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South African snakes with venoms that are not considered to be medically important.

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Looking for pictures to use in Snake Book

Postby reptile » Mon May 05, 2014 2:51 pm

Hi Everyone,
I live in Malawi, and I am trying to create a book on the snakes that live here. As a result, I am trying to get hold of pictures of snakes (mildly venomous ones on this particular post) that have been observed in Malawi. I would give credit to the photographer in my book. Please supply the full name of the photographer preferably not on the photo itself.
Below is a list of some of the species of snakes that are thought to occur in Malawi:
Yellow-bellied Sand Snake (Psammophis sp.)
Dwarf Sand Snake (Psammophis angolensis)
Black-headed Centipede Eater (Aparallactus capensis)
Rufous Beaked Snake (Rhamphiophis rostratus)
Striped Skaapsteker (Psammophylax tritaeniatus)
Grey-bellied Grass Snake (Psammophylax variabilis)
Eastern Bark Snake (Hemirhagerrhis nototaenia)
Common Tiger Snake (Telescopus semiannulatus)
Red-lipped Snake (Crotaphopeltis hotamboeia)
Barotse Water Snake (Crotaphopeltis barotseensis)
Common Purple-glossed Snake (Amblyodipsas polylepis)

Please feel free to correct me, should the distribution have been wrongly identified. More species to follow! Help will be greatly appreciated :D !
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