THE REPTILES OF AUSTRALIA - BLIND SNAKES

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DARK-SPINED BLIND SNAKE
Anilios (was Ramphotyphlops) bicolor

This species is not venomous and does not bite.

Dark-Spined Blind Snake (Anilios bicolor) photographed in South Australia  
Dark-Spined Blind Snake (Anilios bicolor) photographed in South Australia

NOTE -The name Anilios australis used to apply to what are now called Anilios australis and Anilios bicolor

Dark-Spined Blind Snake (Anilios bicolor) photographed in South Australia
Approximate distribution of the Dark-Spined Blind Snake (Anilios bicolor)
 
This Dark-Spined Blind Snake (Anilios bicolor) photographed in South Australia looks pale because it is going to shed its skin
This Dark-Spined Blind Snake (Anilios bicolor) photographed in South Australia looks pale because it is going to shed its skin


Dark-Spined Blind Snake (Anilios bicolor) photographed in South Australia
Dark-Spined Blind Snake (Anilios bicolor) photographed in South Australia


Dark-Spined Blind Snake (Anilios bicolor) photographed in South Australia
Dark-Spined Blind Snake (Anilios bicolor) photographed in South Australia


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