Want to sell that red-belly? ;)
I found the elderi in some Triodia at night.
One of my jewelled geckos.
If the evidence is there for the two to be synonymised (based on molecular and morphological/ morphometric data) then of course they should be...
Carphodactylids as a whole only possess a single autotomous fracture zone so the tail is always shed as a whole, unlike pygopodids, gekkonids and...
Painted Dragons (Ctenophorus pictus).
Thanks for the comments everyone. I think finding herps in the field is far more rewarding than keeping the poor things in plastic and glass boxes.
Free for me, Saz? ;)
They can be kept on a class 3 endorsement in SA. They are kept in captivity but you'd be really hard pressed to find them, let alone someone...
2014 has been reasonably good to me so far in regards to the herping trips I have been on. I just wanted to show some of them off... although I'm...
Good series of shots of some remarkable animals.
I find it to be ridiculous that a thread about a bearded dragon or python in a box gets more...
You saw them all so stop complaining.
Don't you have Ctenophorus reticulatus as well?
Send me the Pygopus schraderi.
AROD is wrong.
Nice photos but you don't actually have any of a representative of the family Gekkonidae.
The D. conspicillatus, L. damaeum, L. stenodactylum...
Avi-Cal. Most larger pet stores should stock it in the avian section. It is equally suitable for reptiles (lizards anyway).
Here are some random photos of some of the lizards (Gekkota) in my collection. They are pretty bad photos...
Carphodactylus laevis - chameleon...
Nice photos but the bearded dragon is actually a Pogona barbata.
Because SA NPWS are slow with the times.
You actually need a specialist endorsement to keep Pygopus schraderi. Pygopus lepidopodus and P. nigriceps are on the basic license, not P. schraderi.
He wasn't too bad - he just didn't want to take our crap.
Agreed. The S. elderi are my favourite, by far.
Just thought I'd show off some of the photos i've taken of local, SA herps over the past ten or so years. I am not a photographer - don't expect...
By the looks of it, they have disregarded the addition of all proposed gecko species. Did I read that right?
It is not a skink, it is a marbled gecko (Christinus marmoratus), as said above.
Bluetongue1 is correct. If you still have the specimen, simply count the midbody rows - 17 in P. flagellum and 15 in P. spectabilis.
Asian house gecko (Hemidactylus frenatus).
Who sounds a bit girlie mate?
Yeah, I suppose. It's not like he had been driving for around 12 hours that day or anything...
That friend of yours that did all the driving and arranged the entire trip sounds like such a top bloke!!!
From the photos I'd say Tympanocryptis lineata. Not sure how long they'll stay as T. lineata though.
They are likely listed as an eastern.
Northern is just the colloquial term for Tiliqua scincoides intermedia, the northern range counterpart to...
Yes, people do, but people can't be stuffed posting them because theres already half-a-dozen, multi-paged threads on this exact topic on this...
Can someone please make one of these for me!? They look so cool.
bigjoedriver is correct. Hypsilurus boydii and Varanus varius are both class 3 species and require specialist endorsements. H. spinipes is on the...
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Eastern spiny-tailed gecko
Hahahaha! That is the funniest thing I have ever read!
I am also a keeper of Lialis burtonis and understand the difficulties in keeping them.
Reptiles4me, I think you need to slow it right down and...
This thread has been a great source of humour and delight.
eipper, did I tell you I have my Moloch feeding on steaks, cooked rare...
Pygopus schraderi can be kept in Victoria. When the species was added to the list (whenever it was), P. schraderi was recognised as a subspecies...
Geckos do infact have teeth. They possess a rigid jaw coupled with a single line of small, sharp, homodont teeth. Most won't be visible to the...
That opinion will come to change... I assure you.
Still here. Open to offers if anybody would like to give her a good home...
Yeah, it does happen with females laying their first clutch. Sounds good mate, I'll be in QLD in Feb, I'll come over and steal some extra stuff then.