Lampropeltis triangulum


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Related to Lampropeltis triangulum: Opheodrys vernalis, Thamnophis sauritus
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Synonyms for Lampropeltis triangulum

nonvenomous tan and brown king snake with an arrow-shaped occipital spot

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publia Cope 1866 N X Geophis semidoliatus (Dumeril, Bibron y Dumeril 1854) E Imantodes cenchoa (Linnaeus 1758) Pr N X Lampropeltis triangulum (Lecepede 1788) A N X Leptodeira annulata (Linnaeus 1758) Pr N X L.
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.
Lampropeltis triangulum is known in the region only in the eastern part of Mackinac County; this population should be considered a relict one until additional collecting can prove otherwise.
Manitou Notophthalmus viridescens X X X Plethodon cinereus X X X X X Ambystoma laterale X X X Ambystoma maculatum X X Bufo americanus X X X X X X Hyla versicolor X Pseudacris crucifer X X* X X X Rana catesbeiana X X Rana clamitans X X X X Rana sylvatica X X Rana pipiens X X Chelydra serpentina X X X Chrysemys picta X X X X Thamnophis sirtalis X X X X X Thamnophis sauritus X X Nerodia sipedon X X X X X Storeria dekayi X Storeria occipitomaculata X X X Diadophis punctatus X X X X Liochlorophis vernalis X Lampropeltis triangulum X X X X Species Islands S.
Species that were associated primarily with grasslands were: Gastrophryne olivacea, Pseudacris triseriata, Ophisaurus attenuatus, Lampropeltis triangulum, Pituophis cantenifer, Tantilla gracilis and Tropidoclonion lineatum.
Trunk vertebrae of Lampropeltis triangulum (at least those from midcontinental North America) are distinctive based on their small size, low neural spines, depressed neural arches, and moderately to poorly developed hemal keels (Parmley, 1988b).