|California Kingsnake |
(Lampropeltis getula californiae)
(Lampropeltis getula splendida)
Common Kingsnakes are oviparous, meaning that they lay eggs. Females lay them between May and August and they hatch between about 50 and 80 days. Hatchlings measure up to 1ft (30cm) at birth.
Common Kingsnakes are popular in the pet trade, and their population is not currently at risk.