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A Survey of the Herpetofauna of the Comanche National Grasslands in Southeastern Colorado

Appendix 7:

Photographs of selected habitat and species of amphibians and
reptiles observered during the 1995-1997 field seasons


JPG -- Great plains ratsnake
Great Plains ratsnake (Elaphe guttata emoryi). This species shows a scattered distribution in southeastern Colorado and appears to favor regions with hillsides, bluffs or dams. Also known as corn snakes, this species is distinguished by a spear point between the eyes, smooth unkeeled scales and a black checkered pattern on the ventral surface.
JPG -- Neonate Great Plains ratsnake
Neonate Great Plains ratsnake.

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