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WESTERN CROWNED SNAKE
(was Drysdalia coronata)
This is a small species of snake with a weak venom and is normally considered harmless.
Western Crowned Snake (Elapognathus coronatus) EuanKettle, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons
Approximate Distribution of the Western Crowned Snake (Elapognathus coronatus)
This species may be confused with the White Lipped Snake (Drysdalia coronoides)
which looks similar and also had a similar scientific name
REPTILE SPECIES LISTS BY STATE OR TERRITORY
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Updated March 17, 2023