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Three Sandy and Details shield - nose snake stony contradictory; local subspecies (races) regions in pain, swelling and recognised: Aspidelaps Namib desert, lymphangitis in some scutatus scutatus (western moist and arid of the bites; race), Aspidelaps savanna, neurotoxic in scutatus fulafula (eastern across others, with one race) and Aspidelaps northern fatality scutatus intermedius regions of (central race) southern Africa, from Namibia across to Mozambique Mambas (genus Large, agile, slender diurnal Dendroaspis) elapid snakes with a long flat-sided head, a medium-sized eye and a round pupil.
This small, nocturnal elapid snake readily uses artificial refuges (Homan 2012b).
Not only are the basics of first aid covered, but also an explanation of the major components of the venom of Australian elapid snakes.
Activity patterns in Australian elapid snakes (Squamata: Serpentes: Elapidae).