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Brahminy Blind Snake or "Flower Pot Snake" Looks like a worm

Brahminy Blind Snake - Average adult size is 2.5-6.5 inches. It is not an earthworm, though it sort of lives like one. I found this one in Cape Coral FL All ...


Brahminy blind snake (Ramphotyphlops braminus)

Brahminy blind snake (Ramphotyphlops braminus)
Image by www.arkive.org

Brahminy blind snake (Ramphotyphlops braminus)

Brahminy blind snake (Ramphotyphlops braminus)
Image by www.arkive.org

Brahminy blind snake (Ramphotyphlops braminus)

Brahminy blind snake (Ramphotyphlops braminus)
Image by www.arkive.org



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  • Tiny snake in Cayman different

    08/20/08 ,via Cay Compass

    Having looked at Mr. Watler's snake, Senior Research Officer with the CI Department of Environment Mat DaCosta-Cottam, said it was a Brahminy blind snake (Ramphotyphlops braminus), a snake that had been introduced to Cayman probably from the US and that is ...

  • New Snakes Invade Georgia

    04/01/07 ,via Chattanoogan

    Biologists from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) confirmed the presence of Brahminy blind snakes at a site in Albany, Ga. The nonvenomous Brahminy blind snake is native to Southeast Asia, and has been present ...

  • Snake species slither into Georgia

    10/29/00 ,via The Florida Times-Union Jacksonville

    A Central Florida crowned snake, previously thought to be native to only the Florida peninsula, was documented near Valdosta, said John Jensen, a wildlife biologist for the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. In addition, a Brahminy blind snake ...

  • Snakes in the garden

    10/19/13 ,via The Miami Herald

    The University of Florida’s Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation ... Often found in pools, they are harmless. Other non-venomous snakes: Brahminy blind snake ( Ramphotyphlops braminus): Sometimes called flowerpot snakes, they look like black ...


Books

  • Lone Star Field Guide to Texas Snakes

    Taylor Trade Publishing. 2006. ISBN: 9781461635642,1461635640. 352 pages.

    The State of Texas not only boasts the largest snakes in North America, but also the largest number of species—105. This guide describes in detail each and every one of them, from the benign Texas long-nosed snake, to the venomous Western Cottonmouth. Facts on the biology and behavior are given, plus the latest findings on abundance, reproduction, prey, sizes, and habitat. In addition, introductory chapters describe the physiology and diet of snakes, and an all-important section on "Venom and...

  • Apparent Triploidy in the Unisexual Brahminy Blind Snake, Ramphotyphlops Braminus

    1987. 7 pages.
  • Snakes of North America

    Taylor Trade Publishing. 2003. ISBN: 9781461662198,1461662192. 614 pages.

    Providing thorough descriptions of almost 200 species, this guide presents thousands of facts and figures that will help you identify, understand, and appreciate these important and remarkable animals. Each species and subspecies account includes the latest findings on abundance, size, reproductive habits, prey, habitat, behavior and venomous/nonvenomous status.


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Ramphotyphlops braminus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ramphotyphlops braminus is a harmless blind snake species found mostly in Africa and Asia, but has been introduced in many other parts of the world.

Brahminy Blind Snake Fact Page- What's That Snake ? - OPLIN

Appearance The Brahminy Blind Snake looks somewhat like an earthworm. The adult is shiny and dark brown to grayish black in color with a somewhat lighter lower surface.

Ramphotyphlops braminus :: Florida Museum of Natural History

The UF Herpetology Division's Online Guide to FL Snakes: Brahminy Blind Snake, Flower Pot Snake

Nonnatives - Brahminy Blind Snake - Florida Fish and ...

Brahminy Blind Snake - Ramphotyphlops braminus . Florida's Nonnative Wildlife. Species detail. First year: 1979. Extirpated year: Established status: Populations are ...

The Brahminy Blind Snake | Snakes and Spiders

It might seem hard to believe, but the brahminy blind snake really does resemble a worm. It is a slender snake, that is considered to be the smallest snake in


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