Buckeye Herps Blog

A photographic journal of the reptiles and amphibians of Ohio, Michigan and other places interesting wildlife call home.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Herp ID Help: 3

I usually first see these pictures on my phone. It is fairly easy to identify the animal most of the time, even on the small screen. Sometimes I have to look a little harder or pull it up on a computer screen.

Most of the images are accompanied by concern that a rattlesnake is in their home.

Click for snake ID:

Eastern Milk Snake Lampropeltis triangulum

This one intially looked a little like a northern watersnake on my small phone screen. What did you first think?


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