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Hi everyone..i havent been on this site in quite some time..my cornsnake tallulah passed last november at the ripe old age of 20!..anyway if i can upload a picture..my daughter in law brought in a little visitor with her groceries yesterday here in rhode island..looks like a little 5 inch miami..im not sure..my son says its a milksnake. Could anyone help id?i have the picture but cant upload it..sorry!
Eastern milk snakes look a lot like miami-phase, but the head pattern is distinct to them. The northern-most range for corn snakes is the southern-most tip of New Jersey, so the snake that was found is almost certainly an eastern milk.