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 Copperbelly watersnake?

i think i found a copperbelly watersnake in florida! it might just be a very dark florida green watersnake or a dark broad banded watersnake. i’ll get a pic up tonight but i’m letting it go soon.



07/02/09  03:34pm

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 Copperbelly watersnake?

will you sell it for $10-$15



07/28/10  03:18pm

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 Copperbelly watersnake?

"Copperbelly" Water Snakes are a subspecies of the Red-Bellied Water Snake(Nerodia eythrogaster), which is found in the Midwest, though the Red-Bellies are very common in Florida and throughout the Southeast. There are also no Broad-Banded Water Snakes in Florida; THEY are found in Louisiana westward into TX and up into Missouri and OK. Florida has two subspecies of Bandeds, the Florida Banded(Nerodia fasciata pictiventris) and the Southern Banded(N. f. fasciata), but no Broad-Bandeds.

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08/07/10  05:30pm


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