Synonyms for kingsnakes or Related words with kingsnakes

kingsnake              getula              whiptail              ringtail              gnatcatcher              treefrogs              agoutis              tanagers              duikers              nuttalli              skinks              lorikeets              towhees              mephitis              mollies              bushtit              caracara              coatis              filefish              personatus              iguanas              ratsnake              salamanders              ocellated              scoters              ocellaris              swordtails              lampropeltis              hudsonicus              tamiasciurus              polioptila              undulatus              watersnake              virginianus              whiptails              peccary              conures              melanurus              herps              tarantulas              wollweberi              ringtails              lacewings              hognose              killifish              damselfish              caimans              superciliosa              ambystoma              reedbucks             

Examples of "kingsnakes"
Thayer's kingsnakes are oviparous typically laying between 6–14 eggs up to twice per year. Like many other colubrids Thayer's kingsnakes usually mate in early spring following a winter cooling period.
Hubbs, Brian. 2009. "Common Kingsnakes". Tricolor Books, Tempe, Arizona.
Long a favorite among collectors, they do well in captivity, living for up to 25 years or more. Some of the most popular kingsnakes kept in captivity are California, Brook's, Florida and Mexican black kingsnakes.
California kingsnakes are opportunistic feeders, and common food items include rodents, other reptiles, birds, and amphibians. All kingsnakes are non-venomous, but are powerful constrictors and generally kill their prey through suffocation. The "king" in their name refers to their propensity to hunt and consume other snakes, including venomous rattlesnakes that are commonly indigenous to their natural habitat. California kingsnakes are naturally resistant to the venom of rattlesnakes but are not totally immune.
Non-human denizens of the reservation include canyon tree frogs, cottontail rabbits, rattlesnakes, desert kingsnakes, and California condors.
"Coronella" is closely related to the American kingsnakes ("Lampropeltis") and both groups were once classified within the same genus.
There are a variety of reptiles − including side-blotched lizards, southern alligator lizards and western fence lizards; the native western pond turtle and introduced/invasive crawdads; and numerous species of snakes, including southern Pacific rattlesnakes, San Diego gopher snakes, striped racers, California kingsnakes, common kingsnakes, ringneck snakes, and western aquatic garter snakes.
Scarlet kingsnakes are secretive, nocturnal, fossorial snakes and are infrequently seen by people. They are excellent climbers. Scarlet kingsnakes can be found underneath the loose bark on rotting pines (which is a favorite place for them to hide during spring or during heavy rains), under the bark on dying or decaying pines and their stumps, and decaying wood where they hunt for their favorite prey, small snakes & lizards, especially skinks. Hatchling scarlet kingsnakes show a strong pre-disposition for ground skinks, "Scincella lateralis", often to the exclusion of other prey items.
This species (not unlike other kingsnakes) occupy rocky areas and places lush with vegetation in various regions of the Sonora Desert, Northwestern Sinaloa, Mexico, and small parts of Arizona. Recent evidence suggests that species found within Arizona, despite their dark markings, are actually a cross between the Mexican black kingsnake ("Lampropeltis getula nigrita"), the California kingsnake ("Lampropeltis getula californiae"), or the desert black kingsnake ("Lampropeltis getula splendida"). The various kingsnakes in these areas often interbreed and are no longer considered "pure" Mexican black kingsnakes. The Mexican black kingsnake's diet consists mainly of small rodents, lizards, birds, eggs, and other snakes.
Gray-banded kingsnakes feed primarily on lizards. They will occasionally feed on small rodents, frogs, and the eggs of ground nesting birds, lizards, and other snakes.
They prefer wetter habitats than other kingsnakes, like swamps and rivers, but they do commonly venture to dry areas like woodlands and grassy fields.
Lampropeltis elapsoides, commonly known as the scarlet kingsnake, is a species of kingsnake found in the southeastern and eastern portions of the United States. Like all kingsnakes, they are nonvenomous. They are found in pine flatwoods, hydric hammocks, pine savannas, mesic pine-oak forests, prairies, cultivated fields, and a variety of suburban habitats; it is not unusual for people to find scarlet kingsnakes in their swimming pools, especially during the spring. Until recently - and for much of the 20th century - scarlet kingsnakes were considered a sub-species of milksnakes. However, Pyron & Bubrink demonstrated the phylogenetic distinction of this species and its closer relationship to the mountain kingsnakes of the southwestern United States. These largely fossorial snakes are the smallest of all species within the genus "Lampropeltis", usually ranging from at maturity. The maximum recorded length is . Hatchlings range in size from .
February 11, 2013 the four main characters underwent "snake workshop" with two Mexican black kingsnakes. The drill required them to get
Kingsnakes are colubrid snakes, members of the genus Lampropeltis, which include milk snakes and four other species. Among these, there are approximately 45 recognized subspecies.
Lenz has done production work for Paul Gross, David Keeley, Doug Cameron, Adam Crossley, Holly Stell, The Crawling Kingsnakes and Ava Bowers.
Pound for pound in terms of constriction strength, kingsnakes such as the California kingsnake are potentially the strongest of all constrictors, due to the fact that they can exert twice as much constriction force as other snakes such as ratsnakes and pythons relative to body size. This extreme power likely evolved due to the fact that kingsnakes feed predominantly on other snakes and other reptile species, necessitated the evolution of stronger coils to kill prey that needed less oxygen flowing through its bloodstream.
Kingsnakes use constriction to kill their prey and tend to be opportunistic when it comes to their diet; they will eat other snakes (ophiophagy), including venomous snakes. Kingsnakes will also eat lizards, rodents, birds, and eggs. The common kingsnake is known to be immune to the venom of other snakes and do eat rattlesnakes, but it is not necessarily immune to the venom of snakes from different localities.
Black kingsnakes occupy a wide variety of habitats and is one of the most frequently encountered species by humans in some states. Preferred habitats include abandoned farmsteads, debris piles, edges of floodplains, and thick brush around streams and swamps.
The other members decided to not replace him. Instead, they became involved with several other groups until Tony recovered. These bands and projects included Over Under Sideways Down, the Kingsnakes, The Go, and the Paybacks.
Gray-banded kingsnakes are moderately sized snakes, can grow up to 4 ft in length, with the average being 3 ft. They have a relatively wide head (when compared to other kingsnake species), and have large eyes with round pupils.