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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Here's a couple of ribbon snakes that I disturbed.
    You mean rough green snakes? :P ribbon snakes are brownish colored.
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    Quote[/b] ]This is the canebrake rattlesnake. It was pretty friendly to be a rattlesnake
    in NC is there another name for it?
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    Quote[/b] ]The next two pics are the same snake.
    black rat snake
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    So what facility did you take them at.


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    nice pics Ozzy, some of those racers seem to have a chip on their shoulder. sharp teeth too, no fun getting nailed [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]

    Alpha, cant you see its a smooth green snake, not a ribbon(which have stripes for future referance Oz [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img] ).....ive seem one of those before they are definatly smooth not rough. nasty personalitys too
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    [quote=TheAlphaWolf,April 28 2005,8:34]
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    Quote[/b] ]in NC is there another name for it?
    Canebrake rattlesnakes are definitely found in NC...and I think that is a rough green snake. (I'm not sure smooth green snakes are found in NC) And the two pics do look like a black rat snake to me (getting ready to shed, maybe)

    That last one looks like a boa to me! LOL

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    nope it is most definatly a smooth green snake ill have to look and see if its the eastern or western subspecies though, never kept one not all that familiar with the subtle differences between the subspecies or races, not sure which it is
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    hmmmmmmmm leaning twords eastern, dont ask me why. distinct neck, coffin shaped head, scales arrent keeled, definatly a "smooth green snake" not a chance its a rough green snake
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    about the greenskake-
    smooth green snakes aren't found in north carolina... and how the hell can you tell if they have keeled scales or not? the pic's too blurry for that.
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    Quote[/b] ]Canebrake rattlesnakes are definitely found in NC
    ...unless it's either a pygmy (not), timber (not sure what they look like but I doubt it's like that), eastern diamondback (not), coral snake, cottonmouth, or a copperhead, it's not a venomous snake native to north carolina.
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    Canebrake is a subspecies of the timber rattlesnake.

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