Whats in your area?

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  1. ashisnothereman

    ashisnothereman Well-Known Member

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    ive come across these reps in inner northwest sydney, very urban area.

    eastern water dragons, diamond pythons, water skinks, eastern bluetounges, several geckos and small frogs.
     
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    snakes123 Very Well-Known Member

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    The only reptiles i have seen in my area id a RBB and a GTS thats it..well thats all i have found over 14 years. You are so lucky to have all of them in your area.

    Ben
     
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    najanaja Well-Known Member

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    yeah i know mate....

    im lucky to live where i do...
    That was just in one trip....

    in the same places ive found over 40 types of snakes and about 16 different lizards...
    plus all the forest scorpians under every second rock...

    then add to that all the other wildlife in the areas...

    Tawny frog mouths, possums, roos, wallabys, koalas, kookaburras, fox's, echindas and so on...

    S/E Qld is a great place to live if you love your wildlife..
     
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    dont forget the kangawallafoxes
     
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    LiasisKing Well-Known Member

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    and the drop bears ...
     
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    snakeluvver Very Well-Known Member

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    Hey I'm going down to Brisbane soon for a night, any good herping spots there?
    I'll be in north Brisbane, near Alma Park Zoo, staying with family.
     
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    eipper Very Well-Known Member APS Veteran

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    40 species of snake in lamington/tamborine/coombah wetlands?????
     
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    DanTheMan Suspended Banned

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    Maybe you mean 40 different individuals najanaja? 40 different species in SE Qld is impossible.
     
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