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Recent observations

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What

Pacific Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus ssp. amabilis

Observer

james3

Date

April 15, 2014

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Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus

Observer

laurentaake

Date

April 10, 2014 03:38 AM CDT

Description

Brief description of what you observed

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Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus

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croelke

Date

April 11, 2014 03:07 PM CDT

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Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus

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mfontenot22

Date

April 11, 2014 03:08 PM CDT

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What

San Bernardino Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus ssp. modestus

Observer

nhm_nature

Date

April 8, 2014 07:00 PM PDT

Description

"I photographed this beauty two days ago in my yard in Mount Washington. It was difficult to photograph one handed. I released the snake in my garden in the wood pile." - Daniel Marlos

A more detailed account of Daniel's observation can be found on his blog: http://www.whatsthatbug.com/2014/04/09/san-bernardino-ring-necked-snake-found-mount-washington/

This observation and photos were made by Daniel Marlos and sent to rascals@nhm.org.

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What

Pacific Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus ssp. amabilis

Observer

james3

Date

April 6, 2014

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What

Pacific Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus ssp. amabilis

Observer

acabrero

Date

April 1, 2014 11:49 AM PDT

Description

Found under serpentine rock

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Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus

Date

April 5, 2014

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Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus

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mfontenot22

Date

April 5, 2014 01:54 PM CDT

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Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus

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toby

Date

April 5, 2014 10:15 AM CDT

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Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus

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toby

Date

March 30, 2014 05:29 PM CDT

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What

Pacific Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus ssp. amabilis

Observer

spencerw350

Date

March 10, 2014 04:33 PM PDT

Description

It was about 10 inches long, maybe more.

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Description from Wikipedia

The ring-necked snake or ringneck snake, Diadophis punctatus, is a species of colubrid snake found throughout much of the United States, central Mexico, and southeastern Canada. Ring-necked snakes are secretive, nocturnal snakes, so are rarely seen during the day time. They are slightly venomous, but their nonaggressive nature and small, rear-facing fangs pose little threat to humans who wish to handle them. They are best known for their unique defense posture of curling up their tails,...

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