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    Quote Originally Posted by warren63 View Post
    Sticky !!!!
    I second that!

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    This is a fantastic post and a great reference for the community. Assuming that you don't mind, I'd like to make it a sticky. Thanks for taking the time to put it all together.
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    Thanks, everyone, for their kind remarks. I am glad that the post was enjoyed.

    Assuming that you don't mind, I'd like to make it a sticky.
    That is fine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by moloch View Post
    Assuming that you don't mind, I'd like to make it a sticky.
    That is fine.


    Regards,
    David
    Done!
    Thanks again for such a great post.

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    Thanks David, I am in Australia now (just got back in from the Chillagoe area actually) thanks for this, I haven't even left this country yet and I am already thinking of where I want to come back to and find some other must see species So many beautiful places and geckos

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    Thanks,Derek.

    How did you go at Chillagoe? Find many species? I had hoped for Oedura coggeri but missed it.

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    Amazing post, David! Thank you so much for sharing!!!
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    Hi

    this pics are awesome
    thank you for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by moloch View Post
    Thanks,Derek.

    How did you go at Chillagoe? Find many species? I had hoped for Oedura coggeri but missed it.

    Regards,
    David

    It was relatively good, for winter (even though it was still like 100 degrees, 30-32 C?)

    I found a few Cyrtodactylus, the gehyras, and the Byones geckos. Then while flipping some rocks I found 2 species of frog. I found a massive green tree frog in the lid of a toilet. I was hoping to find the Diplodactylus and the Oedura, searched all over the limestone outcroppings, did some road cruising between Chillagoe and Almaden.

    I also found the little knobbie dragons in the area, and saw a few skink sp. although they were to fast for me to get a picture of. Not the knobbie dragons, got them photographed

    I was hoping I would see a spotted python in the caves which I explored, really cool, but just ended up finding a ton of bats (bent eared?) which were cool regardless

    I will make a big post when I get back, got a ton of photos and video. Off to the Barrier Reef today, where I will be for the next 5 days diving

    Thanks Derek

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    David, your posts are a great benefit to our community but I think this one has to be one of the best I've encountered in a long while.

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