Agamid Lizards: Keeping & Breeding Them in Captivity by David J. Zoffer

By David J. Zoffer

Every thing an agamid-lizard fanatic could ever want to know are available in the pages of this colourful ebook. There are sections on feeding, breeding, housing, plus lots of species money owed overlaying essentially the most renowned agamids on this planet. this can be one e-book no lizard-lover can do with no.

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Ion of native herptiles is strictly forbidden) . Perhaps this is all to the better since Molochs feed almost exclusively on ants and termites. inches). It should be given fullspectrum lighting and a hot spot that is about 95°F. Other areas of the terrarium should be 85 to 90°F. Night temperatures should drop to 70 to 75°F. Pinhead crickets, newly molted mealworms, and fruitflies can be used as a diet, but it seems this species does not thrive without the ants and termites found in its native haunts.

Cristatellus, C. mystaceus The various species of Calates (about 30 species) represent a group of medium-sized, opportunistic lizards that feed on many sorts of insects, arthropods, and other lizards. Certain species are specialized feeders, such as C. versicalar, which feeds mainly on ants. Calates are reminiscent of 35 the Cuban Knight Anole (Analis equestris), with similar feeding and habitat requirements and the ability to change color. In fact, the species of Calates have a strongly developed ability to do this, falling short of only the chameleons in this respect.

Ion of native herptiles is strictly forbidden) . Perhaps this is all to the better since Molochs feed almost exclusively on ants and termites. inches). It should be given fullspectrum lighting and a hot spot that is about 95°F. Other areas of the terrarium should be 85 to 90°F. Night temperatures should drop to 70 to 75°F. Pinhead crickets, newly molted mealworms, and fruitflies can be used as a diet, but it seems this species does not thrive without the ants and termites found in its native haunts.

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