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Morelia bredli

Common names: Bredls python, Centralian python, Centralian carpet python, central Australian carpet python, Bredls carpet python, central Australian Bredls carpet python, central Bredls carpet python. Morelia bredli is a non-venomous Python speci ...

Morelia spilota imbricata

Morelia spilota in a large snake found in southern regions of Western Australia and Western Australia. A member of the family Python, it is commonly known as South West carpet Python.

Morelia spilota mcdowelli

Morelia spilota mcdowelli is a subspecies of Morelia spilota, commonly known as the carpet Python, and is informally named the Eastern, coastal or McDowells carpet Python. The original description and name was published by wells and Wellington in ...

Morelia spilota metcalfei

Common names: inland carpet python, Murray Darling carpet python, MD carpet python, Victorian carpet python. Morelia spilota metcalfei is a Python subspecies found in Australia, commonly known as the Murray darling carpet Python. Pythons are not ...

Mud adder

Mud adder, also known as De-viss ribbon snake is a species of venomous snakes in the family elapidae. The species is endemic to some regions of Eastern Australia, including South-Western Queensland, Northern New South Wales and North-West Victori ...

Olive python

Liasis olivaceus, commonly called the olive Python, is a species of snake in the family Pythonidae. The species is endemic to Australia. Two subspecies are recognized as valid, including the nominate subspecies described here.

Pseudonaja mengdeni

Pseudonaja mengdeni commonly known as Mengdens brown snake, Western brown snake and in addition, gwardar. Mengdeni Pseudnaja is endemic to Australia. It varies greatly in color and patterns and is a very dangerous elapid bite which can cause seve ...

Pseudonaja nuchalis

Pseudonaja nuchalis, commonly known as the Western brown snake or gwardar, is a type of very fast, venomous elapid snakes native to Australia. Its color and pattern very variable, which depends mainly on its location. Some experts argue that a wi ...

Pygmy mulga snake

Dwarf gym, snake, also known as dwarf king brown snake is a species of venomous snakes in black snake Pseudechis genus in the family elapidae. Species native to Australia.

Pygmy python

Dwarf Python, also known as the ant hill Python, is a species of snakes found in Western Australia. Their common names refer to the fact that they are the smallest member of the Pythonidae family and are often found in termite mounds. The specifi ...

Ringed brown snake

In the ringed brown snake is a species of venomous elapid snake native to a broad band inland of Australia, from Western New South Wales and Queensland in Western Australia. Albert Gunther described it as Cacophis Modesta in 1872, in samples take ...

Rough-scaled python

Morelia carinata, commonly known as rough-scaled Python is a large Python species endemic to Australia. Currently no subspecies are recognized.

Spotted mulga snake

Spotted gym, snake species of poisonous snakes in the family elapidae. The species is endemic to Western Australia. A representative of the Pseudechis genus, dangerously venomous snakes that can intimidate the enemy, raising its head and introduc ...

Strap-snouted brown snake

Strap-trunk brown snake is a species of venomous snakes in the family elapidae. Species native to South Australia, New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria. P. aspidorhyncha is part of a species complex that also includes P. mengdeni and P. nucha ...

White-lipped snake

White-lipped snake is a small species of poisonous snakes in the family elapidae. The species is endemic to the South-East mainland Australia and Tasmania.

Wonambi

Wonambi is an extinct genus of madtsoiid snakes that lived in the late Neogene to late Quaternary Australia. Species Wonambi was a constrictor snakes that are not related to Australian pythons.

California red-sided garter snake

Bilateral the California red garter snake is a subspecies of the common garter snake. This slender species of natricine snake is indigenous to North America and is one of three recognized subspecies of Thamnophis sirtalis found in California. Alt ...

Pantherophis ramspotti

Pantherophis ramspotti, commonly known as the Western Fox snake, is a species of rat snake, which is endemic in the upper Midwest of the United States West of the Mississippi river. It is nonpoisonous.

Amazon Basin emerald tree boa

Corallus batesii, the Amazon basin emerald tree boa, is a species of boa found in the tropical forests of South America. This view was again from the synonymy of Corallus caninus Henderson and his colleagues in 2009.

