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Random Snakes Of New Jerseyreport

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    [Binomial name]: Opheodrys aestivus
    [Name]: Rough green snake
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    (Non-venomous)

  • [Image]: Elaphe obsoleta fg01.jpg
    [Binomial name]: Elaphe obsoleta
    [Name]: Black rat snake
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    (Non-venomous)

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    [Binomial name]: Cemophora coccinea copei
    [Name]: Northern Scarlet snake
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    (Non-venomous)

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    [Binomial name]: Coluber constrictor constrictor
    [Name]: Northern Black Racer
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    (Non-venomous)

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    [Binomial name]: Storeria occipitomaculata occipitomaculata
    [Name]: Northern red-bellied snake
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    (Non-venomous)

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    [Binomial name]: Lampropeltis triangulum triangulum
    [Name]: Eastern milk snake
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    (Non-venomous)

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About This Tool

In the tangled world of nature, there are no reliable shortcuts. There are some common patterns of snake identification, but it’s a matter of experience. A random tool compiled a list of 23 snake species that are common in New Jersey for those interested to explore further. Many of these species are unique to the region and are not found in other countries or regions. Corn snakes, for example, are a popular pet snake in New Jersey and are very common there.

The snakes recorded in the generators vary in type and shape. With the help of this generator, we can determine whether snakes of different species in New Jersey are poisonous, aggressive, cottonmouths, or water snakes by looking at the reference images and scientific names on the list.

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