The green snake may be difficult to locate in vegetation. It is perhaps the most arboreal of the eastern US species.
A redbelly water snake (Nerodia e. erythrogaster) with bright ventrum seen in spring. This species, like most watersnakes, will defend itself vigorously. It can be mistaken for a cottonmouth water moccasin because the interior of the mouth is white.
A Florida banded watersnake, a subspecies of the southern water snake (Nerodia fasciata) basking on a log.