Meet Our
Snakes & Lizards!

All Austin Reptile Service snakes are non-venomous!

Ball Python (Leucistic)<br/>(aka
Ball python (Leucistic)
This snake is a beautiful white color. It is a stocky snake with a relatively small head and smooth scales
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Ball Python (Leucistic)
(aka "Ebony")
Non-venomous species native to West and Central Africa. Leucistic means it has reduced pigmentation.
Coastal Rosy Boa<br/>(aka
Coastal Rosy Boa
This species is found North of the US–Mexico border within San Diego County in California and along the coastal Peninsular Ranges, northward into the Mojave Desert, and eastward in the Sonoran Desert of California and Arizona.
Wiki Info
Coastal Rosy Boa
(aka "Glitter")

A heavy bodied snake with smooth scales and a tapered blunt tail. Non-venomous.
Bullsnake<br/> (aka
Bullsnake
This non-venomous snake is the second-longest snake in Texas behind the indigo snake.
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Bullsnake
(aka "David Attenborough")

Non-venomous constrictor. Texas native.
Coachwhip (Western)<br/>(aka
Coachwhip (Western)
Coachwhips are thin-bodied snakes with small heads and large eyes with round pupils. They vary greatly in color, but most reflect a proper camouflage for their natural habitat.
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Coachwhip (Western)
(aka "Frank")

Non-venomous, sometimes referred to as the "whip snake". Texas native.
Kansas Glossy<br/> (aka
Kansas Glossy Snake
Endemic to the southwestern United States and Mexico.
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Kansas Glossy
(aka "Wayward")

A medium-sized colubrid snake. Non-venomous.
Hognose (Western)<br/>(aka
Hognose (Western)
The Western Hognose's color and pattern is highly variable between subspecies. It possesses a sharply upturned snout that is used for digging and burrowing.
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Hognose (Western)
(aka "Calypso")

A relatively small, stout-bodied snake. Texas native.
Emory's Rat Snake<br/>(aka
Emory's Rat Snake
Typically light gray or tan in color, with dark gray, brown, or green-gray blotching down its back, and stripes on either side of the head which meet to form a point between the eyes. They are capable of growing from 3 feet to 5 feet long.
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Emory's Rat Snake
(aka "Tim Cole")

Non-venomous rat snake native to the central part of the United States, from Missouri to Nebraska, to Colorado, south to Texas, and into northern Mexico.
Indonesian Merauke Blue Tongue Skink<br/>(aka
Indonesian Merauke Blue Tongue Skink
The Merauke blue-tongued skink hails from the tropical environment of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea.
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Indonesian Merauke Blue Tongue Skink
(aka "Steve Irwin")

The Merauke blue-tongued skink is the longest of all the Tiliqua species; often reaching nearly 26-30 inches
Boa Constrictor (female)<br/>(aka
Female Boa Constrictor
Females commonly exceed 10 ft and can weigh up to 30 lbs.
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Boa Constrictor (female)
(aka "Suequeena")

Boa constrictor, also called the common boa, is a species of large, non-venomous, heavy-bodied snake that is frequently kept and bred in captivity
Caramel Striped Corn Snake<br/>(aka
Corn Snake
Though superficially resembling the venomous copperhead and often killed as a result of this mistaken identity, corn snakes lack functional venom and are harmless.
Wiki Info
Caramel Striped Corn Snake
(aka "Rachel Carson")

A North American species of rat snake that subdues its small prey by constriction. Non-venomous.
Bullsnake<br/>(aka
Bullsnake
This non-venomous snake is the second-longest snake in Texas behind the indigo snake.
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Bullsnake
(aka "Dr. Jane Goodall")

Non-venomous constrictor. Texas native.
Checkered Garter<br/>(aka
Checkered Garter Snake
Their preferred habitats are desert and grassland, usually close to water.
Wiki Info
Checkered Garter
(aka "Gypsy")

The checkered garter snake is one of the easiest garter snakes to tame.
Grey Banded Kingsnake<br/>(aka
Grey Banded Kingsnake
This non-venomous snake's natural range is sparsely populated with humans, and many regions are virtually impassable due to the mountainous terrain.
Wiki Info
Grey Banded Kingsnake
(aka "Delicious")

Non-venomous, nocturnal and quite secretive. Texas native.
Hognose (Western)<br/>(aka
Hognose (Western)
The Western Hognose's color and pattern is highly variable between subspecies. It possesses a sharply upturned snout that is used for digging and burrowing.
Wiki Info
Hognose (Western)
(aka "Lyssa")

A relatively small, stout-bodied snake. Texas native.
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade)
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade )
The desert kingsnake's diet consists of rodents, lizards, and smaller snakes, including rattlesnakes. They normally grow 3–4 feet long but have been known to grow up to 6.8 feet. They are docile creatures when coming face to face with humans.
Wiki Info
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade)
Non-venomous. Colubrid snake endemic to the western United States and northern Mexico.
Bearded Dragon<br/>(aka
Bearded Dragon
The name "bearded dragon" refers to the "beard" of the dragon, the underside of the throat, which can turn black for a number of reasons, most often as a result of stress.
Wiki Info
Bearded Dragon
(aka "Pixel")

The central bearded dragon is the most common species in captivity as well as one of the most popular pet reptiles.

Meet Our
Snakes & Lizards!

All Austin Reptile Service snakes are non-venomous!

