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Tim Spuckler

Cerbat Mountains California Kingsnake Cerbat Mountains California Kingsnake
Lampropeltis getula californiae
Hailing from Mohave County, Arizona, I have found these on several desert herping trips. This locality tends to be brown and white as adults. The California Kingsnake is one of the most popular snakes in captivity due to its ease of care, attractive appearance and tame demeanor.
$100 each

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Western Black King Snake Western Black Kingsnake
Lampropeltis getula nigrita
Also known as the Mexican Black Kingsnake, this all-black serpent is one of my favorites. It is less nervous and more easily handleable than other subspecies of common kingsnakes. They make excellent pets.
Females $250 each, Males $225 each
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South Florida Kingsnake South Florida Kingsnake
Lampropeltis getula floridana
The palest of kingsnakes, these occur in "bone" or lemon-yellow coloration. The babies start out looking much different from adults, having yellow bands on a dark brown background. Some babies have orange flecks, though these are usually disappear with age. Het for nothing, these are locality specific to the southern end of Miami-Dade County, Florida. These are classic "old school" Brook's Kingsnakes from the Glades Herp Canal Line.
$100 each

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Victorville California Kingsnake Victorville California Kingsnake
Lampropeltis getula californiae
Originating from southern California, this locality is a classic "desert phase" and stays black and white into adulthood. California Kingsnakes make for hardy, long-lived pets and can live well over 20 years.
$100 each

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