The Coachwhip is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

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* Coachwhip (snake), various North American snakes * Coachwhip (comics), a character of the Marvel Universe * Coachwhips, a noise/punk band Disambig gray.svg This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. More

Coachwhip, art by Kieron Dwyer. More

Coachwhip (Masticophis flagellum, formerly Coluber flagellum) snakes are found in the southern half of the United States and throughout much of Mexico. More

The Eastern Coachwhip rivals the racer for North America's fastest snake. If approached it disappears in a burst of speed into a burrow or rocky crevice. It prowls for and subdues prey as racers do. More

Coachwhip is a moderately skilled hand-to-hand combatant. Weapons Coachwhip carries sharp, segmented metallic (sometimes electrically-charged) whips on both her wrists, connected to her gauntlets. More

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Samantha Zahringer watched this coachwhip eat the lizard by her back door. Her kids saw the snake raise its neck, sway for a moment, then strike quickly. Two other lizards nearby froze while the snake swallowed. When the snake finished, the lizards finally moved away. More

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Description: The Eastern Coachwhip is one of the largest snakes in North America. Average adult size is 50-72 inches (127-182.8 cm), record is 102 inches (259 cm). More

The Eastern Coachwhip is somewhat common throughout Harris County. They have a most unique pattern in that the body color fades as you progress down towards the tail. An extremely agile and speedy snake, these are not something the average Harris County resident ever sees. More

Male Coachwhip found 10 miles North of Sierra Blanca, Texas on FM 1111 in Aug. of 2000 Size: An extremely fast,long, thin snake up to 102". 7+ footers are common. More

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Coachwhip (Masticophis flagellum) Identification: Snake 36 to 102 inches in length. A large snake with an unusually elongate, narrow tail. Very agile and fast. Body coloration extremely variable, both geographically and individually. More

coachwhips are really just different color types of the same snake. More

Powers, Area Wildlife Biologist Eastern coachwhips (Masticophis flagellum flagellum), also known as “whip snakes,” are nonpoisonous snakes belonging to the family Colubridae. This family contains the majority of living snake species that are essentially found worldwide. More

Coachwhips are one of the largest snakes in North America. Adults average 50-72 inches long, but have been recorded up to 102 inches in length. Coachwhips are slender bodied snakes relative to their length. More

Habitat: A generalist, the eastern coachwhip is at home in open mixed woodlands, sandy pine woodlands, pine-palmetto scrublands, as well as along creeks, marshes and swamplands. More

Eastern Coachwhip Snake Masticophis flagellum flagellum Family: Colubridae - Harmless Egg-Laying Snakes Typical Adult Size: 42 to 60 inches Eye Pupil: round Dorsal Scales: smooth Anal Scale: divided More

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Coachwhips have large eyes and excellent vision. Range and Habitat: Coachwhips are found throughout the southern United States from southeastern North Carolina to central California . More

Coachwhips are named for their whip-like appearance: they're very long and thin with a scale pattern on their tails that looks braided. They're purportedly the fastest snakes in America, but this one didn't feel the need to show its speed. More

Common names

coachwhip in English - English
Culebra-chirriadora común in Spanish - español
Gewöhnliche Kutscherpeitschennatter in German - Deutsch
Kutscherpeitschen-Natter in German - Deutsch
Racers in English - English

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Order : Squamata
Family : Colubridae
Genus : Masticophis
Species : Masticophis flagellum
Authority : SHAW 1802