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The Kopstein’s Bronzeback Tree Snake has a total length of up to 1.4 m. Its body is slender and its head is distinct from the neck. The dorsal surface is bronze-brown with bands across the back. Its neck is a bright orange-red. It also has a black stripe extending from its snout, through the eye and to its neck, on each side of its head. Scales along its vertebrae have a broad black posterior margin. Its ventral scales are grey.
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