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Green Tree Python

Morelia viridis


Hiding behind some branches. He was very large with a wide face.


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1 Species ID Suggestions

LarsKorb 11 years ago
Mexican Moccasin
Agkistrodon bilineatus Agkistrodon bilineatus

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LarsKorb 11 years ago

You're welcome. Glad you got it found.

SheaEckert 11 years ago

Got it! IT was the Green Tree Python. I recognized it by the head.
Thank you for the suggestion though!!

SheaEckert 11 years ago

Yes, it was definitely green. I know it's hard with very little area shown of the snake, but I saw the full view, and just wasn't able to photograph it.

LarsKorb 11 years ago

This is a GREEN?
It appears that the foreground blurs a black snake with a milky green shade...but you've been there alive, so it was just an assumption (and the only snake I found with a somehow matching pattern)

SheaEckert 11 years ago

Thank you for your suggestion, but I looked it up and I couldn't find any Mexican Moccasins that are this green. Unless you know of some otherwise, I think i'll keep looking...

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Washington, Maryland, USA

Spotted on Mar 15, 2010
Submitted on Sep 18, 2011

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