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blacksnake

/black·snake/ (-snāk)
1. Pseudechis porphyriacus, a large venomous semiaquatic Australian snake whose body is black on top and red underneath.
2. Coluber constrictor, a nonvenomous snake found in North America.
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Seasonal shifts in the thermoregulatory behaviour of Australian blacksnakes, Pseudechis porphyriacus (Serpentes: Elapidae).
After all his show, he couldn't even keep a 4-1/2-foot blacksnake from raiding the nests, and he was clearly unable to service our now-mature hens, so what good was he.
While the Blacksnakes are postured for transition to the next generation of fighter aircraft, the airmen continue to be focused on protecting this great state, nation and its fine citizens with integrity, excellence and professionalism.
Strawberries were always a favorite, even though at harvest time it meant hours on end spent stooped over picking the berries as I kept an eye out for blacksnakes and copperheads.
Had the false chameleons on the boardwalk been sunning for long, they would have been green rather than brown; and blacksnakes do not in fact pose any danger to butterflies.
Seasonal shifts in the thermoregulatory behavior of Australian blacksnakes, Pseudechis porphyriacus (Serpentes: Elapidae).