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Northern Black-tailed Rattlesnake - Croatalus molossus molossus

Baird and Girard, 1853
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Adult, Dos Cabesas Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona
  Adult, Pinaleno Mountains,
Graham County, Arizona
 
Adult, Chiricahua Mountains,
Cochise County, Arizona

Adult Chiricahua Mountains,
Cochise County, Arizona
Adult, Pajarito Mountains,
Santa Cruz County, Arizona
Adult, Santa Rita Mountains, Pima County, Arizona
Adult, Pajarito Mountains,
Santa Cruz County, Arizona
Adult, Pajarito Mountains,
Santa Cruz County, Arizona
Tail Captive adult, courtesy of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum
Mating pair found in the Huachuca Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona
   
  Mating pair found in the Huachuca Mountains, Cochise County, Arizona

 
Habitat
Habitat, Pajarito Mountains,
Santa Cruz County, Arizona
Habitat, Chiricahua Mountains,
Cochise County, Arizona
Habitat, Santa Rita Mountains,Pima County, Arizona
   
  Habitat, 8,800 ft., Pinaleno Mountains, Graham County, Arizona  
Short Video and Sounds


Views of a Black-tailed Rattlesnake in the Pajarito Mountains of Santa Cruz County, Arizona. Recording of the rattling of a captive adult (shown above) courtesy of the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. © Jeff Rice / Western Soundscape Archive Not to be used without permission. A basking Black-tailed Rattlesnake high up in the Pinaleno mountains of Graham County, Arizona.
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