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  1. VARINIDAE

    VARINIDAE Not so new Member

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    i was just wondering how many people on aps like myself are goanna owners please post what type and how many you have just for people to see how much goannas are liked thanks, VARINIDAE:D
     
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    Retic Almost Legendary

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    I have always been into monitors and had quite a number of them up until a year or so ago when I sold most of them to concentrate on pythons, I am slowly getting back into them and just have 1 Rosenbergs and 1 Mangrove at the moment with hopefully a few Mertens on the way.

    p.s you might want to change your name to VARANIDAE with an A ;-)
     
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    yep im one of them people lol i currently only have a young female lacey but i want to get her a male soon:)
     
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    V.panoptes panoptes pair, v.spenceri pair and V.gilleni trio.
    V.panoptes panoptes are the bestest reptile on the planet, excpet maybe v.p.rubidus :D
     
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    Trio V. acanthurus.
    Would love to get mertens or mitchells or even mangroves one day, but they would be housed outside.
     
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    WombleHerp Very Well-Known Member

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    sadly i dont have any.. but i really really want some!! they are awesome critters!
     
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    We have a little primordius....his lady friend passed away....but he is just a great little character!
     
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    Trio V. acanthurus
    would love to get some V. glauerti down the track :D
     
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    Alas the Victorian schedules do not include a lot of the interesting monitor species.:rolleyes:

    We do have some ackies but given the space and the time I would love to set up an outdoor Lacy setup similar to what they have at the Ballarat Wildlife park.
     
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    2 prs of lacies,trio of mertons,trio of sandys,pr of ridgeys,pr of gillens and a pr of storrs so far,also got gillens and ridgey eggs cooking as we speak and still waiting on the storrs to drop
     
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    1 V. spenceri
     
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    h and there very liked,lol,awsome lizards,just my opinion
     
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    i bells phase lacey...will deffinatly be getting more monitors down the track, awsome animals! would love a parentie
     
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    YES!!!!
    Lacies are THE BEST!!!!
     
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    none at the moment, but hope to get a lot this season, some ackies
     
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    1 ackie....
     
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    3 ackies of undetermined sex
     
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    v.tristis ackies and flavies
     
  19. Varanus1

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    One Bells phase lacie, and mangroves on the way;). Also lacie eggs hatching in a few months.

    LACEYS FOR LIFE!!!!
     
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    one lacey and lacey eggs hatching in a few months?mmmmmmmmmmm mangroves,i gotta start saving,forgot to add possibly a pr of flavies on the way
     
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