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diplodactylus conspicillatus

  1. bluetongue beno

    Herping 2014 - 15 season

    Hey guys, Just a few finds from the season just passed. I apologise for photo quality, all taken with a phone. Antaresia maculosa (spotted python) - Cecil Plains, QLD Cacophis kreftii (southern dwarf crowned snake) - Main Range NP, QLD Parasuta dwyeri (dwyer's snake) - Westmar, QLD...
  2. M

    New to Reptiles :)

    Hi everyone! I'm Moondance... I'm new to the world of reptiles, but years ago I thought about getting some and I've always had a fascination with geckos. Snakes scare the living bejesus out of me, but geckos and lizards are love. My best friend has what I believe is a leaf tailed gecko? Or...
  3. clopo

    2013 in review

    Hi all, Its been a while since i have put a post up, so I will try and put everything from the year in one big post. There will be a few areas of Australia covered. I am still working in Mount Isa in North-west Queensland, however I am now living in Brisbane. This change has given me a...
  4. GeckPhotographer

    Herp pics (warning - pic rich!)

    So this thread is composed of a bunch of reptile pics I've taken since back in October, through to now over a couple different trips. First off was a short night up around Newcastle with a couple of friends. This Rough-scale was one of the few snakes out on the road. Tropidechis carinatus...
  5. Niall

    Pilbara Trip a few months ago.

    Hi Everyone. Been ages since ive been on here, went through the Field Herping Forum and its lacking colour! Heres a few things to brighten it up a bit ;) boring looking Central Netted Dragon Ctenophorus nuchalis we found along the dirt track. On the way into Carnarvon we found a Thorny...
  6. clopo

    More of Mount Isa

    Ill start from last night and go backwards a few weeks. First up last night was a young Olive python. Olive Python by R. Francis, on Flickr I then found a DOR black headed python which i was disapointed about as i really wanted to see one. I then came across this little mulga snake...
  7. 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...
  8. moloch05

    Photos from a trip to the Red Centre

    Over the Christmas break, I had the opportunity to make a quick trip to the Red Centre. It is a place that I've wanted to see for many years but never could find the time to get out there. Australia is a big place and the drive to the middle of the continent is a big one from the east coast...
  9. GeckPhotographer

    A couple of recent herping photos part 2 of 2.

    So recently I've been doing a bit of herping here and there. My aim for herping this year was to get my list of species of Australian reptiles seen (and positively ID'd) to 200 species. Having completed this earlier this year (in a thread yet to be posted), I decided to head to Qld with some...
  10. B

    Diplodactylus conspicillatus

    Does anybody keep Diplodactylus conspicillatus? Trying to find if anyone currently keeps this species on license anywhere. - - - Updated - - - Well I guess that answers my question
  11. P

    Termite Specialist Geckos

    Hey Guys, I was just wondering about the feeding of the some of the termite specialist geckos such as Diplodactylus conspicillatus & Rhynchoedura species. I was wondering what the deal was with feeding them as in quantity per feed and such. However I'm really curious as to know if ants will be...
  12. moloch05

    Lake Eyre Basin, Central Western Queensland, Nov 2012

    I recently had a week break from work so decided to visit a couple of my favourite areas in the eastern deserts. The first destination was the Lake Eyre Basin near Winton in central western Queensland. This is one of the relatively close places for me to herp but it was a 26 hour drive from my...
  13. Fang101

    Some herp pics

    Here a few animals I've found lately..... Little Eagle Hieraaetus morphnoides by Kieran Palmer, on Flickr Hieraaetus morphnoides by Kieran Palmer, on Flickr Common Bronzewing Phaps chalcoptera by Kieran Palmer, on Flickr Cryptoblepharus carnabyi Cryptoblepharus carnabyi by Kieran Palmer...
  14. L

    Pilbara herping trip jan 2012

    A colleague and I recently got back from a herping trip through the Pilbara ranges. We were hoping to travel further north to the port headland area to try our luck for some Womas and Black headeds but unfortunately we were hit by the full force of mother nature. When it rains up there it...
  15. Niall

    A Pilbara Trip that Stood Out From the Rest.

