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TEXAS SCARLET SNAKE
Cemophora coccinea lineri

Texas Scarlet Snake -  Cemophora coccinea lineri Cemophora  coccinea  lineri   from   Aransas   County   Texas
                                                         Photo by Toby Hibbitts, TCWC
Habitat of Cemophora coccinea lineri in Aransas County, Texas Habitat of  Cemophora coccinea lineri  in Aransas  Co., Texas
                                                                    Photo by John Williams


Distribution:  Cemophora coccinea lineri is only known from several counties located along the Texas Coastal Bend and in adjucant south Texas.

Legal Status:  The Texas Scarlet Snake is protected by the State of Texas as a Threatened Species.


Range of Cemophora coccinea lineri Range of Cemophora coccinea lineri    Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR

Texas Scarlet Snake -  Cemophora coccinea lineri Cemophora   coccinea   lineri  from  Aransas   County,  Texas
                                                               Photo by D. Craig McIntyre
Texas Scarlet Snake -  Cemophora coccinea lineri Cemophora   coccinea   lineri  from  Aransas   County,  Texas
                                                               Photo by D. Craig McIntyre





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