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The Reptile book a Comprehensive Popularised Work On the Structure And Habits

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The Reptile book a Comprehensive Popularised Work On the Structure And Habits
Raymond Lee Ditmars
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BLACK SWAMP SNAKE; MUD SNAKE Seminatrix pygcea, (Cope) Size rather small. Scales of the body smooth and lustrous ; those of the tail faintly keeled. Form rather stout; head not distinct.
* Tli> iiiii-n exaininol \v;i--, taken near St. Louis; it was i 7 inches long.
263 Small, Keeled-scaled Serpents Colouration. The peculiar markings produce the effect of a snake with keeled scales. The upper-surfaces are blue- black, each scale shining and opalescent. In the centre of each scale, and particular
...ly noticeable on the sides, is a very narrow and faint line of a pale hue; unless examined very closely, these lines look precisely like keels. Mr. Arthur Erwin Brown re- marks: "It is possible that the bright line on the dorsal scales may indicate the former presence of keels, but lately lost. " The sides of the neck are obscurely ban ded with dull yellow the bands extending lengthwise.
For the greater part of its length, the abdomen is brick- red, crossed by narrow black bars, but this characteristic is not evident toward the tail.


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