indigo snake

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Synonyms for indigo snake

large dark-blue nonvenomous snake that invades burrows

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At position 21, Pro is present in Leaf-nosed viper, Eastern diamondback rattlesnake and Texas indigo snake is replaced with Ala or Gly in others.
In contrast to [alpha] chain, the [beta] chain of Leaf-nosed viper has highest similarity 93.3% with Texas indigo snake and least similarity 70% with Indian cobra.
These include: Blue-lipped sea krait (Eguchi and Eguchi, 2002), Indian cobra (Naqvi et al., 1994), Black-banded sea krait (Eguchi and Eguchi, 2003), Small-headed sea snake (Islam et al., 1990), Indigo snake (Stoeckelhuber et al., 2005) and Indian Python (Gorr et al., 1998).
Florida: Lake George & Tiger Bay State Forests: flatwood salamander, striped newt, Eastern indigo snake. Eastern diamondback rattlesnake, Florida pine snake, and gopher tortoise; St.
To know the extent of the problem, scientists need to study the indigo snake throughout its range.
She is, in fact, one of 74 eastern indigo snakes that Smith has outfitted with radio transmitters during the past three years while trying to answer basic questions about the life of North America's largest snakes.
One of the area's favorite parks, full of Florida scrub jays, gopher tortoise, gopher frogs and indigo snakes. Consists of pine flatwoods and several lakes; you can hike the trails or take to the water in a kayak or canoe.
The O2O corridor provides an important habitat for the Florida Black Bear and endangered species like the red-cockaded woodpecker, indigo snakes and gopher tortoises.
Their neighbors include bald eagles, fox squirrels, indigo snakes and butterfly orchids.
The beneficiaries from what will be a total of 220,000 trees of 60 native species include: ocelots, red-headed parrots, and indigo snakes, as well as an increase in the potential for ecotourism and bird-watching.
Black bears move through the corridor, which also provides habitat connectivity for endangered species like the red-cockaded woodpecker, indigo snakes and gopher tortoises.