Speckled Kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula holbrooki) - Threatened
Description: 36 - 48 inches. Speckled Kingsnakes are black with light yellow speckles. The speckles can be evenly distributed on the body, or in some cases, patches on the body have no speckles, giving the appearance of black blotches. This blotched looked is usually seen in young Speckled Kingsnakes as well. The belly is light colored with random black checkers.
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