Monitor pictures-Thread

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

  1. herptrader

    herptrader <span style="font-weight:bold;color:#B200FF;">Herp

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    You have got to love the looks of the mangrove monitors.

    These went up on the Herp Trader last night. I just love the one with the larger dots.

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  2. pythons73

    pythons73 Suspended Banned

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    They are some of the best coloured Ackies Chrisreptile.The baby Lacies crocdoc are simply stunning,awesome colour and markings,what are the babys worth,cheers.
     
  3. monitor-mania

    monitor-mania Not so new Member

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    This is my male pygmy mulga monitor

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    and my female

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    pythons73 Suspended Banned

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    Those mangrove monitors look awesome,are they black with white spots...2nd and 3rd pictures look great....I cant imagine them being to common,ive only heard about them for sale twice...
     
  5. nat0810

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    A couple wild Laccies up at Whian Whian NP Northern NSW

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  6. crocdoc

    crocdoc Well-Known Member

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    I'll send you a PM.
     
  7. whity

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    i love all the monitor pics
     
  8. aoife

    aoife Well-Known Member

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    im so desperate for female gillens, my male is so lonely :(

    i'll have to post a pic when i get home.
     
  9. melgalea

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    Here are some photos of my spencer, it is a sibling to Daves.
    absolutly gorgeous monitors.
     

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    black tailed monitors
     

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    lovely photo tristis, lol!
     
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    ill gett some of mine once im home :)
     
  13. Callopistes

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    Hello,

    Did here anyone have a Perentie

    This are the prices in Europa

    Varanus spenceri juvenil 5000Euro
    Varanus varius 4000Euro
    Varanus panoptes panoptes 800 Euro
    Varanus tristis tristis 2000 Euro
    Varanus giganteus 70 000 Euro
    Varanus indicus 250 Euro
    Varanus niloticus 50 Euro

    But the Australian monitors are very expensive:cry:
     
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    Some of mine
     

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    Perentie

    Snakes down under Perentie
     

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    Callopistes Not so new Member

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    @crocdoc

    Can you show us pics of your V.varius cage and can you show how big it is and how many monitors do you in this cage have
     
  17. herptrader

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    Looking at your prices only the Indicus is is better priced. They are about AU$1200 locally.

    Parenties on the Herp Trader are pretty rare but when they do come up are generally in the order of AU$6000 for unsexed hatchlings.

    I am not familiar with niloticus??

     
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    Scalaris, Storri ocreatus and Tristis orientalis.
     

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