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Show off your uncommonly kept or rare herps, or rare/interesting things you have found. Pics are wanted, but if you can give me evidence of rare stuff you have seen without pics then that is OK too.

One of mine (well, my brother found it):

Masked rock skink (Liopholis margaretae margaretae) found at the Garden of Eden in Watarrka (kings canyon). No pics, as it was super flighty and fled about 5 secs after we saw it.

Also stay tuned for some cool threads coming up soon! One you may be able to tell already (some members know) and anotheris a secret 0_O

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Just about as rare as they come....
 

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Funny you say that but on my (spoiler alert) I didn't see any of those, yet I manage to find rarer things.

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I call it the "albino viper python taipan adder" not many around
 

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Lacerta trilineata major

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Croatia, Island Krk
 

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[MENTION=41832]Josch[/MENTION] that is an awesome-looking lizard! It's cool to see things we don't get in Aus, particularly Lacertids. Nice find!
[MENTION=21573]richoman_3[/MENTION] That's a great find! I like the Aprasias, they are cool because they are generally rarer and less well-known than other species such as Delmas. Super jelly of you!
[MENTION=41323]Trewin[/MENTION] I believe it is actually an T÷ albino intergrade of a ramphotyphlops longissimus and a Bynoe's gecko on steroids. It is clearly identified by the Naguriademolosiatympanoafhewnaifgabian scale, which is located in the brain which is clearly visible. Lol *sigh* I went too far didn't I?

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[MENTION=36635]NickGeee[/MENTION] Stunning! I live in their range, but have never managed to see any. Keep these shots coming guys!

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Couple of pics of some not so common herps.
 

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Cool herps [MENTION=1331]TrueBlue[/MENTION] ! I like the white lipped python and the BHP, what is the one in the second picture?

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Haha yea [MENTION=41799]BredliFreak[/MENTION], what u said
 

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The second pic is of a pure coastal carpet. A hypo-melanistic coastal.
 

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Thanks, yes they are stunning coastals. That pic is from a couple of seasons ago. Produced some absolute crackers this last season, will have to take some up dated pics of a few.
 

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Love the white lip Rob, one of the few species still on my want list. Been wanting one for a long time but knew it'd never happen - to my excitement I only found out a few weeks ago there actually is a small but legal population of them being bred here.
 

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Yes Vixen there are a hand full here. They should be available in the hobby in the next few years.
 

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Black mountain skink
 

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[MENTION=1331]TrueBlue[/MENTION] I didn't even know those existed! Wow, it looked like a patternless childreni to me at first but it is even better!
[MENTION=4778]cement[/MENTION] Cool find, it looks really nice with the water droplets on it's back!

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