COLLETT'S SNAKE FACTS
Collett's Snake is a strikingly marked snake with patches of bright orange amongst darker bluish-black areas
flood plains, open scrubland and flood channels
mammals, lizards, snakes and frogs.
Lays about 10-18 off-white eggs that hatch after around 10 weeks. Hatchlings have bright orange-red and dark brown markings.
remote areas of inland Queensland
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highly venomous but not aggressive.
|Common Name:||Collett's Snake|
Relatives in same Genus
Mulga Snake (P. australis)
Spotted Black Snake (P. guttatus)
Red-bellied Black Snake (P. porphyriacus)