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Dwyer's snake

Dwyer's snake (Parasuta dwyeri)
Glenmorgan, Queensland
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Parasuta dwyeri - (Worrell, 1956)
Pronunciation  pah-rah-SUE-tah   DWY-err-ee
Etymology  Parasuta: 'next-to Suta', after a similar snake genus
dwyeri: after J. Dwyer, an Australian naturalist1.
Other names  Denisonia dwyeri
Suta dwyeri
Total length
Species avg: 60 cm
Litter size
Average: 3
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


Found in the following Australian states/territories

New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria


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