Recent and rambunctious reptile resolutions

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  1. smacdonald

    smacdonald Well-Known Member

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    Recent and rambunctious reptile resolutions

    Here are some random pics of reptiles from mountains in south-east Queensland. No narrative, just pics.



    Lamington Plateau:

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    Coastal carpet python (Morelia spilota mcdowelli) hiding under a rock.

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    Eastern water skink (Eulamprus quoyii)

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    Southern leaf-tailed gecko (Saltuarius swaini) high up in a tree.




    Mount Glorious:

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    Road-killed eastern stone gecko (Diplodactylus vittatus). This is the first D. vittatus I've seen up there.

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    Robust velvet gecko (Oedura robusta)

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    Common scaly-foot (Pygopus lepidopodus)

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    Common scaly-foot (Pygopus lepidopodus)

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    Rough-scaled snake (Tropidechis carinatus) out in the rain.

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    Rough-scaled snake (Tropidechis carinatus)

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    Bandy-bandy (Vermicella annulata)

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    Dainty treefrog (Litoria gracilenta)

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    Red-eyed treefrog (Litoria chloris)

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    Red-eyed treefrog (Litoria chloris) pair in amplexus





    The Conondale Ranges:

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    Common death adder (Acanthophis antarcticus)

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    Common death adder (Acanthophis antarcticus)
     
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    ryanharvey1993 Suspended Banned

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    stop finding all the good stuff, come down here and find it here so I can see it :lol:

    oh by the way awsome shots:lol:
     
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    Lovely pics. That is a very nice closeup of the Death Adder. How long is the drive to the Conondales?

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    David
     
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    Nice shots! Would love to be able to go and find this stuff
     
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    Top shots.....I think the Red eye male is the pic of the bunch. Excellent colour and compostion..Thanks for posting.
     
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    Hi Ryan,

    I'll see what I can do. But don't wait up for me...


    Stewart
     
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    Hi David,

    It's a few hours north of Brisbane. It's a very nice part of the world.


    Stewart
     
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    Love the photos of the Scaly-foot. Well done.
     
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    Thanks. I was very excited to see it as it was my first (live) scaly-foot.


    Stewart
     
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