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Heterodon nasicus nasicus

Plains Hog-nosed Snake - Hetertodon nasicus nasicus Heterodon  nasicus  nasicus   from    Motley    County,     Texas
                                                           Photo by Benjamin Stupavsky

Distribution:  In our region, Heterodon nasicus nasicus has a somewhat spotty distribution throughout east and southeast Texas westward through the Texas Hill Country and northward throughout the Texas Panhandle. Further west, it can be found throughout the eastern 2/3 of New Mexico. Please see the Taxonomic note for the Heterodon nasicus complex.

Legal Status:  This species has no protected status.

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