Pueblan Milk Snake



    Pueblan Milk Snake                      

SPECIES: Lampropeltis triangulum campbelli

STATUS: Least Concern

HABITAT: Conifer and broadleaf forest of Oaxaca, Puebla and Morelos Mexico.

DIET: Rodents, amphibians, lizards, and venomous snakes.

GENERAL: The Pueblan Milk Snake spends the nighttime hours searching for prey, and during the day hides under rocks and logs. It is a timid snake so like all milk snakes they tend to shy away from human settlements.

The Pueblan Milk Snake is not venomous. The color bands on this snake are to mimic the Coral Snake which is venomous.

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