Tropidoclonion lineatum from Denton County in north Texas
Photo by Chris Cirrincione
Distribution: In our region, Tropidoclonion lineatum occurs throughout northcentral Texas with isolated populations in south Texas and in the far northwest Panhandle of the state. There are also scattered populations throughout eastern New Mexico.
Legal Status: The Lined nake has no protected status in our region.
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