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GULF COAST RIBBON SNAKE
Thamnophis proximus orarius

Gulf Coast Ribbon Snake - Thamnophis proximus orarius Thamnophis  proximus  orarius  from  Cameron  County,  Texas
                                                           Photo by August 'Gus' Rentfro
Gulf Coast Ribbon Snake - Thamnophis proximus orarius Thamnophis  proximus  orarius  from  Cameron  County,  Texas
                                                           Photo by August 'Gus' Rentfro

Habitat of Thamnophis proximus orarius in Cameron Co., Texas Habitat of Thamnophis proximus orarius in Cameron Co., Texas
                                                            Photo by August 'Gus' Rentfro

Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs along the entire Gulf Coast of Texas from Beaumont to Brownsville.

Legal Status: Thamnophis proximus orarius is not a protected species.

Gulf Coast Ribbon Snake - Thamnophis proximus orarius Thamnophis  proximus  orarius  from  Cameron  County,  Texas
                                                                     Photo by John Williams





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