corn snake

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Synonyms for corn snake

large harmless snake of southeastern United States

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However, the only study to address plasticity in relative mass of clutch directly, revealed that providing a high-energy diet to captive red cornsnakes (Pantherophis guttatus, oviparous) resulted in increased relative mass of clutch (Seigel and Ford, 1991).
For example, in the laboratory, Seigel and Ford (1991, 1992) demonstrated that variation in intake of energy had no effect on size of offspring in an oviparous (red cornsnake Pantherophis guttatus) and a viviparous snake (checkered garter-snake Thamnophis marcianus).
CORNSNAKES grow to an adult size of around 2 1/2 ft to 5ft.
WITH cornsnake babies you never know what you're going to get - gold and uniform or red, yellow, white or even purple and striped.
Temperature And Digestive Rate Of Cornsnakes, Elapheguttata.
Dr Cohen, who lectures at Warwick University, owns two cornsnakes and has a number of marine and freshwater fish himself.
A PUB landlord nipped into his cellar - and found a cornsnake curled up among the kegs.