Snake I.D Please

Discussion in 'Reptile and Amphibian Identification' started by St3v3, Nov 9, 2019.

  1. St3v3

    St3v3 Not so new Member

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    Dose anyone know what type of snake this is?

    Caught on Thursday Island
     
  2. Sdaji

    Sdaji APS Veteran APS Veteran

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    I'm not quite 100% from these pictures but I think you have a Slatey-brown Snake, Stegonotus parvus. I've never actually seen on in the flesh, although I've seen plenty of their close relative the Slatey-grey Snake which is common on parts of the mainland.
     
  3. Mitella

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    G'day mate, it's a Slaty-Grey snake (Stegonotus cucullatus). There's no Slate-Browns anywhere near there except on Merr.
     

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