Western Yellow-bellied Racer

Coluber constrictor mormon

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The western yellow-bellied racer (Coluber constrictor mormon), also known as the western yellowbelly racer, or western racer, is a snake species endemic to Western United States, including California, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado. It is a subspecies of the racer. It is nonvenomous, and is recognized by its long and very slender shape. It is visually similar to the eastern yellowbelly racer, which is also green, blue or brown with a yellow recognizable underbelly. Also...

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