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Show us your blue tongue lizards

Discussion in 'Australian Lizards and Monitors' started by Reptiles101, Jan 20, 2013.

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  1. Dragon_77

    Dragon_77 Not so new Member

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    Dave, Sorry l did not know the video was not your not to worry.
     
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    My two very light coloured Easterns.
     

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    Are those hypos or something? spectacular!
     
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    My one is hypomelanistic.
     
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    "Are those hypos or something? spectacular! "

    No, while they might look a bit "hypo" they are just ordinary eastern Blue Tongues but with very light colours.
     
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    Anything but ordinary Mangles. They look good mate. Male and female?
     
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    They are about 6 years old now and have never bred, so I believe they are the same sex, but don't know which one.
     
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    i think its almost hypo, breed it with an even lighter and you'll be getting even closer to hypo :p

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    showing off my babies :p
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    brand new mating pair, haven't thought up any names yet
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    Ken-oh-ki, our very grumpy eastern blue tongue
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    Big boy (mated to Big Girl)
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    i'm planning to breed shinglebacks long term since ACT really doesn't have any....the local reptile shops has hit crisis point!
     

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    Finally took a picture of my Western Blue-tongue (Tiliqua occipitalis). It only took me like six months!

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    Should have posted here--Elmore turned 16 last week (born 12/5/1999)! He is an Irian Jaya BT skink--here in the States, we never call these "blue tongue lizards."

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    My two juvinile Kimberley Northern blue-tongues ! 20160107_165845.jpg 20160107_165735.jpg
     
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    A couple of mine
     

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    Hey is that last one axanthic?
     
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    Not mine but found this little fella while tracking through the scrub

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    Hopefully heavily gravid Northern (Tiliqua scincoides intermedia) having a nap... deep in shed, too. 68 days so far. Not a huge fan of Northerns here in America, but I think she looks quite alright. :D Bred her with a male that also has very large portholes.
     
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    Explorer.jpg Ash.jpg Easter.jpg these are my 3... anyone know what morph the third one is?
     
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