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Posted by: gwarlad at Wed Apr 11 20:16:49 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by gwarlad ]  
   

Hi,

Just wondering if anyone can give me a link or any info regarding long-tailed asian grass lizards? I was given three as a gift several months ago, and while the little guys are thriving incredibly on the setup I've created based on info I've found, I'm just wondering if a little extra would do them some good.

Seems like what I've found elsewhere online is just recycled info.

I have 2 females and a male. One of them is on a cycle for laying eggs, and she does so about once a month, usually three in a clutch, but they always die or get crushed. The first time, she laid them on their heat-rock, and by the time I found them , the eggs had been basically fried, no pun intended.

Thanks in advance.


   

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