Elaphe obsoleta williamsi
- Average size: 36-72 inches; Record 84 inches. Young are 11-17 inches
- Range: Can be found in Levy, Dixie, Gilchrist and Alachua counties.
This photo was taken in High Springs, Alachua County.
- Diet: Rodents and birds.
- Status: Fairly common in its range. Considered by some to be a
distinct subspecies, others recognize it as an intergrade between the
Gray Rat Snake, on the panhandle side, and the Yellow Rat Snake, on
the peninsular side. They may be marked differently, however most
have the blotches like the Gray Rat Snake and four stripes like the
Yellow Rat Snake.