    Hi Everyone. For the past 10 days I and 3 others have been on a trip throughout the Pilbara. First up was the big drive from Perth to Robe River, Pannawonica and was expected to arrive at 8:30pm. As most would know not all plans go the way you want them to and this one didn’t, just before the...
  16. Stickman

    Fat tailed gecko

    Hi guys, I was just wondering if anyone has fat tailed geckos (Diplodactylus conspicillatus) and would share some pics. Also if anyone is breeding or selling them could you give me a post. Thanks stickman
  17. D

    NT & Qld herping trip - Alice Springs

    Continuing on from http://www.aussiepythons.com/forum/field-herping-reptile-studies-5373/nt-qld-herping-trip-western-155397/ After camping near the small border town of Camooweal, we left Queensland and entered the Northern Territory on the Barkley Tablelands, again targeting Speckled Browns...
  18. monitordude

    herping trip in the middle of Australia!!!!

    Here are some pics from my recent trip to central Aus:) in the pics there are sandies, central beardies, blackheaded monitor(v.t.orientalis),blind snake, eyrean earless dragon, burtons legless lizard and shingleback. also caught (no pics) painteds,western and cental netted dragons,two lined...
  19. NBLADE

    next up, some geckos

    gargoyle gecko hmm should i have put this one in another section? nephrurus milii nephrurus wheeleri african fat tailed gecko tokay gecko fan footed gecko palm gecko pictus gecko madagascan day geckos
  20. Damiieen

    VIC Wanted: Fat tail geckoes

    Hey im looking for fat tailed gecko morphs reply in thread with pics,prices and info. And what kind of license do i need to keep fat tail geckoes? Thx
  21. GeckoJosh

    Guess The Herp!

    Im bored so i thought id do a GTH Clues: Not Exotic Not an amphibian
  22. gecko-mad

    how much and who?

    hey guys i was wondering how much these geckos fetch for and if anybody breeds em? Diplodactylus byrnei - Gibber Gecko Diplodactylus conspicillatus - Fat-tailed Gecko Diplodactylus damaeus - Beaded Gecko Diplodactylus tessellatus - Tessellated Gecko Diplodactylus granariensis - Western Stone...
  23. geckos_are_great

    show us your geckos

    come on every1 post some pics of your little geckos:D
  24. bob360

    Reptiles you can keep with a basic permit(SA)

    Here they are: Reptiles (Basic) Species Code Common Name Scientific Name S02161 Adelaide Snake-lizard Delma molleri Y02028 Australian Snapping Turtle Elseya ineate K02109 Beaded Gecko Diplodactylus damaeus S02137 Beaked Gecko Rhynchoedura ineat K02425 Black Rock Skink Egernia...
  25. moloch05

    Aussie Lizard Art

    Here is a different view of some of the Australian lizards. Macro shots often reveal intricate patterns that are not so obvious in the normal full-body or portrait photographs. When examined like this, these lizards seem to be living, breathing works of art. 1) Eastern Spiny-tailed Gecko...
  26. moloch05

    Photo guide to Australian Lizards -- pt1

    Warning ... this is a big post with a huge number of photos. It takes about 3 minutes to fully load with my dsl broadband connection As most of you know, Australia is a rich with herps. I doubt that there is any place where one could live here and not have a few species of reptiles in one's...
  27. gecko-mad

    what geckos do you have

    ive just got christinus marmorata, what about you guys?
  28. B

    what lizards are you breeding?

    hey all i thought i would ask what lizards is everyone breeding this year? just so everyone that may be interested in a certain lizard but can't obtain one , may find what their looking for on here :)
  29. smacdonald

    Day 7: Charters Towers

    Copied from my blog. -- Day seven saw us heading inland, from The Caves on the coast, through Emerald and up to Charters Towers. It was mainly a driving day, but we did find some roadkill along the way. We got some rooms at the Charters Towers pub and then headed out for a night drive...
  30. moloch05

    Windorah, Queensland 2 -- Gibber, Clay and Mulga

    There is a paved road that extends west from Windorah for about 120kms before finally giving away to gravel on the Birdsville and Diamantina Tracks. This road is a great place for night driving since there is very little traffic on it at night. It also passes through a variety of habitats...
  31. sengir

    Can you help identify this gecko

    Hey all just as the title says, can anyone help by telling me what species etc this gecko is. Am interested to know. Cheers
  32. hornet

    Diplodactylus conspicillatus

    Got this fem off danny on saturday so hopefully breeding will go ahead this season. Pic of her and the boys Just the boys
  33. I

    Any of these...

