Monitor pictures-Thread

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

  1. anntay

    anntay Well-Known Member

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    crocdoc great photos i so want one.
     
  2. PhilK

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    Cris great photos.. mind posting a photo of that Mitchells enclosure?
     
  3. cris

    cris Almost Legendary

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    Thanks. No.
     

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    TWENTY B Very Well-Known Member

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    now with the sandies 1 year old, this is the difference between the smallest and largest.

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    herpmeasure says the big one is 59.6cm
    the little one is 40cm and ready to shed.
     
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    mjb.2010 Not so new Member

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    my baby bells phase :D
     
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    That little Mangrove is a cracker Shane, not to shy to eat from your hand, lol.

    Im looking to increase my Monitor collection, anyone selling or know someone with hatchie Spencers atm.
    Send me a pm please.
    Cheers Andy.
     
  7. SLACkra

    SLACkra Very Well-Known Member

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    My little gilleni
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    Cheers Andy, yeah hes a charactor all right, and yeah bold as all hell great little guy, execpt for when he bit me
    spencers monitors are amazing animals hope u find one.

     
  9. Snakeluvver2

    Snakeluvver2 Suspended Banned

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    Looking for a Mitchells!:) Hatchling, adult, male, female, anything (alive)
    Heres my Orientalis
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  10. Varanidae

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    Cool good too see you Orientalis is settling nice
     
  11. Kenno

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    Anyone know who breeds Perenties or Brevicauda? Id like to get some of both species
     
  12. Mr.James

    Mr.James Very Well-Known Member

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    Lace Monitor
     

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  13. jeremy_88

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    Lazy sunday lacey
     

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    python119 Not so new Member

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    my lacie

    these are my small lacie.
     

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  15. pythrulz

    pythrulz Very Well-Known Member

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    monitors you have look awesome crocdoc you breed them i want some
     
  16. crocdoc

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    Thanks! I'm not sure if that was a question or not, but if it was then yes, I do breed them. Last breeding season's eggs are about to start hatching within the next couple of weeks.
     
  17. crocdoc

    crocdoc Well-Known Member

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    ... or within a few hours, it seems. These were taken yesterday, not long after I had posted the above comment.
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  18. Jason

    Jason Very Well-Known Member

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    haha, congrats on the new hatchies. do post pics when they are all out and running around... look forward to seeing them!
     
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    pythrulz Very Well-Known Member

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    hi yeah that was a question well done on the young hope you post pics when there a bit older
     
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    nice one... congrats mate
     

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