mud snake


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mud snake

n.
A burrowing snake (Farancia abacura) of swamps and lowlands of the southeast United States, having black scales with reddish markings.
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Pham Loc lifted the bed cover to reveal a deep glass box underneath - the mud snake he'd caught the previous day near the burn.
Slowly he extracted the mud snake which he now knew was a grass snake and would not make food.
I'm sending you out to him, Penny thinks, remembering the man with the mud snake under his bed.
Seasonal timing of follicular development of the Mud Snake, Farancia abacura (Colubridae).
Reproduction in the western mud snake, Farancia abacura reinwardtii (Serpentes: Colubridae) in Arkansas.
Abstract -- Museum specimens of 129 female mud snakes (Farancia abacura) were examined for body size and reproductive condition.
Critters sighted that day included a juvenile and an adult yellowbelly snake, several water moccasins or cottonmouths, a six-inch mud snake, several western ribbon snakes, several of the threatened greens, and an earth snake.
Scientists have named their find the Kapuas Mud Snake and speculated it might only occur in the Kapuas river drainage system.
western ribbon snake, mud snake (Farancia abacura), Mississippi green water snake (N.
Less frequently we find diamondback rattlesnakes, crawfish snakes, garter snakes, grass snakes, water moccasins, coral snakes, hognose snakes and mud snakes.