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PHOTO OF THE MONTH - APRIL, 2015

Texas Scarlet Snake - Cemophora coccinea lineri
SWCHR  member  D.  Craig  McIntyre   of   Rockport,  Texas   discovered   and   photographed   this   Texas  Scarlet  Snake
(Cemophora coccinea lineri) in Aransas County  along the Texas Gulf Coast.  This subspecies is represented by only a small
number  of  specimens  documented  from  several  counties  along  the  Texas Coastal Bend  and  adjucant  South  Texas.  It
is protected as a Threatened Species by the State of Texas.                                                                     Photo by D. Craig McIntyre





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