Show us your blue tongue lizards

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  1. PythonLegs

    PythonLegs Very Well-Known Member

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    Anyone breeding albinos this year? I'll be picking one up from somewhere..
     
  2. RoryBreaker

    RoryBreaker Well-Known Member

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    Helikaon,
    Thats a fascinating coloured Centralian!

    Heres a strange washed out Kimberley Northern from last season.
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    RoryBreaker Well-Known Member

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    This Eastern has beaten all the Northerns in my collection to be the first to give birth this season.
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    111 days since first mated , 108 days since last mated. She is a first time mother and will be three years old at xmas.

    Cheers
     
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    Wild~Touch Very Well-Known Member

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    Sweet :)

    I like little four eyes
     
  5. Vengeance

    Vengeance Not so new Member

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    Here's a recent photo of my bluey, Gizmo. He doesn't stay still long enough to get decent (non-blurry) photos often.

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    Loving these pictures, blueys are one of my favourite reptiles.
     
  6. RoryBreaker

    RoryBreaker Well-Known Member

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    Nice yellow in that seqld locale Eastern.
     
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    Vengeance Not so new Member

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    Thank you! The ochre has lightened with age but the yellow has remained just as vibrant. :D

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    RoryBreaker Well-Known Member

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    I'll give these Kimberleys the Now and Then treatment.

    Now.
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    Then( xmas 2012)
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    The third skink in the litter went to a new home.
     
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    He looks like he's enjoying that
     
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    reptilezac Well-Known Member

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    he was he loves cat food & egg!
     
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    RoryBreaker Well-Known Member

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    118 days since first mated.
    117 days since last mated.

    14 young Easterns born today.

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    This is girl will pop soon
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    Helikaon Very Well-Known Member

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    My blotchy popped, yay!! amazing that she popped before all my easterns, first attempt at breeding alpines so im rather stoked, 6 healthy fiesty little buggers
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    You have to love it when animals that you have produced and then moved on, upon seeing how they are going with their current owner, finding that they are thriving.

    Some pictures of 2 Kimberley northerns that I produced last season.

    A male.
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    A female.
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    They are growing well Baden, thanks for the tune up.

    Cheers,
    Dave.
     
  17. Reptiles101

    Reptiles101 Well-Known Member

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    Rory you've got some spectacular looking blues, those Kimberly Northerns are spectacular, if u don't mind me asking how much would one be?
     
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    $150 each as juvies.

    Looks like there will be quite a few around this season too. All hail the blue tongues!!!
     
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    Do u know of any breeders in Victoria? What's there care like heating, enclosure size and lighting wise?
     
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    Look up a member on here who goes by the name Richard sc. He's already got a litter of Kimberleys born already. Send him a pm. You'll need a crowbar though to get any from him, he tends to hoard. :)
     
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