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. Australis

    Australis Almost Legendary

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    Falconboy,

    Are all of them from the same female do you know?
     
  2. solar 17

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    westerns

    here's one of my westerns...cheers solar 17
     

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    themightyfinn Active Member

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    Eastern Blue Tongue
    9 Weeks Old
    about 15cm long
     

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    falconboy Very Well-Known Member

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    Yes they are. Its a long interesting (well, actually not really interesting) story on who the father is. Seems mummy was 'friendly' with 2 males. I'm not terribly fussed, I was just after something reasonably priced that was different to the norm and on class 1. I think I got it. The odd one out was the only odd one. I purchased 3 to start, and although I wanted the 'traditional' kimberley colouring decided to be less boring and get the odd one included. I was offered another one cheap ($25) as it had a dodgy leg from a feeding frenzy so I took it as well. It seemed to be dislocated (I could feel it popping in the joint) so I gave it a good old 'heave ho' so to speak, and it was fixed and is now perfect.

    They get veg every few days and close to as many crix as they can eat in one sitting every few days, so I expect they will be huge in no time. The good old bluey is way underestimated as a good reptile pet.
     
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    One of my northern territory blueys
     

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    ilikeshingles New Member

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    heres my bluey, hes abit lonely at the moment but I cant afford to buy him a mate at the mo. $300 each in NewZealand
     

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    Hi here are a variety of westerns
     

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