Snake breeding and egg laying season in Queensland The weather in Ipswich, Logan, Brisbane and surrounds is getting hotter and hotter, and snakes are coming out; and homeowners need to be aware of that. In fact, at N&S Snake Catchers we have increased calls for snakes from homes in the past few months alone spanning…
Length up to 1 meter, glossy black, with pink, cream or occasionally grey belly, sometimes with dark spot, small black eyes. Nocturnal snake. Highly Venomous bites from this species should be treated immediately, apply first aid and seek medical attention.
Length to 40cm, reddish brown colour other netted patterning, belly is white, head and neck is glossy black, with a orange bean shaped marking on nape. Nocturnal snake. Weakly Venomous.
Length up to 70cm slender snake, dark grey or olive colour, white band across nape and around rim eye to tip of snout and enclosing black patch on top of head. They are Nocturnal found beneath rocks, logs, and leaf litter, retaining walls. Weakly Venomous, apply correct first aid and seek medical attention.
Length up to 3meter. Light brown to almost black, belly cream with oranges spots and blotches. Head is long and angular distinct from neck, snout and face is generally paler. Highly Venomous Snake, Bite from this species should seek immediately correct first aid and seek medical attention.
Length up to 70cm, olive to brown black colour, belly dark brown or grey colour, two prominent pale yellowish stripes on side of face one extending along the upper lip, the other from eye to neck. Active day and night, Mildly Venomous treat with caution. All bites should be treated with correct first aid and seek medical attention.
Length to up 1meter +. Fawn to Olive colour with numerous dark brown blotches patterns. Belly mostly cream. Nocturnal snake. Non Venomous Snake.
Length up to 1 meter. Grey, black or olive colour with irregular dark broken cross bands, bands may be broken. Belly cream pale rusty colour with orange flush edges. Active day and night.
Length up to 1 meter, Yellow faced pale to Olive- greyish green with reddish flush along or longitudinal stripes along front third of body, belly usually greyish green, face with distinctive markings pale cream or yellow rim around eye with dark, comma like marking curving back below the eye, and dark pale edge line up on of the snout, running from nostril to nostril, very slender with whip like tail. Potentially dangerous especially if children involved, bites cause localised pain.
Length up to 2.2 meters, highly variable in colour and patterns range from, brown, pale tan, dark brown, orange, run set to almost black plain or crossed banding, belly usually cream with orange or grey spotting. Juvenile vary in colour plain or banded frequently having dark heads or neck bands or either being completely banded along the body.