brown snake


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brown snake

n
(Animals) Austral any of various common venomous snakes of the genus Pseudonaja
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They combined forces to create a meandering brown snake, a three-foot tall volcano, an altarpiece surrounding a young plant, and a ten-foot driftwood geometric fence structure.
Five common reptiles expected at IIA, but not encountered, were stinkpot turtle (Sternotherus odoratus), northern ringneck snake (Diadophis punctatus), midland brown snake (Storeria dekayi), eastern hognose snake (Heterodon platirhinos), and five-lined skink (Eumeces fasciatus).
Three patients had evidence of a clinical syndrome compatible with Tiger snake envenoming but a negative VDk, both receiving Tiger snake antivenom and Brown snake antivenom, so it was impossible to be sure which antivenom was responsible for recovery and hence identify which snake envenomed the patient.
Sporting a brown snake painted on his cheek, 6-year-old Gary Watson Jr.
dentist Nick Taft and the Eastern Brown snake wound to his leg.
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The cardiovascular & haematological effects of purified prothrombin activator from the common brown snake (pseudogenic t) & their antagonism with heparin.
EASTERN BROWN SNAKE The second most venomous snake can be found in Sydney suburbs and, when agitated, will hold their necks high, appearing in an upright S-shape before pumping you full of venom.
"Not even a kangaroo court should find the brown snake guilty," Attenborough joked.
The 54-year-old man, Rod Sommerville, was bitten by Australia's deadliest eastern brown snake on the finger.
People were warned not to approach the large brown snake, which is not poisonous but kills its prey by squeezing it to death.
Storeria dekayi texana Trapido, 1944 (Texas Brown Snake).