Identification: Broad head distinct from neck as with other snakes of the broad-headed family, their head is pale grey with blotches of black across their body typically grey reaching over 1m.
Habitat: Dense forested areas, temperate woodlands and rainforest.
Diet: Mostly lizards, geckos and skinks, but large specimens will eat small mammals.
Reproduction: Live young, but little is known about the litter sizes.
Danger: Potentially dangerous and venom is mainly neurotoxic.
Behaviour: Very defensive when aroused, partly arboreal but more often found sheltering in hollow logs and loose barks of trees.