Listed below is a guide to help you identify snakes by predominant color. Many snakes vary greatly and are listed under several categories. 

 

Red/Pink

Worm Snake

Northern Scarlet Snake

Mud Snake

Rainbow Snake

Prairie Kingsnake

Mole Kingsnake

Scarlet Kingsnake

Red Milk Snake

Eastern Milk Snake

Red Cornsnake

 

Northern Red-bellied Snake

Plain-bellied Water Snake

North Florida Swamp Snake

Eastern Coral Snake

 

Yellow

Northern Scarlet Snake

Ringneck Snake

Rainbow Snake

Scarlet Kingsnake

Red Milk Snake

Eastern Ribbon Snake

Eastern Garter Snake

Eastern Kingsnake

Black Kingsnake

Black Speckled Kingsnake

Gulf Saltmarsh Snake

Plain-bellied Water Snake

Diamond-backed Water Snake

Queensnake

Glossy Crayfish Snake

 

 

 

 

Eastern Coral Snake

    

Black/Gray

Northern Scarlet Snake

Eastern Coachwhip

Black Racer

Ringneck Snake

Eastern Indigo Snake (Listed as Threatened)

Mud Snake

Rainbow Snake

Eastern Kingsnake

Black Kingsnake

Black Speckled Kingsnake

Scarlet Kingsnake

Red Milk Snake

Eastern Milk Snake

Gray Ratsnake

Black Pine Snake

Northern Pine Snake

Northern Red-bellied Snake

Southeastern Crowned Snake

North Florida Swamp Snake

Eastern Coral Snake

Brown/Tan

Worm Snake

Eastern Hognose Snake

Southern Hognose Snake

Prairie Kingsnake

Mole Kingsnake

Red Cornsnake

Gray Ratsnake

Black Pine Snake

Florida Pine Snake

Pine Woods Littersnake

Brownsnake

Northern Red-bellied Snake

Southeastern Crowned Snake

Eastern Ribbon Snake

Eastern Garter Snake

Rough Earth Snake

Western Smooth Earth Snake

Gulf Saltmarsh Snake

Mississippi Green Water Snake

Plain-bellied Water Snake

Southern Water Snake

Diamond-backed Water Snake

Queensnake

Midland Water Snake

Brown Water Snake

Glossy Crayfish Snake

Copperhead

Cottonmouth

Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake

Timber Rattlesnake

 

 

Pigmy Rattlesnake

Eastern Coachwhip

Northern Pine Snake

  

Green

Rough Green Snake

Mississippi Green Water Snake

Florida Green Water Snake

Queensnake

Glossy Crayfish Snake