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Cordyceps 08-31-19 12:25 AM

Milk snake identification
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Hello I am new here so sorry if this is the wrong place to post this but I just got this little guy and was wondering what species of milk snake this is exactly thanks.

Scubadiver59 09-02-19 02:43 PM

Re: Milk snake identification
Id venture to guess, a Honduran Milk Snake

Benjamin1975 09-02-19 07:44 PM

Re: Milk snake identification
it could be a scarlet king snake

Cordyceps 09-04-19 02:50 PM

Re: Milk snake identification
Unfortunately I cant figure out how to post most pictures without severely editing it hence why it's so zoomed and slightly blurry. I'm also doing this on an older phone. I've done my research and as far as I can see it isnt a scarlet king snake because all of the ones i see always have red at the tip of its snout and I my guy has white (I could be wrong). I do have an account on arachnoboards (not trying to pull you guys away from here) in which I have a better picture (under not so spineless wonders). Thank you for your opinions so far and like i said before sorry if I'm doing anything wrong here.

eminart 09-04-19 08:51 PM

Re: Milk snake identification
I'd guess Honduran, but there are so many tri colored lampropeltis it's difficult to say. It looks like a Honduran to me though. But, I'm not very experienced with them. Someone who is could probably tell you pretty easily.

Benjamin1975 09-05-19 05:46 AM

Re: Milk snake identification
looks to dark in coloration to be Honduran but I could be wrong

Aaron_S 09-06-19 08:20 AM

Re: Milk snake identification
Maybe a sinoloan.

Bandit 09-06-19 12:32 PM

Re: Milk snake identification
My first thought was sinaloan. Just a guess though.

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