only if it bites you. they are collubrid so they are rear fanged and the venom is pretty weak. You still don't want to be bitten but they don't demand the same level of respect as some of the elapid species we get.
ah alright! thanks for the info Yeah I know about that rear-fanged ones aren't nearly as dangerous as other venomous snakes. Do all rear-fanged ones have the same 'danger-level' of venom, or does it vary?
the Midget has it covered. Australian collubrids all have pretty weak venom, this guy is the most potent possibly causing a localised reaction, i don't think anyone has ever died. Compared to our elapid species which will kill you dead they are pretty non threatening. However alot of people who do get bitten have miss id'd dangerous species with a non threatening one. So its best to treat everything like you don't want it to bite