Tag: Micrurus fulvius

Micrurus fulvius, 27 June 2019

Micrurus fulvius, the Eastern coral snake; Volusia county, Florida (27 June 2019). Though not aggressive and very shy, the Eastern coral snake is not a species to take your chances with. Its neurotoxic venom can wreak absolute havoc on a person’s neurology, ultimately causing… Continue Reading “Micrurus fulvius, 27 June 2019”

Micrurus fulvius, 21 October 2017

Micrurus fulvius, the Eastern coral snake; Marion county, Florida (21 October 2017). Up close with an Eastern coral snake, a fairly common yet reclusive venomous species in the American southeast. Though it certainly does pack a potent neurotoxic venom, the Eastern coral snake is… Continue Reading “Micrurus fulvius, 21 October 2017”