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MISSISSIPPI GREEN WATER SNAKE
Nerodia cyclopion

Mississippi Green Water Snake - Nerodia cyclopion Nerodia cyclopion from Chambers Co., Tx. Photo by John Williams Mississippi Green Water Snake - Nerodia cyclopion Nerodia cyclopion from Chambers Co., Tx. Photo by John Williams

Mississippi Green Water Snake - Nerodia cyclopion Nerodia  cyclopion (ventral view) from  Chambers County, Texas
                                                                     Photo by John Williams



Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs in southeastern Texas. There is also a small population in northeast Texas adjucant to the Louisiana border.

Legal Status:  The Mississippi Green Water Snake has no protected status in our region.


Range of Nerodia cyclopion
Range of Nerodia cyclopion in Texas       Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR





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