Diamondback Rattlesnake Registry:
Help report Florida’s diamondback rattlesnakes using the Mapping Tool below.

Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake
Crotalus adamanteus



Click here for additional species information
Click here for a map of past observations.

How to Participate:
  • FWC is interested in ANY sightings of diamondback rattlesnakes since 2000, but sightings from public or private conservation lands are particularly important.
  • Please upload a photograph, if available, so that identification can be confirmed. By uploading a photo, you agree to have your photo deposited in the Florida Museum of Natural History’s Herpetology Collection in your name as a permanent record (voucher).
  • If you can’t accurately map where you saw the snake, please enter the conservation land where it was seen.
  • Additional comments, questions or pictures can be sent to Anna Farmer (Anna.Farmer@MyFWC.com).
              
Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake Observation Form

Lat/Long of center of map

    Instructions
  1. You can enter your lat/long directly or you can use the red bubble marker on Google Maps to determine the coordinates. If your coordinates are from a GPS device, please check the box indicating that. If you can't accurately map where you saw the snake, please enter the conservation land where it was seen.
  2. Click on the buttons at the upper right of the map to display either a satellite, hybrid road/satellite, or terrain map. Drag the marker to the approximate location then use the zoom bar on the left side of the map to help pin-point the desired location.
  3. Enter the year and month of the sighting, indicate the name of the conservation land if the animal was found on a public property, indicate if you are a professional biologist or natural resource professional, provide the organization you work for (optional), your name, an email and phone number where you can be contacted (optional), and any additional comments (optional) on the snake observation.
  4. If you wish to submit photos, please upload using the appropriate boxes below.
  5. Click the Save button below the date entry area.
  6. Please submit a new record for each individual snake you observed.
      
   


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Submit pictures if available:
Allowed files - .pdf,.jpg,.png,.tif,.gif:
        

If you have any questions regarding this project, please contact: Anna Farmer (FWRI Biologist), Anna.Farmer@myfwc.com
Thank you very much for your participation in this survey, your contributions to this effort are invaluable!

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