Woma - Aspidites ramsayi






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The Woma has a smooth-scaled and moderately-sized body, with head similar in thickness to its neck. Yellowish, pale brown or light olive above, with irregular dark brown to reddish-brown transverse bands.
It can be found around Pilbara coast WA, through southern NT and northern SA, into northern NSW and southern Qld. It can also be found in central south-west WA.
The Woma is found in arid and semi-arid hummock grassland, shrubland and woodland on sandy plains.

Location: 1153 Winn Rd, Mount Samson QLD 4520, Australia

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Artist: Peter Rowland Photographer & Writer
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Latitude: 27° 18' 12.16497" S
Longitude: 152° 50' 36.328014" E


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