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RE: Amphisbaeidae, Rhineura floridana (worm lizard)

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Posted by: caecilianman02 at Sun Jul 18 00:38:25 2004  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by caecilianman02 ]  
   

Hi there:

As you can tell from my username, my specialty in my reptile zoo is caecilians. Amphisbaeidaes are not kept much, so it is hard to locate care info. Some consider these an order of there own. Actually, the care of terrestrial caecilians is quite a bit different. Caecilians like it whre it is wet and like foggers and misting systems. A worm lizard likes it dry and hot. I might recommend mixing in some sand with the soil. Where was this found? If you are interested in tobserving this animal, I highly recommend the Exo-Terra underground veiwing den.


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