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Smith's Black-headed snake3 locationsReptile/Amphibian
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Mar 27 2014
Margies Cove Trail
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Mar 27 2014
Margies Cove Trail
TypeReptile/Amphibian
FamilyColubridae - Snakes - non-venomous
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Tantilla hobartsmithi

a small slender light brown, tan, or gray snake with a dark gray-brown or black head cap. The head cap is straight or slightly convex on its rear edge and extends back only 3 or fewer small scales behind the parietal furrow (central seam between rear-most large head scales). A red, pink, or orange stripe runs down the center of the belly. The scales are smooth and the small head is barely distinct from the neck. There are enlarged, grooved teeth in the rear upper jaw. It eats insects invertebrates. (source: www.reptilesofaz.org)
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