Southeastern crowned snake

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

Southeastern crowned snake: Left to right: Top view of head; underside (chin and throat) view of head. Southeastern crowned snake: Left to right: Side view of head; front (face) view of head. Range: In Florida, it is found in the panhandle. More

Description: The Southeastern Crowned Snake (Tantilla coronata) is small, slender snake , ranging from 5.2 More

Southeastern Crowned Snakes are very small snakes most often found under debris. They may potentially be found throughout South Carolina; however, populations may be isolated and sparse. Southeastern Crowned Snakes eat centipedes, insect larvae, and earthworms. More

Southeastern Crowned Snake is usually 8 to 10 inches in length. Similar species include: Ringneck Snake Distribution and Status The Southeastern Crowned Snake can be found in Floyd and Clark Counties. The species is listed as state Endangered. More

The Southeastern Crowned Snake, like other members of its genus, is a nocturnal, secretive burrower and is usually found under stones and inside rotted logs and stumps. These snakes don't bite when captured. More

The Southeastern Crowned Snake is uncommon in the Mountains and Piedmont to common in the Coastal Plain. Description - The Southeastern Crowned Snake is a small (20–33 cm), tan or reddish-brown snake. More

Description: The southeastern crowned snake is a small, shiny brown snake characterized by a light band at the rear of the black head. The belly is either white or yellowish. Feeding/Diet: They feed primarily on centipedes but may also eat some insects. More

Habitat: The Southeastern Crowned Snake is most commonly found in oak-hickory or pine woodlands. It prefers sandy or loose soils. Food: Earthworms, slugs, and insect larvae. More

Southeastern Crowned Snakes eat mostly centipedes, termites, and other soil invertebrates. Southeastern Crowned Snake (Tantilla coronata) Southeastern Crowned Snake (Tantilla coronata) New Hanover Co. More

Comments: The Southeastern Crowned Snake is seldom seen out in the open. This one made its home under a rock in the pine forests of eastern Mississippi. More

The Southeastern Crowned 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

The Southeastern Crowned snake is a very small snake. Like 9" full grown. Here is a site. http://www.uga. More

Southeastern crowned snakes are uncommon throughout their range and extremely sub-terrestrial. For these reasons the Southeastern Crowned Snake is very difficult to find, and information about them is limited. More

The Southeastern Crowned Snake has enlarged and grooved rear teeth and a weak venom. Although harmless to humans, this venom apparently aids the snake in the capture of prey. The diet consists of centipedes, spiders, termites, and other small, soft-bodied arthropods. More

Common names

Gekronte Schwarzkopfschlange in German - Deutsch
southeastern crowned snake in English - English

Order : Squamata
Family : Colubridae
Genus : Tantilla
Species : Tantilla coronata
Authority : Baird and Girard, 1853