IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Range Description

This snake is endemic to Mexico and ranges from the central-western Baja California peninsula, from Cabo Colonet south and westward to Bahia de los Angeles and thence continuously to Cabo San Lucas. It also occurs on the Pacific islands of Magdalena and Santa Margarita, and on the Gulf of California islands of Cerralvo, Carmen, Coronados, Espiritu Santo, Pardo, Partida Sur, San Francisco, San Jose and San Marcos.


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