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RE: South American Lizard ?

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Posted by: Spawn at Sun Mar 15 17:39:35 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Spawn ]  
   

Hello:
Plica plica and Plica umbrina are the two species I have seen most commonly. You should be able to find photos on the net plugging in the names.
In my experience these guys seem to be a little on the difficult side to keep though not impossible. I've noticed that they prefer much smaller food items than one might think. They also like a lot of natural cover and vertical perching sites to make it more like their natural habitat.
Have a Great Day!!!


   

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