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Discussion in 'Australian Lizards and Monitors' started by Callopistes, Jun 8, 2009.

  1. Callopistes

    Callopistes Not so new Member

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    Hi,

    I have not a monitor :cry:but I want to see our monitors :Dand the cages of the monitors
     
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    Chrisreptile Very Well-Known Member

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    Callopistes Not so new Member

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    @Chrisreptile

    Very beautiful red Ackis have you got more monitors:D I love them
     
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    Callopistes Not so new Member

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    Hello,

    Is in the Forum crocodoc I know him from a other Forum and YouTube I want to see his Lace monitors:D
     
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    this is a monitor.description of him. elsewhere on the site..i have 30 or so small/med. monitors covering about 10 species have 3 diff. types of V. scallaris
     
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    Hello,

    Do you breed the monitors and what species of monitors do you have
     
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    nice Ackies chrisreptile:)
     
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    Desert Sand Monitor-Varanus Gouldii Flavirufus

    Here is some photo's of my Desert Sand Monitor's, they all come from Alice Springs NT Region of Central Australia.
    l have had them since February 2001, and have breed a few of them over the years, but they can be quite aggressive towards the hand that feeds them, so there not the type to handle or play with, compared to say a Ridge-Tailed or Pygmy-Mulga or Storrs Monitor's.
     
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    Chris, they would have to be some of the best coloured Ackies I've seen, fantastic mons!!
     
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    Spencer's Monitor
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    Pygmy Mulga Monitor
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    Yellow spotted Monitor
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    a few lace monitor shots
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    male and female
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    My Pygmy Mulga Monitors;
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    "Wet accies" :lol:
     
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    They love bath time :p
     
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    god they are nice, did you breed them yourself?
     
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    Chrisreptile Very Well-Known Member

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    I purchased them from 'Varanophile' in W.A.
     
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    Absolutely beautiful monitors everyone especially the lacey crocdoc.
     
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    Love those lace Monitors. I have a lot of wild ones on my place, but dont ever see them until they are about 3 foot long. The only time I have seen young ones was one summer before a storm, when I washed out the gutters on the roof of my house two little ones came out of the downpipe drowned. They must have been living on the roof and in the gutters.
     
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    got a lil spencer, and a lacey coming very soon,

    will post some picks of spanner when i get home.
     

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