Mud Snake

Farancia abacura

Summary 7

The mud snake(Farancia abacura) is a species of nonvenomous, semiaquatic, colubrid snake endemic to the southeastern United States.

Range description 8

This species is endemic to the southeast of the United States. Its range encompasses the Coastal Plain from southeastern Virginia to southern Florida, west to eastern Texas, and north in the Mississippi Valley to southern Illinois (Conant and Collins 1991, Mitchell 1994, Tennant 1997, Phillips et al. 1999, Johnson 2000, Werler and Dixon 2000, Minton 2001, Ernst and Ernst 2003, Trauth et al. 2004).

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