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  1. iceman

    iceman Well-Known Member

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    I was out walking around today out in the bush lifting up rocks an etc... an found some gecko's an a snake to take some pic's of, hope you's like them.
     

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    one last gecko pic
     

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    hey iceman.. do u know wot kind of snake that is..? is it a crown snake??
     
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    Hoppa1874, no i dont sorry trying to find out that, go thro me books now.
     
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    Looks a bit like a Suta suta and the gecko is a bynoe's, Heteronotia binoei. Nice pics :)
     
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    Curl snake (Suta suta)
     
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    yes it is a curl or myall snake, thanks guys.
     
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    Nice Suta suta.

    I gotta get out and find some tin..
     
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    i found that little guy under a old door someone had thro out on the side of the road.
     
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    Great pics Iceman, I love nothing better than scouring the bush, or the local tip or cematery, for herps or inverts.
    Dont seem to get out as much as I'd like though lately.
    Dagnabit
     
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    Nice pics iceman. i wish i was lucky enough to find a snake like that
     
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    Nice pics iceman, whereabouts were you lookin? Out at the cemetary at belgium gardens there are a few monitors that stroll around, they live under the big concrete graves.... good place to check out.
     
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    thanks ssssnakeman, i try to get out when ever i can do so, i love it.
     
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    tan i was about 120kms north out of town.
     
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    thanks moosenoose
     
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