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denisonia devisi

  1. hodges

    NSW De vis banded snakes

    General Description Any age, size, feeding or not. Will pay above price for the right reptile. Have kept these for many years. Location NSW Willing to pay for Freight? Yes Contact Details 0448636707 Other Details
  2. richoman_3

    Summer VIC herping finds

    Couple quick trips, not really too much here... enjoy.. if you want more info on anything let me know. Central Bearded Dragon (Pogona vitticeps) head detail by Nick Volpe, on Flickr Tessellated gecko (Diplodactylus tessellatus) by Nick Volpe, on Flickr Spotted Marsh Frog (Limnodynastes...
  3. Endeavour

    Dry bites is it a conscious choice or just a lottery?.

    Been reading a little about venomous snakes delivering dry bites. It would appear some do this more than others. My question is. Is this something a snakes makes a 'choice' to do or is it just the luck of the draw as to whether your day is going to turn bad?. Kindest regards Endeavour
  4. chimerapro

    Darling Downs Herp Society

    Thought I'd start a specific thread to see what interest people have in joining The Darling Downs Herpetological Society. This society will mainly focus on education and field herpetology with a strong aim towards local and national reptile conservation projects and beginner education in regards...
  5. Barrett

    Denisonia devisi Envenomation

    Hi guys, Tonight I unfortunately got myself into a situation where I was able to bitten by my denisonia devisi "Addie." In order to get her to feed I first have to grab her behind the head and place the rat in front of her mouth until she grabs it. I wear gloves made from suede that cover most...
  6. Barrett

    AAE/Qantas Freight

    Does AAE or Qantas freight deliver to you door or do they just deliver to your airport. My airport is across town and I don't have a license, so it would be good to know.
  7. K

    Naming scheme

    I finally figured out a method for naming my snakes I have a jungle and a jungle jag and I decided to name them peanut and butter and my next additions will be name after types of nuts ie cashew,walnut, depending on there colouring and what to help pick which nut type suits. Hope this helps all...
  8. GeckPhotographer

    Dash to the Marsh and Back

    So I was sitting around on a Monday night, it was the last week before Uni and I was contemplating how best to spend it herping before going back... As if in answer to my thoughts an email came through asking for immediate volunteers to leave the next day and spend 2 days doing vegetation...
  9. D

    Herping 2012

    Last year I looked for snakes and lizards. I found some. Cairns Dry Season Morelia kinghorni by J. Kelk, on Flickr Morelia kinghorni by J. Kelk, on Flickr Morelia kinghorni by J. Kelk, on Flickr Junguy by J. Kelk, on Flickr Stegonotus cucullatus by J. Kelk, on Flickr Lepidodactylus...
  10. sniffmylizard

    ID Please

    Location Jabiru NT Australia Is it brachyurophis semifasciatus???????
  11. turtlecheeks

    can some one help identify this snake!!!

    I found this snake curled up on my kitchen floor this morning at 7.30am. Not sure if one of our cats brought it inside or not as one of our cats was happy to wonder over and sniff it and seem very unafraid and possessive of it. It is approximately 40cm long, has a distinct diamond shaped head...
  12. A

    Designer Serpents!!!

    Massive shout out to Designer serpents (Tahnii specifically)!!! i picked up two beautiful jungle jags from the airport tuesday!! she was so helpful in every way and would happily buy from her again! i will try put up a pic or two after mine settles in! (the other was a gift to my father for his...
  13. GeckPhotographer

    Herping the Macquarie Marshes (Pic Heavy)

    So recently I volunteered with Jo Ocock of UNSW to help with frog abundance surveys in the Macquarie Marshes for her PhD. It was a great trip and I got to see 13 species of frog and a bunch of new reptiles for me. I also got to take some pictures of some of those which I thought I'd share. We...
  14. hodges

    Keelbacks

    Hello all, These two little fellas where keen for a few photos.
  15. saximus

    Another ID Thread

    This was sent to me by another member. Anyone wanna have a guess? I got nothin :oops::oops:
  16. P

    Lost, escapee

    I've got a runaway my NEW diamond/carpet X (so I'm told) s/he's about 45cm and only thick as a finger had him 14 days now took him out for his 1st feeding didn't eat so I left him in his feeding tub over night with the food got up dis morning and check still not eaten ...... not there... ***...
  17. XKiller

    Herping Glenmorgan - St George

    Heres a few pictures of afew reptiles i saw from this weekend herping between Glenmorgan-St George and Dalby sertin spots in each aeras. Leaveing thursday afternoon heading stright to Glenmorgan to stay the night target species for the weekend brigalow Woma..to rub in Dans face lol, De vis...
  18. StephenZozaya

    Herping Australia during the worst time of year - Part 1

    In July (the middle of winter here in AU) I joined my friend Kris (Naivepom) for the first half of his trans-Australia roadtrip. We left from Townsville, QLD, heading west to the Northern Territory, south to Uluru, and finally north to the Darwin area. I flew back to Townsville on August 3rd...
  19. hodges

