members blue tongue lizard pictures

Discussion in 'Australian Lizards and Monitors' started by dude_joel, Mar 10, 2008.

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  1. Eastern

    76.6%
  2. Northern

    27.7%
  3. Western

    10.6%
  4. Blotched

    23.4%
  5. Merauke

    2.1%
  6. Irian Jaya

    2.1%
  7. Centralian

    14.9%
  8. Tanimbar

    2.1%
  9. Pygmy (wouldnt it be nice)

    2.1%
  10. Other or shingleback

    25.5%
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  1. dude_joel

    dude_joel Not so new Member

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    G'day everyone,
    I'm expanding my collection of blue tongues shortly, taking in westerns and centralians.
    Can everyone post pictures of their blue tongues, listing their species and area they came from if known, I'm trying to get an idea of the different pigments and patterns in similar species.
    I'm very interested, and I'm sure a lot of others are, in all kinds of Blueys especially those other than easterns, although there very nice pets as well (already have a largish breeding mob of them)
    I'd also like to know about how large the lizards in the pictures are.
    thanks everyone!

    ps; the better half likes the cute pictures best (forced to write this)
     
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    lmbuc Suspended Banned

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    i love blueys ,i would love to c some pics too
     
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    dude_joel Not so new Member

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    ill grab a photo of mine tomorrow when they are all out,
    one male eastern, 48cm, 4yo
    one not yet 100% sure eastern, 35cm, 6mo
    three baby easterns, 18cm, 6wo
     
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    here are my 2 comman blueys
     
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    Kimbully Active Member

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    My avatatar pic is my fav pair. The male I've had for about 11 years.

    Kim
     
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    dixilizards Well-Known Member

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    bump73 Suspended Banned

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    Come on where's the pic of the Pygmy someone says they have????

    Ben
     
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    Reptile boy, show us your pygmy please... I want to see one
     
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    Here are my 3 mth old Northerns.
     

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    this is one of my hatchies from last year...

    [​IMG]
     
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    did someone say blueys
     

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    Thats not a 3some I see is it Richardsc?
     
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    a few more,nice kimberleys falconboy,the first 2 young ones in my first lot of pics are from the same litter
     

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    richardsc Very Well-Known Member

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    lol at 3some,poor girl had 5 males hassling her at once so had to take 4 out,there actually 4 young males,they would just bite and hang on,so just stress her,the alpine male jusr grabs,scratches her hind leg area and straight away the copulate,shes due to drop bubs anytime now
     
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    Thanks. I have high hopes for them. They are looking nicer every day, and growing like monsters. Can't believe how big they are for 3 mths.
     
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    richardsc Very Well-Known Member

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    falconboy,u will be amazed at how fast they grow,they can get adult size in 12 months,northerns are quite amazing in regards to growth,and the kimerley northerns are stunners
     
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    gday reptile_boy, just wondering what kind of license you keep you pygmy blue tongues under, im going for a displayers license myself, and also, how did you get your marauke, irian jaya and tanimbars into australia. im going through hell importing them myself, i have an import license in the works and have to have them added to the allowed import list. were yours an exception ;)
    thanks for your replies everyone else, this will turn out to be a fantastic thread.
     
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    richardsc Very Well-Known Member

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    no pygmys are legally allowed to be held in captivity,also u got absolute buckleys getting any over seas blueys into aus either,so thats a 100 percent impossability to have meraukes,tannibars ect ect in aus,that goes for pygmy blueys as well,im guessing your taking the piss,or maybe your not,scary thought
     
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    lol, yes, taking the piss. in reply to the poll
     
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