IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Rhadinaea flavilata is most prevalent in Florida; it is found throughout most of the peninsula south to around Lake Okeechobee. There are also isolated populations in the central panhandle. Outside of Florida, it is found in isolated populations along the coastal plain from North Carolina to eastern Louisiana.

(Florida Museum of Natural History, 1996)

Biogeographic Regions: atlantic ocean (Native )


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