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Snake ID please


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Posted by Dexter6185 on May 13, 2003 at 12:30:06:

In Reply to: Snake ID please posted by Greg Longhurst on May 13, 2003 at 04:46:45:

::I am not sure if these snakes range up into Georgia yet, but it would not surprise me. What you describe sounds like the Brahminy blind snake. If that is what it is, it is non-venomous & will not get much larger. It is an exotic that probably got here via potting soil in shipments of exotic plants for the nursery trade.

: ~~Greg~~


I was thinking along the lines of an Earth snake, possibly a Rough Earth snake. But the description of the eyes does sound like that of a blind snake, though the Brahminy blind snake looks to be restricted to a few large populations in southern Fl.



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