Discussion in 'Australian Snakes' started by ssnakeboyy, May 19, 2012.
Hey guys ide like to see some frillies. You don't see them too often!
Old photo, but I don't have any new ones.
nice frilly RSP is that just a baby?
Elvis yawning, and Elvis and Priscilla on a branch
Recently posted photos of Maggie.
Frillies are such a beautiful lizard
I think she was around 8 months in this photo.
is that an aussie frilly? or papua new guinea
They look like nt frillys to me
The Frilled-Neck Dragon photos belonging to Stevo2, l say its from Queensland not NT, l have seen Frilled-Neck Dragon's from both regions, the ones from Queensland seem to be slightly smaller in size and have grey or dark brown covering most of their body, and have some yellow and orange covering their lower jaw and some of their frill.
Yes it is a qld but the person never asked about stevos one. I own frillys from qld nt and the kimberlys
And I'm trying to find some Kimberly pictures.
Yeah, thanks The question was about Elvis and Priscilla, not Maggie. Maggie is indeed a QLD'er and, like Brenton, I've kept both QLD and NT frillies. QLD'ers have a yellow/grey frill and grey overtone in their body, NT have an orange/black frill and brown overtone in their body. Kimberleys are like NT but smaller. Not too many PNG frillies kept here in Aus, but we dont know where Elvis and Priscilla's owner is in the world, though given the suggestive size of them I would also agree with Brenton that they're from the NT. PNG are also smaller.
The owner is me! I'm in Melb and yes the frillies are from NT. Elvis (the king lol named from their scientific name) was so tame. I would walk around the house with him on my shoulder. I'd even carry him out to get the mail...he would flatten his frill sideways, spread his legs and move his tail like he was flying. I'm convinced frillies glide (sorta lol) to escape predators like pythons
Here are my two frillies. Neither ever put their frill up so I haven't got any fancy threat display shots. Both eat out of my hand and love snapping water straight from the spray nozzle
Mr. QLD Frill enjoying some rays in the cat patio.
Little Miss QLD Frill the night I got her.
My little frilly I got the other day
very cute little guy
Was going to start my own thread but will rather add to this one. At the start of the year I got some frills and they are the best dragon I have kept by far. More than 10 little frills and 3 localities later its an understatement to say I'm hooked! Here are a few quick snaps.
Just acouple pics from today
Awesome... Love these guys with a passion... So much personality...
This is my NT male & female
Another of my male
My Dainty QLD female