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Diamondback Water Snake
Diamondback Water Snake (Nerodia rhombifer subsp. rhombifer) 76-122 cm (30-48 in) with a record of 160.0 cm (63 in). This snake has recently had a fairly large meal.
Habitat
Floodplain of Alum Creek dominated by cedar elm and water oak at ca. 69 m (227 ft) in elevation.
Location
Lick Creek Park, College Station, Brazos County, Texas, USA.
Date taken
August 2018
Scientific name
Nerodia rhombifer
Equipment used
Canon
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Very nicely captured Stanley! Yeah, you can see the bulge in its body ;)
 
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That was a very nice spot for you Stanley!!! A super picture you've taken of this snake in the water as well.

Excellent work my friend.
 

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Stanley Jones
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