Some of my herp collection

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    richoman_3 Very Well-Known Member

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    Yah. Just a few of my reptillians and amphibians


    Arcoona rock dragons .. these 2 boys are cool! Spastic jumpers!

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    Captive Arcoona Rock Dragons (Ctenophorus fionni) by Nick Volpe, on Flickr


    Stimmie

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    Captive Stimsons Python by Nick Volpe, on Flickr


    Netted dragon, hes my fave

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    Striped tailed monitor ... just a sexy beast!

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    Eastern hooded scalyfoot..

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    Wood geckos, got 3

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    Sandswimmer .. awesome to watch feed, he smashes about 20 crickets in a minute!

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    Pilb

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    I have 2 orange thighed tree frogs and 2 brown tree frogs (green form) in a tank together with some FISH!
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    Ewingis

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    xanthos

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    FISH and xantho BUM

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    yeah...
     
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    Don't you have Ctenophorus reticulatus as well?

    Send me the Pygopus schraderi.
     
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    richoman_3 Very Well-Known Member

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    Big NO
    Unless .. you know what ;)
     
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    Very nice, I did consider sand swimmers a few times but they eat too much, the roach colonies wouldn't be able to keep up, love the netted dragon.
     
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    Love the rock dragons. Great collection you have there.
     
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    Sweet frogs, those dragons are pretty cool too
     
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    That first shot of the netted dragon is fantastic.
     
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    thanks everybodi
     
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    Love the stimsons python and the striped tailed monitor


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    xanthomera is nice
     
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    Lovely critters, the Netted Dragon and your frog tank are great though. :p
     
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    richoman_3 Very Well-Known Member

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    thanks! … they are nice scott!
     
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    how are netteds compared to beardies size wise and food. Do they eat greens as well or just insects?
     
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    awesome stuff mate thanks for sharing :)
     
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    richoman_3 Very Well-Known Member

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    Netteds are about 5340 times better than beardies (thats a great UNDERexaggeration)
    Theyre smaller, they actually are active ... Yeah you can feed them bokchoy and all that, and they smash insects aswell
     
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    I loved your pictures - very good job!
     
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