Show us your blue tongue lizards

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

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  1. RoryBreaker

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    Dave can you post some updated pics on the beak.
    Thanks Scott.
     
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    The beak is on slough at the moment, but hasn't grown much since the last pics you saw. I'll repost some pics from a couple of months ago for others that may be interested.

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    Interesting looking mouth on that blue tongue, curious to know how'd it become like that? still great looking blue tongues
     
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    How good is the colouring on it? Any of his siblings have have good a pattern and colors?
    Great looking bluey.
    Thanks Dave.
     
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    This is the only one of its siblings that I kept.
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    Just a birth deformity that is not that uncommon. Doesn't seem to effect the skink at all.
     
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    Colouring is still good Dave. Similar to my girl.
     
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    Will you have bubs from the top pairing this season, do you think? They're stunners!
     
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    Hey guys, this is the new setup for my lowland vic blotched bluey. Cheers
     
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    My little eastern. Really old pic.
     

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    This is my boy buddy
    Thinking of getting a black bluey girl and breeding them :)
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    New bluey.

    Let's see more.

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    He has been a bit more gentle with her this season Dave.
     
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    That first one is beautiful freeloader.
     
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    Thanks Herpo. According to Rorybreaker it is a Queensland locale eastern. Don't know the sex though.
     
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    Whatever the sex, still really nice! I love blueys, they have so much personality!
     
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    Rorybreaker post some pics.

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    I like the kimberley locale animals.
     
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    Some classic NT form Northerns, 8 month olds.

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    Nice Dave. Just a quick question Dave. That queensland eastern I got has black eyes. Do any of your easterns have black eyes?
     
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    Eye colour is irrelevant in my opinion.

    Unless it's something funky like anery or the like, which that new eastern of yours is not.

    I have seen wild suburban Brisvegas Easterns similar to the whitish one of yours too.
     
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