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Posted by Tor_de_Fartz on October 08, 2002 at 10:00:58:
In Reply to: Sounds like Eremias suphani. posted by Esther on October 07, 2002 at 21:59:18:
Yep, if it's not that lizard, it's a species in the same genus.
I've noticed a sudden increase in these little lizards showing up in the local shops. In fact, I had never seen them until recently. I'm guessing they are a new fad. People don't seem very interested in them, but if you ask me, they are cool little things. I have one in a twenty high, and it runs around and burrows like crazy. One day, when these little critters stop being imported, folsk are going to want them. that's why I'm thinking of starting a breeding project to getthese little lacertas to reproduce. I had origianlly wanted to breed Phelsumas, probably the gold dust day gecko, but none of the pet stores seem to ba able to get them. Besides, these little lacertas are cheaper. They only cost $5, and they are not something dinky like a green/brown anole (no offense to anole keepers).