Lined Snake

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

* Central Lined Snake, Tropidoclonion lineatum annectens (Ramsey, 1953) * Northern Lined Snake, Tropidoclonion lineatum lineatum (Hallowell, 1856) * Merten's Lined Snake, Tropidoclonion lineatum mertensi (Smith, More

image of Lined SnakeThis small, secretive snake is fairly easy to identify. It is mainly brown to grayish-brown in color, with lighter color stripe down the middle of the back and distinctive double row of half-moon shape markings along the belly. More

Lined Snake (Tropidoclonion lineatum) Nonpoisonous Description: Dark brown with three narrow yellowish stripes; each stripe is bordered by a faint black line. Belly with double row of half-moon markings. More

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* Texas Lined Snake, Tropidoclonion lineatum texanum (Ramsey, 1953) Geographic range - Lined snakes are found throughout the central United States from Illinois to Texas. They prefer grassland areas with soft, moist soils. More

Lined Snake (Tropidoclonion lineatum lineatum) Temple, Texas (May 2002) While digging a hole in Temple, I was surprised to see a small snake come slithering out of a spade-full of dirt he had just thrown on the More

Lined Snake Tropidoclonion lineatum = This rare, small prairie snake has been found in only one county in Minnesota, Rock County. More

Snake), the Lined Snake has a double row of black spots down the middle of the belly. Young look like tiny adults. More

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Lined Snake (Tropidoclonion lineatum) = Description Habitats Habits and Life History Prey and Hunting Techniques Temperament and Defense Conservation State Distribution and Abundance Gallery More

However the Lined Snake has a double series of spots down the midline of the belly. These spots are absent in the garter snakes. Lined Snake (Tropidoclonion lineatum) Identification: Snake 7 to 21 inches in length. A garter snake like animal. More

Lined Snake (Tropidoclonion lineatum) JPG-lined snake photo species distribution map - Status: State Endangered Description: This species is a small (8-15 inches, 200-400 mm) snake that resembles the garter snake. More

Quite an urban snake, the lined snake is an earthworm and slug specialist, and can be found nearly anywhere earthworms and slugs are likely to be, especially in cities and towns. More

The lined snake is one of those species. It’s hard to believe, but in all of recorded history only three specimen records of the lined snake are known from South Dakota. The earliest report, from 1916, is very vague. More

Area where lined snake is found in South Dakota Characteristics: * Gray or brown in color * Pale body stripes—one down the middle of back and one along each side * Double row of black half-moons More

lined snakelined snake - secretive snake of city dumps and parks as well as prairies and open woods; feeds on earthworms; of central United StatesTropidoclonion lineatumcolubrid, colubrid snake - mostly harmless temperate-to-tropical terrestrial or arboreal or aquatic snakesgenus Tropidoclonion, Tropidoclonion - lined snakes More

Lined Snake (Tropidoclonion lineatum) No photo of the Lined Snake available. The Lined Snake is from the order Squamata. Species from this order are amphisbaenians, lizards or snakes. More

Common names

Lined Snake in English - English

Order : Squamata
Family : Colubridae
Genus : Tropidoclonion
Species : Tropidoclonion lineatum
Authority : HALLOWELL 1856