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Species page for: Woma Python (Aspidites ramsayi)


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A brief snippet about Woma python (Aspidites ramsayi)

A brief introduction to the species will be inserted here ..... coming soon! In the interim we have a number of links on the species, listed on this page.

 




 
Natural Habitat
Pilbara Pythons

Woma Python - Naturebase (PDF file 64 KB)

Woma python (Aspidites ramsayi) - Arkive.org

Woma python (Aspidites ramsayi) - arkive.org

The woma python is distinguished from other Australian pythons by its narrow head which is barely distinct from the neck. It has small eyes, smooth scales, a broad body and a thin tail (2). This species is coloured grey, olive, brown or rich red-brown above, with several darker olive, brown to black cross-bands on the body.


 
Captive Care
Care by Pythonpete.com

Womas and Black-headed pythons both belong to the genus Aspidites and differ from all other pythons by the absence of heat sensing labial pits. As mentioned on our Black-headed page, Aspidites translates to "shield-bearer" and is in allusion to the two large scales on the top of their head. Ramsayi was coined after E.P. Ramsay, former curator of the Australian Museum.

Fact Sheet - VPI

Common name: Woma Scientific name: Aspidites ramsayi Other common names: none in common usage General Description: This is a relatively long slender snake, the body is pale patterned with 75-100 dark bands. Most specimens have a yellow or gold head with dark markings above the eyes and on the nose. Average adult size: 4 –6 feet in total length.

Womas (Aspidites ramsayi) - ARB Reptiles.com

Womas are a smaller Australian python. It is one of two members of the Aspidites genus, the other of course being the Blackheaded Python (Aspidites melanocephalus). They are a primitave python species, and the only ones who do not posses heat sensing labial pits.


 
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Aspidites.co.uk - Womas, Blackheaded pythons

Clay Davenport Captive bred Reptiles

Don Patterson Pythons and Boas

Of all the snakes I have owned Womas are my favourite. Beauty, ease of care, small size, and an amazing friendly disposition make them alot of fun to own. My Womas have great colours, with lots of red, orange and yellow.

East Bay Vivarium.com

The East Bay Vivarium is one of the largest reptile specialty stores in the Nation. We offer the most diverse selection of reptiles in the U.S. with quality service and experience. Our inventory includes snakes, lizards, turtles, frogs, tarantulas and much more! Not only do we offer healthy, high quality animals, but we also have all the supplies you need to keep your herp healthy and happy.

Paul Harris - UK Pythons

Python Pete

After years of diversity we’re now focused entirely on breeding WOMA Pythons, the most awesome snake we have worked with. We are not a snake factory and aim for quality rather than quantity. Our goal is to produce and distribute Living Art: statements of exquisite form and rare beauty in the Woma (Aspidites Ramsayi). We are located in the United States and no longer accept orders for export.

Rainbow Boa.co.uk

Rainbow Boa and Cambridge Reptiles have arranged export breeders in North America and Germany and are able to offer the animals listed below.


 
Pictures
Easternindigo.com

Woma python (Aspidites ramsayi) - strikersherps


 
More Info.
Australian Aspidites Web Page

The two pythons which make up the Genus Aspidites, the Blackheaded Python, Aspidites melanocephalus and the Woma, Aspidites ramsayi (SA form). Both of these snakes are yearlings, captive bred in 1998.


 
Taxonomy
EMBL Database - Aspidites


 

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