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Re: Help Identify this garden visitor (snake) ?


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Posted by Jimmy on April 01, 2000 at 23:50:18:

In Reply to: Help Identify this garden visitor (snake) ? posted by Barbara on March 24, 19100 at 13:41:14:

: I know almost nothing about snakes so I leave them alone. A beautiful snake is thriving in my north Austin garden. About 18 inches long and as thick as a man's little finger. Snow white underside, back is brown and black checkers. Thin yellow stripe down center of back. Head is not a viperís, but thin and dark. Deffinately not a rattler. Iíve named him/her Mike, just want to know what type he is. Please answer to e-mail addy. Thanks.
checkered garter would be my guess



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