quadcore1234 asked in PetsReptiles · 6 months ago

I caught this snake in my yard. It doesn't look like the garden snakes that I commonly see in my yard. I live in Orlando fl.?

What specifies of snake is this.?

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  • Thea
    Lv 7
    6 months ago
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    It is not a Corn snake, it's a young Banded Water snake.

    http://www.allstaranimalremoval.com/Pictures/Flori...

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  • 6 months ago

    Wow get that THING otta here!

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  • 6 months ago

    Looks like this baby

    https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/herpetology/fl-s...

    Eastern Corn Snake

    I only had to answer three questions to make the ID. Nice web site!

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    • A Yahoo User
      Lv 7
      6 months agoReport

      OH, well, I still was impressed with how quickly that web site gave me a snake that looked like the one in your pic.

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  • 6 months ago

    Well, from the shape of its head, it isn't a viper. I recommend you just turn it loose and let it do its own hunting.

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  • .
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    Pygmy rattlesnake?

    "Triangular" head (most snakes have) and pattern look sort of like.

    Baby snakes could look like that and not be rattlers.

    Look for little rattles and "nine large scales on top of the head".

    The "dusky" pygmy rattlesnake has lighter color and less red (like this one).

    They seem to be common.

    If you call some "animal removal" or "snake removal" company, they will take it to the serpentarium.

    Dusky Pigmy Rattlesnake

    The top of the triangular shaped head is covered with 9 large scales. The body color is light to dark gray. A longitudinal row of black or charcoal, transverse blotches disrupts a reddish brown stripe running down the middle of the back. Dark spots on the side line up with the blotches.

    Sistrurus miliarius barbouri :: Florida Museum of Natural History

    https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/herpetology/fl-s...

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