ⓘ Milk snake

                                     

ⓘ Milk snake

Lampropeltis triangulum, commonly known as a milk snake or milksnake, is a species of kingsnake, 24 subspecies are currently recognized. Lampropeltis elapsoides, the scarlet kingsnake, was formerly classified as the subspecies L. t. elapsoides, but is now recognized as a distinct species. The subspecies have strikingly different appearances, and many of them have their own common names. Some authorities suggest that this species could be split into several separate species. They are not venomous or otherwise dangerous to humans.

                                     
  • commonly known as the black milk snake is a nonvenomous subspecies of milk snake It is the largest known milk snake Black milk snakes are found in the mountains
  • Lampropeltis annulata, commonly known as the Mexican milk snake is a nonvenomous species of milk snake This reptile is native to the hot semi - arid regions
  • commonly known as the Pueblan milk snake or Campbell s milk snake is an egg laying species of nonvenomous colubrid snake It is commonly bred in captivity
  • Lampropeltis micropholis, commonly known as the Ecuadorian milk snake is a species of milk snake Species Lampropeltis micropholis at The Reptile Database
  • as the Honduran milk snake is an egg laying species of nonvenomous colubrid snake It is one of the more commonly bred milk snakes in captivity and
  • as the Sinaloan milk snake is an egg laying subspecies of nonvenomous colubrid snake It is one of the most commonly bred milk snakes in captivity. It
  • known as the Andean milksnake, is an alpine subspecies of milk snake These colorful snakes are covered in stripes of red, black, and yellow, often with
  • known as the eastern milk snake or eastern milksnake, is a subspecies of Lampropeltis triangulum. The nonvenomous, colubrid snake is indigenous to eastern
  • commonly known as the red milk snake or red milksnake, is a subspecies of Lampropeltis triangulum. The nonvenomous, colubrid snake is indigenous to the central
  • Lampropeltis abnorma, commonly known as the Guatemalan milk snake Species Lampropeltis abnorma at The Reptile Database
  • subspecies of milk snake used. For example, a Honduran milk snake corn snake is called a Cornduran, a Sinaloan milk snake corn snake is called a Sinacorn