Rock Rattlesnake

Venomous

Location:

South-east Arizona.

Mountain Ranges:

Coronado National Forest:

Huachucas, Santa Ritas, Whetstones, Dragoons, Peloncillos, and Chiricauhuas.

Elevation:

High Elevations

 

Habitat:

Rocky Terrains

 

Reproduction:

Mates in spring.

Oviparous

10 young born in summer.

Behavior:

BITES WHEN HANDLED OR HARRASSED!

Subspecies:

1. Banded Rock Rattlesnake (C. lepidus klauberi) 

Southeastern Arizona, southwestern New Mexico, the mountains around El Paso, Texas, and into northern Mexico.

 

2.Mottled Rock Rattlesnake (C. lepidus lepidus)

Southeastern New Mexico and southwestern Texas. 

 

3. Durango Rock Rattlesnake (C. lepidus maculosus)

Northern Mexico.

4. Tamaulipan Rock Rattlesnake (C. lepidus morulus) 

The species occurs from southeastern Arizona, southern New Mexico, and western Texas and Northern Mexico.     

Protected Species

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520-561-1355

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P.O. Box 91934

Tucson, AZ 85752

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