Anomalepis mexicanus

Snout rounded, moderately convex, the nostrils lateral, Rostral rather small, prefrontals and frontal subequal, the former forming a median suture well developed supraoculars, the eyes are distinguishable under the eyes, combined two preoculars, ...

Banded cat-eyed snake

Additional common names include: cat eyes, Nightcrawler, lets Sapo Pantano de Culebra destenida, machete Savane, mapana de Agua, mapana Tigre, and ranera.

Basin worm snake

Basin worm snake kind of snake in the Typhlopidae family. Reported in Colombia, Peru, Venezuela and Guyana.

Big-scaled blind snake

Large-scales blind snake kind of snake in the Leptotyphlopidae family. The species is endemic to southern Central America and Northern South America.

Bothrocophias campbelli

Bothrocophias campbelli, commonly known as the Campbells toadheaded Viper or toadheaded Ecuadorian pitviper, a venomous pitviper species in the family Viperidae. The species is endemic to South America. Currently no subspecies are recognized.

Bothrocophias hyoprora

Bothrocophias hyoprora, or the Amazonian toad-headed pitviper, is a species of venomous snakes in the family Viperidae. It is endemic to northwestern South America.

Bothrocophias microphthalmus

Bothrocophias microphthalmia, or small eye of the toad-headed pit Viper, is a species of venomous snakes in the family Viperidae. The species is endemic to northwestern South America.

Bothrops bilineatus

Common names: two-striped forest-pitviper, parrotsnake, Amazonian palm viper, green jararaca The kaysaki bilineatus highly venomous pitviper species found in the Amazon basin in South America. A pale green arboreal species that may reach a length ...

Bothrops brazili

Solidly built and land, B. brazili adults usually 70-90 cm 28-35 in total length, including the tail, but can exceed 140 cm 55 inches. The largest on record 149.3 cm 58 3 ⁄ 4 in. Available data indicate that among adults, females are larger than ...

Bothrops punctatus

Common names: Chocoan lancehead. The tuatara is the kaysaki is a venomous pitviper species found in South America and Panama. Currently no subspecies are recognized.

Bothrops taeniatus

Taeniatus kaysaki, speckled forest-pitviper, is a species of Viper found in the Equatorial forests of South America. The specific name, taenia, is derived from the Greek word tainia, meaning to tie ribbon or stripe, referring to slender body. Cur ...

Bothrops venezuelensis

There is not much known about the dangers of this poison to humans, but potentially lethal poisoning is possible. B. venezuelensis venom contains procoagulants may also myotoxins and cytotoxic substances.

Chironius laurenti

Chironius Laurenti is a species of nonvenomous snake of the family Colubridae. The species is endemic to Bolivia and Brazil. The species was named in honor of Raymond Laurent.

Clelia equatoriana

Clelia equatoriana, widely known as Equatorial mussarana, is a species of snake in the family Colubridae. The species is endemic to South-Central America and northwestern South America.

Dipsas gracilis

Graceful snail-eater, is a poisonous snake in the Northern part of South America. Currently no subspecies are recognized.

Dipsas indica

Dipsas indica, also known as Neo-tropical snail-eater, is a species of snake found in South America. Feeds on slugs and snails, which the snake can extract from their shells using its slender jaw. There are two subspecies: Dipsas indica ecuadorie ...

Dipsas pratti

Dipsas practice, commonly known as Pratto snail-eater, is a species of arboreal snakes of the subfamily Dipsadinae family Colubridae. The species is endemic to Northern South America.

Lachesis acrochorda

Lachesis Acrochorda, is a venomous Viper species found in Panama, Colombia and Ecuador. It was previously considered a synonym of Lachesis stenophrys. Its common name from Choco bushmaster.

Mastigodryas boddaerti

Mastigodryas boddaerti, commonly known as Boddaerts tropical racer, is a species of snake in the family Colubridae. The species is endemic to tropical South America including Trinidad and Tobago.

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