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Largest Aspidites. Ground colour cream, pale yellowish-brown to reddish-brown; palest bearing sharpest pattern in far west of range (west Kimberley region, W.A. south-westwards). Numerous dark brown to blackish...
Children’s Pythons are among Australia’s smallest pythons, they are relatively slender snakes, with their head being only slightly wider than their neck. the body colour ranges from pale...
Comprises 3 subspecies, including 2 dwarf island races. P. a. affinis (Günther, 1872) Large subspecies. Ground colour variable; yellowish-brown, pale or dark brown, grey to almost black. Many individuals bear...
The Gwardar is a latge slender agile snake, with glossy smooth scales. Adults can get up to 160cm . Colouration is highly variable, several distinct colour forms occur with a multitude of intergrades: Hooded...
Largest Pseudechis. Ground colour highly variable; pale brown, olive, rich reddish-brown to coppery-brown. Populations from southern parts of range may be darker to almost black. Individual scales usually bear...
The Spotted Mulga snake has smooth scales that are black with groups of cream, brown, or yellow-centered scales providing a generally spotted pattern that varies considerably between individuals. Their head and...
SPOTTED MULGA SNAKE
Two subspecies recognised. L. o. olivaceus: Ground colour dark olive, yellowish-brown to olive-brown, fading laterally. Lips, side of throat, neck and ventral surfaces white to cream. Lips may be finely dotted...
The Water Python is Australia’s most aquatic python, their body colouration is without pattern and can be almost black to olive-brown or olive-grey, with an obvious opalescent sheen. The lips, throat and...
The Desert Death Adder is a bright reddish-brown with a series of irregular cross-bands formed by paler, usually yellow scales; among both colours are scattered dark brown scales. The paler cross-bands may have...
DESERT DEATH ADDER
The Pilbara Death Adder is a bright reddish to dark brown with a series of irregular cross-bands formed by paler, usually yellow scales; among both colours are scattered dark brown scales. The paler cross-bands...
PILBARA DEATH ADDER
Relatively slender death adder with strongly-keeled dorsal scales and very rugose head shields. Ground colour pale reddish-brown to rich red, marked with transversely-aligned dark flecks, alternating with 50-70...
SOUTHERN DEATH ADDER
The Brown Tree Snake is brown to bright reddish-brown with numerous narrow, irregular, dark crossbands, or cream to light reddish-brown with numerous broad, irregular, bright red or reddish-brown cross-bands....
BROWN TREE SNAKE
The Green Tree Snake’s scales are smooth and colour varies considerably from grey and olive-green through various shades of brown to almost black, or even bright blue, the skin between their scales...
GREEN TREE SNAKE
The Yellow-faced Whip Snake is a moderately large slender green snake with smooth matte scales. Colour is usually a lime-green, becoming a lemon-yellow on flanks. Some individuals are olive-green to drank-green....
Yellow-Faced Whip Snake
North-western carpet pythons are a robust species with a large head quite distinct from the neck. they are reddish brown in colour, with darker cream edged bands along the entire length of their body, and a...
NORTH-WESTERN CARPET PYTHON
The Rough-scaled Python is a slender snake with a head that is quite distinct from its neck, it is the only known python species with keeled scales. The body is a pale brownish white with coarse variegations, ...
Large distinctive python with small fragmented head shields. Four subspecies are currently recognised though a number of distinctly patterned populations occur. It remains to be demonstrated whether these...
SOUTHWEST CARPET PYTHON
The Pygmy Python is the smallest python species in the world. their colouration varies depending on region and habitat, they may be a reddish-brown (brick brown) to a sandy yellow/orange. Most have a pattern of...
Pattern usually prominent and including pale ventrolateral line. Has 260 – 302 ventral scales and usually 6th and 7th upper labial scales contacting eye. Pale brown, yellowish brown to cream, irregularly marked...
Two subspecies recognised. Status of western form is uncertain; regarded here as being a subspecies of N. scutatus. N. s. scutatus (Peters, 1861) Ground colour extremely variable, ranging from pale grey through...
Ground colour pale brown, yellowish-brown, reddish-brown to pale olive, marked with numerous irregular darker brown to reddish-brown bands. These may be slightly narrower to broader than pale interspaces and...
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