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Because of its slender shape and the leaf green color on top of its body, the rough green snake is not easily confused with other snakes. It is probably the most arboreal of the state's native snakes, and most specimens are discovered in vines, trees, or shrubs. This snake is distributed over most of the state and in mountain regions has been found at elevations of 2,500 feet. Its preferred food is spiders and insects.