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Scarlet Snake

December 24, 2016 |

Scarlet Snake Facts Identification & Control Latin Name Cemophora coccinea Appearance Scarlet snake, a relatively small with no venom which is primarily found in the south-eastern part of united states. It is usually about 14-21 inches long. The colorful scarlet snake maybe light cream to yellow in body color with red patches usually irregularly encircled in black. The snake has banded appearance as the patches encircle the upper body parts.…

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Rat Snake

December 24, 2016 |

Trans Pecos Rat Snake Facts, Identification & Control Latin Name Bogertophis subocularis Appearance The Trans-Pecos rat snake is a non-venomous snake which can be found is certain places such as Northern Mexico, Southern Arizona and Southwestern Texas. This is the species of snakes commonly used as a pet by snake lovers. It is easy to train and raise the snake while in captivity and its distinguished by its vivid markings.…

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Garter Snake

December 24, 2016 |

Giant Garter Snake Facts, Identification & Control Latin Name Thanophis gigas Morphology The giant garter snake is among the largest snakes in North America. The scaly skin color can be brown, black or olive with checkered pattern or yellowish stripes. The neck is narrower than the head. Distinct stripes can be seen on snakes at the northern end. The color of giant garter snakes in San Joaquin Valley is usually…

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Glossy Snake

December 24, 2016 |

Glossy Snake Facts, Identification and control Latin Name Arizona elegans Physical Appearance Glossy snake, otherwise known as faded snake is a term used to describe a group of snake found mostly in the southwestern region of the United States and some parts of Mexico. The most prominent of the snake specie is the elegans, found mostly in Arizona, alongside some other subspecies. The snake does not produce venom. When fully…

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Eastern Garter Snake

December 24, 2016 |

Common Eastern Garter Snake Facts Identification & Control Latin Name: Thamnophis sirtalis Physical features The common Garter snake comes in different colors with a slender and long body. They are normally 18-26 inches in length but some can reach a length of four feet when fully grown. Running down the length of the body are three light stripes and color of the upper body can be olive, brown-grey or red.…

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Copperhead Snake

December 24, 2016 |

Copperhead Snake Facts Identification & Control Latin Name Agkistrodon contortrix Physical features Copperhead Snake are normally found in the southeastern part of the United States of America. The sight of copperhead snake is something that could bring fear. Depending on the area of the country, the color of copperhead snake can either be brown or tan and they can grow to a length of two to three feet. The hour-glass…

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Best Snake Deterrent

November 1, 2016 |

Best Snake Deterrent is a product that can drive away snakes in your garden and house, which in turn can allow all the individuals in the family including you not to become worried with the poisonous reptiles. So, if you always encounter these animals around your home, you can do a lot of things such as regular cleaning and use the best deterrent product. In this way, you can do…

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Snake Repellent

May 1, 2014 | Comments Off on Snake Repellent

One of the most effective snake repellent products on the market is made by Nature’s Mace and contains Mint Oil, SLS, Thyme Oil, Putrescent Egg Solid and Garlic. This product relies on the interference with the snake’s Jacobson’s organ. This method has been studied, tested and proven to be effective in the repellent of snakes. University studies have concluded this formula repels a wide number of snake species including rattlesnakes.…

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