Any of various nonvenomous master snakes of the types Lampropeltis triangulum ranging from the eastern and central united states of america south to Ecuador, usually having red, black colored, and yellowish or white groups. Also called house serpent, milk adder.
any one of different snakes, Lampropeltis triangulum, with smooth and shiny scales and usually a pattern of tints that runs red-black-yellow or white-black-red.
a harmless American snake (Ophibolus triangulus, or Ophibolus eximius). It really is variously marked with white, gray, and purple. Called additionally milk adder, chicken snake, residence serpent, etc.
A handsome and harmless serpent, Ophibolus eximius, of the family Colubridæ, common in many parts of the United States.
nonvenomous tan and brown king serpent with an arrow-shaped occipital spot; southeastern people have purple stripes like coral snakes