    NSW De Vis Banded Snake

    Scientific Name Denisonia devisi Common Name De Vis' Banded Snake Age unknown (both of breeding age tho) Sex female/male Length N/A Quantity Available 1+ Bred By David peica General Description Selling due to work commitments no time on my hands very...
  20. TNWJackson

    January 2010 trip - Northern inland NSW and Southern inland Qld

    Hi all, I've posted these pics on another forum that I know some APS members frequent and moloch's awesome sequences above almost make me too embarassed to post them here too but what the hell, I thought I would anyway! The pictures are in roughly chronological order, as we moved North through...
  21. wizz

    snake bite reaction

    i got bitten by a snake yesterday i thought nothing of it its not usually one of my snakes i stress about i have been bitten by it before and only local swelling this time i broke out into bad rash throat swelled up and when wife made me go to doctors i needed needles and to be on medicated for...
  22. Gecko75

    Southern brigalow belt and Granite belt of Queensland (DUW)

    Just another of my recent herp threads, put them up else where and decided to put them up here just for anyone who missed out or doesn't use other forums. enjoy Have been lucky enough to have spent the last 3 nights in the south east brigalow belt of queensland, found about 30 species, went to...
  23. ClareB

    Is this a Dwarf Adder?

    Hubby came across this little guy out where he was doing some work. Other contractors dug him up with a loader and before hubby could get to move him he got squashed by a load of dirt. Have been giving him some heat and he has been in the water alot. He looks a bit worse for wear so will see how...
  24. smacdonald

    Southern Queensland Brigalow Belt

    I've just returned from two weeks of poking around near Dalby. Here are some pics. This was a work trip, so the camera didn't get as much use as I would have liked. Reptiles/amphibians I saw but didn't photograph are: -Diplodactylus vittatus -Pseudechis guttatus -Carlia foliorum...
  25. JasonL

    Class 1 Dwarf Adder feeding

    These guys are great, fed both my male and female 2 pinkies each today, male knocked one out of the tongs...fantastic little guys, been mating strong, fingers crossed
  26. Mayhem

    Looking for some ideas on ven. species to start off with

    I am thinking about possibly keeping some venomous species, but I arnt interested in keeping anything deadly or even dangerously venomous just yet. I would like to get some more experience with some mildly venomous species (eg, Brown Tree Snake, Yellow Faced Whip Snake kinda venomous) but more...
  27. hodges

    Small Elapids

    Hello all, I thought id take few pictures of my small elapids some of which i recently received, Enjoy, Brad
  28. Fuscus

    Regular Tuesday nights herping

    As many of you know I try and go out herping on most Tuesday nights. Well last Tuesday was no exception but the animals were exceptional. First off was this little guy. At this point I have to point out I'm not on my regular route and are a long way from the A. maculosa known range, this animal...
  29. smacdonald

    Brigalow Belt pics

    This year I've been out to the southern brigalow belt twice. Once to look for pale-headed snakes (which slacker has already mentioned), and another time to look for yakka skinks. Both trips were successful. My yakka skink trip took place over the long weekend, and I saw three new species (new to...
  30. jase75

    Who has seen the most species of Aust. Snakes in the wild?

    Im interested to know how many different species of Aust. snakes u have seen in the wild???? Iv seen 12 different species,Brown Snake,Tiger Snake,RBBS,Copperhead,Blind Snake(Proximus), Dwyers Snake, Yellow face whip Snake, Small eyed Snake, Red Naped Snake, Brown tree Snake, Carpet and diamond...
  31. B

    Denisonia devisi

    Hi all, Does anyone have any info on Denisonia devisi and how they should be kept. Also if you know any breeders etc. the only info I have is from "care of australian reptiles in captivity.all I know is that they are extremely rare in captivity and crazy lil buggers. cheer and Happy Australia...
  32. smacdonald

    Pics from the Brigalow Belt, Queensland

    I headed out to the Brigalow Belt in Queensland to meet some friends of ours and see what cool critters we could find. I've been out to this particular spot a few times, but have never managed to see a De Vis' banded snake (Denisonia devisi), despite this area being well-known for this snake...
  33. zeke

    Colubrids and Elapids on recrational licence

    i just want to know what Colubrids and Elapids u can have on a recrational licence
  34. zard

    while we were out in the woods today.......

    well.. actually... while Tony was waiting for us to come and pull him out from being bogged ... this is what he found
  35. indicus

    Odd...road kill!!!

    Heres a couple photos...'Simoselaps semifasciatus', the first i've seen, after several years out-an-about, and of course, it had just been hit....very beautiful, small burrowing species of elapid, wide spread, quite varible, supposedly;.. however not commonly seen... regarded as harmless.. such...
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