Tantilla gracilis from Atascosa Co., Tx. Photo by Tom Lott Tantilla gracilis from Atascosa Co., Tx Photo by Tom Lott
Range of Tantilla gracilis in Texas Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR
Distribution: In our region, this species occurs throughout most of Texas except for far West Texas and parts of the Texas panhandle.
Legal Status: The Flat-headed Snake has no protected status in our region.
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