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Snake ID Kingston, On. 2018-09-06


Best Answer VoidElecent , June 9 2018 - 9:54 AM

Lampropeltis triangulum, 'Eastern Milk Snake'.

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#1 Offline rbarreto - Posted June 9 2018 - 8:46 AM

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Found this snake while looking for some queens that flew last night. She is so small (she is on a brick in the picture) and cute. Kinda looks like a Milkshake but I'm not sure. Found her on the edge of a forest. Never seen a snake that is white and red like that.

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Edited by rbarreto, June 9 2018 - 9:32 AM.

My journal featuring:

Aphaenogaster picea

Lasius claviger

Lasius umbratus

Lasius sp. (black workers)

Lasius sp. (yellow/orange workers)

Formica pallidefulva (northern color form)

Prenolepis imparis

Camponotus pennsylvanicus

Camponotus novaeboracensis

Temnothorax cf. curvispinosus

Tetramorium immigrans ( 2 polygynous, 1 monogynous)

 


#2 Offline VoidElecent - Posted June 9 2018 - 9:54 AM   Best Answer

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Lampropeltis triangulum, 'Eastern Milk Snake'.


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#3 Offline rbarreto - Posted June 9 2018 - 10:03 AM

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Oh wow, these are a threatened species here in Ontario.


My journal featuring:

Aphaenogaster picea

Lasius claviger

Lasius umbratus

Lasius sp. (black workers)

Lasius sp. (yellow/orange workers)

Formica pallidefulva (northern color form)

Prenolepis imparis

Camponotus pennsylvanicus

Camponotus novaeboracensis

Temnothorax cf. curvispinosus

Tetramorium immigrans ( 2 polygynous, 1 monogynous)

 





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