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descriptionfamily/genus/speciescommon name
very thick and grayishwestern indigo snake
very small lie leptotyphlopsearth snake
broad bandedcopperheads
dark head, lighter bodyblotched water snake
huge jar/ bandeddiamond-backed water snake
looks like a veinrough green snake
white black whitemilksnake
speckled underbellygreen water snake
immobile upper jaw/craniumblind/thread snakes
dark belly, split anal platecommon kingsnake
white black white speckledtexas coral snake
small, back stripesgraham's crayfish snake
long/slender with big buttholewhip snake
light with tan spots edged in darker tanglossy snake
black short tailtimber rattlesnake
short square snouts with emphasized nostrilshog-nosed
small wormytexas threadsnake
brown head, like leptotyphlopsflat-headed/plains blackhead snake
lack pelvic girdle, functional left lung, and coronid bonetypical snakes
descriptionfamily/genus/speciescommon name
more snakey than wormyring necked snake
feint spots, fat with skinny, short tailpygmy rattlesnake
mottled browncottonmouth/water moccasin
dots on neck .....dekay's brownsnake
kinetic skull, mandible articultion with quadratesnakes
chess board bellyred-bellied mud snake
short black tail with rattleblack-tailed rattlesnake
large with dark drown rectangleseastern ratsnake
hexagonal scales, blue/grey fadeseastern racer
checkered, divided anal platecheckered garter snake
shoretened maxilla attached to a single long fang, venom is a cocktail, keeled, viviparousvipers
banded tail plus rattlewestern diamondback rattlesnake
dark head, speckled backnight snake
darker horizontal hour glassestrans-pecos rat snake
overbitelong-nosed snake
black with thin bluish longitudinal stripesribbon snake
pair of fixed fangs attached to maxillary bone, hollow fangs for venom, alpha neurotocin prohibits AChcoral/cobras/mambas
dark with two light belly stripedglossy crayfish snake
black and white mottlingpine, gopher, bull snakes

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