Rhadinaea flavilata, 12 May 2020

Rhadinaea flavilata, the Pinewoods snake;
Volusia county, Florida (12 May 2020).

A funky looking-down angle of a tiny Pinewoods snake. This is a small, repulsive species. While fairly abundant in areas, it’s a species not often observed directly. They’re very good at staying under surface debris and leading a very quiet, very off-the-grid life.

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