The eastern corn snake, Pantherophis guttatus, is a non-venomous species found from southern New Jersey south to Florida and west to the Mississippi. The snake's preferred habitats include agricultural fields, pinelands,... More »

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A full-grown corn snake is between 30 and 48 inches long. The largest on record was 6 feet long. Corn snakes are native to North America and are found from New Jersey to the Florida Keys, west to New Orleans and north to... More »

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Determining a corn snake's gender can be done by one of three methods: popping, probing and visual techniques, according to the Utah Veterinary Clinic. The first two methods should only be done by professionals, as they ... More »

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A ghost corn snake is a corn snake with a combination of Anerythristic and Hypomelanistic genes. Ghost corn snakes have scales that are different shades of gray and brown on a lighter background. The lighter backgrounds ... More »

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The corn snake is typically orange to brownish-yellow with black-bordered red blotches throughout the length of its back. The belly features a black-and-white checkerboard pattern. Variations in color and pattern exist a... More »

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The rough earth snake, Virginia striatula, is a brown to grey species found from the Florida panhandle to as far north as Virginia and as far west as Missouri, Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. It prefers a variety of forest h... More »

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The Florida banded water snake is a non-venomous snake found in freshwater lakes, ponds, rivers, streams and marshes throughout Florida's Panhandle and northeast to South Carolina and west to southwestern Alabama. It has... More »

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