Category: Pantherophis alleghaniensis (Gray)

Pantherophis alleghaniensis (Gray), 28 April 2012

Pantherophis alleghaniensis, the Eastern rat snake; Lowndes county, Georgia (28 April 2012). Note that some consider Gray-patterned Eastern rat snakes in this area to be Pantherophis spiloides, the Gray rat snake. Learn more about this complex at iNaturalist.org.

Pantherophis alleghaniensis (Gray), 28 April 2012

Pantherophis alleghaniensis, the Eastern rat snake; Lowndes county, Georgia (28 April 2012). Note that some consider Gray-patterned Eastern rat snakes in this area to be Pantherophis spiloides, the Gray rat snake. Learn more about this complex at iNaturalist.org.

Pantherophis alleghaniensis (Gray), 28 April 2012

Pantherophis alleghaniensis, the Eastern rat snake; Lowndes county, Georgia (28 April 2012). Note that some consider Gray-patterned Eastern rat snakes in this area to be Pantherophis spiloides, the Gray rat snake. Learn more about this complex at iNaturalist.org.

Pantherophis alleghaniensis (Gray), 03 April 2012

Pantherophis alleghaniensis, the Eastern rat snake; Lowndes county, Georgia (03 April 2012). Note that some consider Gray-patterned Eastern rat snakes in this area to be Pantherophis spiloides, the Gray rat snake. Learn more about this complex at iNaturalist.org.

Pantherophis alleghaniensis (Gray), 03 April 2012

Pantherophis alleghaniensis, the Eastern rat snake; Lowndes county, Georgia (03 April 2012). Note that some consider Gray-patterned Eastern rat snakes in this area to be Pantherophis spiloides, the Gray rat snake. Learn more about this complex at iNaturalist.org.

Pantherophis alleghaniensis (Gray), 03 April 2012

Pantherophis alleghaniensis, the Eastern rat snake; Lowndes county, Georgia (03 April 2012). Note that some consider Gray-patterned Eastern rat snakes in this area to be Pantherophis spiloides, the Gray rat snake. Learn more about this complex at iNaturalist.org.

Pantherophis alleghaniensis (Gray), 03 April 2012

Pantherophis alleghaniensis, the Eastern rat snake; Lowndes county, Georgia (03 April 2012). Note that some consider Gray-patterned Eastern rat snakes in this area to be Pantherophis spiloides, the Gray rat snake. Learn more about this complex at iNaturalist.org.