 2014

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