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hi i have taken some better opics on a friends cam, there not perfect, but better than the previous.
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if clicked, they are easier to see, but they are still quite dark-sorry
 

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it could be a Thayers or a Grey Banded witch ever it is it is nice looking :)
 

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No, its not a Greybanded, if it was, the saddles would go all the way round forming bands, hence the name Greybanded...
It looks like a Variable kingsnake to me, very much like a Durango Mtn King, which is a type of Variable...
Steve


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Durango Mtn Variable King
 

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I agree with beckys dad with it being a Variable Kingsnake.

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Kingsnakes and Milksnakes (Barrons)
 

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cheers, i notice that many pf the snakes have a large marking on the basck of the head, would this identify the morph/subspeices or s it justr a pattern, and is this a morph or subspeices, i would say subspeices, but they are soo simalar, i am not sure, and google cant help much :(
 
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