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GregRobinson Eastern diamond backed rattle snake
Eastern diamond backed rattle snake commented on by GregRobinson Florida, USA8 years ago

Noooooooooooooooo

GregRobinson Eastern hognose
Eastern hognose commented on by GregRobinson Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, USA9 years ago

Never seen one like that; looks like it might be melanistic or some other aberrant pattern. Very cool.

GregRobinson Eastern Garter Snake
Eastern Garter Snake commented on by GregRobinson Connecticut, USA9 years ago

He mad.

GregRobinson DOR Coral snake
DOR Coral snake commented on by GregRobinson Lockhart, Texas, USA9 years ago

Bummer! Such a gorgeous animal.

GregRobinson Diamond-backed Watersnake
Diamond-backed Watersnake commented on by GregRobinson Texas, USA9 years ago

Definitely a diamondback water snake, Nerodia rhombifer. And chunky!

GregRobinson Western Terrestrial Garter Snake
Western Terrestrial Garter Snake commented on by GregRobinson Idaho, USA9 years ago

It's got to be some species of gartersnake, but I'm not familiar with the ones up there.

GregRobinson Scarlet Snake
Scarlet Snake commented on by GregRobinson Beaufort, South Carolina, USA9 years ago

Gorgeous find!

GregRobinson Three-toed Amphiuma
Three-toed Amphiuma commented on by GregRobinson Jonesboro, Arkansas, USA9 years ago

I'm a herpetology grad student here in Jonesboro, and there are lots of rice fields south of here where the runoff ditches are, apparently, filled with these. We had an empty aquarium from hellbender research in our lab so we decided to take one back for display/education, and I couldn't get a good photo of one in the field.

GregRobinson Lizard
Lizard commented on by GregRobinson Brownsville, Texas, USA9 years ago

That's a brown anole, Anolis sagrei.

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