Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by geckodan, Mar 27, 2008.
oooh how cool! thats amazing congrats!
what are they like to keep?
Oh how beautiful! Well done Danny!
congrats dan, this your first sucessful breeding? P. lepidopodus isnt it?
awsome work dan,beautiful,common scaly foot yes????
its good to see them being bred
Wow great work Danny.
No, third. And yes, lepidopodus
how did they fit?????? :O congratulations!
Well if you need new homes for them i'm sure i could manage room for them
omg awsome, lucky you
Not bad Danny, the commons are impressive beasts. Here are some photos of my Pygopus from earlier this season.
I'll be holding onto whatever I've hatched.
I wouldn't let them go either.
Big Congratulations Danny!
What is your method for breeding? Keep them together year long or introduce when you think they're ready? Have you had much success with Delma species??
AWW AWSOME...i love legless lizards...congratz!!! what a great day it must be!
Congratulations geckodan and Neph!
Hey congrats, great to see you got them breeding! they look fantastic!
Amazing creatures, I am very jealous. Congratulations.
Top stuff Danny and Neph, def. one of the more interesting herps around for sure.....
1 of mine is going to a mate. The other is available when it hatches - EOI considered
I seems like they are legless geckoes in every way except breeding - then you treat them like pythons.