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  1. Water moccasins are almost or even totally black, (with the exception of the head and facial markings), the color pattern may consist of a brown, gray, tan, yellowish-olive, or blackish ground color, which is overlaid with a series of dark brown to almost black crossbands. The underside of the head is generally whitish, cream, or tan.
  2. Jul 08,  · Water Moccasin, Cottonmouth: Different Names, Same Venomous Snake by John Perritano Jul 8, The cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus), also known as the water moccasin, is identifiable by, and named for, the whiteness of the inside of its mouth.
  3. Water Moccasin. Family: Viperidae (venomous snakes) in the order Squamata (lizards and snakes) Description: The name “cottonmouth” is from the whitish lining of its mouth. When alarmed, it opens its mouth widely, showing the cotton-white lining. The body is black with little or no pattern, or dark brown with darker bands on the back.
  4. Water Moccasin Snake – Agkistrodon piscivorus Introduction. The Water Moccasin Snake or cottonmouth is a type of pit viper. They can give a bite that is very painful and it could be deadly in extreme cases. They spend most of their time in the water and when people have gone there to bath or to fish they are bitten.
  5. Apr 19,  · If someone walks up on a Water Moccasin, chances are it will be coiled and ready to strike. It would not be uncommon for a Water Moccasin to stand its ground in the face of danger. Several years ago I walked up on a Water Moccasin near a creek. It sat there for maybe15 minutes while I took pictures and looked it at.
  6. The nickname "water moccasin" stems from the fact that these snakes are semi-aquatic and known to sneak up silently on their prey. Mammals That Prey On Water Moccasins Dogs, cats, raccoons, wild pigs and other mammals occasionally prey on the water moccasin, but the most common mammalian predator of a water moccasin is the opossum.
  7. Again, the water moccasin is a venomous snake whose bite can cause severe health problems in humans. While water moccasin's aren't typically aggressive, they will strike if they feel threatened or sense danger. If not treated properly and quickly, a water moccasin's bite can be deadly.
  8. John Jensen, and Dirk Stevenson. A banded water snake in a defensive posture, with head flared characteristics of water moccasins. A heat-sensing pit present in water moccasins (left) is absent in water snakes like the banded water snake (right). Water moccasins also have elliptical pupils, while non-venomous water snakes have round pupils.
  9. Jun 25,  · The Water Moccasin looks a lot like the Northern Water Snake and the Lake Erie Water Snake. Its large body is darkly colored, and it lives around water and wet places. The Water Moccasin is a larger snake, however. The adult is as much as 20 inches longer than the harmless Water Snakes, and its body is much heavier than those of either of Ohio.

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