Herping Coombabah Gold Coast

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  1. andynic07

    andynic07 Very Well-Known Member

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    Vikingtimbo Not so new Member

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    Great pics and some nice finds! Thanks for sharing.
     
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    Well done ,got to love those blue phase tree snakes!
     
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    Go and have a shave matey ha ha...
     
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    Blue phase D. punctulata
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    Beautiful snakes, beautiful shots, and what my what a pretty little fascinator you're wearing, little bluey!
     
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    hi mate .....just wondering how by just a quick glance you can tell its a keely and not a roughy?
    awesome pics !!!
     
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    Loreal scale
     
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    Yeah the sure fire way is if there is a loreal scale in front of the eye but generally when you have seen a few you can be pretty certain at a glance. It is hard to explain what visual differences there are but you can tell once you have seen a few.
     
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