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NortHern Blue Tongues

 UPDATED: July 2021
Northern Blue Tongue Skinks
(Tiliqua scincoides intermedia)
 
Northerns are an absolutely fantastic choice for a pet blue tongue skink. They are the number one most recommended pet blue tongue species in the US for good reason. Northerns are hardy, large, and most have great temperament. These are also a popular starter breeder for many skink enthusiasts as they are the most simple to breed.
 
Quality, purity, and diversity are keys to success in any captive breeding program. My breeders are descendants of stock produced by some of the most respected professionals and hobbyists in the industry. Initially I started out only breeding Northerns like many US breeders. Over the past few years I've slowly refined my Northern breeding group down to a select premium few as I transition more of my energy toward my Eastern breeding program. Link
Below are some of my Northern Blue Tongue Skinks and details about each animal.
I am not breeding Northern Blue Tongues for the 2022 season
Norther Blue Tongue Skink Mother an babies
Spirit (Northern Blue Tongue Skink male).jpg

SPIRIT ID# S

Type: Classic Northern

Origin: USCBB

Breeder: Reptile Mountain

Born: 2020

Sex: Male

Notes:​ Litter# G11.20.08 - This animal is an exceptionally colored classic type Northern who will hopefully produce some amazing colored babies in the seasons to come. This breeder has traceable lineage going back 7 generations that leads to Australian animals. 

Normandy (Northern Blue Tongue Skink Male)

Normandy ID# T

Type: Classic Northern

Origin: USCBB

Breeder: Reptile Mountain

Born: 2017

Sex: Male

Notes:​Litter ID# Z1.17.01 - His sire is Boaz (Gurgui) and his dam is Lydia (CBE). He was able to breed to Raptor in 2019 for his first breeding season siring 9 healthy bubs and has been a go to breeder since.

Stevie Nix (Northern Blue Tongue Skink female).jpg

Stevie nix ID# 3

Type: Classic Northern

Origin: USCBB

Breeder: Scincoides.com

Born: 2016

Sex: Female

Notes:She comes from a line of USFW seized Australian skinks. She is from a known F1 (Sire) and known 50% F4 (Dam) pairing. Both her parents have since died. These details make this female and her offspring some of the most closely related specimens to wild Australian Northerns there are in North America.