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- 18-Nov-11, 06:55 PM #1
New Frilly pad
I'm picking back up my 2 x Frillies next week, after being away for 8months!!
This is the new enclosure that I've knocked up for them - The enclosure part is 1.8long, 1.2high and .75 deep.
It's been quite a project! I haven't done any woodwork since I was in school 25+ years ago...... lol.
looks good mate,
how have you done the glass, in process of doing mine, looking at different glass options. sliding with rails, frame less, framed etc etc
Looks great bro! Dont forget their vertical logs. They are great climbers!
They used to be pretty standard in front and back yards here before the toads. Good to see they're coming back. Beautiful beasts!
Dogs sometimes kill them but I've never seen a cat go a mature frilly. They can be seriously intimidating!
Last edited by SteveNT; 18-Nov-11 at 07:46 PM.This is the voice of sand.... there is far more sea than land. Pere Ubu
- 18-Nov-11, 07:45 PM #4
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Do yours sleep in the Dry Season (winter for Mexicans)? They semi sleep at the tops of big trees here for the Dry then fire up big time for the Wet!This is the voice of sand.... there is far more sea than land. Pere Ubu
- 18-Nov-11, 08:09 PM #6
Yep, they slow down big time during the Dry. Chopper, my big male, is a NT Frilly - we lived there for a couple of years before moving East across the border
- 18-Nov-11, 09:04 PM #7
Looks great, can't wait to see it all styled and sporting a few new inhabitants, keep the pics coming
- 19-Nov-11, 09:01 AM #8
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Looks good, it will be an impressive feature in your house. Although you think the 5mm glass is overkill for a couple of lizards, it's certainly not from a human safety perspective. If someone leans/falls on it there is less chance of damage to glass or human. If you have resident or visiting kids it's worth considering laminated glass for anything less than 400mm off the floor.
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- 27-Nov-11, 11:11 PM #9
Stevo, by any chance did you leave Chopper and a smaller female with a lady called Debbie while you were overseas???4 x central bearded dragons - 1 x stimsons python - 1 x centralian carpet - 2 x darwin carpets - 1 x QLD BHP - 1 x spotted python - 7 x coastal carpets - 2 x macquarie short neck turtles - 1 x Eastern Water Dragon
- 28-Nov-11, 12:46 PM #10
- 28-Nov-11, 03:24 PM #11
Sure did. Fell a little bit in love with Chopper. Was nearly as upset as Debbie was to see them go home with you lol
Really hoping that one of her lady frilly's has little Chopper babies one day soon!4 x central bearded dragons - 1 x stimsons python - 1 x centralian carpet - 2 x darwin carpets - 1 x QLD BHP - 1 x spotted python - 7 x coastal carpets - 2 x macquarie short neck turtles - 1 x Eastern Water Dragon
- 28-Nov-11, 06:26 PM #12
We're still not sure if he was successful... Hopefully he gave Lady a good servicing.. hehe.. Chopper is such a great, laid back, big Frilly
- 28-Nov-11, 07:41 PM #13
And he's just so pretty...4 x central bearded dragons - 1 x stimsons python - 1 x centralian carpet - 2 x darwin carpets - 1 x QLD BHP - 1 x spotted python - 7 x coastal carpets - 2 x macquarie short neck turtles - 1 x Eastern Water Dragon
Looks good mate pics when there home and settled.
- 01-Dec-11, 11:14 AM #15
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