Top 8 Orange Snakes In Florida

Eastern Hog-Nosed Snake:The color of eastern hog-nosed snakes can be orange, yellow, red, brown, or black, although in Florida orange and yellow is more common.  Most also have many irregular shaped.

Corn Snake:which is often kept as a pet.  Corn snakes are 30 to 48 inches long and typically have orange or orange brown bodies with large red blotches on them.

Plain-Bellied Watersnake:are 24 to 40 inches long and are always found near a permanent water source.  Their favorite habitats are lakes, rivers, floodplains, and swamps. 

Ring-Necked Snake: are black on their dorsal side but their bellies are either red, yellowish orange, or even red at one end and fading to orange and yellow at the other. 

Salt Marsh Snake: are usually a rusty orange or brown color with four darker stripes down their bodies.  However, one subspecies – known as mangrove salt marsh snakes .

Eastern Rat Snake:are typically yellowish orange or yellow with four darker stripes down their bodies.  Eastern rat snakes are 36 to 72 inches long and are found east of the Apalachicola River.

Red-Bellied Snake:which is only 8 to 10 inches long.  Although their name suggests that they have a red belly, they often have a bright orange or even a yellow belly.

Pine Woods Snake:which only reach 10 to 13 inches long.  Pine woods snakes are reddish orange to reddish brown color with a lighter stripe down the center of their back.