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Posted by 59herps on August 28, 2002 at 00:10:41:
In Reply to: It could also be a brown anole... posted by Esther on August 27, 2002 at 19:01:16:
:A picture would certainly help. Meanwhile, set him up in a 5 or 10 gallon aquarium with a screen top. You can use ESU Jungle Mix lizard litter or something similar as a substrate. Put in a small live potted plant or some nice silk vines and a climbing branch. For the long term, he'll need a good UVB (ultra violet B) fluorescent bulb and fixture, calcium powder to shake his tiny crickets in (like shake and bake--add a bit to the bag the crickets come in and shake) every third feeding, and a plant mister. Anoles drink their water off of leaves and the sides of the tank as drops. When he gets bigger, he will also enjoy mealworms.
:For now, he will benefit from 2 week old crickets and wingless fruit flies (available through the mail).