Show us your greens!!!

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  1. andynic07

    andynic07 Very Well-Known Member

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    Some very nice greens there. One question though, in the last picture is that how all greens go towards the tail? It just looks strange to me but I also have not seen a lot of the tail end of GTP's.
     
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    Some more from today, they're so photogenic! :p

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    She was about to poop :) since I've had her she holds on until she's practically about to burst, always freaks me out that she's going to prolapse but she drinks well and sheds fine.
     
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    She needs more exercise, bigger enclosure, more perches, interesting environment that gets changed from time to time. She will poop like a trooper. Trust me.

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    Thanks for the advice, she's never been one to move around much so I'll try changing it up to give her a bit more sensory stimulation. The size isn't an issue although in comparison to yours they're probably tiny :)
     
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    My new little female Aussie GTP.
     

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    Can't help myself, had this boy out for a swim and drink as he's coming up to shed so took a quick snap :)

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    and my blue boy just shed (iphone photo sorry, no flash either)
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    Mum, Dad & Hatchies (clutch #1)
    Our first clutch of Greens!


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    Mum, Dad & Hatchies (clutch #2)

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    nice guys
     
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    One of mine
     

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    here's my little dude - not even 1 yet! starting to change color at the tip of his nose
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    this one is 11 months old and just on 3 foot long.
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    My girl moved enclosures tonight
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    I love the pattern on that one. Is there a green blush over its eyes? What's this little ones lineage?
     
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    The parents are sorong x australian. Last year a few of them seemed to have a green tinge above the eyes when they hatched but it didn't stay after a slough or two. I like the patern on it also. Can't wait to get home tonight and hopeuflly its fully out.
     
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    A few hatchies this season

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    nice greens every one! fingers crossed the black stay on this one.
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    Is this a repeat pairing? If so can you post some pictures of the yearlings? I would love to see how they turn out as I haven't seen very many iron range crosses.
     
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