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EASTERN BLACK-NECKED GARTER SNAKE
Thamnophis cyrtopsis ocellatus

Eastern Black-necked Garter Snake - Thamnophis cyrtopsis ocellatus Thamnophis  cyrtopsis  ocellatus  from   Travis   County,  Texas
                                                                    Photo by John Williams

Eastern Black-necked Garter Snake - Thamnophis cyrtopsis ocellatus with a freshly regurgitated Western Slimy Salamander Thamnophis cyrtopsis ocellatus    from   Travis  County,   Texas
with  a  large  freshly   regurgitated   Western   Slimy   Salamander
                                                                    Photo by John Williams

Juvenile Eastern Black-necked Garter Snake - Thamnophis cyrtopsis ocellatus Juvenile Thamnophis cyrtopsis ocellatus  from Kerr County, Tx.
                                                                  Photo by Riley Campbell



Distribution:  This species occurs only in the Edwards Plateau area of central Texas.

Legal Status:  The Eastern Black-necked Garter Snake has no protected status.

Note:  To learn more about the natural history of this species please click here and here.


Range of Thamnophis cyrtopsis ocellatus
Range of Thamnophis cyrtopsis ocellatus Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR





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