Man up Alex
Just cuz you've got a brush dont make you a painter
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I think that is a Banded Water Snake. Not positive...but they are extremely common in Florida.
Description: Adults average from 24-42 inches (61-106.7 cm). The record is 62.5 inches (158.8 cm). Stout bodied snake with broad black, brown, or red crossbands over most of body. The lighter narrower bands are tan, gray, or reddish and may contain a dark spot on the side. The light bands may be broken by a black strip down the middle of the back. Crossbands may be obscured as snake darkens with age. Belly is creamy yellow with wormlike red or black markings. Scales are keeled and there are 23-27 dorsal scale rows at midbody. The pupil is round. A dark stripe extends from the eye to the angle of the jaw. Juveniles have very clear red or black crossbands on light background.
Last edited by Bellevue Bobber; 10-24-2009 at 11:44 PM.
Heck, pet them. They are so smooth!
The only 2 things keeping me from going pro are skill and luck.