Southern brigalow belt and Granite belt of Queensland (DUW)

Discussion in 'Field Herping and Reptile Studies' started by Gecko75, Jan 23, 2010.

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  1. Acrochordus

    Acrochordus Well-Known Member

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    What about the two Crayfish that me and you found Gecko75, Haha and your driving.:)
    Thanks Tim.
     
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    thankyou moosenoose, glad you enjoyed it, herping threads are always my favourite threads, even if the herper nly managed to find a few little skinks, there always good to look at and have a read of. Jason, the cray was found in bald rock creek does that mean its still suttoni, lol yer that was fun tim, lucky I didn't run the big one over I thought it was a green tree frog when I saw it from the car, looked very strange. as for that one we found, I would have no idea, I guess it would be one that is found on mid north coast somewhere.
     
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