What is another word for Sigmodon Hispidus?
[ sˈɪɡmɒdən hˈɪspɪdəs], [ sˈɪɡmɒdən hˈɪspɪdəs], [ s_ˈɪ_ɡ_m_ɒ_d_ə_n h_ˈɪ_s_p_ɪ_d_ə_s]
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n.• Sigmodon hispidus (noun)
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Sigmodon Hispidus, also known as the hispid cottonmouth, is a venomous snake found throughout much of North America. Sigmodon hispidus can be typically found in warm climates, including Virginia, Florida, and the Gulf Coast. This snake is relatively small with a thin, virtually undetectable body. The snake's color ranges from a light brown, to a dark chocolate brown. The snake's underside is typically a lighter color, typically with a few light brown dots. Sigmodon hispidus can reproduce asexually through layering.
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