Eastern Kingsnake, Lampropeltis getula getula - First Photo
Average size: 36-48 inches; Record 82 inches. Young are about 5-8 inches at birth.
Range: Found in the northern peninsula including the panhandle, excluding the Apalachicola Lowlands.
Florida Kingsnake, Lampropeltis getula floridana - Second, Third & Fourth Photos
Average size: 36-48 inches; Record 69.5 inches. Young are about 5-8 inches at birth.
Range: Found throughout central Florida to the south tip of Florida, excluding the keys.
Apalachicola Kingsnake, Lampropeltis getula meansi - Fifth, Sixth & Seventh Photos
Average size: 36-48 inches; Young are about 5-8 inches at birth.
Range: Found in the Apalachicola Lowlands, between the Apalachicola and the Ochlockonee rivers.
It once had the now invalid subspecies status of Lampropeltis getula goini.
Diet: Snakes, turtle eggs, lizards, rodents, small birds and their eggs.
Status: Population declining in many areas.
Found in hardwood hammocks, pinewoods, mainly terrestrial, but often found near streams and marshes where it feeds on water snakes and turtle eggs.