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South Carolina hosts five Water Snakes (genus Nerodia). Because of their habitat preferences and general look they are often the snakes most mistaken for the venomous snakes. According to South Carolina Public Radio, Water Snakes are often mistaken for Copperheads because some Water Snakes’ colors are similar to those of the Copperhead.
This is a list of the known varieties of snakes in South Carolina. nonVenomous. Image Binomial Name Name Map Carphophis amoenus amoenus: Eastern Worm Snake
Common Snakes of South Carolina: South Carolina is a state that offers coastal plains alongside rivers, plateaus and sea islands along with a subtropical and humid climate, all things the average snake needs to thrive. Bordering Georgia, a state home to many different species of snake, you can imagine that many of them happily cross state borders.
Found in the northern regions of Florida. Photo by Matthijs Hollanders (http://www.flickr/com/photos/mhollanders)
Snakes of South Carolina and Georgia . How to Be Safe Around Snakes . Family Colubridae (Non-venomous Snakes) Worm Snake (Carphophis amoenus)
There are thirty-eight species of snakes found in South Carolina and, only five of these - the coral snake, eastern diamondback rattlesnake, timber (or canebrake) rattlesnake, pigmy rattlesnake, copperhead and cottonmouth - are venomous. All of South Carolina’s venomous snakes are pit vipers, with the exception of the coral snake. Pit vipers get