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#11667590 - 06/14/16 07:30 PM Snake id
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Registered: 04/23/11
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Loc: southwest more west than south...
never seen one like this.

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#11667610 - 06/14/16 07:41 PM Re: Snake id [Re: gar1970]
Cohiba Offline
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Registered: 02/14/09
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Texas Longnosed snake. Very pretty and harmless. Great picture

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#11667669 - 06/14/16 08:09 PM Re: Snake id [Re: gar1970]
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Loc: southwest more west than south...
Also saw this coral snake be careful out there! the shoulderless ones are out and about

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#11673961 - 06/17/16 05:36 PM Re: Snake id [Re: gar1970]
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Red touch black a friend of Jack. Red touch yellow kill a fellow. That's how you tell the difference between poisonous and non poisonous

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#11674112 - 06/17/16 07:39 PM Re: Snake id [Re: gar1970]
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Rattleheaded copper moccasin. roflmao
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#11674155 - 06/17/16 08:08 PM Re: Snake id [Re: 69 Camaro]
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Originally Posted By: 69 Camaro
Red touch black a friend of Jack. Red touch yellow kill a fellow. That's how you tell the difference between poisonous and non poisonous


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#11677235 - 06/19/16 10:57 PM Re: Snake id [Re: gar1970]
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Registered: 05/30/14
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Loc: Florida
If there is anything good about a coral snake it is that they do not have fangs. But have raspy teeth and have to bite and shake to inject the venom. A calloused hand might have a chance, but the 4 year old boy one town away that was playing with the pretty worms did not. True story.

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#11677252 - 06/19/16 11:12 PM Re: Snake id [Re: Cohiba]
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Originally Posted By: Cohiba
Texas Longnosed snake. Very pretty and harmless. Great picture






Also welcome to the TFF! cheers
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#11692860 - 06/27/16 11:12 PM Re: Snake id [Re: banker-always fishing]
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Thank you Banker!

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#11697536 - 06/30/16 10:21 AM Re: Snake id [Re: gar1970]
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Big Bass Bait Snake
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#11737159 - 07/22/16 06:06 PM Re: Snake id [Re: gar1970]
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Registered: 01/01/11
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Loc: Aledo, Texas
Where were you op???
Same area for both snakes?
Very cool snakes there- some herpetologists trying to find coral snakes go their whole lives without ever seeing one, or so I've heard. That second pic is an awesome example.

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#11743602 - 07/26/16 05:32 PM Re: Snake id [Re: gar1970]
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The first snake was on the bank of the nueces river near crystal city. The coral snake was on the bank of the frio river near derby. Thats the fifth one I've seen there in 20yrs.

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