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RE: Yarrow's spinies

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Posted by: Crotaphytuskidd at Mon Aug 6 22:46:07 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Crotaphytuskidd ]  
   

Hi Esther,

thanks for your input. I've had the opportunity to watch these guys in the wild too....It was really neat. sort of like watching Chuckwallas. Just in the mountains. A friend of mine who breeds them suggested I try the screen cage, as he has had success with them. I figured I may as well try it. They seem to utilize every part of the cage, their darting seems to go uninhibited. They come down to get insects that i offer. Kinda interesting. I'm thinking about creating a large Madrean mountain style viv. Possibly with some Mountain Short Horned Lizards and a few more Yarrow's if these continue to do well. What sorts of insects do yours favor? Any keeping tips you'd like to impart?

thanks again!!

-Phil


   

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