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Definition of Coachwhip snake

Coachwhip snake
Coachwhip snake Coach"whip` snake" (Zo["o]l.) A large, slender, harmless snake of the southern United States (Masticophis flagelliformis). Note: Its long and tapering tail has the scales so arranged and colored as to give it a braided appearance, whence the name.

Meaning of Coachwhip snake from wikipedia

- flagellum is a species of nonvenomous colubrid snake, commonly referred to as the coachwhip or the whip snake, which is endemic to the United States and Mexico...
- triangulum—milk snake Leptotyphlops dulcis—blind snake Liodytes rigidaglossy water snake Masticophis flagellum—coachwhip snake Nerodia erythrogaster—yellow-bellied...
- Patch-nosed Snake Blackneck Garter Snake Blind snake Checkered Garter Snake Coachwhip snake (Red Racer) Common Kingsnake Desert Kingsnake Gopher Snake Glossy...
- Coachwhip may refer to: a type of whip used by the driver of a horse-drawn coach, usually provided with a long lash Coachwhip (snake), various North American...
- snakes of Florida includes all snakes in the U.S. state of Florida. Southern Black Racer Eastern Coachwhip Florida Brown Snake Florida redbelly snake...
- Masticophis is a genus of colubrid snakes, commonly referred to as whip snakes or coachwhips, which are endemic to the Americas. They are characterized...
- their own tail and roll after people. The hoop snake myth has also been attributed to the coachwhip snake. There are two recognized subspecies of Farancia...
- Gray cat snake Many-spotted cat snake Nicobar cat snake Sri Lanka cat snake Tawny cat snake Chicken snake Coachwhip snake Cobra Andaman cobra Arabian cobra...
- non-venomous snakes (Colubridae) and four species of venomous snakes (Viperidae) are native to Nebraska. Black rat snake Bullsnake Coachwhip snake Common garter...
- flagellum, commonly known as the Eastern coachwhip, is a subspecies of M. flagellum, a nonvenomous, colubrid snake, endemic to the southern United States...
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