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TRANS-PECOS RATSNAKE
Bogertophis subocularis subocularis

Trans-Pecos Ratsnake - Bogertophis subocularis subocularis Bogertophis subocularis subocularis from Val Verde County,
Texas                                            Photo by Gerald Keown, SWCHR
Trans-Pecos Ratsnake - Bogertophis subocularis subocularis Blonde  Phase  Bogertophis  subocularis  subocularis  from  the
Christmas Mountains in Brewster Co., Tx.    Photo by Jason Penney

Trans-Pecos Ratsnake - Bogertophis subocularis subocularis
Bogertophis subocularis subocularis from Kinney Co.,  Texas
                                                                                     Photo by Jason Penney

Distribution:  In our region, this species occurs only in the Trans-Pecos and Big Bend regions of Texas westward into south central New Mexico.

Legal Status:  Bogertophis subocularis subocularis is not protected in either Texas or New Mexico.

Note:  To learn more about this species feeding on bats in the wild please click here.




Trans-Pecos Ratsnake - Bogertophis subocularis subocularis
Bogertophis subocularis subocularis from the  Pandale  area in
Val Verde County, Texas               Photo by Gerald Keown, SWCHR
Habitat of the Trans-Pecos Ratsnake along FM 1111 north of Sierra Blanca in Hudspeth Co., Tx.
Habitat of Bogertophis subocularis subocularis along FM 1111
north of Sierra Blanca in Hudspeth Co., Tx. Photo by Jason Penney

Hatchling Trans-Pecos Ratrnake - Bogertophis subocularis subocularis
Hatchling  Bogertophis subocularis subocularis  gets  its  first
peek at the world that awaits outside its egg. Photo by Dan Grubb
Trans-Pecos Ratsnake - Bogertophis subocularis subocularis
Bogertophis subocularis subocularis from near Langtry in Val
Verde County, Texas                                   Photo by Todd Hughes

Trans-Pecos Ratsnake - Bogertophis subocularis subocularis
Blonde   Phase   Bogertophis   subocularis   subocularis   from
Presidio County, Texas                              Photo by Rob Klockman
Habitat of Bogertophis subocularis subocularis west of Sanderson in Terrell County, Texas Habitat of Bogertophis subocularis subocularis in Terrell Co.,
Texas                                                           Photo by Nathan Wells

Habitat of Bogertophis subocularis subocularis in Val Verde Co., Texas
Habitat of  Bogertophis subocularis subocularis  in Val Verde
County, Texas                               Photo by Gerald Keown, SWCHR
Trans-Pecos Ratsnake - Bogertophis subocularis subocularis Bogertophis subocularis subocularis from Val Verde County,
Texas                                            Photo by Gerald Keown, SWCHR

Range of Bogertophis subocularis subocularis
Range of Bogertophis s. subocularis    Map by Tom Lott, SWCHR

Trans-Pecos Ratsnake - Bogertophis subocularis subocularis
Bogertophis subocularis subocularis from Brewster Co.,Texas
                                                                   Photo by Rob Klockman

Trans-Pecos Ratsnake - Bogertophis subocularis subocularis
Neonate Bogertophis subocularis subocularis from Upton Co.,
Texas                                                 Photo by Benjamin Stupavasky
Blonde Trans-Pecos Ratsnake - Bogertophis subocularis subocularis
Blonde Bogertophis subocularis subocularis from Peppers Hill
in southwestern Brewster County, Texas      Photo by Alex Porteck

Trans-Pecos Ratsnake - Bogertophis subocularis subocularis
Bogertophis subocularis subocularis  from Val Verde County,
Texas                                                      Photo by Chris Cirrincione
Blonde Trans-Pecos Ratsnake - Bogertophis subocularis subocularis
Bogertophis subocularis subocularis from  Val Verde County,
Texas                                                       Photo by Chris Cirrincione




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