Sizes available: 1280×1070 500×418 Print Print Share Email Sizes available: 1280×1070 | 500×418 Print Print Share Email Snake Photos Snake Photos LEFT: Ringneck Snakes are black with a golden ring around the neck and a yellow belly. Ringneck... LEFT: Ringneck Snakes are black with a golden ring around the neck and a yellow belly. Ringneck... Juvenile Ringneck Snake on Esme's hand We removed some of the dead plants - tillandsias glued to... Juvenile Ringneck Snake on Esme's hand We removed some of the dead plants - tillandsias glued to... ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. Photo © by Suzanne L. Collins Used by permission Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus Size: Length in... Photo © by Suzanne L. Collins Used by permission Ringneck Snake Diadophis punctatus Size: Length in... Tiny Ringneck Snake © 2000 A little Ringneck Snake encountered on a hike at Castlewood State... Tiny Ringneck Snake © 2000 A little Ringneck Snake encountered on a hike at Castlewood State... Perfect hiding place for a juvenile Ringneck Snake The next step is to find some food and see if the... Perfect hiding place for a juvenile Ringneck Snake The next step is to find some food and see if the... The Ringneck Snake sports a yellow to yellow-orange belly much like its close cousin the northern... The Ringneck Snake sports a yellow to yellow-orange belly, much like its close cousin, the northern... Photo © 2005 Jim Jung and licensors. All rights reserved. Photo © 2005 Jim Jung and licensors. All rights reserved. ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. Tweet Tweet If so it is a Ringneck Snake is harmless and care sheets and more information can be found at... If so it is a Ringneck Snake, is harmless, and care sheets and more information can be found at... Ringneck Snake Ringneck Snake Jackson holding a Ringneck Snake Jackson holding a Ringneck Snake Northern ringneck Northern ringneck ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. Diadophis punctatus punctatus Although Ringneck Snakes are also known as ring-necked snakes this... Diadophis punctatus punctatus Although Ringneck Snakes are also known as ring-necked snakes, this... ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. Ringneck Snake ( Diadophis punctatus ) Ringneck Snake ( Diadophis punctatus ) ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. Click here to view Habitat Affinities for this species Click here to view Habitat Affinities for this species Image courtesy of Helleri flickr.com The San Bernardino ring-necked snake is a federal Species of... Image courtesy of Helleri flickr.com The San Bernardino ring-necked snake is a federal Species of... Copperbelly Water Snake Nerodia erythrogaster Copperbelly Water Snake Nerodia erythrogaster . . ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. Pacific Ringneck Snake (Diadophis punctatus amabilis) Stinson Gulch Marin County California Pacific Ringneck Snake (Diadophis punctatus amabilis) Stinson Gulch, Marin County, California . . ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved. ©2006 - 2014 Association of South Eastern Field Herpetologists© All Rights Reserved.
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