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  1. C

    Eyrean Earless Dragon, Tympanocryptis tetraporophora care

    Hi, can anyone give me some care info on Eyrean Earless Dragon, Tympanocryptis tetraporophora? Yes I know that they are rare in captivity and expensive and yes I am prepared to take on feeding, heating and lighting requirements. Am going to start breeding, however will only be breeding Agamid's...
  2. Oriolus

    A couple of dragons around Darwin

    I was hoping you guys might be able to help identify these two dragons I photographed in Darwin recently. They would have to be either Amphibolurus gilberti or A.temporalis right? I've got no idea which species these two are though. This one photographed in Woods St in the Darwin CBD...
  3. GeckPhotographer

    Herp pics (warning - pic rich!)

    So this thread is composed of a bunch of reptile pics I've taken since back in October, through to now over a couple different trips. First off was a short night up around Newcastle with a couple of friends. This Rough-scale was one of the few snakes out on the road. Tropidechis carinatus...
  4. moloch05

    Photos from a trip to the Red Centre

    Over the Christmas break, I had the opportunity to make a quick trip to the Red Centre. It is a place that I've wanted to see for many years but never could find the time to get out there. Australia is a big place and the drive to the middle of the continent is a big one from the east coast...
  5. Trench

    Awesome new additons :D Long-nosed dragons

    My awesome new additions :D A huge Thank you to Jeff from Herpheaven
  6. L

    Pilbara herping trip jan 2012

    A colleague and I recently got back from a herping trip through the Pilbara ranges. We were hoping to travel further north to the port headland area to try our luck for some Womas and Black headeds but unfortunately we were hit by the full force of mother nature. When it rains up there it...
  7. GeckPhotographer

    WA The Southwest Section. Heaps of reptile pics.

    So not so long ago I was over in WA for a bit more than two weeks. The trip was with my family celebrating my finishing school and was primarily with the aim of finding as many geckos as possible. We started off in Perth where I got to see a couple new species for me, both little brown...
  8. zacthefrog

    what lizard is this?

    hey everyone i was just wondering what kind of dragon this is ?
  9. D

    NT & Qld herping trip - Alice Springs

    Continuing on from After camping near the small border town of Camooweal, we left Queensland and entered the Northern Territory on the Barkley Tablelands, again targeting Speckled Browns...
  10. Acrochordus

    various Amphibolurus Species Wanted

    Hi, im looking for various Amphibolurus species such as: Amphibolurus nobbi, Amphibolurus Gilberti, Amphibolurus burnsi, Amphibolurus longirostris, Amphibolurus temporalis, If you keep these dragons or know of anybody who does could you please email me on this ([email protected]) (PS it is...
  11. Acrochordus

    Dragons that don't come up for sale at all!!

    Hi, everyone. I have been wondering for awhile, why you don't seen any of these dragons such as: Amphibolurus nobbi, Amphibolurus gilberti, Amphibolurus burnsi, Amphibolurus longirostris, Amphibolurus Temporalis, Diporiphora australis. For sale or even get talked about, are they hard to keep...
  12. gecko-mad

    how much? everything else

    well the last 2 threads i did the research AFTER posting so this time i did the research BEFORE posting, the question is whats the average price? all help is appreciated. Stegonotus cucullatus-Slaty-Grey Snake Dendrelaphis punctualata-Common Tree Snake Drysdalia masterii-Masters’ Snake...
  13. bob360

    Reptiles you can keep with a basic permit(SA)

    Here they are: Reptiles (Basic) Species Code Common Name Scientific Name S02161 Adelaide Snake-lizard Delma molleri Y02028 Australian Snapping Turtle Elseya ineate K02109 Beaded Gecko Diplodactylus damaeus S02137 Beaked Gecko Rhynchoedura ineat K02425 Black Rock Skink Egernia...
  14. moloch05

    Aussie Lizard Art

    Here is a different view of some of the Australian lizards. Macro shots often reveal intricate patterns that are not so obvious in the normal full-body or portrait photographs. When examined like this, these lizards seem to be living, breathing works of art. 1) Eastern Spiny-tailed Gecko...
  15. moloch05

    Windorah, Queensland 4 -- in transit herps

    As I mentioned in the first post, we drove an enormous distance in a few days. That, of course, meant many hours of sitting in the car. Naturally, in the dry areas, we saw a fair number of animals on the road. Watching for these or occasional quick stops helped us pass the time while we drove...
  16. moloch05

    Western Australa 2 -- Kalbarri part 1

    Kalbarri National Park was the second stop on our trip to the west. This park is about a 7 hour drive north of Perth and it is one of my favourite places in Western Australia. The park is in the heart of the wild flower country and it has an incredibly rich flora. I will be posting many...
  17. moloch05

    Photos from North West Cape, WA

    Hello everyone, I have been so busy at work lately that I have not had time to post. I have spent a fair bit of time back in a frosty Tasmania. These photos were taken in a much warmer place. They are the combined results of a trip to the Exmouth area in November, 1995, with my son...
  18. moloch05

    pics from Karijini NP, WA

    My son and I visited Karijini National Park in the Pilbara of Western Australia for several days in November, 2005. This park is famous for its beautiful red rock gorges. Some of these gorges have permanent water and of course, where there is water, there is abundant life. Here are a few...
  19. s_vivo

    Anybody know what this little guy might be?

    I have seen these guys running around where I work fairly often and just wondering if anyone could idenitfy them? Location : Southern Inland Pilbara (Paraburdoo). Sorry about picture quality taken on the phone and these fellas get a bit skittish when you get too close. I will bring my camera in...
  20. Greebo

    What's this then?

    Here is another pic of a lizard form Alice Springs. Rather attactive looking dragon, anyone know what it is exactly?