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GULF CRAYFISH SNAKE
Regina rigida sinicola

Gulf Crayfish Snake - Regina rigida sinicola Regina rigida sinicola from Sabine National Forest in East Texas
                                                                 Photo by Matt Hollanders
Gulf Crayfish Snake - Regina rigida sinicola Regina rigida sinicola from Sabine National Forest in East Texas
                                                                 Photo by Matt Hollanders

Gulf Crayfish Snake - Regina rigida sinicola Regina rigida sinicola in Montgomery Co.,Tx. Photo by Orry Martin



Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs in East Texas from the Oklahoma border southward as far as Matagorda County.

Legal Status:  The Gulf Crayfish Snake has no protected status in our region.






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