Northern N.S.W BTS ROAD SHOT

Discussion in 'Field Herping and Reptile Studies' started by sativa, Dec 17, 2008.

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  1. sativa

    sativa Not so new Member

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    Howdy peoples ,thought iwould send a couple of pics of the brown tree snake i came accross last night , beautifull colours and patten , cheers....j
     

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    nice find!!! in the second photo....is its mouth open? cause it looks like it!
     
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    yeah mouth was ready to go :)
     
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    Great find :)
     
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    They're such a warm, welcoming snake :D
     
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    I have never ever come across a cranky BTS? They are always extremely docile....
    Well they are in Queensland though:D
     
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    yeah they are pretty docile i will try and post some pics of these giant snails i found ,id never seen one so big before ,it doesnt look big in the pic but it was huge , i have a pretty big hands , does anyone have a name for them?tried looking but found nothing , cheers:D
     

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    I think your snail is a Giant Panda Snail (Hedleyella falconeri) ... really don't want to accidently tread on one of these at night. Its quite messy.

    Aaron
     
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