Silver bottom snake
A Guide to the Amphibians and Reptiles of California. This snake is often heard before it is seen, but it does not always rattle. Brown or tan above with dark brown, pale-edged, diamond-shaped markings; dark band bordered by light stripes extends diagonally through eyes; tail with pale and dark rings; scales Yellow-bellied Sea Snake Hydrophis platura. Common Indian Krait Bungarus caeruleus is the most venomous snake in India. Photo by Todd Pierson.
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Some species are thick, stocky and heavy-bodied for their length; these snakes include our pit viper species, eastern hognose snakes, some of the watersnakes and others. Adults reach an average of 90cms to cms but have been known to reach cms in length. Indicates whether the snake has a facial pit only in vipers. Bright green above and yellow below; scales keeled and in 17 rows. Pale tan above with a pink cast to the underside; top of head dark brown with a pale collar followed by a dark collar; eyes tiny; scales smooth and in 15 rows. Thanks to the following content contributors: J. Community Rules apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site.
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Trimeresurus macrolepis is one of the venomous pitviper species of Western Ghats and no subspecies are currently recognized. Thank you for using Herps of NC! Males colouring is highly variable ranging from black to bright green. This harmless snake is common throughout most of California. Karoo Sand Snake Psammophis notostictus. Pygmy Rattlesnake Sistrurus miliarius. Normally has a darker band of colour round the neck.
If bitten by a venomous snake: Stay as calm as possible. Red Cornsnake Pantherophis guttatus. Male puff adders can have striking yellow and gold colour patterns. A Guide to the Amphibians and Reptiles of California. Pale tan with a row of large black or brown blotches down the back, and a smaller series on each side; underside whitish with obscure brown spotting; tip of snout pointed; scales keeled Harlequin Coral Snake. Dark gray or dark olive to nearly black above with vague, dark longitudinal bands; dull yellow or pale tan below and on the lowermost scale row; underside with two rows of black spots