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THORNSCRUB HOOK-NOSED SNAKE
Gyalopion quadrangulare

Thornscrub Hook-nosed Snake - Gyalopion quadrangulare Gyalopion  quadrangulare  from   Santa  Cruz  County,  Arizona
                                                                  Photo by Damon Salceies

Thornscrub Hook-nosed Snake - Gyalopion quadrangulare Gyalopion  quadrangulare  from   Santa  Cruz  County,  Arizona
                                                                                         Photo by Damon Salceies

Thornscrub Hook-nosed Snake - Gyalopion quadrangulare
Gyalopion  quadrangulare  from   Santa  Cruz  County,  Arizona
                                                                  Photo by Damon Salceies


Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs only along the Mexican border in Santa Cruz County, Arizona.

Legal Status:  Gyalopion quadrangulare has no protected status in our region.


Range of Gyalopion quadrangulare Range of Gyalopion quadrangulare         Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR





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