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Lampropeltis californiae (California kingsnake)

Synonyms: Coluber californiae; Coronella californiae; Coronella getulus var. californica; Lampropeltis boylii; Lampropeltis boylii var. conjuncta; Lampropeltis catalinensis; Lampropeltis conjuncta; Lampropeltis getula californiae; Lampropeltis getula nigrita; Lampropeltis getula nigritus; Lampropeltis getula yumensis; Lampropeltis getulus boylii; Lampropeltis getulus californiae; Lampropeltis getulus catalinensis; Lampropeltis getulus nigritus; Lampropeltis nitida; Lampropeltis yumensis; Ophibolus boylii; Ophibolus getulus eiseni

Wikipedia Abstract

The California kingsnake (Lampropeltis getula californiae) is a nonvenomous colubrid snake endemic to the western United States and northern Mexico. It is a relatively small subspecies of the common kingsnake and is found in a variety of habitats. Due to ease of care and a wide range of color variations, the California kingsnake is one of the most popular snakes in captivity.
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Prey / Diet

Crotalus oreganus (abyssus)[1]
Elgaria multicarinata (Southern Alligator Lizard)[1]
Lampropeltis californiae (California kingsnake)[1]


Lampropeltis californiae (California kingsnake)[1]



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1Jorrit H. Poelen, James D. Simons and Chris J. Mungall. (2014). Global Biotic Interactions: An open infrastructure to share and analyze species-interaction datasets. Ecological Informatics.
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