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Florida Snakes Identification Florida has a rich bio diversity of snakes, with 41 native species now documented, 6 of which are venomous. Snakes are a beneficial part of our ecosystem because they play a major role as rodent predators. Common non-venomous snake species include: Racer (Black) | Coluber constrictor large | 3 - 5 feet | non-venomous This non-venomous creature is located in a variety of habitats including pine woods and abandoned fields. Racers feed on frogs, lizards, insects, birds, and rodents. Although the scientific name suggests racers are constrictors, they are not. Racers eat their food alive! Pinellas county snake removal, Hillsborough county snake removal, Pasco County snake removal   Corn Snake | Elaphe guttata large | 2 - 5 feet | non-venomous These creatures are accustom to woodland habitats including pine and hardwood areas. They feed on small mammals and birds. Like Rat snakes, Corn snakes are constrictors and can easily catch small rodents. Pinellas county snake removal, Hillsborough county snake removal, Pasco County snake removal   Eastern Garter | Thamnophis sirtalis medium | 1.5 - 3 feet | non-venomous Eastern garter snakes are one of our most common snakes in Florida. Notice the black body with the yellow striping. They typically inhabit areas were there is water. They are active during the day and night. Eastern garter snakes are non- venomous. This snake feeds on lizards, rodents, amphibians, turtles, small fish, insects and birds. Pinellas county snake removal, Hillsborough county snake removal, Pasco County snake removal Eastern King | Lampropeltis getula large | 3 - 5 feet | non-venomous Notice the black body and the "rings". The rings may be white to yellow. This snake is found throughout the greater Tampa Bay area and is non-venomous. This snake feeds on venomous snakes, lizards, rodents and birds. Pinellas County snake removal, Hillsborough County snake removal, Pasco County snake removal Black Rat | Elaphe obsoleta large | 3.5 - 7 feet | non-venomous Notice the black body and the white underbelly. This snake is found throughout Florida and is non-venomous This snake feeds on rodents and birds. Pinellas County snake removal, Hillsborough County snake removal, Pasco County snake removal. Common venomous snake species include: There are two types of venomous snakes in Florida: the Crotalidae, or Pit Viper, and the Elapidae. Included in the family of Pit Vipers are: Diamondback Rattlesnake, Canebrake Rattlesnake, Pigmy Rattlesnake, Cottonmouth, or Water Moccasin, and the Copperhead. The elapidae family, or Cobra family, is represented in Florida by the Coral Snake. Cottonmouth | Agkistrodon piscivorus large | 2 - 4.5 feet | venomous Cottonmouth or Water Moccasin. This venomous creature is located in a variety of wetland habitats including salt marshes, tidal creeks, and estuaries. Their pattern varies from snake to snake within the species, but they often have wide, dark bands, a black tail, and a white upper lip. The harmless Brown Water Snake is often mistaken for the venomous Cottonmouth. Copperhead | Agkistrodon contortrix medium | 2 - 3 feet | venomous Notice the brown body and the "hour-glass" or "saddle" patterns on its back. This snake is found throughout Florida (uncommon though) and is venomous. Adults may reach lengths of 2-3 feet. This snake feeds on mice, lizards, rodents, snakes, amphibians, insects, and birds. Adult snakes vary in size from 6″ up to 8′ in length, depending on the species. Color varies widely from species to species from patterns, solid colors, bands, under belly colors and other markings. How, When and Why They Become a Nuisance Pest Snakes can become a nuisance in many different ways, and in different situations, due to the general fear most people have towards snakes. People are most likely to encounter snakes if their property provides good snake habitat. Like all animals, snakes are looking for a good place to hunt and live. Damage They Cause The only damage a snake can cause, besides poisonous bites, is just the general phobia most Florida residence have towards them. Snake Removal & Snake Control in Pinellas, Hillsborough, and Pasco Counties Snakes inside homes and offices can create an intense fear for some people, the snake should not be harmed, and may be there because of an unknown rodent problem. Homes with snakes present should be checked for the presence of rodents. Once snakes are removed, entry point(s) should be located and sealed, as not to allow snakes and rodents to enter into the building. A rat or mouse problem (if present) must also be addressed. It is recommended that non-venomous snakes outside, should be left alone. Venomous snakes can be removed and snake pleasing habitats can be modified, which will make your property less attractive to snakes. Examples: Removal of wood and rock piles, ivy, reduce food (typically rodents) sources. In addition, a specially designed repellent can be applied that helps keep snakes out of the area. "Don't let unwanted guests ruin your life." Call us at (727) 800-3863  for a free phone consultation.
