Honduran milk snake

Honduran Milk Snake

Lampropeltis triangulum hondurensis

CLASS Reptilia | ORDER Squamata | FAMILY Colubridae

RANGE Honduras, Nicaragua, and northeastern Costa Rica

HABITAT Lower elevations, under rotting logs or stumps

DIET Other snakes, lizards, small mammals and birds

Avg. 2.8 lbs

Avg. 3 - 4 ft

10 weeks

3 - 18 eggs

IUCN Status
Not Listed
Honduran milk snake

This species is non-venomous and mostly nocturnal. They use quick, jerky movements so that their bands flash, startling predators.