Ground snake

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

Habitat: The Ground Snake occurs in a wide variety of western habitats, although apparently preferring dry areas with loose, sandy soils. For example it is found in mesquite thickets, dry prairie, along river banks, and even into vacant lots. More

The Common Ground Snake (Sonora semiannulata) is a species of small, harmless colubrid snake native to the southwestern United States, in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Oklahoma, Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, Utah and California, as well as northern Mexico, in Sonora, Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon, and Durango. More

Ground Snake can refer to two distinct genera of snakes: * Genus Atractus, South American Ground Snakes. * Genus Sonora, North American Ground Snakes. Disambig gray. More

Ground Snake - Illustration by Bill Singleton Ground Snake Sonora semiannulata The Ground Snake is a small (8-18 inches long) crossbanded, striped or plain colored snake with a head that is only slightly larger than its neck. More

* Picture of non-venomous ground snake in Tennessee? * Can snakes survive where the ground is frozen year round? » More ADVERTISEMENT Answer these * Does ground squirrels eats snakes? * How deep in the More

However, while ground snakes have whitish bellies, blackhead snakes are red or orange underneath. Ground snakes and several other small snakes have small fangs in the rear of their mouths that deliver a mild venom. More

A tiny juvenile Variable Ground Snake is found under a rock in Imperial County. Description Nonvenomous Considered harmless to humans. More

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Ground snake; Thickhead ground snake; Common ground snake; Snake; Ground tit; Ground lackey; Ground cuscus; Ground agama; Ground beetle; Ground cuckooshrike; Ground cuckooshrike; Ground dove; Ground parrot; Ground skink; Ground thrush; Ground sloth; Ground-roller; Ground-cuckoo; Ground woodpecker; Ground squirrel; Ground-hog; Ground-hornbill; More

image of Ground SnakeA small, secretive, shiny snake that is highly variable in color. It can be gray, brown, orange or even red with or without dark bands, and it has a plain white or cream colored belly with dark transverse bars on the tail. More

The Ground Snake is from the order Squamata. Species from this order are amphisbaenians, lizards or snakes. There are over 6,000 living species belonging to the squamata order - it is the largest order of all reptiles. More

Comments: The ground snake is one of the most variable snakes in the U.S. as far as coloration and pattern are concerned. They can be plain brown like in the picture above to striped to almost tri-colored like a coral snake. More

Racer, Ground Snake – Alsophis cantherigerus caymanus (Grand Cayman) Size: 500 to 860 mm SVL* As is usual with most snakes, females are More

Common names

Culebra-suelera semianillada in Spanish - español
ground snake in English - English
Groundsnake in English - English

Order : Squamata
Family : Colubridae
Genus : Sonora
Species : Sonora semiannulata
Authority : Baird and Girard, 1853