|Species||Authority||Subsp.*||Common name||Geographic range|
|E. alleghaniensis||(Holbrook, 1836)||0||Eastern ratsnake|
|E. bairdi||(Yarrow, 1880)||0||Baird's rat snake|
|E. flavirufa||(Cope, 1867)||0||Culebra-ratonera tropical|
|E. gloydi||Conant, 1940||0||Eastern foxsnake|
|E. guttata||(Linnaeus, 1766)||1||Corn snake|
|E. obsoleta||(Say In James, 1823)||0||Rat snake|
|E. phaescens||Dowling, 1952||0||Culebra-ratonera yucateca|
|E. slowinskii||Burbrink, 2002||0||Slowinski's cornsnake|
|E. spiloides||(Duméril, Bibron & Duméril, 1854)||0||Gray ratsnake|
|E. vulpina||(Baird and Girard, 1853)||0||Fox snake|
Crother et al. (2003) rejected the taxonomic change to Pantherophis, preferring to retain the current concept of Elaphe pending further review.
Mice serve as paratenic hosts for the transmission of Caryospora duszynskii (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) between snakes of the genus Elaphe
Jul 01, 2005; Key words: Coccidia, Eimeriidae, Caryospora duszynskii, transmission, paratenic host Abstract. Caryospora duszynskii Upton,...
Habitat use and seasonal activity patterns of the Great Plains ratsnake (Elaphe guttata emoryi) in Central Texas.(Report)
Dec 01, 2008; Many species of snakes are declining in abundance, and habitat loss is believed to be a major contributing factor (Gibbons et...
Comparative Food Habits and Body Size of Five Populations of Elaphe quatuorlineata: the Effects of Habitat Variation, and the Consequences of Intersexual Body Size Dimorphism on Diet Divergence
Aug 02, 2005; The comparative diet and body size of the Four-Lined Snake (elaphe quatuorlineata), one of the largest and more vulnerable...
Black rat snake: Elaphe obsoleta obsoleta (Squamata: Colubridae).(Pest Spotlight: ARMING PMP's WITH KNOWLEDGE)
Sep 01, 2008; [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The black rat snake is considered to be a medium-sized snake (despite the horrific impression a full grown...