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I agree completly!
Ashley is correct. The first snake is a red-bellied, Storeria occipitomaculata. The snake on photos 2 & 3 is a wormsnake, Carpophis amoenus.
How do they look like the same snake? I assure you they are not. If nothing else, just look at the head shape. First photo has a very blunt face, last 2 photos have a very pointed face. Not to mention colors are completely different. First photo has a red belly (hence the name), white sides, and a brownish back. Last 2 photos have a pale brown back with solid pink belly, with the two colors meeting on the side of the body. First snake doesn't have the colors meeting in the same area as the other snake. I don't know what else to tell you if you still think they are the same snake, but I promise I know what I'm talking about :)
They look like the same snake
The first photo is a red-bellied snake, Storeria occipitomaculata. The second and third photos are a worm snake. Please separate the photos into their own spottings, thanks!
I think you are correct with your ID of Worm Snake, Carphophis amoenus.
I think its a worm snake but im trieing to make sure
i dont think so
Could it be a juvenile copper belly water snake? http://www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerodia_er...
Spotted on Oct 16, 2014 Submitted on Jun 10, 2015
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