Ingram's brown snake Pseudonaja ingrami


Ingram's brown snake is grey-brown to rich-brown in colour with a dark grey or blackish head. This species is usually active during the day but can be active at night in hot conditions. It is generally found on black soils and tussock grasslands and will shelter in crevices on Mitchell grass plains. Ingram’s brown snake grows to an average length of 1 m (reaching a maximum length of 1.5 m).

Pseudonaja ingrami is a species of venomous elapid snake native to a broad swathe of inland Australia, from northwestern Queensland to northeastern Western Australia.