Taxonomy - Leptodeira septentrionalis (Northern cat-eyed snake) (SPECIES). Basket 0. (max Scientific name, Leptodeira septentrionalis. Taxonomy. Keyword: Leptodeira septentrionalis. A cat-eyed snake (Leptodeira septentrionalis) at the Gladys Porter Zoo. Photo. ANI A cat-eyed snake. Cat-eyed Snake | Leptodeira septentrionalis photo. Leptodeira septentronalis (Northern cat-eye snake) spotted on a night walk in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica.
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As much of its habitat is disappearing from south Texas, L. Leptodeira septentrionalis lay clutches of eggs, average of 7 eggs, in the spring with an incubation period of two and a half months.
Hatchlings leptodeira septentrionalis typically cm in upon emergence from their eggs. Cat-eyed snakes, as adults measuring Leptodeira septentrionalis leptodeira septentrionalis found from the southern tip of Texas, along the Gulf Coast in Mexico, through Central America, into northern South America.
Hunting at night or in the extremely dense foliage of south Texas, L. As much of its habitat is disappearing from south Texas, L.
Females lay clutches of eggs, average of 7 eggs, leptodeira septentrionalis the spring with an incubation period of two and a half months. Hatchlings are typically cm in upon emergence from their eggs.
In addition to distribution maps and systematic and morphological illustrations, the book includes leptodeira septentrionalis photographs of almost every known species, many taken by the distinguished nature photographers Michael and Patricia Fogden.