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    • Elapidae
    • Hydrophiidae
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    • Coralillos, cobras y parientes
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    • Elapid Snakes

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aantonio22

Date

May 14, 2015

Description

el ejemplar fue encontrado y ejecutado por un poblador de la localidad

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What

Texas Coral Snake Micrurus tener

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cooper

Date

May 21, 2015 11:16 AM CDT

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Texas Coral Snake Micrurus tener ssp. tener

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sandboa

Date

August 2, 1984

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Texas Coralsnake Micrurus tener

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coltondr

Date

May 20, 2015 12:06 PM CDT

Description

Dead on road

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Yellow-bellied Sea Snake Hydrophis platurus

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seanhiggins

Date

March 20, 2013

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king cobra Ophiophagus hannah

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kcdba

Date

March 14, 2015

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

In captivity King Cobras are very difficult to care for, as “Feeder Snakes” are hard to come by in quantity and are very expensive. For these reasons, some King Cobra keepers have been successful with a feeding technique called “Odor Manipulation”. With this technique, some snakes have slowly been converted to eat other easier obtained food items by rubbing dead snakes over them 1st. I thought our readers would find this bit of King Cobra Husbandry helpful in managing their own King Cobra collection

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Calliophis macclellandi Sinomicrurus macclellandi

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yuchingtam

Date

May 17, 2015

Place

Hong Kong (Google, OSM)

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Texas Coral Snake Micrurus tener

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andrewdavies9000

Date

May 16, 2015

Description

Martin trail- seen crossing trail

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lisa_bennett

Date

January 9, 2012

Description

This snake was found freshly dead by some children. It was under a rock right at the edge of the ocean, and it looked like when one of the children jumped on the rock it moved a little and crushed the snake. Luckily no child was bitten!

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Serpiente coralillo nayarita Micrurus proximans

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jesuslocbarragan

Date

the past

Place

(Somewhere...)

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Sea Kraits Genus Laticauda

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lisa_bennett

Date

September 23, 2013

Place

Padang bai (Google, OSM)

Description

This sea snake came ashore itself - it was moving very slowly and heavily. It didn't seem concerned by the presence of people on the beach.

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Texas Coralsnake (Micrurus tener) Micrurus tener

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lancek

Date

May 12, 2015 07:14 PM CDT

Description

Devils River SNA - crossing main road 8:15pm temp@84(f)

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Description from Wikipedia

Elapidae (Greek ἔλλοψ éllops, "sea-fish") is a family of venomous snakes found in tropical and subtropical regions around the world, terrestrially in Asia, Australia, Africa, North America, and South America, and aquatically in the Pacific and Indian Oceans.

No range data available.