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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by dblplay1212, Jun 21, 2015.
It’s a rosy boa so I don’t want to make it too humid.
You're a rosy boa.
One of the biggest and thickest Garter Snakes I’ve ever seen.
Walked up on this little fawn today which couldn’t have been more than a few days old. It was amazing how still it remained. We snapped a few pics then bypassed it as momma couldn’t have been far away.
King Cobra eating a Spectacled Cobra
King cobra is only snake immune to venom iydk
Not sure this is entirely true.
The previous page has a king sake eating a copperhead and talks about them being immune to the venom.
Not snakes, and I know TMB will just tell me to burn my house down, but I will decline. We've got some big awesome spiders hanging out(outside) at our new place.
This yellow garden spider has been chilling here for about a month now. He's awesome.
And we have a couple windows that funnel web weavers have claimed. This is the larger of the two webs. He's down in that thickest funnel right now, so I can't get a good pic of him. Maybe later.
Anyways, good morning and enjoy the spiders TMB. They're good.
The funnel web weaver with its breakfast
This guy was in my house. What is it?
Google Research told me a baby grey rat snake. Let him loose in the landscaping outside.
Corn or rat snake.
Ha. was just editing my post.
"If we would have just had a lock on the cage… There wasn't a lock," he said. "And it could have simply been handled."
Found this in the barn this evening.
That baby grew from them eggs? Well I’ll be…
Wait, where did you think babies came from if not from eggs?
Watched a doc on the reintroduction of the eastern indigo species (non-venomous, eats poisonous snakes) on Alabama public tv recently. Are you familiar with the project Owsley and can you provide any updates? Isn’t this the largest species in North America or east of the Mississippi or something?
I see you’re raising them right. And by right I clearly mean loving the Queen, Dolly
Found this guy on the sidewalk doa while taking our evening walk. Paging Owsley
It looks happy to see you
DeKay’s brown snake. Harmless eater of worms and slugs in the flowerbed.
Looks like someone nailed its tail end with a hoe or shovel. May their garden be blessed with an abundance of slugs.
Bittey little snakes
I've found no less than 6-8 skins from these little fellas.
I think I posted this /csb already but I was digging out a small pile of dead grass in my yard at the edge of my driveway. It was very close to dark, I was barehanded and as I pulled the grass away a brown colored snake was in my hand. I immediately thought copperhead but it was a DeKay's. I came so very close to shitting my pants in my driveway.
Yeah pretty sure they're the largest or longest species in North America. I've been trying to get one, but they're pretty rare, especially in the pet trade.
Look into yellow-tailed and black-tailed cribos. Same genus as indigos (Drymarchon) and much easier to procure, though still not super common.
Saw this sweet stick bug today. First time I’ve ever seen one.
This guy is a great follow.
Saw this guy in the grass this evening
Gonna guess watersnake of some sort.
I’m going with speckled king or speckled rat snake.
He was only 1.5-2ft long. I hooked him with a free standing plant hanger and moved him into the tree/brush line. He just had a pretty good meal of something. I would assume it was either a toad/frog just based on what normally hangs around the house
One of my favorite hunting shows is on Youtube called "The Hunting Public." A couple of the guys are whitetail hunting in New Mexico and are seeing all kinds of rattlesnakes right now on their trip so far.
Eastern garter snake (and a pretty one at that). Favorite food is frogs and toads, so nice guess!
GF took this. I told her not to kill it. Gopher snake Im assuming
Gopher/bull snake is correct.
Is there an actual difference between the 2 or does it depend on where you are like mtn lion/cougar?
Bull snakes (Pituophis catenifer sayi) are one of a handful of recognized subspecies of gopher snakes (P. catenifer).