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Suta is a genus of venomous elapid snakes native to mainland Australia[1].

Species Edit

  • Rosen's Snake, Suta fasciata (Rosén,1905) — Western Australia
  • Whip Hooded Snake, Suta flagellum (McCoy,1878) — New South Wales, South Australia, and Victoria
  • Gould’s Hooded Snake or Black-headed Snake,Suta gouldii (Gray,1841) — Western Australia
  • Monk Snake or Hooded Snake,Suta monachus (Storr,1964) — New South Wales, South Australia, Northern Territory, and Western Australia
  • Mallee Black-backed Snake or Black-backed Snake, Suta nigriceps (Günther,1863) — South Wales, South Australia, Victoria, and Western Australia
  • Ord Curl Snake, Suta ordensis (Storr,1984) — Western Australia, and Northern Territory (?)
  • Spotted Snake or Little Spotted Snake, Suta punctata (Boulenger,1896) — Northern Territory, Queensland, and Western Australia
  • Spectacled Hooded Snake, Suta spectabilis (Krefft,1869) — New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, and Western Australia
  • Variable Black-naped Snake, Suta spectabilis dwyeri (Worrell,1956) — New South Wales, and Queensland
  • Curl Snake (Eastern States) or Myall Snake (WA), Suta suta (Peters,1863) — New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Northern Territory, and Western Australia

ToxicityEdit

Snakes belonging to genus Suta are mildly to highly venomous, depending on species.

References Edit

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