Northwestern garter snake

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

* Northwestern Garter Snake, Thamnophis ordinoides (Baird & Girard, 1852) * Western Ribbon Snake, Thamnophis proximus * Chiapas Highland Ribbon Snake, Thamnophis proximus alpinus (Rossman, More

Thamnophis ordinoides or the Northwestern Garter snake, is a species of colubrid garter snake that lives in Oregon, Washington, California, and British Columbia. The garter snake is small, with adults averaging around 14-21 inches long. Exceptionally large specimens may attain 38 inches in total length. More

Northwestern garter snake, Thamnophis ordinoides This garter snake is endemic to the Pacific Northwest. It is thought to specialize on worms and slugs, but is also known to take small salamanders. More

Northwestern garter snake, this species is the most frequently encountered snake. It has brightly colored stripes (yellow, green, blue) that run lengthwise along its body, and a grayish-blue underside. It grows to 2 to 3 feet. More

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The Northwestern Garter Snake: How to Get Rid of It = June 02, 2008 by F.D. Beckham F.D. BeckhamF.D. More

Northwestern Garter Snake, THAMNOPHIS ORDINOIDES from the August 30, 2009 Newsletter, issued from the Siskiyou Mountains west of Grants Pass, Oregon: A REALLY PRETTY GARTER SNAKE Above you see the garter snake I ran across this week as I descended More

The Northwestern Garter Snake varies more in colour and pattern than any other snake in our region. A small snake, ranging from 1 to 2 ruler lengths long, adults are black, brown, or olive in colour. This may be accented by a stripe down the back. More

like the Northwestern garter snake, feed on frogs, worms, slugs and salamanders. They themselves are also preyed upon by birds, snakes, skunks, opossums, raccoons along with domestic cats. More

Northwestern Garter Snake (Thamnophis ordinoides) No photo of the Northwestern Garter Snake available. The Northwestern Garter Snake is from the order Squamata. Species from this order are amphisbaenians, lizards or snakes. More

Northwestern Garter Snake (Thamnophis ordinoides) RANGE: They are found West of the cascades throughout Oregon into extreme Northwestern California and North into Southwest British Columbia. More

Northwestern Garter Snake (Thamnophis ordinoides) = Creative image #: dv508062 License type: Royalty-free Photographer: Gerry Ellis - Collection: More

Northwestern Garter Snake (Thamnophis ordinoides)- This species stands on its own. More

and the Northwestern Garter Snake, the body of the Common Garter Snake usually has red blotches on its sides. Lateral stripe on the 2nd and 3rd scale rows. Northwestern Garter Snake (Thamnophis ordinoides) Identification: Snake 12 to 38 inches in length. More

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northwestern garter snake smallCommon Name: Northwestern Garter Snake Scientific Name: Thamnophis Ordinoides Information Sheet - Northwestern Garter Snake - Introduction: The Northwestern Garter Snake is a non-venomous snake, which has toxic saliva. More

Thamnophis atratus, the Northwestern Garter Snake Thamnophis ordinoides, the Common Garter Snake Thamnophis sirtalis, and the Western Terrestrial Garter Snake Thamnophis elegans. The last mentioned, Thamnophis elegans, will be the focus of this paper. More

The Northwestern Garter Snake is an inhabitant of Southwestern British Columbia, Western Washington, Western Oregon, and the very Northwestern tip of California. They are usually 38 to 66 centimeters in length. More

differ with the Northwestern Garter Snake having 17 scales at mid-body (occasionally 19), 7 upper labial scales and 8 or 9 lower labials. Also, the dorsal spots do not invade the vertebral stripe. Overall, the Northwestern Garter Snake is a smaller snake and has a relatively small head. More

Common names

Nordwestliche Strumpfbandnatter in German - Deutsch
northwestern garter snake in English - English

Order : Squamata
Family : Colubridae
Genus : Thamnophis
Species : Thamnophis ordinoides
Authority : BAIRD & GIRARD 1852