Congrats Jarrad. :cool:
Unfortunately, the photos are gone. I remember David was/is a great photographer and found an astounding number of species (and specimens).
Well said George. Great insight into some of the key differences between the two species.
I agree with Foozil. It looks most like Furina diadema.
I agree that the ones with red on the flanks are pretty special. I've counted seven different colours on some specimens, so they're a pretty...
There's a good amount of green on that specimen. They are an attractive species of frog, that's for sure. A good score! 8)
Congrats mate! There's not many keepers and breeders of this species. A great find!
General Description 1 or 2 Drysdalia coronoides wanted.
Willing to pay for Freight? Yes
Contact Details PM initially...
General Description - 1 or 2 Hemiaspis signata wanted.
Location - prefer NSW sellers, as I'm in NSW on the outskirts of Sydney.
Thanks Dave. That's a very good suggestion and demonstrates good insight into this species territorial mechanics. It makes sense that scent and...
Dave, as far as you know, does this species only tolerate family members (which they seem to recognise) and are they likely to be...
They all seem to tolerate each other well.
Looking to buy Sydney Short-necked Turtle (Emydura macquarii dharuk).
Not a bad idea ^ and better than feeding a whole skink for various reasons!
As well as the symptoms that you mention there appears to be a white fungus in the groin and the skin generally does not look healthy.
Thanks AndyNic. I worked it out while I was waiting. I'd never heard of PDA before and my imagination is fertile ;)
Another question OK...since...
MissDangerous^ what's PDA?
there's a lot more work needing to be done on these goannas.
what temp is the water? try lowering it a bit, as warm conditions stimulate them to breed.
if you lower it little by little it may reduce or even...
that's pretty cool. they're not well known to be uber tame.
is it a male or female?
this is a great thread. very interesting.
looks like a lot of work went into it and well worth the effort.
by the way, what's the critter in your hand in your avatar?
thanks for the warm welcome thatguy and pinefamily. :)
it's good to be here. it's a great resource. you're right, the archive of old threads...
hey everyone :)
this looks like a great site! i looked all over the internet and couldn't find any other popular aussie reptile forums. several...
that's a great looking display enclosure!
it'd be perfect for exhibiting the animal at expos or something like that.