Venomous Snakes in the United States

Venomous Snakes in the United States
Here is a list of venomous snakes found in the United States. This list is arranged alphabetically according to genus. All of these snakes are capable of medically significant bites and you will need to go to the hospital immediately if bitten.

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  1. Agkistrodon contortrix (subspecies contortrix) – Southern Copperhead
  2. Agkistrodon contortrix (subspecies laticinctus) – Broad-banded Copperhead
  3. Agkistrodon contortrix (subspecies mokasen) – Northern Copperhead
  4. Agkistrodon contortrix (subspecies phaeogaster) – Osaga Copperhead, Osage Copperhead
  5. Agkistrodon contortrix (subspecies pictigaster) – Trans-Pecos Copperhead, Pallas’ Viper, Halys Pit Viper, Asiatic Moccasin
  6. Agkistrodon piscivorus (subspecies conanti) – Florida Cottonmouth
  7. Agkistrodon piscivorus (subspecies leucostoma) – Western Cottonmouth
  8. Agkistrodon piscivorus (subspecies piscivorus) – Eastern Cottonmouth
  9. Crotalus adamanteus – Eastern Diamondback Rattlesnake
  10. Crotalus atrox – Western Diamond Rattlesnake
  11. Crotalus cerastes (subspecies cerastes) – Mohave Desert Sidewinder
  12. Crotalus cerastes (subspecies cercobombus) – Sonoran Desert Sidewinder, Sonoran Sidewinder
  13. Crotalus cerastes (subspecies laterorepens) – Colorado Desert Sidewinder
  14. Crotalus cerberus – Arizona Black Rattlesnake
  15. Crotalus horridus (subspecies atricaudatus) – Canebrake Rattlesnake
  16. Crotalus horridus (subspecies horridus) – Timber Rattlesnake, Banded Rattlesnake
  17. Crotalus lepidus (subspecies klauberi) – Banded Rock Rattlesnake
  18. Crotalus lepidus (subspecies lepidus) – Mottled Rock Rattlesnake
  19. Crotalus mitchellii (subspecies pyrrhus) – Southwestern Speckled Rattlesnake
  20. Crotalus molossus (subspecies molossus) – Black-tailed Rattlesnake, Blacktail Rattlesnake
  21. Crotalus oreganus (subspecies abyssus) – Grand Canyon Rattlesnake
  22. Crotalus oreganus (subspecies concolor) – Midget Faded Rattlesnake
  23. Crotalus oreganus (subspecies helleri) – Southern Pacific Rattlesnake
  24. Crotalus oreganus (subspecies lutosus) – Great Basin Rattlesnake
  25. Crotalus oreganus (subspecies oreganus) – Northern Pacific Rattlesnake
  26. Crotalus ornatus – Chihuahuan Black Tailed Rattlesnake
  27. Crotalus pricei (subspecies pricei) Twin-Spotted Rattlesnake, Price’s Twin-Spotted Rattlesnake
  28. Crotalus ruber (subspecies ruber) Red Diamond Rattlesnake
  29. Crotalus scutulatus (subspecies scutulatus) Northern Mojave Rattlesnake
  30. Crotalus stephensi – Panamint Rattlesnake
  31. Crotalus tigris – Tiger Rattlesnake
  32. Crotalus viridis (subspecies nuntius) – Hopi Rattlesnake, Arizona Prairie Rattlesnake
  33. Crotalus viridis (subspecies viridis) – Prairie Rattlesnake
  34. Crotalus willardi (subspecies obscurus) – New Mexican Ridge-nosed Rattlesnake, New Mexican Ridgenose Rattlesnake
  35. Crotalus willardi (subspecies silus) – Chihuahuan Ridge-nosed Rattlesnake, Chihuahuan Ridgenose Rattlesnake
  36. Crotalus willardi (subspecies willardi) – Arizona Ridge-nosed Rattlesnake, Arizona Ridgenose Rattlesnake
  37. Micruroides euryxanthus (subspecies euryxanthus) – Western Coral Snake, Arizona Coral Snake
  38. Micrurus fulviusn – Coral Snake, Harlequin Coral Snake, Eastern Coral Snake
  39. Micrurus tenern – Coral Snake, Harlequin Coral Snake, M. t. tener : Texas Coral Snake, M. t. fitzingeri : Fitzinger’s Coral Snake, Guanajuato Coral Snake, M. t. maculatus : Tampico Coral Snake, M. t. microgalbineus : Potosi Coral Snake, Spotted Coral Snake
  40. Sistrurus catenatus (subspecies catenatus) – Eastern Massasauga
  41. Sistrurus catenatus (subspecies edwardsi) – Desert Massasauga
  42. Sistrurus catenatus (subspecies tergeminus) – Western Massasauga
  43. Sistrurus miliarius (subspecies barbouri) – Southeastern Pygmy Rattlesnake, Dusky Pygmy Rattlesnake
  44. Sistrurus miliarius (subspecies miliarius) – Carolina Pygmy Rattlesnake
  45. Sistrurus miliarius (subspecies streckeri) – Western Pygmy Rattlesnake

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