What kind of snake is black with yellow dimond spots in Mississippi?

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Description: Ringneck snakes are small – 10 - 15 in (25 - 38 cm) – slender snakes that are generally grayish with a yellow or orange band around the back of the neck and a yellow or orange underside. Two subspecies are found in our region. The northern ringneck snake (Diadophis punctatus ...

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