Possible gravid mullet

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Possible gravid mullet

Postby Richard.C » Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:32 pm

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A pic from today of my possible gravid land mullet
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Re: Possible gravid mullet

Postby Jeff » Thu Feb 27, 2014 9:59 pm

Oh no! Kim is probably checking into the psych ward by now!
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Re: Possible gravid mullet

Postby mark_w » Fri Feb 28, 2014 2:07 am

Jeff wrote:Oh no! Kim is probably checking into the psych ward by now!


:lol: @Jeff. But, also probably true!
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Re: Possible gravid mullet

Postby Richard.C » Fri Feb 28, 2014 2:29 am

Just book a room in advance kim,im not counting my chickens just yet,lol

I noticed the shy 3rd adult,a supposed male ive only seen out 3 times since november has packed on an awful lot of weight to,i was expecting it to be slim because i rarely see it out,must eat when im not about and considering they all generally sleep together,could also be another female
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Re: Possible gravid mullet

Postby kl » Fri Feb 28, 2014 7:40 pm

You guys need to have a "mullet only" section and then lock me out so I can't read it. I'm going to be seeing Mullets in my dreams or should I say nightmares!

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Re: Possible gravid mullet

Postby RoryBreaker » Tue Mar 04, 2014 4:00 am

kl wrote:You guys need to have a "mullet only" section and then lock me out so I can't read it. I'm going to be seeing Mullets in my dreams or should I say nightmares!

KL


I suppose I shouldn't say then that I can get in my car, drive about 40kms and can be guaranteed to see Mullets in the wild.

And if it's after dark on the way home you have to dodge the pink tongue skinks on the road. :hehe:
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Re: Possible gravid mullet

Postby kl » Tue Mar 04, 2014 7:32 pm

Are they that commonly seen when walking around where they are from? Are they shy around people?

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Re: Possible gravid mullet

Postby RoryBreaker » Tue Mar 04, 2014 9:43 pm

kl wrote:Are they that commonly seen when walking around where they are from? Are they shy around people?

Kim


Some Mullets at busy picnic grounds can become tolerant of people, but in general their default setting is to flee. In my part of the world, Mullets are easily seen basking in the small windows of sun within the rainforest/closed forest. Any break in the forest canopy is prime real estate for Mullets.
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Re: Possible gravid mullet

Postby Richard.C » Wed Mar 05, 2014 3:53 pm

Yeah ,a number of years ago went for a few rainforest walks and saw a few of them crossing the tracks,at the more open bits,especially look outs there where colonys of major skinks to

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