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LONG-NOSED SNAKE
Rhinocheilus lecontei

Long-nosed Snake - Rhinocheilus lecontei Rhinocheilus lecontei from Maricopa Co., Az.   Photo by Kris Haas Long-nosed Snake - Rhinocheilus lecontei Rhinocheilus lecontei from Pima Co., Az.     Photo by Jason Penney

Long-nosed Snake - Rhinocheilus lecontei Rhinocheilus lecontei from McMullen Co., Tx. Photo Todd Hughes Long-nosed Snake - Rhinocheilus lecontei Rhinocheilus lecontei from Washoe Co., Nv.   Photo Riley Campbell

Long-nosed Snake - Rhinocheilus lecontei Rhinocheilus lecontei from Starr Co., Tx.        Photo John Williams Long-nosed Snake - Rhinocheilus lecontei Rhinocheilus lecontei from Starr Co., Tx.         Photo John Williams

Long-nosed Snake - Rhinocheilus lecontei Rhinocheilus lecontei  from  FM Rd. 649 in  Starr County, Texas
                                                                        Photo John Williams

Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs across the western half of Texas, and across much of New Mexico, Arizona, southern California, Nevada, and western Utah.

Legal Status: Rhinocheilus lecontei is not a protected species.

Habitat of Rhinocheilus lecontei in the Black Gap area of Brewster County, Texas Habitat of Rhinocheilus lecontei in the Black Gap area, Brewster County, Texas                                              Photo by Nathan Wells Long-nosed Snake - Rhinocheilus lecontei  Rhinocheilus     lecontei     from   Brewster     County,     Texas
                                                                    Photo by Nathan Wells

Long-nosed Snake - Rhinocheilus lecontei Head study of a  Rhinocheilus lecontei from  Dickens Co., Texas
                                                           Photo by Benjamin Stupavsky
Long-nosed Snake - Rhinocheilus lecontei Rhinocheilus lecontei  from  Pima County, Arizona  feeding  on a
Whiptail Lizard                                            Photo by Riley Campbell




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