Adult killed on train tracks several days previous. This snake had smooth scales which differentiate it from black ratsnakes which are also found here. Observed and imaged by Steven G. Platt (on railroad tie). GTS 1376.
Map point is approximate.
Juvenile northern black racer found next to house.
Adult female found under plywood. Imaged only.
Opaque adult under tin. Imaged only. GTS 1150. UTA-DC 7381.
With Scott Quint and Brian Radenberg.
Adult male DOR on CR-26 at Ridge Road. GTS 588. Deposited in the NYSM (no accession number available).
Eating frog dismal
Coluber constrictor is a species of nonvenomous, colubrid snake, endemic to North America and Central America. Eleven subspecies, including the nominotypical subspecies, are recognized, which as a group are commonly referred to as the eastern racers.