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    • Morelia spilota spilota
    • Coluber spilotus
    • Morelia argus argus
    • Morelia spilotes spilotes
    • Python spilotus spilotus
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    • Diamond Python

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What

Diamond Python Morelia spilota ssp. spilota

Observer

laura_bowen

Date

November 21, 2016 07:12 PM AEDT

Description

Field Notes - At least 7 foot long, growing up we called these carpet snakes but i think they are called a diamond python?
Really healthy and shiny. A beautiful big snake. Pretty sure it has recently shed

Photos / Sounds

What

Diamond Python Morelia spilota ssp. spilota

Observer

shuetrim

Date

October 10, 2016 06:33 PM AEDT

Photos / Sounds

What

Diamond Python Morelia spilota ssp. spilota

Observer

q99of9

Date

October 8, 2016 10:39 AM AEDT

Description

Field Notes - this was the second diamond python we found trying to cross the road about 1km apart. the other will be submitted by another questagamer. we directed car and bike traffic to ensure they safely made it across without scaring anyone.

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Square

What

Diamond Python Morelia spilota ssp. spilota

Observer

jessicasalehi

Date

October 27, 2013 04:52 PM HST

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Diamond Python Morelia spilota ssp. spilota

Observer

rushecology

Date

December 27, 2001

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Diamond Python Morelia spilota ssp. spilota

Observer

stuarthawkes

Date

December 22, 2011 03:20 AM AEST

Photos / Sounds

Square

What

Diamond Python Morelia spilota ssp. spilota

Observer

scottproctor

Date

November 5, 2014 10:36 AM AEST

Description

Seen laying on Haycock road

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Description from Wikipedia

Morelia spilota spilota is a subspecies of Carpet Python (Morelia spilota), popularly known as the Diamond Python. It is a medium-to-large snake, found in coastal areas and adjacent ranges of south-eastern Australia. They are the most southerly occurring python in the world and are found at higher altitudes than any other species of Australian python.

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