Speckled brown snake Pseudonaja guttata

WARNING: VENOMOUS

The speckled brown snake is variable in colour and pattern from uniform pale fawn to bright orange- brown above, while some specimens can have blackish-cross bands or blotches on the body and tail. The belly is creamy orange to bright orange with brighter orange spots. It occurs in tussock grasslands on black soil plains. The speckled brown snake grows to an average length of 50 cm (reaching a maximum length of 80 cm).

Pseudonaja guttata is a species of venomous elapid snake native to the Channel Country in northeastern Australia.