Glossy Crayfish Snake

Regina rigida

Summary 7

Regina rigida, commonly known as the crayfish snake, is a species of snake endemic to the southeastern United States.

Range description 8

This species is endemic to the southeast of the United States. Its range extends from Virginia (Buhlman et al. 1993, Herpetological Review 24: 156-157) to northern Florida, west to eastern Texas and southeastern Oklahoma; most of the range is on the Coastal Plain, except in the northwestern portion (Webb 1970, Mount 1975, Dundee and Rossman 1989, Conant and Collins 1991, Palmer and Braswell 1995, Werler and Dixon 2000, Ernst and Ernst 2003, Gibbons and Dorcas 2004, Trauth et al. 2004).

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