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Florida Snakes Identification Florida has a rich bio diversity of snakes, with 41 native species now documented, 6 of which are venomous. Snakes are a beneficial part of our ecosystem because they play a major role as rodent predators. Common non-venomous snake species include: Racer (Black) | Coluber constrictor large | 3 - 5 feet | non-venomous This non-venomous creature is located in a variety of habitats including pine woods and abandoned fields. Racers feed on frogs, lizards, insects, birds, and rodents. Although the scientific name suggests racers are constrictors, they are not. Racers eat their food alive! Pinellas county snake removal, Hillsborough county snake removal, Pasco County snake removal   Corn Snake | Elaphe guttata large | 2 - 5 feet | non-venomous These creatures are accustom to woodland habitats including pine and hardwood areas. They feed on small mammals and birds. Like Rat snakes, Corn snakes are constrictors and can easily catch small rodents. Pinellas county snake removal, Hillsborough county snake removal, Pasco County snake removal   Eastern Garter | Thamnophis sirtalis medium | 1.5 - 3 feet | non- venomous Eastern garter snakes are one of our most common snakes in Florida. Notice the black body with the yellow striping. They typically inhabit areas were there is water. They are active during the day and night. Eastern garter snakes are non-venomous. This snake feeds on lizards, rodents, amphibians, turtles, small fish, insects and birds. Pinellas county snake removal, Hillsborough county snake removal, Pasco County snake removal Eastern King | Lampropeltis getula large | 3 - 5 feet | non-venomous Notice the black body and the "rings". The rings may be white to yellow. This snake is found throughout the greater Tampa Bay area and is non-venomous. This snake feeds on venomous snakes, lizards, rodents and birds. Pinellas County snake removal, Hillsborough County snake removal, Pasco County snake removal Black Rat | Elaphe obsoleta large | 3.5 - 7 feet | non-venomous Notice the black body and the white underbelly. This snake is found throughout Florida and is non-venomous This snake feeds on rodents and birds. Pinellas County snake removal, Hillsborough County snake removal, Pasco County snake removal. Common venomous snake species include: There are two types of venomous snakes in Florida: the Crotalidae, or Pit Viper, and the Elapidae. Included in the family of Pit Vipers are: Diamondback Rattlesnake, Canebrake Rattlesnake, Pigmy Rattlesnake, Cottonmouth, or Water Moccasin, and the Copperhead. The elapidae family, or Cobra family, is represented in Florida by the Coral Snake. Cottonmouth | Agkistrodon piscivorus large | 2 - 4.5 feet | venomous Cottonmouth or Water Moccasin. This venomous creature is located in a variety of wetland habitats including salt marshes, tidal creeks, and estuaries. Their pattern varies from snake to snake within the species, but they often have wide, dark bands, a black tail, and a white upper lip. The harmless Brown Water Snake is often mistaken for the venomous Cottonmouth. Copperhead | Agkistrodon contortrix medium | 2 - 3 feet | venomous Notice the brown body and the "hour- glass" or "saddle" patterns on its back. This snake is found throughout Florida (uncommon though) and is venomous. Adults may reach lengths of 2-3 feet. This snake feeds on mice, lizards, rodents, snakes, amphibians, insects, and birds. Adult snakes vary in size from 6″ up to 8′ in length, depending on the species. Color varies widely from species to species from patterns, solid colors, bands, under belly colors and other markings. How, When and Why They Become a Nuisance Pest Snakes can become a nuisance in many different ways, and in different situations, due to the general fear most people have towards snakes. People are most likely to encounter snakes if their property provides good snake habitat. Like all animals, snakes are looking for a good place to hunt and live. Damage They Cause The only damage a snake can cause, besides poisonous bites, is just the general phobia most Florida residence have towards them. Snake Removal & Snake Control in Pinellas, Hillsborough, and Pasco Counties Snakes inside homes and offices can create an intense fear for some people, the snake should not be harmed, and may be there because of an unknown rodent problem. Homes with snakes present should be checked for the presence of rodents. Once snakes are removed, entry point(s) should be located and sealed, as not to allow snakes and rodents to enter into the building. A rat or mouse problem (if present) must also be addressed. It is recommended that non-venomous snakes outside, should be left alone. Venomous snakes can be removed and snake pleasing habitats can be modified, which will make your property less attractive to snakes. Examples: Removal of wood and rock piles, ivy, reduce food (typically rodents) sources. In addition, a specially designed repellent can be applied that helps keep snakes out of the area. "Don't let unwanted guests ruin your life." Call us at (727) 800-3863  for a free phone consultation.
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