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- 07-May-12, 03:44 PM #16
the unknown gecko is a Mourning Gecko as Shane suggested. The black mountain Gecko is a Gehyra. The northern barred frog is a female L. jungguy as suggested by Stephen. There are also shots on Litoria rheocola and Nyctimistes dayi in there too. Where were the shots of the Green Eyed Frog taken and did you hear the call as both Litoria myola and L. serrata are morphologically identical. You shot
- 07-May-12, 04:24 PM #17
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thats so cool that your place is surrounded by awesome animals!2x doggies, 2x kitty cats, 2x not so gold goldfish, 2x coastal bubbas and an adorable rat adding a bluey later on in the year
- 07-May-12, 06:32 PM #18
I use a cannon 400d and just the standard lenses it comes with.
The green-eyed frog pic was taken just off the Palmerston highway, near innisfail. I didn't actually hear any frogs calling that night unfortunately.
Thanks to those who have helped ID too.
That shot of that gecko hatching is absoulutely amazing.
- 11-Oct-12, 03:05 PM #20
Great pics thanks for sharing. Love the ringtailed gecko
Great stuff! Yes that was a black-striped snake, Cryptophis nigrostriatus.Many people, meeting Aziraphale for the first time, formed three impressions: that he was English, that he was intelligent, and that he was gayer than a tree full of monkeys on nitrous oxide. - Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman, Good Omens
- 11-Oct-12, 03:59 PM #22
Hehe I love resurfacing threads. Though you know, at least it was a good thread, wasn't boring to read over again.Keeper, breeder and photographer of geckos.
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