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Re: Unknown Kingsnake


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Posted by Rick Staub on September 19, 2002 at 20:06:22:

In Reply to: Unknown Kingsnake posted by mrreptile on September 13, 2002 at 14:08:59:

It is hard to tell from the pic but since you say it is from Calif, it is probably the black belly form found in isolated populations throughout the Central Valley. I have some that are from Davis, CA. They kind of look like the Cape kingsnakes (used to be called nitida) but are more of a chocolate brown and their patterns are more irregular. Cool snakes,

:I purchased this snake (posted in photo gallery) when I bought it it was called a caped california king snake I have not been able to find any info on them it has a black body with coffee colored aberant designes that are outlined with silver please help if you know anything about this snake





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