Common garter snake

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The UF Herpetology Division's Online Guide to FL Snakes: Visual Identification. Others have dark or light markings organized into stripes, spots, blotches or some other pattern. Here is a quick look at Uniform colors are solid colors, black, brown, tan, orange, yellow, gray, blue or green, without any markings. On some. Belly Pattern. Unknown Bright red, orange or yellow. Light, unmarked. Marks or spots. Nearly dark solid Black Rat Snake (Young). Black Rat Snake (Young) range Dekay's Brownsnake (Formerly Brown Snake). Dekay's Brownsnake (Formerly Brown Snake) range.

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Eastern Black-Neck Garter Snake: Males: inches, females: up to feet. Bright orange stripe going down the back. Velvety-black patches on the neck. Juviniles: background color can be yellow and green, and still have black spots and bright orange stripe. Commonly found around permanent bodies of water. Yellow (70) Other (68) White (66) Red (31) Pink (27) Orange (17) Body bottom pattern. Solid () Blotches (56) Bands (16) Stripes (3) Body dark blotch size in red bands. Large (1) Small (1) Body main color black. Yes (3) No (1) Body side 1st lateral scale row texture. Smooth (2) Keeled (1) Body side light stripe involves.


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