Yellowbelly Racer

Coluber constrictor flaviventris

Description 3

NOT venomous. Head only slightly wider than neck, smooth scales, round pupils. Body is olive brown to gray transitioning to yellow underneath. Typically 23 to 50 inches (64 to 127cm) in length. (J. R. Dixon and J. E. Werler, Texas Snakes: A Field Guide, University of Texas Press, 2000.)

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iNat Map

Type not venomous
Pupils round
Scales smooth
Colors brown, gray, yellow
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