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More about the bark lizard Lepidophyma flavimaculata


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Posted by Henri on April 28, 2003 at 15:56:25:

In Reply to: More about the bark lizard Lepidophyma flavimaculata posted by Iguana_Girl on April 27, 2003 at 00:41:14:

I have heard of three guys breeding this species, one in Germany and two in France. All seem to be parthenogenetic reproduction.
There is about 7 babies.

That seems quite common once you have a group. I plan to put them in a bigger terrarium and add a few more, in order to have better chances of breeding.

Your lizard looks really big, I would feed him two weeks per month for 100 days or so.


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