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Bandy Bandy (Vermicella annulata)

Black and white bands. White band over snout.
Normally mild venom but medical assistance is recommended.

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Coastal Taipan (Oxyuranus scutellatus)

brown with a light colored rectangular head
Potentially fatal venom, SEEK URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.

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Common Death Adder (Acanthophis antarcticus)

Tubby with large head and alternating thick and thin banding. Color can be grey or brown.
Potentially fatal venom, SEEK URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.

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Southern Dwarf Crowned Snake (Cacophis squamulosus)

dark grey with a thin yellow band on the back of the neck
Normally mild venom but medical assistance is recommended.

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Eastern Brown Snake (Pseudonaja textilis)

Extremely variable coloration. Light tan to almost black color. Some animals May be banded. Juveniles often have a black head with an orange nape.
Potentially fatal venom, SEEK URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.

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Eastern Small Eyed Snake (Rhinoplocephalus nigrescens)

Dark charcoal to black. Belly can be white or pink.
Potentially fatal venom, SEEK URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.

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Golden Crowned Snake (Cacophis squamulosus)

Grey with orange belly. Dirty white crown pattern on head.
Normally mild venom but medical assistance is recommended.

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Marsh Snake (Demansia psammophis)

Black or brown coloration. Has a horizontal stripe running though the eys.
Strong venom, medical assistance is recommended.

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Red Bellied Black Snake (Pseudechis porphyriacus)

Shiny black with very red belly. QLD animals have a brown nose. Pre shed animals may appear dull.
Strong venom, medical assistance is recommended.

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Rough Scaled Snake (Tropidechis carinatus)

Grey with black banding. Banding is variable.
Potentially fatal venom, SEEK URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.

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Stephens Banded Snake (Hoplocephalus stephensii)

Dirty lemon banding alternating with black banding. Large head.
Potentially fatal venom, SEEK URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.

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Tiger Snake (Notechis scutatus)

Extremely variable coloration. Sunshine coast animals tend to be banded in alternating grey or brown
Potentially fatal venom, SEEK URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.

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White Crowned Snake (Cacophis harriettae)

Grey with bright white head markings
Normally mild venom but medical assistance is recommended.

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Yellow Faced Whip Snake (Demansia psammophis)

Brown with copper colored shoulder. Eye markings in the shape of a comma. Rarely it may be plain grey without eye markings
Normally mild venom but medical assistance is recommended.

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Brown Tree Snake (Boiga irregularis)

Skinny with large head. Copper/brown coloration with incomplete faint black bands.
Normally mild venom but medical assistance is recommended.

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Common Tree Snake (Dendrelaphis punctulata)

Extremely variable coloration. Normally dark olive with yellow chin and bluish/yellow belly. But may be steel blue without any yellow or may be brown with yellow chin. Will show bright blue flashes when stressed.
Medically insignificant to weak venom. Symptoms are very rare.

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Keelback snake (Tropidonophis mairii)

Grey with irregular and incomplete black banding. May show spot white spots when stresed
No venom present.

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Coastal Carpet Python (Morelia spilota mcdowelli)

Extremely variable coloration. Normally green, yellow and black in a camouflage patten But can also be lemon with irregular black spots. Sometimes pre shed animals are almost black. Juveniles can be all brown.
No venom present.

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Spotted Python (Antaresia maculosa)

Light tan with irregular spot over entire body. Small head in comparision to the rest of its body.
No venom present.

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Elegant Sea Snake (Hydrophis elegans)

Light grey with dark saddles. Tail forms a paddle. Washed up animals often have barnacles attached to it.
Potentially fatal venom, SEEK URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.

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Yellow-Bellied Sea Snake (Pelamis platurus)

Dark grey dorsal and a striking yellow belly. Yellow paddle shaped tail with grey blotches
Potentially fatal venom, SEEK URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.

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Olive-headed sea snake (Disteira major)

Stocky light grey snake with large circular or trianglular blotches on its back. Large head.
Potentially fatal venom, SEEK URGENT MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.

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Blind Snake (Typhlopidae species)

Very worm like with extremely hard to see eyes. Very small scales.
No venom present.

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Eastern Blue Tongue Lizard (Tiliqua scincoides scincoides)

Grey with brownish bands. Large head and will often display its blue tongue.
No venom present.

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Three Toed Skink (Anomalopus verreauxii)

Grey with darker head and lemon yellow band around neck. four small legs are visible but often overlooked.
No venom present.

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Pink Tongue Skink (Hemisphaeriodon gerrardii)

Light tan with darker brown bands and a pink tongue. Some animls lack the banding
No venom present.

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Common Scaly foot (Pygopus lepidopodus)

May be complely brown or grey with darker dots and dashes. Tongue is broad and only partially split.
No venom present.

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Burton's Legless lizard (Lialis burtonis)

Very sharp snout. Color ranges from light grey to dark brown. It may have speckled or line markings or may be plain.
No venom present.

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