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This page contains links to websites about reptiles in USA - By State, in the category of "Florida", that we have found to date.

Please feel free to advise any incorrect allocations or descriptions and to request any additional links.

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Auburn Herpetological Society

The Auburn Herpetological Society is a group of individuals interested in a variety of areas including reptile and amphibian conservation, herpetoculture, and herp natural history.

Calusa Herpetological Society - SW Florida

Dedicated to Education, Conservation and Enjoyment of Reptiles and Amphibians

Central Florida Herpetological Society

Everglades National Park - Reptiles and amphibians

Reptiles and amphibians are animals whose body temperature changes with their surroundings (cold-blooded). Everglades National Park, with its semi-tropical climate, is an ideal home for these creatures. There are over fifty species of reptiles found in the park, including twenty-six snakes, sixteen turtles, and several lizards. The eighteen species of amphibians found in the park include the smallest frog in North America, the little grass frog.

Florida Backyard Snakes

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

Florida Integrated Science Center

The Herpetology Program at the Florida Integrated Science Center has conducted research on reptiles and amphibians in the Southeastern United States and Caribbean over the last 30 years. The project began with studies that assessed status and distribution of amphibians and reptiles in threatened Florida biotic communities.

Florida Meseum of natural History : Herpetology

Online Guide to the Snakes of Florida
Guide to Florida's Venomous Snakes
Checklist of Florida Amphibians & Reptiles
Online Bibliography of the Herpetofauna of FloridaAmphibians & Reptiles of Fort Matanzas National Monument
Pygmy Rattlesnake Homepage
Amphibians & Reptiles of the Avon Park Bombing Range Ridge, Highlands & Polk Counties, Florida
Exotic Reptiles and Amphibians in Florida
and more....

Florida Rattlesnakes - by Tom Spinker

On this page are two photos of Dusky Pigmy Rattlesnakes; two photos of the same Timber Rattlesnake. I do not have a photo of an Eastern Diamondback, so I have inserted a photo of a Western Diamondback from Texas.

Florida Smart.com - web guide & links

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Florida Venomous Keepers Society

Join the Florida Venomous Keepers Society today! Current Florida Venomous Keepers Society Officers Classifieds are free to everyone! Training guidelines and listing of area mentors Venomous Laws for the state of Florida A sample of Articles from past newsletters View pics and contact info for FVKS Members Check out these useful Links

Florida and Georgia Snake Identification

There are 45 species of indigenous (native) snakes in Florida. This number keeps increasing because modern molecular analysis is showing that some snakes thought to be sub-species are actually distinct species.

Florida and Georgia Snake and Lizard Photos

Florida's Venomous Snakes

Gatorland's Snakes of Florida Exhibit

Guide to the Snakes of Florida - Florida Museum of Natural History

If you live in Florida and you would like to know more about the snake you found in your backyard, or in your swimming pool, or the one you saw in the pine flatwoods, or crossing the road, this Guide will answer your questions. It is the best online source of information about Florida snakes:

Jacksonville Herpetological Society

Lizard Zoo Adoption, Rescue, & Rehab

Marion Nature Park Zoo School

Pelotes Island Nature Preserve - Jacksonville

Simply Snakes.com -breeder

For the past twenty-three years I have been involved with the propagation of reptiles and amphibians. I have lived in Florida for the past twenty four years, and believe that Florida is a reptile enthusiast's paradise. From the Pine Woods snake to the Eastern Indigo snake, we believe they are all just as important as any other animal.

Southwest Florida Wildlife - Reptiles

Venomous Snakes of Florida

A complete guide to the Venomous Snakes of Florida. Rattlesnakes, Coral Snakes, Cottonmouth snakes and Copperhead snakes. Also Firstaid for snake bite.


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