A DeKay's Snake is very small snake that is also known as the Brown Snake and has an overall light brown or gray color and also has two rows of parallel dark spots running along its back. The belly of this snake varies in color from cream to light pink. Very docile and harmless.
The head of the Brown Snake is only slightly wider than its anterior body. The head also has a prominent dark blotch on each side of the neck and a dark spot under each eye. Storeria is a genus of colubrid snakes. The genus consists of four species, three of which are known as brown snakes, and the other is known as the redbelly snake. They are found primarily in the United States and Mexico but range as far north as southern Canada, and as far south as Central America.