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The striped crayfish snake is a species of semiaquatic North American snake that derives its common name from its principal prey, crayfish. This snake is also called Allen's snake, the striped swamp snake, the striped swampsnake, or simply the.

The striped crayfish snake (Liodytes alleni) is a species of semiaquatic North American snake that derives its common name from its principal prey, crayfish.

Description: Striped crayfish snakes are mid-sized, highly aquatic snakes, ranging in size from 14 - 20 in ( – cm). They are somewhat heavy-​bodied.

Striped. Striped Crayfish Snake. Photo of striped crayfish snake showing faint stripes and yellowish lower sides. Photo by J.D. Willson (SREL).

The UF Herpetology Division's Online Guide to FL Snakes: Striped Crayfish Snake.