After a good deal of searching, I couldn’t find any substantive data on reptile populations per city in Florida. I also tried to categorize it by county and still did not come across anything useful. However, as a former Florida resident, I can offer a subjective, anecdotal guess: the southern portion has many reptile species in many habitats. It’s similarly true in central Florida, but I would estimate that northern cities and towns do not have as many reptiles, particularly the large species that require certain habitats found commonly in south Florida.
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