size range of land mullets

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Re: size range of land mullets

Postby kl » Mon Jan 27, 2014 7:52 pm

I don't know what they would sell for here anymore but the guy who offered them to me last yr started with a 3500 euro per animal price. When I bought my trio in 2005 I paid $1200 for all 3. Despite the fact they never bred for me that is still the best deal I've ever gotten on lizards. I've really enjoyed keeping them.



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Re: size range of land mullets

Postby Richard.C » Mon Jan 27, 2014 8:16 pm

Nice rory,is that early for them up there?

The little tackers are slowly getting more bold,a couple popped out yesterday and climbed over blotchies to get to the food bowl which is a good sign,still quite timid though
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Re: size range of land mullets

Postby RoryBreaker » Mon Jan 27, 2014 9:57 pm

Richard.C wrote:Nice rory,is that early for them up there?

The little tackers are slowly getting more bold,a couple popped out yesterday and climbed over blotchies to get to the food bowl which is a good sign,still quite timid though


One of those pairs are my old breeding pair. When they bred for me, it was an early March birth. But that was in a very wet year when we had the big flood.

Sorry Jeff, I wasn't even trying to rub it in. :noknow: I'll try harder next time. :)
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Re: size range of land mullets

Postby Richard.C » Mon Jan 27, 2014 11:47 pm

I guess it does warm up early up there so early is always possable,seeing alot of easterns and even blotchies have already dropped up there,probably alot to do with how they are set up

Be interesting to see if mine drop this year,and if they do when,they were pretty quiet till november which is when the female got roughed up a bit
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Re: size range of land mullets

Postby SkyRocket » Tue Jan 28, 2014 1:04 am

A stunning species - look like huge, smooth Cunningham's skinks. I have never seen one for sale in Europe, which is a great shame.
1.0.2 E.Cunninghami
1.1 V.storri storri
1.1 M.spilota spilota
1.0 R.leachianus henkeli
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Re: size range of land mullets

Postby Lauriek » Fri Mar 07, 2014 6:22 am

mark_w wrote:This obviously applies to all of us. We'll have to start a "geeky reptile loving blokes with uninterested wives" subforum.


Nah. We need to re-write this.

"geeky reptile loving women with uninterested husbands" subforum. :lol:
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