    Does any one have any pictures of these i could use for my site? Size needs to be no more then 250x150. Green Turtle Chelonia Loggerhead Turtle Caretta Leathery Turtle; Luth Dermochelys coricea Broad-shelled Turtle Chelodina canni Snake-necked Turtle Chelodina longicollis...
  34. moloch05

    Photos from North West Cape, WA -- pt 2

    This is part 2 of the Exmouth area report. Once again, it is a combined report of animals that I found with my son in November, 2005, and with a friend in February, 2007. We saw a number of Burton's Snake-lizards (Lialis burtonis) in November but none in February. All of those in the...
  35. moloch05

    pics from the Goldfields area, WA (1)

    In February, 2007, a friend and I visited the Goldfields area of Western Australia. In this post, I will include photos of animals that we encountered in the Wiluna/Leonora/Laverton area. The habitat here looked great and it seemed to hold lots of potential for snakes. In the end, we saw few...
  36. hornet

    Diplodactylus conspicillatus male

    Scientific Name Diplodactylus conspicillatus Common Name Fat tailed gecko Age Unknown Sex Male Length about 40mm svl Quantity Available 1 Bred By Geckodan General Description Beautiful little male D. conspicillatus, eating well on termites but should...
  37. geckodan

    Fat Tailed Gecko

    Scientific Name Diplodactylus conspicillatus Age 2-3 weeks Sex unknown Length 2 cm Quantity Available 2 Bred By their mummy and daddy General Description Hatchlings, unsexed Location sunshine coast Willing to Freight? yes $50 Contact Details...
  38. Ryan93

    ID Please!!!

    hey every body can anyone please help me out with this feller i thought it was a fat-tailed gecko but he looks more like a dtella. i found him at Redland bay, Queensland on me nan and pops house. thanks
  39. moloch05

    geckos from the channel country, QLD

    The dry habitats of southwestern Queensland are good for a variety of gecko species. We saw several species of these lizards on all of our night drives in November 2006 and October 2007. Fat-tailed Gecko (Diplodactylus conspicillatus This was my first Fat-tailed Gecko from eastern...
  40. 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...
  41. hornet

    Pink tongues.

    Girl Boy
  42. hornet

    Diplodactylus picture thread.

    thought i would kick this off with my pair of diplodactylus conspicillatus and their house, just did a few chages and a burrow had caved, still gotta put water dish, a couple of rocks and nesting box in. Enclosure male(i think) female(i think)
  43. hornet

    fat-tailed geckos

    got my pair from danny on thurs, they are so cool, dont see them out much, have to go in after dark to get a good look at em, enjoy
  44. geckodan

    Geckos for sale

    Rynchoedura ornata hatchlings$100 each Diplodactylus conspicillatus hatchlings$90 each Strophurus williamsi $100 each Freight ok Pics supplied by email to genuine buyers.
  45. ari

    Pics - Diplodactylus Granariensis juvies

    Hi All Just had to post these - they vary so much in colouration & patterning - an to me are the next best thing to Diplodactylus Galeatus if not better in colours & patterns - my thoughts only. The camera & flash dont do them justice - the top specimen is so orange compared to the pic...
  46. C'baoth

    ENDANGERED - Grey Snake ( Hemiaspis damelii )

    The Grey snake is a mostly harmless Elapid that is native to my area & is on the endangered list . So I'm very keen to do my bit & in a worst case scenario at least have them safe in a private collection . Can anyone help me out in aquiring a couple of these little fellas before it's too...
  47. basketcase

    wellsi genetics

    have any of the WA collectors/breeders that keep them proven the genetics of the blackheaded gene yet? I know a few red wellsi have been bred, but i'm not sure on the blackheads...
  48. foxysnake

    Herping Photos - Geckos and Legless lizard

    I'm posting a heap of pics for Iceman, with what he found on his last herping trip.
  49. Hickson

    Final count in the Exotics Amnesty

    At the end of the Exotic Reptiles Amnesty, this was the final breakdown: Red-Eared Sliders - 18 (13 from NSW, 2 from Qld, 2 from Vic., 1 from NT) Alabama red-bellied turtle - 1 (NSW) African Fat-tailed Gecko - 1 (Vic.) Asian House Gecko - 1 (Vic.) Veiled Chameleon - 1 (NSW) Baird's...
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