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The 4 Venomous Snakes in Central Florida

Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake
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Coral Snake
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Water Moccasin (Cottonmouth)
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Dusky Pygmy Rattlesnake
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Poisonous / Venomous Orlando Florida Snakes    Wildlife Patrol is a pest control and removal company for bats, rats, raccoons, and other nuisance wildlife animals. Our Florida venomous snake work has 5 components: we inspect the property and remove any snakes we come across, we inspect for nesting sites, we make recommendations regarding landscaping modification to help deter snake activity, we inspect the home for any openings poisonous snakes could use to get in and seal those areas up, and lastly we put down a chemical deterring agent around the property.
There are 44 species of indigenous (native) snakes in Florida. This number keeps increasing because modern molecular analysis is showing that some snakes thought to be sub-species are actually distinct species.

In addition the Bartlett and Bartlett book describes six introduced species which are believed to be breeding in Florida. These are:

  • Burmese Python
  • Ball Python
  • Columbian Boa Constrictor
  • California Kingsnake
  • Brahminy Blind Snake
  • Javan File Snake

The following table lists the 44 species of indigenous Florida snakes. A species is identified by a two-word scientific name. The first word is the genus.

Species may be divided into sub-species. Each sub-species is identified with the addition of a third word to the scientific name.

I have grouped these 44 snake species into 37 types. Within a type there might be more than one species, but the species are so similar that a snake expert would need to put the snakes on an examination table to make a definate determination.

I did not include the introduced snakes.


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