Honduran Milksnake 2018-10-05T10:23:44+00:00

Project Description

Honduran Milksnake

Lampropeltis triangulum

Animal Class: Reptiles

Diet: Wild: Milk snakes feed on a wide variety of animals including mice, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, reptile eggs, birds and birds eggs.

Habitat: Milk snakes are found statewide in Iowa

It is nonvenomous. Although this snake’s blotched pattern remains consistent, its general coloration is quite variable. Some specimens can be beautifully light colored, having a light gray or brown ground color and bright to rusty red body blotches. Others can look a lot like fox snakes having an overall brown coloration. Still, others can be a dark gray with little or no difference in color between the ground color and blotches, only the black borders (which are always present) indicate the presence of blotches.

Our Honduran Milksnake: Klim (male)

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