CASALA SINALOAN MILK SNAKES

 Lampropeltis triangulum sinaloae

The Casala Sinaloan is a relatively small species of Milk snake that come from Mexico, easy to care for and is a very pretty snake.

There are several different lines of Sinaloan milk snake in captivity some are prettier than others, many are from old stock bought over from the USA many years ago - Nelson and Sinaloan milk snakes have been bred together as they are very similar in appearance the only difference between them is the band length - with the Sinaloan milk having longer red bands than the Nelsons milk snake.

 

The Casala milk snake also can be differentiated from the others with having lots of red colour on the head.