Help with Photos for talk.

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Help with Photos for talk.

Postby GCol » Thu Oct 22, 2015 9:30 am

Morning everyone.
I am asking for a favor from anyone who can help. I am doing a general talk for our towns Garden club next week about local snakes in our area.
It will mostly cover identification and general information about each species. I am looking for photos of some species for my presentation. Any help will be appreciated and full credit will be given for them if you send your name etc.
I need for the following species.

Brown House Snake
Olive House/Ground Snake
Spotted Bush Snake
Green Water Snake
Eastern Natal Green
Common Slug Eater
Brown Water Snake
Herald Snake (white lipped)
Natal Black Snake
Stiletto Snake
Rhombic Night Adder
Olive Whip Snake
Mozambique Spitting Cobra
Boomslang (Natal locale) both male and female would be awesome, a hatchling would be helpful to.
Vine Snake
Black Mamba
Green Mamba
Puff Adder
Forest Cobra

Anything would be appreciated, you can PM or send links. If you want to my email is gareth.coleman@rocketmail.com, I will fully credit any pictures used.

Thank you so much for any help in advance.
Regards
Gareth
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Re: Help with Photos for talk.

Postby Durban Keeper » Sun Oct 25, 2015 7:59 pm

Hey man.


Honestly I would just pull and use good shots off google. Most are watermarked in any case... especially if its just a once off thing... just my 2c.


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Re: Help with Photos for talk.

Postby GCol » Mon Oct 26, 2015 8:56 am

Ok thanks DK, might have to with some of them.
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Re: Help with Photos for talk.

Postby scalybunni » Tue Oct 27, 2015 9:33 am

Hi, you can contact Rian Stander / Tyrone Ping for pictures. They have some neat shots.

https://www.facebook.com/rianjka.stander

https://www.facebook.com/tyrone.ping
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