- a large, poisonous rattlesnake (Crotalus adamanteus) with diamond-shaped markings on its back, native to the S U.S.
- an edible turtle (Malaclemys terrapin) with diamond-shaped markings on its shell, found in coastal salt marshes from Cape Cod to Mexicoin full diamondback terrapin
- a small, brown-and-white cosmopolitan moth (Plutella xylostella) whose wings, when folded, form a diamond
having diamond-shaped markings on the back
- A common name used of two species of rattlesnake having a diamond pattern on its back, i.e. Crotalus adamanteus found in the southeastern United States and Crotalus atrox found in southwestern United States and northwestern and central Mexico.
- The saltmarsh terrapin of the Atlantic coast (Malacoclemmys palustris).
- The boys' performance collection offers versions of the Racer and Jammer, while the girls' performance collection includes several versions of the Diamondback and a more limited selection of the Maxback.
- It is created by Bolliger & Mabillard (B&M), a Swiss coaster company, which also designed Raptor at Cedar Point, Silver Bullet at Knott's Berry Farm and Diamondback at Kings Island.
- Ideal for both performing and recreational swimmers, the Diamondback is similar to the men's Racer suit in that it reduces drag and improves performance through its innovative design.
- Offering the same freedom of motion as the Diamondback, the Maxback provides slightly more coverage with its extra-wide straps and overall conservative design.
- Named Diamondback for its diamond pattern, this innovative thin strapped suit features the binding system, and thereby molds itself to the swimmer's body.