California whipsnake

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Synonyms for California whipsnake

a whipsnake of scrublands and rocky hillsides

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The Alameda whipsnake, a non-venomous species, is sooty black in appearance, with distinct yellow-orange stripes running down each side.
lambs, rats, crickets and snails of God Christian and secular activists have filed a joint lawsuit against the US Fish and Wildlife Service in defense of seven endangered species: the Alameda whipsnake, the Zayante band-winged grasshopper, the Morro shoulderband snail, the San Bernardino kangaroo rat, the spectacled eider and the Steller's eider, and the arroyo toad.
The Alameda whipsnake (Masticophis lateralis euryxanthus), a slender and fast-moving reptile, is sooty black with distinct yellow-orange stripes running down each side.
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