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Milk snakes, Lampropeltis triangulum, have a wider geographical range than most other species of snake. They can be found in the United States almost anywhere east of the Rocky mountains (Audubon 1979).

In Canada, they range from southcentral and southeastern Ontario to southwestern Quebec. They are also found in Mexico and Central America in any non-arid area (Williams 1994).

Biogeographic Regions: nearctic (Native )


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