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TAMAULIPAN BLACK-STRIPED SNAKE
Coniophanes imperialis imperialis

Tamaulipan Black-striped Snake - Coniophanes imperialis imperialis Coniophanes  imperialis  imperialis from Cameron Co., Texas
                                                                     Photo by John Williams

Tamaulipan Black-striped Snake - Coniophanes imperialis imperialis Coniophanes  imperialis  imperialis from Cameron Co., Texas
                                                                    Photo by John Williams

Range of Coniophanes imperialis imperialis Range of Coniophanes imperialis imperialis in  the  Lower Rio
Grande Valley of Texas                         Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR


Distribution:  In our region, this species is confined to Cameron County, Hidalgo County, Willacy County, and possibly the extreme southern part of Kenedy County all located in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas.

Legal Status:  Coniophanes imperialis imperialis is listed as a Threatened Species by the State of Texas.


Tamaulipan Black-striped Snake - Coniophanes imperialis imperialis
Coniophanes  imperialis  imperialis from Cameron Co., Texas
                                                                   Photo by Kyle L. Elmore





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