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Cyrtodactylus papilionoides:

Phelsuma modesta leiogaster:

Stenodactylus sthenodactylus:

Tropiocolotes steudneri:

And a nice Uroplatus sikorae:


Heterodon platyrhinos



Candoia carinata paulsoni



Furina (Spalerosophis) diadema





Morelia carinata



Liasis boa



Elaphe triaspis




Lampropeltis triangulum elapsoides


Notophtalmus viridescens (stade juvénile)



Eurycea lucifuga



Taricha torosa



Rhyacotriton olympicus




Cyrtodactylus peguensis



Cyrtodactylus irianjayaensis



Stenodactylus doriae



Pachydactylus tsolidoensis



Bavayia cyclura


Varanus pilbarrensis



Acanthosaura capra



Furcifer labordi



Chamaeleo globifer



Brookesia superciliaris

 

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Just because it's a good thing to show people something different from the same 10-20 species commonly seen in the herp trade.I mean,beardies and corn snakes are ok,but i'm sure most people ignore all other reps because they don't even know how they look like. :wink:
 

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yea gd pics but do u hav permission from the copyrighted pic owners?? Just curious thats all xx
 

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They were passed on to me by a danish friend who has them posted on his site with permission of the authors :wink:
 

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u can use any pictures u like as long as u acknowledge the author anyway unless they have stated so in the copyright :p
 

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Some cools pics thor I have a selection on my desktop I dont even know where they have come from, just reps i like the look of but dont have. :lol: :lol:
 

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Wow, some cool stuff there i have never seen before. :D
 

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Like the platyrhinos pic.. just a shame no one seems capable of keeping them alive over here :(
I shouldnt be drooling over heterodon anyway... its pituophis all the way nowadays 8)
 

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It is nice to see something different, some of those animals are very hard to get hold of in the UK. Particularly interested me as I hope to offer more of the more unusual and rarely seen species now and in the future - so its nice to see what sparks some interest in the herpers out there.

I am currently putting together another Indonesian shipment, and noticed that the Cyrtodactylus irianjayensis listed in this posting is available. The exporter has them listed as Cyrtodactylus lousiadensis, but this is will certainly be an error and they will be Cyrtodactylus irianjayensis. I have had them before - really nice interesting geckos - pretty big too. If anyone wants them let me know.................
 

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costly?

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Hi Nerys

Need to sit and do some proper costings, but not too bad. Contact me and I'm sure we can do an arrangement!

Kev

PS Off topic but, you really must get a Kinkajou for your next mammal, managed to get one a couple of months ago - she is so sweet, I'll try to get some piccies to you!
 

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Is the Tropiocolotes steudneri any relation to the stenodactylus family? They look very alike in the above pics
 

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Morelia carinata

Rough Scaled Python
Morelia carinata

These are only just becoming available in Australia! I don't think they are available anywhere else in the world YET! Only John Weigel from the Australian Reptile Park has breeding animals at this stage!

They are currently priced at over 10K (aust a pair).

I'll get some pic's next week when mine arrive
 
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