Solid Toothed & Rear Fanged

Brown Tree Snake Boiga irregularis

Common NameBrown Tree Snake
Scientific NameBoiga irregularis
FamilySolid Toothed & Rear Fanged
Average Length100cm
ReproductionEgg laying
Number of Offspring6
VenomMildly venomous
DistributionNSW & ACT
PhotographerWolfgang Wuster

Northern Green Tree Snake Dendrelaphis calligastra

Common NameNorthern Green Tree Snake
Scientific NameDendrelaphis calligastra
FamilySolid Toothed & Rear Fanged
Average Length80cm
ReproductionEgg laying
Number of Offspring9
VenomNon-venomous
DistributionQueensland
PhotographerDavid Nixon

Green Tree Snake Dendrelaphis punctulatus

Common NameGreen Tree Snake
Scientific NameDendrelaphis punctulatus
FamilySolid Toothed & Rear Fanged
Average Length90cm
ReproductionEgg laying
Number of Offspring8
VenomNon-venom
DistributionQueensland, NSW & ACT, Western Aust, NT
PhotographerEric Vanderduys

Slate-Grey Snake Stegonotus cucullatus

Common NameSlate-Grey Snake
Scientific NameStegonotus cucullatus
FamilySolid Toothed & Rear Fanged
Average Length90cm
ReproductionEgg laying
Number of Offspring12
VenomNon-venomous
DistributionQueensland, NT
PhotographerEric Vanderduys
Notes
The Slate-Grey Snake (Stegonotus cucullatus) is a non-venomous species found in the northern parts of Australia usually in close proximity to water.

Slate-Brown Snake Stegonotus parvus

Common NameSlate-Brown Snake
Scientific NameStegonotus parvus
FamilySolid Toothed & Rear Fanged
Average Length80cm
ReproductionEgg laying
Number of Offspring12
VenomNon-venomous
DistributionQueensland
PhotographerJohn Wombey

Keelback Tropidonophis mairii

Common NameKeelback
Scientific NameTropidonophis mairii
FamilySolid Toothed & Rear Fanged
Average Length55cm
ReproductionEgg laying
Number of Offspring9
VenomNon-venomous
DistributionQueensland, Western Aust, NSW & ACT, NT
PhotographerEric Vanderduys
Notes
The Keelback is one of the only native animals that is able to eat Cane Toads without ill effect. This species is very similar in appearance to the Rough Scaled snake which is highly venomous and has overlapping distribution.