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Posted by nickpurvis on March 27, 2003 at 16:26:38:
In Reply to: Re: 1st time breeding lizards posted by nickpurvis on March 27, 2003 at 16:24:36:
::How about some Takydromus Sexlineatus. They are small, easily cared for and lay lots of eggs.
:::Hi Im a herpkeeper and am getting ready to breed a trio of c tropidosternum.the reason is because I want to learn how to take care of baby lizards before I breed lizards that lay eggs.what should I get after the c tropidosternum that lays eggs and breed readily(not a leo or beardy)and will fit in a 20 gallon long aqaurium.thnaks in advance
::thanks for the advice.If i keep these lizards how many will fit in the aqaurium and can I use cypress mulch as a substrate or not.how do you breed these lizards.do they breed without a special light cycle or do they need one.Im hoping they dont but if they dont thats okay Ill still try.Ive been looking at a trio of these lizards for a while now and they are cheap and neat looking.thanks
The aqaurium i was talking about is a 20 gallon long with a ventilated lid and will I need a heat source and if so what temperature should the cage be.thanks again