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RE: Japalura

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Posted by: Al_frog at Thu Jan 17 01:31:45 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Al_frog ]  
   

Show us some pictures! I have been curious about these but haven't seen any live yet. And let us know about your experiences as they settle in. I have a Bronchocela cristatella which is a species that is supposedly very shy and hard to keep and I would say that is not a deserved reputation, although it may be true for some individuals. I had two and one did die that had laid two clutches of eggs, the remaining one has always been quite forward coming and when I have it on my hand it drinks water drops and is very calm to handle. I will be interested to hear what the Japalura are like.


   

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