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ROUGH EARTH SNAKE
Virginia striatula

Rough Earth Snake - Virginia striatula  Virginia striatula   from  Atascosa  Co., Tx.     Photo by Tom Lott Rough Earth Snake - Virginia striatula  Virginia striatula from Atascosa Co., Tx          Photo by Tom Lott

Rough Earth Snake - Virginia striatula  Virginia striatula   from  Atascosa  Co., Tx.     Photo by Tom Lott
Distribution:  In our region this species occurs throughout the eastern half of Texas.

Legal Status:  Virginia striatula has no protected status in our region.

Albino Rough Earth Snake - Virginia striatula Naturally occurring albino  Virginia striatula  from Jefferson Co.,
Texas                                                           Photo by John Williams
Rough Earth Snake - Virginia striatula Virginia striatula from Harris Co., Texas  Photo by Matt Hollanders

Range of Virginia striatula
Range of Virginia striatula in Texas           Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR





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