ID this snake please

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    Snake01 Not so new Member

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    One off my friends bought this snake for a jungel carpet, is it one?

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    No picture there mate.
     
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    I cant see any pics attached but I am sure if you put some up, someone would be able to help you :)
     
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    I'd this snake please

    Sorry for that, here it is

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    Yep its a jungle
     
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    I'd this snake please

    Thanx mate


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    that pic reminds me of super mario bros 1 on gameboy....
     
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    I'd this snake please

    So would I be correct in saying according to you guys this is definitely Morelia spilota cheynei?


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    Its not a clear picture, but judging by the presented coloration and patterning, yes, I think you could be confident in saying this was Morelia Spilota Cheynei - Jungle Carpet Python.
     
  10. Actually it is Morelia spilota cheynei as suggested by the OP, not Morelia Spilota Cheynei...

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    Jonno from ERD Very Well-Known Member

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    Don't worry too much SniperCap...if we wanted to get technical, it's not Morelia spilota cheynei, it's actually Morelia spilota cheynei. If you wanted to get even more technical, they aren't really even considered a valid subspecies so they're really just Morelia spilota variegata. But that's only if you wanted to be pedantic.
     
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    The pic actually looks like a painting.
     
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    It's just Morelia spilota.
     
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