Lampropeltis triangulum elapsoides
Average size: 14-20 inches; Record 27 inches. Young are about 5 inches at birth.
Range: Throughout Florida.
Diet: Small snakes and lizards, earthworms, baby mice and small fish.
Status: Common in some areas. Very secretive, hides under bark, logs, etc. Seen mainly at night or after heavy rains. Can be found in woodland habitats, especially pine.