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    • redbelly water snake
    • Redbelly Water Snake
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    • Nerodia erythrogaster erythrogaster

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What

Redbelly Water Snake Nerodia erythrogaster ssp. erythrogaster

Observer

musicwolf

Date

June 17, 2014 01:06 PM EDT

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Square

What

Red-bellied Water Snake Nerodia erythrogaster ssp. erythrogaster

Observer

musicwolf

Date

May 13, 2014 11:36 PM EDT

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What

Redbelly Water Snake Nerodia erythrogaster ssp. erythrogaster

Observer

kdwoj

Date

April 6, 2014

Description

North side of the Old Farm Trail along canal

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What

redbelly water snake Nerodia erythrogaster ssp. erythrogaster

Observer

everettjohns

Date

August 7, 2013

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

Outer banks, NC.

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What

redbelly water snake Nerodia erythrogaster ssp. erythrogaster

Observer

kucycads

Date

June 16, 2013

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What

Red Bellied Watersnake Nerodia erythrogaster ssp. erythrogaster

Observer

musicwolf

Date

April 11, 2013 04:38 PM EDT

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What

Redbelly Water Snake Nerodia erythrogaster ssp. erythrogaster

Observer

musicwolf

Date

November 23, 2011 02:39 AM EST

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Square

What

redbelly water snake Nerodia erythrogaster ssp. erythrogaster

Observer

kucycads

Date

August 5, 2007

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What

Redbelly Water Snake Nerodia erythrogaster ssp. erythrogaster

Observer

muir

Date

July 1, 2012 10:47 AM EDT

Description

Very cool to see. The leopard frogs were notably staying out of the water ditches (jumping out immediately, even when I spooked them in), and I think this snake was part of the reason why.

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What

Redbelly Water Snake Nerodia erythrogaster ssp. erythrogaster

Observer

jansonjones

Date

March 28, 2012

Description

This is a redbelly watersnake, Nerodia erythrogaster erythrogaster, observed on the Valdosta State University campus in south Georgia. A small creek runs westward through campus. This creak has a decent population of Nerodias (mainly N. e. erythrogaster and N. f. fasciata, from what I've seen), frogs (mainly bronze frogs and perhaps bullfrogs), some turtles (red bellies and yellow bellies), and little fishies/crayfish. It's a fantastic little creek!

~ janson jones,
http://dusttracks.com

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What

Redbelly Water Snake Nerodia erythrogaster ssp. erythrogaster

Observer

jansonjones

Date

March 26, 2012

Description

I've spotted a second Nerodia species on the Valdosta State University campus: the redbelly watersnake, Nerodia erythrogaster erythtrogaster (known commonly as the plain-bellied watersnake, Nerodia erythrogaster). The other positively identified species is Nerodia fasciata, the southern banded watersnake. I wouldn't be surprised to find a brown watersnake in the area, as well. It's a rich little creek system that runs right through campus and is jammed with tadpoles, frogs, small fish, and crayfish. Just right for the Nerodias (a few of them, at least). This individual was very near molting, but I was still unable to catch it (without likely getting wet -- I had an exam a few hours later!)

~ janson jones,
http://dusttracks.com

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What

Redbelly Water Snake Nerodia erythrogaster ssp. erythrogaster

Observer

corychia

Date

May 16, 2011

Place

(Somewhere...)

Description

may not be exact local

late, was just starting to get dark was on a service road in the middle of the forest in a deep ditch full of aquatic plants was a large one of these

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Description from Wikipedia

Nerodia erythrogaster, commonly known as the plain-bellied water snake or plainbelly water snake, is a familiar species of mostly aquatic, nonvenomous, colubrid snake endemic to the United States.

No range data available.