Crotalus adamanteus

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Synonyms for Crotalus adamanteus

large deadly rattlesnake with diamond-shaped markings

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It was a beautiful Saturday morning on the flight deck of USS Kitty Hawk (CV-63), and Diamond-back 106 was getting ready to launch.
A diamond-back knurl allows more torque to be applied, and an integrated hexagonal section enables the use of a wrench or crow's foot for even more torque.
As I stepped out, I looked down to see a foot away a 5-foot diamond-back rattler slithering his way toward me.
He also says Diadegma insulare, a naturally occurring parasitoid that attacks diamondbacks, builds in numbers in the collards and helps keep diamond-back populations in check.
I did a couple of minor westerns after that but got fed up pretending to be a diamond-back rattlesnake.
Science fair award winners, diamond-back terrapins and even baby oysters will be some of the stars at Asbury~Solomons Island's Earth Day celebration on April 23 from 10:00 a.