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Posted by Michelle on April 05, 2002 at 13:09:26:
In Reply to: Re: Info needed on Japalura Splendida please posted by Brian Iu on April 05, 2002 at 11:32:47:
: J. splendidia is ground dwelling, for example, rocky area of road side. Yes, there is a destinctive seasonal change. However, because they are living in mountain area, so it is not too hot in summer( what I mean too hot is 35C to 40C). Wanxian county of Szechwan province of China is one of the typical area that J. splendida living. Other place is Leishan of Guizhou, Shiquan of Shanxi. I hope the info can help you.
: TKS N RGDS
: Brian Iu
: : Can you tell me what the temperatures are for this region? Is there a destinctive seasonal change or a lot of fluctuation, or is it more temperate? Do you know if J. Splendida is ground or tree dwelling? any more info, even the names of regions so I can do further research, would be very helpful. Thankyou very much!
: : : Japalua splendiada come from mountain area ( 380m to 2520m) of central, southwest and northwest China. J. splendida like to take insect, especially ladybird. I have no experience to keep J. splendida but J. szechwanensis.
: : : TKS N RGDS
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: : : : Can anyone give me information on this lizard? I have one who just laid eggs and want to try to incubate them as well as give her a good habitat. I know it originates in Asia (central I think) and I have very basic information on it but would like to know more. Where exactly do they come from, what is the general climate there? I had read something about hibernation, is this true? What about breeding? How many eggs is typical, how long do they incubate and in what conditions....This type of information would be very helpful. Observation of them either in the wild or captivity might give me a better understanding. Thank you!
: : : : Pic of her during egg laying included...