Discussion in 'Australian Lizards and Monitors' started by Vincey, Jan 14, 2012.
very easy, pretty cool little skink.
there is a few
I'm glad this thread started to take off and more pics are coming in!
Great pics there Tassie97 & Shane & Paranoidpython
I love the attitude some bluetongues seem to permanently have in photos ;p
some baby bluemountains form alpine blotchies i found in my pit yesterday
One of my pinkys out tonight
A few more skink pics.
couple of mine
The Centralians look sensational Richard.
Is that a she-oak tas? Nice little guy
Out of interest, do you have any issues housing the Shinglebacks and Bluetongues together? I have 6 adult Shingles in a pit and 1 adult Bluey that I would like to put in there also, but I'd heard the Shinglebacks can get a bit bitey?
i generally house them by them selves,but have had the odd bluey in with the stumpies with no issues,even had gravid blueys have birth in with the stumpies with no issues,stumpies are pretty mellow,with other species even mellower,thats indoors to,outdoors with more room would probably be less issue
thanks freeloader,thats actually an old pic of the centralians,the 3 new ones are pretty nice to though
Yep he is a sheoak I have two lil bubs they are cute as
they look great tassie,very nice indeed
Have an enclosure pic tas?
They are just in a click clack at the moment cause they are so small
Sandswimmers. The container in the pic was temporary and used for transportation when I bought them. Also, yes the female was gravid when I took this pic.
I'd still like to see it, but no worries
Nice sand-swimmers Alex
Some new pics of two Cunninghams and mum