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Australia's potentially most venomous snake: Parademansia microlepidotus.
Med J Aust. 1978 Mar 11; 1(5):288-9.MJ

Abstract

Studies on the venom of the small-scaled or fierce snake, Parademansia microlepidotus, suggested that its combination of high toxicity and relatively large venom yield make it the most venomous snake in Australia. The species is distinct from the taipan, but its venom is neutralized by taipan antivenom but not other monospecific antivenoms.

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Case Reports
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Language

eng

PubMed ID

661685

Citation

Sutherland, S K., et al. "Australia's Potentially Most Venomous Snake: Parademansia Microlepidotus." The Medical Journal of Australia, vol. 1, no. 5, 1978, pp. 288-9.
Sutherland SK, Broad AJ, Tanner C, et al. Australia's potentially most venomous snake: Parademansia microlepidotus. Med J Aust. 1978;1(5):288-9.
Sutherland, S. K., Broad, A. J., Tanner, C., & Covacevich, J. (1978). Australia's potentially most venomous snake: Parademansia microlepidotus. The Medical Journal of Australia, 1(5), 288-9.
Sutherland SK, et al. Australia's Potentially Most Venomous Snake: Parademansia Microlepidotus. Med J Aust. 1978 Mar 11;1(5):288-9. PubMed PMID: 661685.
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