|A California mountain kingsnake checks out a ranger's duty belt.|
|A California mountain kingsnake vertically wedging itself in the crack in the springbox.|
|Count the interrupted triads on California mountain kingsnake number 4|
|Tail of a western yellow-bellied racer sticking out from a hidey-hole in the springbox.|
|No more flying rattlesnakes!|
|At a total length of 71cm, this California mountain kingsnake had interrupted triads at 25L and 33, and triads 43 and 44 were linked.|
|A busy field and office day with a little help from a friend.|
Next up are the modest and harmless gopher snakes of 2015.
California Mountain Kingsnake, Lampropeltis zonata
Western Yellow-bellied Racer, Coluber constrictor mormon
Northern Pacific Rattlesnake, Crotalus oreganus oreganus
Pacific Gopher Snake, Pituophis catenifer catenifer
Snakes in Question, The Smithsonian Answer Book. Carl H. Ernst, George R. Zug. The Smithsonian Institute. 1996, 2004.