This snake is in the elapidae family, it is highly venomous, they will often flatten themselves out in defence. Colour variations is a black top with a red belly, the belly can fade in colour over time to a more pale red.
Also known as the "green tree snake" This snake in non venomous, they come in a variety of colour, from black and yellow, blue, green and yellow and even blue!
Also known as the fresh water snake, This is another non venomous snake. Sometimes mistaken for the highly venomous rough scaled snake.
This is a mildly venomous species of snake, a bite from a large specimen should be treated with caution, the are commonly brownish in colour with a rusty looking neck, they also have a yellow mark below both eyes.
This a weakly venomous snake found mainly at night time, they are brown in colour with huge bulging eyes.
Another highly venomous snake in the elapidae family. very rare to find one of these in suburbia, but they do get mistaken for the non venomous keelback, so best to call a professional if unsure.
Another unlikely but potentially dangerous snake to run into, especially in suburbia, often mistaken for the red belly black, these guys are black on top with a red/pink belly.
This is a weakly venomous snake, not inclined to bite, brown/blackish top body with a gold head and neck.
Unlikely to encounter this venomous species, the marsh snake is light brown with a line across its head, colours may vary due to locality.
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