Eastern Indigo Snake (Drymarchon corais couperi)
Increasing human populations and their use of land and water resources are placing unprecedented stress upon many plant and animal species unique to Florida. Native habitats are rapidly being lost to agriculture, ranching, and forestry, as well as residential and commercial development. Conservation measures have been taken, with success in some cases, but in other cases the necessity for more stringent measures to protect the native fauna and flora has been proven. Though substantial strides have been made in the last decade, many Florida species are still perilously near extinction.
Publisher - University Press of Florida
Subjects - Reptile, Indigo Snake, Drymarchon couperihttp://www.upf.com/book.asp?id=MOLERF92
Citation: Moler PE. 1992 In: Moler PE, editor. Rare and Endangered Biota of Florida: Volume III. Amphibians and Reptiles. Gainesville (FL): University Press of Florida. ISBN: 978-0813011424 Eastern Indigo Snake (Drymarchon corais couperi). p 181-186. http://www.upf.com/book.asp?id=MOLERF92