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RE: Sceleporus species

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Posted by: Amazonreptile at Thu Apr 30 12:55:34 2009  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Amazonreptile ]  
   

>>You guys are local to me, and I've bought many animals from you. If I bring this little guy in, could you maybe identify him more specifically?

Yeah, I'll be here most of today and my staff is here every day! In Mira Loma I expect you to have Sceleporus occidentalis

I'm mostly concerned about giving him proper care, and I need to find out what he is to do that. I found him locally in Mira Loma, at a little shopping plaza of all places!

They are super common, we catch them in the store sometimes. They visit from the vacant field behind our biz.

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>>I did a little more looking on the web after you identified the genus, please look at the link and see if this is what he might be...thanks
>>Link

The link is for the Sagebrush lizard. It is "possible" but not likely. Sagebrish lizards are mostly found at high elevation. Like up in the Lake Arrowhead region. Bring it in we'll get specific.

Care is the same as for bearded dragons for the entire genus no matter the species.

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