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Synonyms for Storeria

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1981) were the Bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianns), Eastern Racer (Coluber constrictor), Smooth Green Snake (Liochlorophis vernalis), Redbelly Snake (Storeria occipitomaculata), and Lined Snake (Tropidoclonion lineatum).
Redbelly Snakes occur mainly across eastern parts of the United States, but disjunct populations reside in the plains states (Ernst, 2002; Fogell, 2010).
We documented Redbelly Snakes on Mormon and Shoemaker islands in both wooded and grassland habitats, but individuals were only captured in grasslands located near (< 500 m) woodlands.
Redbelly Snakes appear to require wooded habitats in the Platte River valley (this study), as the species does in eastern parts of its distribution (Triplehorn, 1948; Smith, 1963).
In the spring of 2001 there were ten brown snakes, 20 eastern garter snakes, one eastern plains garter, six northern water snakes, one black rat snake (Elaphe obsoleta obsoleta) and one redbelly snake for a total of 39 snakes.