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Posted by paul kemes on April 01, 2003 at 20:51:05:

In Reply to: T.S.D. in herps?????? posted by orionj2 on March 31, 2003 at 14:31:15:

:Hello all,

: I am doing a paper on TSD in herps for school and I was wondering if anyone has a list of species that display this. I know the usual one's like leo's, crocs, and turtles, but does anyone know of any other lizards that display this. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Thanks,

:Josh


The Australin water dragon is another species whose sex determination is dependant upon incubation temperaures. Check out www.agamainternational.com Bert Langerwerf is undoubtedly the most knowledgeable, and experienced keeper of this species. Plus, he's a great guy to boot, he's always willing to answer questions. Hope this helps.
Paul Kemes


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