What is the scientific name for garden snakes?
The garter snake, as it is properly called, is a genus of snakes
under the scientific name Thamnophis.
There is no such species as the Garden Snake. The above answer is misleading because it refers to a common name and not a scientific or Latin name. It depends on what part of the country you lkive in and sometimes even the distinct locality. Garter snakes are commonly call garden snakes due to the fact that they commonly are found in gardens searching for food. that is the problem with common names, they are… Read More
The scientific name is OPHIDA
scientific name for pea/ garden pea is Pisum sativum
The actual name of a "garden snake" is a "garter snake." And no, they are not invertebrates. All snakes have vertebrae.
Squamata is the scientific name for snakes and lizards.
Garden Snakes and Corn Snakes
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Rosa 'Garden Blanket'.
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Rosa 'Garden Party'.
The water moccasin's scientific name is Agkistrodon piscivorus
Gareden snakes are good for your garden the feltilze the soil. But if you need to get rid of them a hawk can kill garden snakes. Gareden snakes are good for your garden the feltilze the soil. But if you need to get rid of them a hawk can kill garden snakes. Gareden snakes are good for your garden the feltilze the soil. But if you need to get rid of them a hawk can… Read More
The scientific name is Chrysopelea.
Hi. As far as as I know here is no general scientific name for snakes. Most snakes have an individual Latin name for example elaphae guttatta which is the scientific name for a corn snake and Python molurus bivittatus a burmese python
a garden snakes family
The scientific name would be Solanum melanocerasium.
The accepted scientific name is Spodoptera latifascia.
The accepted scientific name is Ptycholoma peritana.
The accepted scientific name is Achyra rantalis.
garden snakes are black a white
Garden snakes can be very long!
The scientific name for the backbone is the vertebral column.
It is known as Oxidus gracilis in scientific parlance.
No garden snakes do not live in groups.
The scientific name would be Autoserica castanea.
What is the scientific name or taxonomic classification of the annual flower Kiss-me-over-the-garden-gate?
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Polygonum orientale.
Agkistrodon piscivorus piscivorus
Snakes are of the suborder Serpentes in the order Squamata in the class Reptilia. so the scientific name is OPHIDIA.
There is no such thing as a 'garden snake', but people do commonly use this name for garter snakes. How large they get depends on the species, but most don't exceed 3 feet in length.
Snakes are long, scale reptiles that tend to strike fear in humans. The scientific name for these creatures is "Serpentes".
Snakes are in the suborder Serpentes. Beyond that scientific classification such as the typical binomial name depends on the kind of snake.
NO ! There are no vegetarian snakes ! Additionally, there is NO such species as a 'Garden' snake !
This is the scientific name of garden snails.
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Batrachoseps major.
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Cosmos bipinnatus.
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Zantedeschia aethiopica.
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Phlox paniculata.
The scientific or taxonomic name would be Rosa 'AUSbuff'.
I do not think Garter snakes eat other snakes. They are carnivors, but I dont think they eat their own kind.
Garden snakes come out at the warmest time of day? Depends on where you are.
A regular snake in general doesn't have a scientific name. Only distinct snakes have scientific names, like the Angolian garter snake is Elapsoidea Semiannulata.