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RE: Helmeted Iguanas

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Posted by: jerrytresser at Fri Oct 19 20:30:16 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by jerrytresser ]  
   

First off, I am glad that they are not that popular because they are inexpensive and very enjoyable with easy maintenance. I have 2 of the 2 species. These are egg layers, and yes I am attempting to breed them. I have a small colony of each. The 3rd species Percarinatus are live bearers and are not that easily obtainable here in the states. I keep my fingers crossed. They are really a nice lizard. They will take a variety of foods. They also do well with silkworms and wax worms. etc.


   

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