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SPOTTED LEAF-NOSED SNAKE
Phyllorhynchus decurtatus

Spotted Leaf-nosed Snake - Phyllorhynchus decurtatus Phyllorhynchus  decurtatus   from  Riverside  County,  California
                                                                 Photo by Patrick H. Briggs

Spotted Leaf-nosed Snake - Phyllorhynchus decurtatus  Phyllorhynchus  decurtatus   from  Imperial   County,  California
                                                                 Photo by Patrick H. Briggs

Spotted Leaf-nosed Snake - Phyllorhynchus decurtatus Phyllorhynchus  decurtatus   from   Maricopa   County,  Arizona
                                                                         Photo by Will Wells


Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs throughout southeastern California, southern Nevada, extreme southwestern Utah, and southwestern Arizona.

Legal Status:  The Spotted Leaf-nosed Snake has no protected status in our region.



Spotted Leaf-nosed Snake - Phyllorhynchus decurtatus  Phyllorhynchus  decurtatus   from  Maricopa   County,  Arizona
                                                                          Photo by Will Wells





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