From Ohio History Central
The black racer snake, (Coluber constrictor constrictor,) is found in southern and northeastern Ohio. The Blue Racer (Coluber constrictor foxi), a close relative, is found in western Ohio. The snake averages 36 to 60 inches in length. In 1995, the Ohio legislature named the black racer the official state reptile.
Ohio History Connection State Archives Series 6565 AV. Alvin Staffan Natural History Collection
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