The southern black racer (Coluber constrictor priapus) is one of the more
common subspecies of nonvenomous Coluber constrictor snakes in the
Biology: The Black Racer snake, known as Coluber constrictor priapus, is one of
the most common types of nonvenomous snakes in the southern United States.
Description: As their name implies, black racers are relatively large -- to 60 in (
152 ... Black racers are found throughout the eastern U.S., from southern Maine
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hunting lizards when I spotted it and started to record as it scurried ...
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The southern black racer will eat just about any prey that it can subdue including
insects, rodents, frogs and lizards. Occasionally these large nonvenomous ...
They range in color from blue in the north to black in the south and yellow and
gray in the ... Racers are found from southern Canada to Guatemala and almost ...
Of these, only the black racer and southern ring-necked snake (also described
here) are commonly found in residential areas. Additional information about ...
The latter two—eastern indigo and black racer—are the species most often
referred to as ... The eastern indigo snake and southern black racer are given
Jun 25, 2003 ... Black Racer <image courtesy of Dr. Martin J. Rosenberg> ... Southern Maine
west to northeastern Ohio, south to northern Alabama, Georgia ...