From the PX3 awarded series – ORDER:SQUAMATA
Male Boyd’s Forest Dragon (Hypsilurus boydii) is a nocturnal arboreal lizard native to northern Queensland, Australia.
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he’s very pretty
Love the light you get. Must share the secret!
Arhh – but then I’d have to kill you . . . uh uh uh!
– Shannon Benson
Beautiful. Can’t wait until my boydii are showing their full colours :-D
Oooh a Boydi owner, ok now I’m jealous!!My next acquisition will be a Frilled Lizard but then maybe one of these gorgeous boys!!
Yeah, got a pair of hatchies a few months ago now and one if them is just starting to colour up. I posted a thread earlier this evening on APS with some photos taken today :-)
I’m not that big on frillies, personally… they look awesome when they’re hatchies but look a bit plain as adults imo. Still an interesting and unique agamid though :-)
incredible capture!!!love his pose
so beautiful !!
Gorgeous shot… bet you used flash?
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