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Curl snake

curl snake (Suta suta)
Alpha, Queensland
Photo © Stewart Macdonald
Suta suta - (Peters, 1863)
Pronunciation  SUE-tah   SUE-tah
Etymology  Suta: 'stitched-(one)', after the reticulate pattern.
suta: 'stitched'.
Other names  Myall snake
Denisonia suta 
 
Total length
Species avg: 40 cm
Species max: 85 cm
Reproduction
Live-bearing
Litter size
Average: 5
Range: 2 - 7
Length and clutch size information comes from a variety of sources, but primarily from Shine (1991) and Cogger (2000).
Description Distribution Natural history Conservation Further information More photos

Range

Widely distributed across the eastern half of Australia, excluding the coastal region. The population around Kununurra may be disjunct.

Found in the following Australian states/territories

New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria, Western Australia

Habitat

This snake can be found in a wide range of habitats, from temperate and seasonal tropical woodlands in the east and north of its range, to eucalypt and acacia scrublands in the central deserts. Often associated with deeply cracking clay soils.

Notes and disclaimer
This information may not be complete. While all care is taken to ensure the accuracy of the information in this page, primary sources should always be consulted for definitive information. Animals have an endearing habit of disobeying the rules, so the information on this page should be interpreted with a degree of flexibility.
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