Hoplocephalus Bitorquatus Snake Venom | Pale-Headed Snake Venom:
Hoplocephalus Bitorquatus snake venom | Pale-headed snake venom is extracted from a snake called Hoplocephalus Bitorquatus.
More details about Hoplocephalus Bitorquatus Venom | Pale-Headed Snake Venom:
|Purity||> 99 %|
|Packaging||In vacuum sealed glass vials, in secured parcel.|
|Common Name(s)||Pale-headed Snake|
About Hoplocephalus bitorquatus Snake:
The pale-headed snake (Hoplocephalus bitorquatus) is a species of venomous snake in the family Elapidae. The species is endemic to Australia.
The species was originally described as Alecto bitorquata by Giorgio Jan in 1859.
Hoplocephalus bitorquatus may attain a total length of 51 cm (20 in), which includes a tail 9.5 cm (3.7 in) long. The top of the head is pale olive, with a bright yellow occipital blotch, which is edged with black. The body is dark olive dorsally, and may have a darker vertebral streak. Ventrally, it is greyish olive or brown.
Distribution and habitat:
Hoplocephalus bitorquatus is found on the eastern coast of Australia, from Cape York Peninsula in Queensland to Gosford in New South Wales. The preferred natural habitat of H. bitorquatus is forest.
Hoplocephalus bitorquatus is arboreal.
Hoplocephalus bitorquatus preys predominantly upon tree frogs, but also eats small lizards and small mammals.
Hoplocephalus bitorquatus is viviparous.
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