What is kingsnake?

  • (noun): Any of numerous nonvenomous North American constrictors; feed on other snakes and small mammals.
    Synonyms: king snake

Kingsnake

Kingsnakes are colubrid snake members of the Lampropeltis genus, which also includes the milk snake and four other species, and 45 subspecies.

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List Of Snakes By Common Name - K
... King brown King cobra King snake California kingsnake Desert kingsnake Grey-banded kingsnake North eastern king snake Prairie kingsnake Scarlet kingsnake Speckled kingsnake Krait Banded krait Blue krait ...
Lampropeltis Getula Meansi
... The Apalachicola Kingsnake (also known as the Apalachicola Lowlands Kingsnake) is a non-venomous species of kingsnake found in a small area of the Florida panhandle known as the Apalachicola Lowlands ... as to whether or not it is a sub-species, the Apalachicola Kingsnake was formerly named Lampropeltis getula goini ...
Kingsnake
... Kingsnakes are colubrid snake members of the Lampropeltis genus, which also includes the milk snake and four other species, and 45 subspecies ... The majority of kingsnakes have quite vibrant patterns on their skins ... Kingsnakes use constriction to kill their prey and tend to be opportunistic when it comes to their diet they will eat other snakes (ophiophagy), including venomous snakes, lizards ...
Lampropeltis Getula - Subspecies
... californiae (Blainville, 1835) California kingsnake L ... floridana Blanchard, 1919 Florida kingsnake L ... getula (Linnaeus, 1766) Eastern kingsnake L ...
Lampropeltis Calligaster Rhombomaculata
... Lampropeltis calligaster rhombomaculata known commonly as the mole kingsnake or brown kingsnake is a subspecies of the prairie kingsnake (Lampropeltis ...