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Mojave Rattlesnake Photos
Mojave Rattlesnake
The Mojave Green has the most potent venom of any rattlesnake in North America.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-042 request pricing

Mojave Desert - Mojave Green Rattlesnake Images
Mojave Desert - Mojave Green Rattlesnake
The Mojave Green has the most potent venom of any rattlesnake in North America.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-044 request pricing

Stock photography of Mojave Desert - Mojave Rattlesnake
Mojave Desert - Mojave Rattlesnake
Prefer open desert rather than rocky areas, often around bushes such as creosote.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-005 request pricing Google Earth

Mojave Green Rattlesnake Pictures
Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Can grow to over 4 feet in length.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-008 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Mojave Desert - Mojave Rattlesnake
Mojave Desert - Mojave Rattlesnake
Can grow to over 4 feet in length.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-041 request pricing

Pictures of Mojave Rattlesnake
Mojave Rattlesnake
Prefer open desert rather than rocky areas, often around bushes such as creosote.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-043 request pricing

Stock images of Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Prefer open desert rather than rocky areas, often around bushes such as creosote.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-045 request pricing

Mojave Green Rattlesnake Stock Photography
Mojave Green Rattlesnake
The Mojave Green has the most potent venom of any rattlesnake in North America.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-046 request pricing

Speckled Rattlesnake Photos
Speckled Rattlesnake
species: Crotalus mitchellii
photo-id: REP-047 request pricing

Mojave Desert - Speckled Rattlesnake Images
Mojave Desert - Speckled Rattlesnake
species: Crotalus mitchellii
photo-id: REP-048 request pricing

Stock photography of Two Striped Garter Snake in Vernal Pool
Two Striped Garter Snake in Vernal Pool
Often seen in or around water, streams, ponds, lakes. Very common around Vernal Pools as this individual was.
species: Thamnophis hammondii
photo-id: REP-039 request pricing Google Earth

Two Striped Garter Snake in Vernal Pool Pictures
Two Striped Garter Snake in Vernal Pool
Often seen in or around water, streams, ponds, lakes. Very common around Vernal Pools as this individual was.
species: Thamnophis hammondii
photo-id: REP-040 request pricing Google Earth

Stock photos of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Heavy bodied brown to olive-brown venomous snake thin neck with large triangular head.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-016 request pricing

Pictures of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Juveniles are 10 to 12 inches in length adults can be well over 50 inches.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-017 request pricing

Stock images of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Primarily nocturnal but can be active during daylight hours when temperatures are moderate.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-018 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Stock Photography
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Also found on Santa Cruz and Santa Catalina Islands.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-019 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Photos
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Heavy bodied brown to olive-brown venomous snake thin neck with large triangular head.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-020 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Images
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Primarily nocturnal but can be active during daylight hours when temperatures are moderate.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-021 request pricing

Stock photography of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Heavy bodied brown to olive-brown venomous snake thin neck with large triangular head.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-022 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Pictures
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Juveniles are 10 to 12 inches in length adults can be well over 50 inches.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-023 request pricing

Stock photos of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Primarily nocturnal but can be active during daylight hours when temperatures are moderate.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-024 request pricing

Pictures of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Also found on Santa Cruz and Santa Catalina Islands.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-025 request pricing

Stock images of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Heavy bodied brown to olive-brown venomous snake thin neck with large triangular head.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-026 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Stock Photography
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Primarily nocturnal but can be active during daylight hours when temperatures are moderate.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-027 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Photos
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Heavy bodied brown to olive-brown venomous snake thin neck with large triangular head.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-028 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Images
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Juveniles are 10 to 12 inches in length adults can be well over 50 inches.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-029 request pricing

Stock photography of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Primarily nocturnal but can be active during daylight hours when temperatures are moderate.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-030 request pricing

Southern Pacific Rattlesnake Pictures
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Juveniles are 10 to 12 inches in length adults can be well over 50 inches.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-031 request pricing

Stock photos of Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
Also found on Santa Cruz and Santa Catalina Islands.
species: Crotalus viridis helleri
photo-id: REP-032 request pricing

Pictures of Mojave Rattlesnake
Mojave Rattlesnake
The Mojave Green has the most potent venom of any rattlesnake in North America.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-001 request pricing Google Earth

Stock images of Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Mojave Green Rattlesnake
Can grow to over 4 feet in length.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-002 request pricing Google Earth

Mojave Rattlesnake Stock Photography
Mojave Rattlesnake
The Mojave Green has the most potent venom of any rattlesnake in North America.
species: Crotalus scutulatus
photo-id: REP-003 request pricing Google Earth

see also
| Borrego Desert | Desert Tortoise | Mojave Desert | Mojave Green Rattlesnake | Mojave Rattlesnake | Southern Pacific Rattlesnake |
| Speckled Rattlesnake |

species represented
Crotalus mitchellii, Crotalus scutulatus, Crotalus viridis helleri, Thamnophis hammondii

keywords
California Vernal Pool, Pools, Reptile, Snakes, Urban, Venomous, Wildlife

external links - (Links to external website reference material.)
| CaliforniaHerps.com - Mojave Rattlesnake | Reptiles of Arizona - Mojave Rattlesnake | San Diego Natural History Museum - Speckled Rattlesnake |
| Wikipedia - Mojave Rattlesnake |

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