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www.californiaherps.com/identification/snakesid/gartersnakes.id.html

If you have the snake in hand or have close-up photographs, especially of the head, look at our California gartersnakes key, which lists some scale counts that will help to identify a particular species. Look at the pictures below and try to find the one that looks most like your snake.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garter_snake

Garter snake (in addition to ribbon snake) is a common name for the nearly harmless, small to medium-sized snakes belonging to the genus Thamnophis. Endemic to North America, species in the genus Thamnophis can be found from the subarctic plains of Canada to Central America.The common garter snake, Thamnophis sirtalis, is the state reptile of Massachusetts. ...

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www.californiaherps.com/snakes/pages/t.s.infernalis.html

Garter Snake, Southern Populations, Thamnophis sirtalis (Linnaeus 1758). They remark that southern coastal populations of T. sirtalis have not been formally described as a distinct taxon, mentioning some ongoing studies on them, and discuss the snake's life history, taxonomy, the nature and degree of threat to it, and more.

www.coniferousforest.com/california-red-sided-garter-snake.htm

The California red-sided garter snake or red-sided garter is a subspecies of common garter snakes found in North America. These colorful, medium-sized snakes are considered harmless since their mild neurotoxic venom is not deadly to humans. Despite having enlarged teeth, the garter snakes lack an efficient means of delivering venom since their gums are comparatively […]

www.snake-removal.com/california.html

Garter Snake: Common all over the state of California, garter snakes are a harmless snake with either two or three light bands or stripes, usually with quite a large and wide head compared o the other species of snake. Also known as the garden snake, the name will give you some idea of where you’ll find it - many home owners report garter snakes in their yards from time to time.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Garter_Snake

The common garter snake (Thamnophis sirtalis) is a species of natricine snake, which is indigenous to North America and found widely across the continent. Most common garter snakes have a pattern of yellow stripes on a black, brown or green background, and their average total length (including tail) is about 55 cm (22 in), with a maximum total length of about 137 cm (54 in).

www.learnaboutnature.com/animals/snakes/california-red-sided-garter-snake

If you are looking for the most beautiful and strikingly colorful garter snakes, the California Red Sided Garter Snake could be just the snakes for you. These snakes belong to the subspecies Thamnophis Sirtalis Infernalis. This remarkable Red sided Garter snake inhabits a narrow corridor in

designpress.com/inspiration/garter-snake-pictures

Garter snake pictures have been clicked from several angles to show its beauty. The pictures of Garter snakes depict a lot about their lives in the wild and other habitats. These snakes can be seen in dry falling off forests with rough branches and dry leaves. ... California Red Side Garter Snake. Striking red, white and black garter snake ...

www.gartersnake.info/species/us/california

Legal Status in California. The Giant Garter Snake is listed as threatened and the San Francisco Garter Snake is listed as endangered on both the state and federal endangered species lists. Neither they nor the Two-striped Garter Snake may be collected without a permit.