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Emerald Swift Breeding ????? Sceloporus malachiticus


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Posted by cheyenness on April 26, 2003 at 17:59:11:

Hi everyone, I am new here and I am sure I will have lots of questions for you all in the near future :o)

I am going to start by asking if ANYONE has info on breeding Emerald swifts (Sceloporus malachiticus). At what age do they mature, Do they do better in pairs, as a trio or in groups, How long untill the young are born, etc?

I know they are live bearers and that they max out at about 8". I know what they eat and how often, etc.

I have searched the web numerous times and still can not find specific breeding info on these guys.

If anybody out there can help me with this, PLEASE, PLEASE HELP!!!!

Thanks

Chey

Oh, as a side note..... I currently have white lined geckos, Emerald swifts and marble geckos. :o)



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