Species Information

Reptilia observations for selected quads

Linked life history provided courtesy of NatureServe Explorer.
Records may include both recent and historical observations.
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List Reptilia observations in 1 selected quad.
Selected quad is: Hubbard Lake.

Scientific Name and Life HistoryCommon Name and PicturesClassQuadUS StatusKY StatusWAPReference
Lampropeltis getula nigra Black KingsnakeReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Elaphe obsoleta obsoleta Black Rat SnakeReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Nerodia fasciata confluens Broad-banded Water SnakeReptiliaHubbard LakeNE YesReference
Eumeces laticeps Broadhead SkinkReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Sternotherus odoratus Common Musk TurtleReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Nerodia rhombifer rhombifer Diamondback Water SnakeReptiliaHubbard LakeNN YesReference
Terrapene carolina carolina Eastern Box TurtleReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Thamnophis sirtalis sirtalis Eastern Garter SnakeReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Graptemys pseudogeographica pseudogeographica False Map TurtleReptiliaHubbard LakeNN YesReference
Eumeces fasciatus Five-lined SkinkReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Apalone mutica mutica Midland Smooth SoftshellReptiliaHubbard LakeNS YesReference
Lampropeltis triangulum Milk SnakeReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Graptemys pseudogeographica kohnii Mississippi Map TurtleReptiliaHubbard LakeNN YesReference
Graptemys ouachitensis Ouachita Map TurtleReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Chrysemys picta Painted TurtleReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Nerodia erythrogaster Plainbelly Water SnakeReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Coluber constrictor RacerReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Trachemys scripta elegans Red-eared SliderReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Pseudemys concinna River CooterReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Opheodrys aestivus Rough Green SnakeReptiliaHubbard LakeNN Reference
Chrysemys dorsalis Southern Painted TurtleReptiliaHubbard LakeNT YesReference
Thamnophis proximus proximus Western Ribbon SnakeReptiliaHubbard LakeNT YesReference
22 species are listed.