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QLD WTB Snake Book A Guide to Australian Snakes in Captivity Elapids and Colubrids

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Worm1

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Hello everyone, as the title says, I'm possibly after a copy of A Guide to Australian Snakes in Captivity Elapids and Colubrids by Scott Eipper. If anyone has a spare one around let me know; it would be much appreciated!
 

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Yes you are! Your books are awesome btw, I'd love to get more but they are all so expensive nowadays lol! Just wondering, what elapids do you currently keep? Would love to see some photos of your animals!

And was also wondering if you have ever had any good elapid herping locations in the Sunshine Coast to Brisbane region? I understand most people keep herping locations hidden but I've been trying for months and all I find is small eyeds lol. Any rough ideas would help heaps!

Sorry for the pile of questions, but like I said before, I'm quite a fan boy xD
 
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Hi all,

We don't have any copies of the book (left other than our own), I would love to have copies we could send out to people but we cannot pass on what we don't have. I am happy to answer any specific questions though.

As for herping spots around brisbane /SEQ depends on how you want to herp- if your driving roads at night you will see things but usually only fleetingly. I like walking on bush tracks in good habitat, pick your species you hope to see, research it and be in the right habitat at the right time and with a bit of luck you might find your target.

cheers
Scott
 

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Thanks mate, I am quite interested in nocturnal elapids such as Stephens' banded snakes, Common deathies, crowned snakes ect, so I plan to do some Mt nebo, Mt glorious, D'aguilar NP night-time road cruising over the next few months, seems like the closest place they are found near me so I should find some of the target species :)
 

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