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Posted by jcbw1 on February 18, 2003 at 07:04:48:
In Reply to: Re: Xenosaurus posted by 59herps on February 17, 2003 at 21:55:52:
Sounds good thanks alot. I would be interested in buying a few, but I would like to learn more about them first. I will be away for the next couple of days, when I get back I will talk to you more.
:Nice to meet you. I am very happy someone else also has interest in xenosaurus. I keep them and plan to breed them. There are a few rare live bearing lizards out there (most notable are new zealand green geckos and the karaoake which may be extinct). Xenosaurus are not common by any means and the species I keep is only found in one volcanoe crater. I am sending you an invitation to join a group that I just started today about Xenosaurus. I can direct you to people to buy them from costing $250-$425 each. I think the 250 is the same species as I have and the $450 is a rarer species in captivity but not in nature.