Black snake may refer to: Snakes: Agkistrodon piscivorus, a.k.a. the cottonmouth,
a venomous pitviper species found in North America; Coluber constrictor, ...
Read this article to find out some common myths about black snakes and how to
deal with any close encounters you might have in your yard or garden.
Black Rat Snake Biology: In general, black rat snakes are a medium-sized snake.
Their average length is between 40 to 70 inches. The widest point of the ...
The Black Rat Snake is the largest snake in Virginia, growing up to eight feet long
. ... A full-grown Black Rat Snake has few predators other than humans.
The black rat snake, as the name implies, is completely black except for a white
chin. Hatchlings of the black rat snake have a pale grey background with black ...
The black swampsnake inhabits coastal areas from North Carolina to Florida (
Figure 1). This small snake (10–15 inches) has smooth scales, a glossy black
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: This species is plain, shiny black, at times showing
traces of a spotted pattern when the skin is distended. The light areas are chiefly
May 15, 2011 ... While on the job, i found this snake. I saw the dang thing crawl right past my leg!
Then i saw it do this. No, i did not kill it.
Natural History. Description: The Black Ratsnake is one of the most common
snakes found in West Virginia. It is considered to be the state's largest serpent.
Lampropeltis nigra (Eastern Black Kingsnake) Average Length: 36 - 45 in. (90 -
114 cm). Virginia Wildlife Action Plan Rating: Tier III ...