Photo 1055205, (c) Carrie Seltzer, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC)

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Eastern Milksnake Lampropeltis triangulum

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carrieseltzer

Date

April 6, 2006

Description

This unusually colored milk snake was found in the rock wall on Dogwood Lane at Blandy Experimental Farm. The unusual coloration makes it superficially resemble a corn snake.

It was written up, along with other unusual patterns and emergence times, in the journal Banisteria (Virginia Natural History Society) with Joseph Mitchell. Link to pdf: http://virginianaturalhistorysociety.com/banisteria/pdf-files/ban28/Ban28_milksnake%20note.pdf

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