Show us your blue tongues

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  1. RoryBreaker

    RoryBreaker Well-Known Member

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    Lowland Blotched Blue Tongues , juvies . Coming on good now after doing it tough wintering outside in a pit .

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    Het for white northern.
     

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    Is the white northern gene heterozygous? if it is stop the press!!!
     
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    That het is not my line.
     
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    ok that makes sense. With your animals a pure white x with a normal will throw out a batch of lighter than normal young , or a mixed batch of white normal and lighter ones?
    From memory you had some very interesting colors going on there.
     
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    There are no recessive gene white Northerns so calling them 'Hets' is incorrect....... are these from Mark Wiltshire ?? They have Kimberley blood I reckon..... awesome tho.... I ain't trolling !!!!
     
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    What is the offspring like if you breed one of your whiteys to a normal northern?
     
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    040420121338.jpg kunnanurra form kimberley northerns

    290320121312.jpg bluemountains alpine,vic alpine and vic lowlands ive had born this season also

    020720101096.jpg themale kunnanurra and one of the females that produced

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    jan 2012 1068.jpg vic alpines mating wa westerns.jpg 300120121381.jpg wa and northern sa westerns 598_P3060167_Small_2.jpg pink prince regent female i used to own and wish i still had
     
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    A couple of shots of my Eastern on the couch .
     

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    those are some beaut bluey's makes me wanna get one lol
     
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    Here is my boy EM a 5 year old Eastern. Just got him last week.
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    Ya gotta luv um!!!

    OMG Scratchy they are Gorgous!!! Me want!!!
     
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    wow some nice blueys in ths thread
     
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    Here's Slink :)
     

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    nice looking blueys there mate

    that's 1 beautiful blue tongue
     
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    wow you guys have awesome blueys i wish i even had one :( oh,well maybe when i breed up some knobies and sell them i can get a nice tank + breeding pair
     
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    [​IMG] my baby bluie he only 9ish months
     
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    This is my new blue girl.

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    my eastern blue tongue charles, hes about 7 months old :)
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    not sure if you can see them, around the edges of some of his scales is all white, it came up after he finished sheddng, is that ok. the guy i brought him off said it was fine, and all the others he got, (siblings) were the same,
     
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    Blue tongue grooming......

    Hi All,

    Has anyone ever seen their skinks have a crack at there front or rear feet/claws in a mellow sort of grooming chew. Could he be going for some non successful shed (cant see any) on its foot or is it claw clipping?

    No mites or ticks....no super long claws. Its got me buggered. So not stressed. Looks relaxed whilst doing it. Its a rare accurance. close Rango.jpg
     
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