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what type of snakes live in delaware

  • Northern Water Snake, Elaphe obsoleta, corn snake, milk snake, Common Garter Snake, Smooth Green Snake, Diadophis punctatus, Coluber constrictor, queen snake, Heterodon platirhinos, Storeria dekayi, Thamnophis sauritus septentrionalis, Opheodrys aestivus, Lampropeltis calligaster, Virginia valeriae, Nerodia erythrogaster and Cemophora coccinea copei.
  • Northern Water Snake
    Northern Water Snake

    Northern Water Snake, Nerodia sipedon, a large, well-known snake in the Colubridae family that is native to North America

  • Elaphe obsoleta
    Elaphe obsoleta

    Common names: black rat snake, pilot black snake, black snake

  • corn snake
    corn snake

    Corn Snake or Red Rat Snake, a species of Rat Snake

  • milk snake
    milk snake

    milk snake, a species of king snake

  • Common Garter Snake
    Common Garter Snake
    Common Garter Snake

    Common Garter Snake, a non-venomous snake indigenous to North America

  • Diadophis punctatus
    Diadophis punctatus

    Ringneck Snake, a species of harmless, although very mildly venomous colubrid snake

  • Coluber constrictor
    Coluber constrictor

    Coluber constrictor, a species of non-venomous, colubrid snakes commonly referred to as the eastern racers

  • queen snake
    queen snake

    Queen snake, a non-venomous member of the colubrid family of snakes

  • Heterodon platirhinos
    Heterodon platirhinos

    Heterodon platirhinos, a snake species found in North America

  • Storeria dekayi
    Storeria dekayi
    Storeria dekayi

    Brown Snake, a small species of colubrid snake native to most of the eastern half of the United States, through Mexico and into Central America

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