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TEXAS BROWN SNAKE
Storeria dekayi texana

Texas Brown Snake - Storeria dekayi texana  Storeria dekayi texana from North Texas       Photo by Steve Nigri Texas Brown Snake - Storeria dekayi texana  Storeria dekayi texana from Bell Co., Tx.      Photo by Diego Ortiz





Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs throughout the eastern half of the state of Texas, except for a very narrow strip of brackish coastal marshland extending from Port Lavaca, Texas to the Louisiana border. In this area it is replaced by the Marsh Brown Bnake (Storeria dekayi limnetes).

Legal Status:  This species has no protected status.






Texas Brown Snake - Storeria dekayi texana Storeria   dekayi     texana     from     Nueces   County,     Texas
                                                                       Photo by Toby Brock

Texas Brown Snake - Storeria dekayi texana Storeria  dekayi  texana    from    Montgomery   County,   Texas
                                                                     Photo by Nathan Wells
Habitat of Storeria dekayi texana in Montgomery County, Texas Habitat of Storeria dekayi texana in Montgomery County, Texas
                                                                     Photo by Nathan Wells

Texas Brown Snake - Storeria dekayi texana  Storeria dekayi texana from Bell Co., Texas  Photo by Diego Ortiz Texas Brown Snake - Storeria dekayi texana  Storeria dekayi texana from Bell Co., Tx.      Photo by Diego Ortiz

Range of Storeria dekayi texana in Texas
Range of Storeria dekayi texana             Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR

Texas Brown Snake - Storeria dekayi texana Storeria   dekayi     texana     from     Nueces   County,     Texas
                                                                     Photo by John Lassiter





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