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What

Florida Watersnake Nerodia fasciata ssp. pictiventris

Date

April 3, 2006

Description

In 2006, a single dark-colored specimen (550 mm SVL) was collected by B.W. Trevett. Identification as Nerodia fasciata pictiventris verified. This population is established/reproducing. In 2010, CDFW and USGS biologists trapped and removed 300 Nerodia watersnakes, but the population remains.

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What

Banded Watersnake Nerodia fasciata

Date

May 1, 2011

Description

Observation reported to P. Balfour & E. Stitt of ECORP Consulting, Inc., Rocklin. A follow-up site visit was made, but no snakes were observed.

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What

Florida Watersnake Nerodia fasciata ssp. pictiventris

Date

May 1, 1992

Place

Folsom, CA (Google, OSM)

Description

First observed in 1992 by Peter Balfour. Reported in 2000 by Peter Balfour and Eric Stitt, ECORP Consulting, Inc. The population is established/reproducing and now spans from Humbug Creek (Oak Ave. Parkway & Blue Ravine Rd.) to confluence with Willow Creek, and Willow Creek to confluence with Lake Natoma.

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What

Northern Water Snake Nerodia sipedon

Date

March 28, 2014

Description

Spotted this snake in Roseville, CA on 3/28/14. Snake was found near a small creek at South Veterans Memorial Park off of Blue Oaks Blvd. It looked to be at least 3 feet maybe a little longer. -SS

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