indigo snake

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indigo snake:

see racerracer,
name for several related swift, slender snakes, especially those of the genus Coluber. All of the racers are nonpoisonous, nonconstricting, day-active snakes. The black racer, C.
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The primary structure of three hemoglobin chains from the Indigo snake (Drymarchon coraiserebennus, Serpentes): First evidence for [alpha]D chains and two [beta] chain types in snakes.
In the course of this study we observed a predation event in which a specimen of Drymarchon melanurus was consuming a Thamnophis proximus.
Drymarchon corais couperi (Eastern Indigo Snake) and Micrurus fulvius fulvius (Eastern Coral Snake).
Algunas de las especies presentes en el Cerro Guiengola utilizan tipos de vegetacion diferentes a los citados en la literatura (Flores & Gerez 1994), ejemplos de estas especies son: Anolis compressicaudus, Ctenosaura oaxacana, Drymarchon melanurus, Masticophis mentovarius, Oxybelis aeneus, Rhinoclemmys rubida rubida, Sphaerodactylus glaucus, Symphimus leucostomus y Tantilla rubra; en total son 59 registros novedosos (Cuadro 2).
siniferus, mostrando asi que son las especies que ocupan un mayor intervalo altitudinal en el Cerro Guiengola; 15 especies, entre ellas Trimorphodon biscutatus, Drymarchon melanurus, Basiliscus vittatus, Phrynosoma asio, Ollotis canalifera y Rhinella marina solo se registraron en el primer piso altitudinal por debajo de los 150 m snm.
imperialis (Kennicott 1859) N X Conophis lineatus Dumeril, Bibron y Dumeril 1854) N X Dryadophis melanolomus Cope 1868 N X X Drymarchon melanurus (Boie 1827) N X Drymobius chloroticus (Cope 1886) N D.