Category: Nerodia floridana

The Florida Green Watersnake, 26 July 2018

Nerodia floridana, the Florida green watersnake; Miami-Dade county, Florida (26 July 2018). I never stumble upon a Nerodia watersnake that I don’t adore. They’re just terrific, beautiful, and fascinating organisms. They’re also amazingly and consistently misunderstood and feared unnecessarily by the better part of…

Spring Break 2018: Another Florida Green Watersnake!

Nerodia floridana, the Florida green watersnake; Collier county, Florida (15 March 2018). Series: Spring Break 2018. This is our third Florida green watersnake (Nerodia floridana) post for the Spring Break 2018┬áseries. Some may say Too much is not enough, and I generally agree with…

Spring Break 2018: A Beefy Florida Green Watersnake

┬áNerodia floridana, the Florida green watersnake; Collier county, Florida (15 March 2018). Series: Spring Break 2018. Following the slim, little Florida green watersnake from our previous post, here’s a significantly larger and beefier Nerodia floridana. Comparing the two sets of photographs, you can get…

Spring Break 2018: A Slim Florida Green Watersnake

Nerodia floridana, the Florida green watersnake; Collier county, Florida (15 March 2018). Series: Spring Break 2018. Though Brown watersnakes (Nerodia taxispilota) ran supreme during our Spring Break 2018 sojourn to south Florida, we were also glad to find a few Florida green watersnakes, Nerodia…

Nerodia floridana, 01 March 2015

Nerodia floridana, the Florida green watersnake; Lake county, Florida (01 March 2015). The Florida green watersnake, Nerodia floridana, is one of Florida’s robustly-sized non-venomous watersnakes. Though often confused as being a venomous Florida cottonmouth (Agkistrodon conanti), this species is entirely non-venomous. It prefers to…