Identifying Texas Snake

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Found in south of Texas P.o by Matthijs Hollanders .///p.os/mhollanders . Texas Blind Snake Leptotyphlops dulcis. Common NameTexas Blind Snake. Scientific NameLeptotyphlops dulcis. FamilySlender blind snakes. Average Length28cm. ReproductionEggs. Number of Offspring4. VenomNon- ."Wow, thanks for the quick reply. Yes, that is the snake I saw. Thank you so much for the information. I told my kindergarten clabout it and we looked on your site to identify some of the snakes in Texas and see if we could find my snake. They will be thrilled with this information too! I can 't wait to show them the pictures!. - Website created toist in the identification of snakes in North Texas. North TX snakes can be difficult to ID. This website can help with the identification of snakes of North TX like Cottonmouth, water moccasin, rat snake, TX ratsnake, Watersnake..4005 thumb Common Snakes Identification Guide for the Houston Area. Guide to distinguishing venomous from nonvenomous species common to the Houston area. Physical descriptions from Texas Snakes: A Field Guide, James R. Dixon and John E. Werler, University of Texas Press, 2000. All 28; Colors; black 20 brown .

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