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Posted by RayesReptiles on December 17, 2002 at 23:12:06:

In Reply to: posted by mmarshall13098 on December 17, 2002 at 20:46:02:

Does it look like this?

http://www.wildherps.com/species/C.cristatus.html

They are rainforest lizards from central america, I've worked with them for a number of years... they pop up in the pet trade often as fresh imports. Colors range from almost white, range of tans and browns (most common) to the greens pictured. If this is the lizard feel free to email me, I can tell you all about their care... they are called all sorts of things and "Forest Goblin" wouldn't be suprising.

:I have been trying to identify an agamid (supposedly) type lizard that I saw in a local "pet Shop". They were referring to it as a "Forest Goblin" and weren't able to tell me much more than that it was a "rain forest" arboreal lizard and that it supposedly came from Australia. Characteristics are tapering body to the tail-long tail, triangular head with a smooth fin or crest coming off the back of the head to about the front shoulder region, long slender limbs and toes????? NO spikes , fairly smooth scales. Any ideas or info would be appreciated. I would like to rescue either one or both of these but I want to be sure of what they need as far as habitat and food. thanks

:Mike





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