some elapid picts

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  1. baxtor

    baxtor Well-Known Member

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    This little guy just arrived today. Crappy pics, better ones may follow later.
     

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    ssssnakeman Almost Legendary

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    Looks very nice Baxtor,Some more pics will be good.
    Here are the two tigers from Sorrento that we were called to today.
     

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    couple more shots before feeding tonight.

    good to see some whips waruikazi ;)

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    nice baxtor.....
     
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    Great looking Inland! Cute Tigers and really nice RBBS 8)
     
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    Palex134 Not so new Member

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    Awesome thread guys with beautiful snakes everyone.

    Here's my only Elapid contribution, a wild Suta suta from Windorah, QLD.
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    I think it would be beneficial to post some latin under some pics, for those trying to learn the species. The common names throw me off sometimes.

    I'd love to see any more Hoplocephalus pics, each species is absolutely gorgeous. Loved that H. stephensii a few pages back wizz.

    Thanks,
     
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    My baby

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    Photos thanks to my good mate Stewart :)
     
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    Nice pics. That's a gorgeous specimen.


    Stewart
     
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    Curl snake

    Suta suta from Praire, nth central Vic.
     

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    Mitchels short -tailed snake

    Parasuta nigriceps, Big Desert Vic. 2009
     
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    oops!

    Try again!!!!
     

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    black browny :)
     

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    Nice Brown Snake!
     
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    Looks nearly identical to one i got here. Is it a bundy?
     
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    i thought u might like her Mark :) but no she isnt, no. she is a seqld snake, also have another the same as her thats an S.A.
     
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    Has anyone rigged up a bite shield for shooting hots?
     
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    some really good looking elapids in this thread especially some of the adders imo.


    Will
     
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    I just use my lightning fast reflexes to stay out of harm's way.


    Stewart
     
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    That brown looks delighted to see you Ssssmithy :lol:

    Also Colletts, that first shot is fantastic! The blue sky in the background! What a superb looking snake!
     
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