Discussion in 'Australian Lizards and Monitors' started by Radar, Feb 17, 2012.
Nice work mate, I thought locky said he breed them lol
bahahahaha hes full of ****t,
Thought so considering the next pic he showed me was a hatching T.rex and said he hoped to cross it with a levis lol
LOL sounds like something heid do..
these animals are amazing! how much and were can i get one from?
Im pretty keen on some scalyfoots if you are looking at selling?
Nice photo's everyone, have been overseas for a few weeks, good to see this thread again .
Was sitting out in the loungeroom before, looked over at one of my tanks to see the adult male was doing this....
He's been there for about 20mins now looking around, but he lost the sand cap some time ago. I've never seen it before, any ideas? Made me laugh anyway.
neat looking snakes ,you're really tempting me
They're actually a legless lizard, great for people whose parents/other halfs don't like snakes....and great because they are just plain cool
I'm lucky don't have to worry about other peoples likes/dislikes as I am divorced and my kids have all flown the coop(not that that's a prob as they all love reps).I have 2 adult central & 2 baby black soil beardies ATM but tempted to expand haha
that's cool I thought they were snakes though,only ever saw 1 legless in the bush in blue mountains
That's so kool n cheeky,...on the to do this yr list,
Can the Scalyfoots be handled without them become stressed and dropping their tails?
Provided you do it slowly and deliberately they seem fine with it. Having said that I don't get them out for a play like a snake, just move them around between/within enclosures during cleaning etc.
You can pick them up by the tails (captives), they're very reluctant to shed their tails, even wild individuals.
Good to know, have never tried it.
Great photo. Pygopus with panache. What species rednut?
silver form schraderi
It seems this thread has lost some momentum so I thought I'd add some photos to restart it...
I don't think they need identification and they are pretty self-explanatory. I apologise for the horrible, disastrous, utterly disgusting quality of the following images.
I would love to see more captive burton's photos if possible, especially of them feeding.
A couple of wild shots, schraderi and a burtons. Bit old now but don't think they are up on here. The gf may have posted them on other forums though, they're her shots.
Very nice Rocket!
Anymore pics people? Some set up pics are always good to see too.