This Friday (4.7.14) night is the North Coast Herpetology Group's annual fundraising auction. We are based in Port Macquarie and each year we have...
Thanks David, I personally found the Tawny Dragons near Broken Hill much nicer coloured than the ones at Mutawintji but we only had limited good...
Thanks for all the positive feedback guys! I didn't think I did that well considering the area I was in and the time I was out there for but haha.
Recently I had the chance to head out to far western NSW for 2 weeks on a family holiday with my mum and dad and with a few suggestions of places...
The North Coast Herpetology Group's next meeting will be Friday the 5th of July. This meeting will be the groups annual fundraiser auction which...
This month the North Coast Herpetology Group is very privileged to have special guest speaker Jim Frazier do a talk on his personal experiences...
North Coast Herpetology Groups meeting is this Friday night from 7pm and is held at the Lions Club Hall in Hasting River Drive Port Macquarie....
A new year for the North Coast Herpetology Group so thought I'd do a brief post in case new members havn't heard of the club before. The meetings...
Hi Bart welcome to the forum. If your in Port its worth checking out the local North Coast Herp Group meetings on the first friday of every month....
This picture was taken at night to show her true colours.
Hypo Northern Velvet Gecko
Need this gone to make room! Can meet at newcastle expo next sunday.
Species Common Name
2 and a rack system which holds 8 pythons.
Species Common Name Spotted Python
Pair of adult...
I apologise if this question has come up before but has anyone culled rabbits with this system and a larger tub?
Yes I understand that, they deserve whatever money they get out of it though. I mean breeders who are simply in it to make a quick dollar.
Let the money earners in the hobby stick to their morphs and albinos and lets see this species kept by professionals who are devoted and committed...
Something close to 40, really cant be bothered doing individual species
2. Cunninghams or She oak Skink
3. Angle Heads
4. Kimberley Rock Monitor
and wheres a legless lizard category?
lol what is so dangerous about nature that can harm reptiles? They all came from the wild originally, I agree with pythoninfinite and just wash...
yes they are in same family as broad headeds and stephens bandeds. all three are the trio of "hoplos". Probably my favourite elapids to be honest....
"yeah $200 for a woma is great, you can't get a better first python imo, and you could never be disappointed by getting one so cheaply, so much...
haha, sounds very typical of a woma, i had same thing happen except it was a spotted python and it bit me on the chin at 4.00am.
look forward to it, i will be there wit propellar hats and all, just dont forget to wish me a happy birthday! haha =)
yes will be an issue for alot of people. just turn heating off, ive found myself an issue with my southern angle headed dragons, keepign them cool...
that really sucks to hear! i think they are the ones in need of a shovel to a head not their dog!
Thanks danny, Yes I was with Ryan for the adder. I'm not actually very close to the coast where i live and find the robust velvets although im...
What makes you think you should be the person to tell everyone else if they have experience or not, it should be a personal issue not one for...
Brown Tree was pretty large, probably over 5ft. Geckos are around, just need to know right spots, the robust velvets pictured were at a house down...
Just thought i'd share some pictures from some herping around here this Summer.
Red Naped Snake
no they will usually refuge it but if you like you could mix grated veggies like carrot through the dog food/mince
Pink Tongues are great pets, much prefer them over blueys. As mentioned above they will be fine without heat up until winter. outdoors should be...
that looks like some nice burtons food mate ;)
why dont you put red bellys and green tree frogs in the same enclosure too, they live in the same area, or even a burtons and a garden skink
not a good picture but can give you a better idea of the body of swaini
It would be a platurus unless its a "penrith" locale swaini from petlink
its certainly broad tailed gecko, P.p, they look heaps differant
looking great mate, the first pics are awesome, how old are they?
lol, what i find funniest is people want to find out how to pronounce something on a forum, because someones gunna speak it fluently to you over a...
wow that one in the pic is a stunner, i bet it would cost a pretty penny to
lesuers velvet?? guessing coz i dont know where cowra is, otherwise could be what geckoman has said
thats gorgoes fay, i'll give ya 20bux for it ;) i really want one now, if only i had the money
and its alot worse for snakes esspecially with opmv, if it wasnt a new snake i wouldve said go for it, otherwise quarantine it for about 6months
mate when you see pictures of scrubbies eating wallabies you know snakes are made to eat meals alot bigger than their head size. and people...
they are absolute crackers, purely stunning female, absolutely love the pattern and colours.
fantastic work mate, keep it up