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snake12

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Any help with what this snake is would be appreciated. Sorry pic isn't great. A friend found it on her front doorstep. Hopefully the link will work an a bigger image will come through

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GeckoJosh

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Its hard to tell with that pic but I have a feeling its a Marsh Snake

Im sure someone on here with better Elapid Id skills will figure it out.

Treat it as deadly either way
 

snake12

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i think it is gone now. We were just wondering out of curiosity, but i understand that the photo is difficult to tell
 

longqi

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I would think it is probably too dark to be a young eastern brown but am not familiar with that area and the colour variations from there
 

jase75

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Impossible to be 100% from that photo, as previously said most likely Eastern Brown or a Marsh Snake.
 

Surroundx

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It looks like the head and a small section of vertebrae behind the head are brown, if that's any help to anyone.....
 

Wrightpython

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i doubt its an eastern brown they have banding in that area or at least the ones ive caught did. what about small eyed snake
 

GeckoJosh

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It's not okay to say thats a king brown run for your lives, or it's a keelback when it is obviously not either.
They are asking for an ID not an uneducated guess.

But with that pic an accurate ID is near impossible, and most guesses are likely candidates imo, which would make them educated guesses.
 
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