Monthly Archives: May 2010

A great northern migration

In June last year a friend and I migrated north for the winter. It was a very short migration, but it was enough time for us to poke around Darwin, Kakadu and Katherine. The middle of the dry season is … Continue reading

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Gulf of Carpentaria

The Gulf had a bumper wet 09-10 season, so there was plenty of water and plenty of critters when I was up there last month. The only new reptile for me was the little spotted snake, but I wasn’t actually … Continue reading

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Recent recordings

Pics from various places in South-East Queensland. Road-killed eastern small-eyed snake (Cryptophis nigrescens) being eaten by beetle

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Dalby

Photos from a trip to Dalby in February of this year. Eastern bearded dragon (Pogona barbata)

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Alpha (yet again)

Some pics from a recent jaunt to Alpha, Central Queensland. No new reptile species on this trip. Red-naped snake (Furina diadema)

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Dalby (again!)

Some more photos from a recent trip to the Dalby area. The unadorned delma is a new species for me, and reptick #7 for the year. I still have a long way to go to see 50 new reptile species … Continue reading

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