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Green python

green python (Morelia viridis)
Iron range National Park, Queensland
Photo © Nick Stock
Morelia viridis - (Schlegel, 1872)
Pronunciation  more-AY-lee-ah   vir-ID-iss
Etymology  Morelia: unknown, but possibly after the town in Mexico.
viridis: 'green', for obvious reasons.
Other names  Green tree python
Chondropython viridis 
 
Total length
Species avg: 120 cm
Species max: 200 cm
Reproduction
Oviparous
Clutch size
Average: 12
Range: 11 - 26
Length and clutch size information comes from a variety of sources, but primarily from Shine (1991) and Cogger (2000).
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