TOP 10 Snake yellow and black stripes

Here are 10 snake species with yellow and black stripes:

  1. Corn snake (Pantherophis guttatus) – a species native to the southeastern United States, known for its orange or red coloration with black and yellow stripes
  2. Yellow rat snake (Elaphe obsoleta quadrivittata) – a species found in the eastern United States, known for its yellow coloration with four black stripes
  3. Black and yellow garter snake (Thamnophis sirtalis) – a common species found throughout much of North America, known for its green or blue coloration with three yellow stripes
  4. Yellowbelly snake (Storeria dekayi) – a small species found in parts of the United States and Canada, known for its reddish or brown coloration with yellow stripes on its belly
  5. Black-headed snake (Tantilla atriceps) – a small species found in the southern United States, known for its black head and neck, and yellow body with black stripes
  6. Louisiana pine snake (Pituophis ruthveni) – a species found in the southeastern United States, known for its brown or gray coloration with yellow stripes and spots
  7. Checkered garter snake (Thamnophis marcianus) – a species found in parts of the United States and Mexico, known for its green or brown coloration with black and yellow checkerboard patterns
  8. Tiger keelback (Rhabdophis tigrinus) – a species found in parts of Asia, known for its brown or olive coloration with yellow stripes and spots
  9. Yellow-blotched palm-pitviper (Bothriechis aurifer) – a venomous species found in parts of Central and South America, known for its green or brown coloration with yellow stripes and spots
  10. Hognose snake (Heterodon) – a species found in parts of the United States and Canada, known for its varied coloration, including patterns of yellow and black stripes and spots.
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