Ball Python (Leucistic)<br/>(aka
Ball python (Leucistic)
This snake is a beautiful white color. It is a stocky snake with a relatively small head and smooth scales
Wiki Info
Ball Python (Leucistic)
(aka "Ebony")
Non-venomous species native to West and Central Africa. Leucistic means it has reduced pigmentation.
Coastal Rosy Boa<br/>(aka
Coastal Rosy Boa
This species is found North of the US–Mexico border within San Diego County in California and along the coastal Peninsular Ranges, northward into the Mojave Desert, and eastward in the Sonoran Desert of California and Arizona.
Wiki Info
Coastal Rosy Boa
(aka "Glitter")

A heavy bodied snake with smooth scales and a tapered blunt tail. Non-venomous.
Bullsnake<br/> (aka
Bullsnake
This non-venomous snake is the second-longest snake in Texas behind the indigo snake.
More Info
Bullsnake
(aka "David Attenborough")

Non-venomous constrictor. Texas native.
Coachwhip (Western)<br/>(aka
Coachwhip (Western)
Coachwhips are thin-bodied snakes with small heads and large eyes with round pupils. They vary greatly in color, but most reflect a proper camouflage for their natural habitat.
More Info
Coachwhip (Western)
(aka "Frank")

Non-venomous, sometimes referred to as the "whip snake". Texas native.
Kansas Glossy<br/> (aka
Kansas Glossy Snake
Endemic to the southwestern United States and Mexico.
Wiki Info
Kansas Glossy
(aka "Wayward")

A medium-sized colubrid snake. Non-venomous.
Hognose (Western)<br/>(aka
Hognose (Western)
The Western Hognose's color and pattern is highly variable between subspecies. It possesses a sharply upturned snout that is used for digging and burrowing.
Wiki Info
Hognose (Western)
(aka "Calypso")

A relatively small, stout-bodied snake. Texas native.
Emory's Rat Snake<br/>(aka
Emory's Rat Snake
Typically light gray or tan in color, with dark gray, brown, or green-gray blotching down its back, and stripes on either side of the head which meet to form a point between the eyes. They are capable of growing from 3 feet to 5 feet long.
Wiki Info
Emory's Rat Snake
(aka "Tim Cole")

Non-venomous rat snake native to the central part of the United States, from Missouri to Nebraska, to Colorado, south to Texas, and into northern Mexico.
Boa Constrictor (female)<br/>(aka
Female Boa Constrictor
Females commonly exceed 10 ft and can weigh up to 30 lbs.
Wiki Info
Boa Constrictor (female)
(aka "Suequeena")

Boa constrictor, also called the common boa, is a species of large, non-venomous, heavy-bodied snake that is frequently kept and bred in captivity
Caramel Striped Corn Snake<br/>(aka
Corn Snake
Though superficially resembling the venomous copperhead and often killed as a result of this mistaken identity, corn snakes lack functional venom and are harmless.
Wiki Info
Caramel Striped Corn Snake
(aka "Rachel Carson")

A North American species of rat snake that subdues its small prey by constriction. Non-venomous.
Bullsnake<br/>(aka
Bullsnake
This non-venomous snake is the second-longest snake in Texas behind the indigo snake.
More Info
Bullsnake
(aka "Dr. Jane Goodall")

Non-venomous constrictor. Texas native.
Checkered Garter<br/>(aka
Checkered Garter Snake
Their preferred habitats are desert and grassland, usually close to water.
Wiki Info
Checkered Garter
(aka "Gypsy")

The checkered garter snake is one of the easiest garter snakes to tame.
Grey Banded Kingsnake<br/>(aka
Grey Banded Kingsnake
This non-venomous snake's natural range is sparsely populated with humans, and many regions are virtually impassable due to the mountainous terrain.
Wiki Info
Grey Banded Kingsnake
(aka "Delicious")

Non-venomous, nocturnal and quite secretive. Texas native.
Hognose (Western)<br/>(aka
Hognose (Western)
The Western Hognose's color and pattern is highly variable between subspecies. It possesses a sharply upturned snout that is used for digging and burrowing.
Wiki Info
Hognose (Western)
(aka "Lyssa")

A relatively small, stout-bodied snake. Texas native.
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade)
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade )
The desert kingsnake's diet consists of rodents, lizards, and smaller snakes, including rattlesnakes. They normally grow 3–4 feet long but have been known to grow up to 6.8 feet. They are docile creatures when coming face to face with humans.
Wiki Info
Desert Kingsnake (Intergrade)
Non-venomous. Colubrid snake endemic to the western United States and northern Mexico.
Indonesian Merauke Blue Tongue Skink<br/>(aka
Indonesian Merauke Blue Tongue Skink
The Merauke blue-tongued skink hails from the tropical environment of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea.
Wiki Info
Indonesian Merauke Blue Tongue Skink
(aka "Steve Irwin")

The Merauke blue-tongued skink is the longest of all the Tiliqua species; often reaching nearly 26-30 inches
Bearded Dragon<br/>(aka
Bearded Dragon
The name "bearded dragon" refers to the "beard" of the dragon, the underside of the throat, which can turn black for a number of reasons, most often as a result of stress.
Wiki Info
Bearded Dragon
(aka "Pixel")

The central bearded dragon is the most common species in captivity as well as one of the most popular pet reptiles.
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