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GRAHAM'S CRAYFISH SNAKE
Regina grahamii

Graham's Crayfish Snake - Regina grahamii Regina grahamii from Austin County, Tx.     Photo by John Williams Graham's Crayfish Snake - Regina grahamii Regina grahamii from Harris County, Tx.     Photo by John Williams

Graham's Crayfish Snake - Regina grahamii Regina grahamii from Harris Co., Texas   Photo by Matt Hollanders



Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs throughout much of the eastern half of Texas. Absent from the Rio Grande Valley and portions of deep east Texas.

Legal Status:  Graham's Crayfish Snake has no protected status in our region.


Range of Regina grahamii in Texas
Range of Regina grahamii in Texas          Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR

Graham's Crayfish Snake - Regina grahamii Regina grahamii from Harris Co., Texas   Photo by Matt Hollanders

Habitat of Regina grahamii in Harris Co., Texas
Habitat of Regina grahamii in Harris Co., Tx.  Photo M. Hollanders

Graham's Crayfish Snake - Regina grahamii Regina  grahamii   (ventral  view)   from     Harris  County,  Texas
                                                                  Photo by Matt Hollanders





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