Striped Crayfish Snake

Regina alleni

Summary 7

Regina alleni, the striped crayfish snake, is a species of North American snake that derives its common name from its principal prey, crayfish. This snake is also called the striped swamp snake. It is endemic to peninsular Florida.

Distribution 8

Regina alleni is distributed broadly throughout much of Florida, except for the Florida Keys and the westernmost part of the panhandle. The species extends into extreme southern Georgia, with museum records from six counties.

Biogeographic Regions: nearctic (Native )

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