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Lampropeltis triangulum, commonly known as a milk snake or milksnake is a species of king snake. There are 24 subspecies of milk snakes. Lampropeltis ...


Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum, commonly known as the eastern milk snake or eastern milksnake, is a subspecies of Lampropeltis triangulum.


PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: The eastern milk snake has a tan or gray ground color and three to five rows of reddish-brown, black-edged dorsal blotches.


Jan 12, 2016 ... Milk snakes are colorful, banded, nonvenomous snakes found throughout the Americas.


Habitat: A habitat generalist, this milk snake is found in woodlands, meadows, pastures, at the edges of water courses, amidst talus, under artificial cover, and in  ...


Description: Scarlet Kingsnake (L. triangulum elapsoides): Scarlet kingsnakes are considerably smaller than milk snakes and reach lengths of 14 – 20 in (36-51  ...


The eastern milksnake can be varied in its coloration. It has a whitish-gray body with red, brown, tan or black on its back. It can be mostly gray, mostly, brown or ...


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Jun 25, 2003 ... Eastern Milk Snake <image courtesy of Dr. Marting J. Rosenberg>. Habitat: Woods, meadows, river bottoms, farms and cities; Adult body ...