White Phase Northern Blue Tongue Lizards

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  1. Reptiles101

    Reptiles101 Well-Known Member

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    Dose anyone have any information about White Phrase Northern Blue Tongue Lizards? I think that's what they're called :rolleyes:.

    Because my local pet store has a few for sale, and I love the look of them and would love to keep one.

    Any help will be great :)
     

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    NickGeee Subscriber Subscriber

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    Wow they are cool!
    I guess they are the same as a regular bluey except they are a white T. S. intermedia
     
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    Reptiles101 Well-Known Member

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    Yeah they are, really hoping I can get one soon. :)
     
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    Very uncommon for a petshop to have these, good white Northerns rarely even come up for sale privately!

    Without naming the store, how much are they asking for them?

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    Bluetonguelizard.com.au has a bit of info on how these are produced. Look for the explanation of "hypo Northerns"
     
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    They are asking $800
     
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    What would you like to know?
     
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    Thats about the going rate.

    Was expecting a bit dearer actually for a petshop.
     
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    RoryBreaker they go up to $1,200 each depending on how good they are.
     
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    A bit about there care, like heating, lighting and enclosure size. Is there care similar to the normal northern and eastern blue tongues?
     
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    Just house them how you would house a normal Northern blue tongue.
     
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    ermagerd...i want one!! where could i get one in QLD or online with freight...? theyre very gorgeous!
     
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