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NORTHERN ROUGH GREEN SNAKE
Opheodrys aestivus aestivus

Northern Rough Green Snake - Opheodrys aestivus aestivus Opheodrys  aestivus  aestivus from   Victoria  County,   Texas
                                                                   Photo by John Williams
Northern Rough Green Snake - Opheodrys aestivus aestivus Opheodrys  aestivus  aestivus from  Anderson  County,  Texas
                                                                   Photo by Wayne Howell

Northern Rough Green Snake - Opheodrys aestivus aestivus  Opheodrys  aestivus  aestivus  from  Coryell   County,   Texas
                                                                      Photo by Eric Runfeldt



Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs throughout much of the eastern 2/3 of Texas.

Legal Status:  The Northern Rough Green Snake has no protected status in our region.


Northern Rough Green Snake - Opheodrys aestivus aestivus Opheodrys aestivus aestivus from Montgomery County, Texas
                                                                       Photo by Orry Martin
Range of Opheodrys aestivus aestivus Range of Opheodrys aestivus aestivus  Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR





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