Go to: main text of page main navigation local menu. Altitude 1, feet elevation. Synonymy: after Roze and others. Distribution: not in Yucatan state Mexico , fide Gonzalez-Sanchez et al. Records from Belize remain to be confirmed; this snake probably does not occur in Belize Stafford Size: Max.
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Small to medium-sized snake that can grow up to cm, although the average length of the adults is between 50 and cm. Relatively robust body with a medium sized head, not very differentiated from the body. The coral snake has three colors: full rings that follow the sequence red-cream-black-cream. The red ring is slightly wider than the black one. The cream-colored ring can be substituted by white or light yellow shades. It can be found in premontane plains and forests.
A snake commonly found in pastures, coffee plantations, abandoned plots, and house gardens. Ophiophagus snake, meaning it feeds of other snakes and river eels. It can be found from Mexico to the north of Colombia. In our country it is common in the Central Plateau, even in the cities of San Jose and Heredia, as well as along the Pacific slope, from sea level to m of altitude.
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Micrurus nigrocinctus , commonly known as the Central American coral snake , is a species of a highly venomous snake in the family Elapidae. The species is endemic to southern Mexico , Central America , and Colombia. Common names for M. It has smooth scales , a rounded head, and eyes with round pupils. Its color pattern can vary from two-colored to three-colored, with black, yellow and red banding.