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Posted by Lester G. Milroy III on June 13, 2002 at 09:35:52:
In Reply to: To Lester About hornedlizards.org posted by Chad on June 13, 2002 at 06:43:59:
: I have been trying to search for pics of HL and i saw your post about the Hornedlizards.org site, they have a small pic of a HL with bright RED on his face? Is this a true HL or a doctored pic? if so what species and where is it found?
: Also I read a little bit of the web site it says out of the 13 species 6 of them give live birth, the other 7 lay eggs - do you know which do which?
: Also i would love to see pics of your animals if you got any.
: I am mainly interested in the live bearing species of horned toads, just amazes me especially when like my Jacksons Chameleons drop Little Live babys out and they fall to the ground - would love to see HL do this?
: Thanks in Advance
:Chad, the picture is that of the HLs main defense of "blood squirting." It is a defensive tactic used against mainly canines. The HL is the Texas HL if I remember correctly. Most of the live-bearers are from Mexico. We have one species, the Shorthorned Lizard, in the U.S. that is a live-bearer. When hornedlizards.com is up and running, you will see pictures of my HLs. You will see pictures of all HL species and their range information. Stay tuned. Lester G. Milroy III