Someone is really good at reading books.
Go read about scaly foots. Unless you're prepared to force feed pinkies to a Burtons leg less lizard don't bother reading about them.
Those three species you mentioned are perfectly fine for the most retarded of keepers. Extremely easy to keep.
To who ever wants them, read up...
Fish with spines are certainly a threat.
I've seen many dead file snakes with pectoral and dorsal fins protruding from the skin.
Plenty of red bellies with white-brown heads around Central Coast-North QLD.
Most of them look disgusting but ones with entirely different...
Don't worry if it was off license... most people before the internet became a huge thing started out like that.
I'm not sure why the government...
Not negative. Honest.
It's not very cool to get a phone call from a friend saying that they are in hospital from a snake bite.
I suggest you go...
There's plenty of elapids in Australia that are considered non-life threatening.
That being said, every venomous snake in Australia...
This is a very old thread.
But for anyone interested.
You need to be able to read weather and work out what will be out and about.
The best times would for your journey would be between be the wet season.
You may want to be careful of flood waters on the way through...
You should learn something about keeping venomous snakes and antivenom before looking silly.
Can you still search by family groups, by state, by nature of the add?
Do you know what those small grubs are they seem to inhabit most woodie colonies?
Has anyone ever cultured them? They look great...
If you got any of that infomation off the Australian Society of Kangaroos you may want to check the actual full facts rather than the ones they...
Pythons are boring any way, unless you observe them in the wild.
Someone was wrong on the internet!
Malpolon monspessulanus? or moilensis.
Nice one thals!
That was taken by Luis Fernando as well.
Pfft location?! No fun in that! That would make it all too easy. It's relatively common where it's found.
Use the fact that...
Olá! Bem, é estranho.
Nevertheless, you're still wrong!
Are you sure? Does that frog look local...
Not as simple as you'd think... You may want to look at the head scales!
The frog should give away it's location....or where it's not...
The best time at this time of year is probably still in the middle of the day. I'm finding Tree Snakes, Keelbacks, Brown Snakes and...
Broms are easy,
Java moss also looks great
Go to any national park and drive the roads on a hot night.
Or walk the tracks.
Wow. someone just compared himself to a pussy.
Mark is fine.
Does anyone here keep or know anywhere/one with Basset Hounds?
Just like Australia.
Find a national park or some forest and do some night driving.
That wasn't recently discovered. lol.
Drive to litchfield national park and Kakadu.
Slow drives at night should produce elapids, geckos, legless lizards, colubrids, the odd sleeping...
Working the in the field, as in getting paid to go find reptiles pays very well.
Although it's a rough lifestyle (like working in the...
How far east ?
Yes they are closely related, they are in the same genus and occur in the same region.
Being a small elapid not much is known...
A waste of time. And you're kidding yourself otherwise. That subspecies/species was ecologically extinct for many years.
One or two more would...
"reputation"? It's a forum. Get over it.
Hot spot of low 30's and a gradient with ambient.
Lower the length of heat during winter unless it's a hatchy or neonate.
Many comments here who show their lack of knowledge towards an animal that they apparently care for.
Snake Pimp and Echiopis are right on the...
Yes 2-3 clutches easily yes, but every year? Sometimes more than once a year?
I believe there would be a difference between, feeding them as much as possible with normal photo-periods to feeding with 24/7 heat and no down...
The breeders in the state powerfeed their monitors to get them to breeding size in less than a year.
It's very hard on their bodies...
They are amazing animals... but Bockdams and Macleays are much better captives.
Much more active and easier to care for.
Mangrove snakes are homalopsidae.
Australian bockadam (Cerberus australis) at the Australian Reptile Online Database | AROD.com.au...
There is probably some sort of license that you can have them on, but non of which are available to the general public. Like I said licenses don't...
Mangrove Snakes are 100% aquatic that live in fresh, brackish and salt water, coupled with the fact that no sea snakes are on license. Although...
What type of sea snakes?.... do you mean mangroove snakes?
As all sea snakes have a very specialised environment that ifs generally impossible to...