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ATT: NEW CORUCIA KEEPERS-something to realize


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Posted by Brian-SFCRC on May 05, 2003 at 08:30:06:

In Reply to: ATT: NEW CORUCIA KEEPERS-something to realize posted by Brian-SFCRC on May 05, 2003 at 07:38:43:

:SOUTHERN FLORIDA CORUCIA RESEARCH CENTER (SFCRC)

Opps! Misspelled Arboreal disregard Arborial sorry!

Brian
SFCRC

:Hello to all who apply,

:It has come to my attention that some of you new to the world of Corucia zebrata, may not know of the climbing needs of this species. This a high-canopy Arborial species with a STLI (Skink Trophic Level Index) value of .17 which is the highest of the Scincidae (Skink family). A PTS (or MTS as some are using as nomenclature) cannot live in a bare Aquarium with items only at ground level. This is good (not the bare aspect though)for a Blue-Tongue with a STLI of .09, but NOT a PTS! If this is new news to you, please follow this advice.

:Thank you for your attention,

:Sincerely,
:Brian
:SFCRC





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