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Related to Diadophis: ringneck snake
  • noun

Synonyms for Diadophis

a genus of reptiles of the family Colubridae including ringneck snakes

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sylvatica, Chelydra serpentina, Chrysemys picta, Emydoidea blandingii, Glyptemys insculpta, Graptemys geographica, Eumeces fasciatus, Diadophis punctatus, Elaphe vulpina, Lampropeltis triangulum, Nerodia sipedon, Opheodrys vernalis, Storeria dekay, S.
boa -- -- 1 Colubridae Colubridae genus et species unidentified -- 5 9 Coluber constrictor, racer x -- -- Contia tenuis, sharp-tailed snake x -- -- Diadophis punctatus, ring-necked snake x -- -- Diadophis/Tantilla -- 1 -- Hypsiglena torquata, night snake x -- -- Lampropeltis getula, common kingsnake x -- -- L.
Batrachoseps major, Uta stansburiana, Elgaria multicarinata, Diadophis punctatus, Hypsiglena torquata, Pituophis catenifer.
Fifteen individuals of seven species of snakes were collected including the brown snake, Storeria dekayi; the redbelly snake, Storeria occipitomaculata, the cottonmouth, Agkistrodon piscivorus; the ringneck snake, Diadophis punctatus; the eastern ribbon snake, Thamnophis sauritus; the black racer, Coluber constrictor; and the rough earth snake, Virginia striatula.
The vertebrae of Diadophis are rather generalized and similar to those of the small colubrid genera Gyalopion, Sonora, Hypsiglena and Tantilla.
laticeps (Schneider), broad- C, S headed skink Scincella lateralis (Say), ground skink S Family Colubridae (common snakes) Carphophis amoenus (Say), worm snake S Cemophora coccinea (Blumenbach), scarlet S snake Coluber constrictor Linnaeus, black racer I Clonophis kirtlandii (Kennicott), N, C, SE Kirtland's snake Diadophis punctatus (Linnaeus), S northern ringneck snake Elaphe obsoleta (Say), black rat snake I E.
fuscus avoid substrates conditioned with cues of Diadophis punctatus.
One salamander (Plethodon glutinosus), one turtle (Chrysemy picta), and six snakes (Coluber constrictor, Thamnophis sauritus, Lampropeltis calligaster, Heterodon platyrhinos, Diadophis punctatus, and Carphophis amoenus) reported by Whitaker (1994) were not observed in 1998.
Woodroaches, millipedes, beetles, and snakes of the genera Thamnophis and Diadophis are abundant.
rhinomegas and Diadophis arnyi--is of some interest, inasmuch as no such place name is to be found in recent gazetteers or atlases, even in the extremely detailed U.