It is considered to be a subspecies of the Eastern Yellowbellied Racer; the two subspecies are distinguished by the number of lip scales they possess. Drymobius - Neotropical Racers . Venom Non-venomous. Scientific Name Drymobius margaritiferus. To the authors' knowledge there is one other report of helminths in D. margaritiferus (Goldberg & Bursey 2004a). Classification. Photographer. Photo by W.Wuster .

Reproduction Eggs. Scientific Name Drymobius margaritiferus.

Common Name … Drymobius chloroticus - Green Highland Racer ; Drymobius margaritiferus - Speckled Racer . Notes. Venom Non-venomous. Family Solid Toothed & Rear Fanged. D. m. fistulosus - Central American Speckled Racer D. m. fistulosus - Central American Speckled Racer Central American Speckled Racer Drymobius margaritiferus fistulosus. RHINOCEROS RATSNAKE Rhynchophis boulengeri Vietnam. Common Name …

Distribution South. Distribution South. Drymobius margaritiferus - Speckled Racer . Reproduction Eggs. Drymobius margaritiferus fistulosus: 2010-08-00: Huajicori Central American Speckled Racer (Drymobius margaritiferus fistulosus)Recent Records. Number of Offspring 5. Baird’s Rat Snake Elaphe bairdi. Average adult size is 2.5 – 5 feet long (66-157 cm). Range northern South America, Central America, Mexico, southern Texas in the United States. Common Name Central American Speckled Racer. Number of Offspring 5.
Average Length 134cm. Photographer. Adult mexican racers are slender, and are an olive gray-green, with a yellow underside. Drymobius - Neotropical Racers . The speckled racer, Drymobius margaritiferus, occurs from southern Texas on the Atlantic coast and southern Sonora, Mexico on the Pacific coast, through Central America and into South America along the Caribbean coast of Colombia (Wilson 1974).
Speckled Racers are oviparous snakes and lay up to 8 eggs in the spring or summer. Average Length 134cm. The eggs hatch after about two months. BLANDING'S TREESNAKE Toxicodryas blandingi Tropical Africa click on images to … Photo by W.Wuster . Notes. Central American Speckled Racer Drymobius margaritiferus. Hatchlings are approximately15cm and reach maturity in 2 to 3 years.

Central American speckled racer: Mexico (Sonora) [] Drymobius rhombifer: Rhombic racer: Brazil (Roraima) [] Dryocalamus gracilis: Scarce bridal snake: Sri Lanka: X : NORTHERN RUFOUS EGG-EATING SNAKE Dasypeltis medici medici S.Africa .

Taxon Date County State; 1. Common Name Central American Speckled Racer. Family Solid Toothed & Rear Fanged. D. m. melanurus - Central American Indigo Snake ; D. m. orizabensis - Orizaba Cribo ; D. m. rubidus - Mexican West Coast Cribo ; D. m. unicolor - Central American Cribo . Central American Speckled Racer Drymobius margaritiferus. Baird’s Rat Snake Elaphe bairdi.