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Posted by Yann Horstink on March 30, 2003 at 13:22:49:
In Reply to: Green anoles and sharp-ribbed salamanders posted by jbmac on March 30, 2003 at 12:15:47:
I have kept for years an vivarium with Anolis carolinensis and Pleurodeles poirettii, wich I had never problems with. Note that Pleurodeles are almost fully aqautic and seldom seen on land. The vivarium messured 125 x 50 x 50 cm. When you do some more study to this species you will learn that most Anolis doesen't like a high humudity, like to have a good basking spot and are arboreal. P. poiretti and P. walt can get quit big. Females of P. walt can messure a TL of 350 mm.
It's for my opinion not ossible to keep these two species together. The need differant habbitats.
:Can green anoles(anolis carolinensis) live in the same vivarium as sharp-ribbed salamanders(pleurodelis waltl),sorry if i spelled it wrong? The salamanders would live on the ground and they are more of a nocturnal species.
:The tank measurements are as follows: Depth 45cm Length 90cm width 30cm