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- 20-Mar-12, 10:13 PM #16
Lol thats so dodge u can take our blueys but I cant take your retiles :/ well at the moment anyways nice job I have 5 hehe
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- 20-Mar-12, 10:20 PM #17
they are certainly good looking blueys thats for sure. even better in the flesh!
They are gorgeous Joe! Can't wait to see them
- 20-Mar-12, 10:57 PM #20
they are very different! Very beautiful3 x childreni, 1 x spotted, 1 x Georgetown Stimsoni, 1 x Murray Darling, 1 x Central Beardie and from the 5/5/13 2 Shingleback babies I'm here to help, not judge..like others enjoy doing MAD MINI WOMAN! Hot bricks ROCK!
will you be showing these guys on the next episode of blue tongue TV
Nice bluey's Joe,
have a pair myself, had mine about a year now.
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- 21-Mar-12, 11:31 AM #23
the redness on a cpl of there noggins isnt scarring from male combat ect is it,looks like what ive seen in a few,especially alpines with light head coloring,i still think alpines are the ducks guts in the looks department blotch wise,but some of the lowlands forms are very nice to,i especilly love the pale heads on your new ones joe,that males them look alot different to mainland lowlands color wise,but some tassie stock is identical in appearance to vic,sa lowlands,maybe they are tassies version of the alpine blotch,as some ive seen have a nice yellowish contrast
- 21-Mar-12, 11:57 AM #24
These guys really are awesome in the flesh, and have a good disposition compared to most other Blotchy's. There were some legally collected from Flinders Island a few years ago to study Rickettsia (spotted fever) found in the ticks they carry. I was lucky enough to be involved in catching these guys, Chappell tigers, Copperheads and even Wombats to remove the ticks for research purposes. From what I can remember a guy in Melb (no names given on here) ended up with them and their offspring after the study was completed. Great to see these guys on the mainland finally. Good luck Joe.I should have known it wasn't going to work between my ex-wife and I,
Cos I'm a Taurus and she's not.
Just.....wow!!1 Murray Darling, 1 Centralian, 1 Coastal, 1 Port Mac, 2 Beardies, 2 Shinglebacks, 5 GTFs, 1 wife, 2 kids, Lots of bills!
- 21-Mar-12, 01:35 PM #26
ahhhh flinders island,yes thats the ones i was thinking bout
- 21-Mar-12, 07:10 PM #27
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- 21-Mar-12, 07:40 PM #28
- 21-Mar-12, 08:49 PM #29
tassie blotch males combat just like mainland ones,just like some mainland ones will get along pretty well in groups to,theres a couple of great articles on tassie blotches in regards to breeding in some recentish issues of herpetofauna,with pics of such male aggression,and mentions they needed to make smaller groups over the mating period
come mating time i guess you ill find out one way or another,blotches are blotches,personalitys vary even in the same type locality
- 21-Mar-12, 08:54 PM #30
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