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armadillo lizards, forest flame bellied

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Posted by: troy_mclure at Sun Nov 11 11:42:58 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by troy_mclure ]  
   

i have 3 armadillo lizards, 2 flame bellied, and 1 forest.

the larger flame belly, borris,(supposedly a female) has a white belly, and orange "beak", we have had her since june.
the smaller flame belly has an orange belly and the orange "beak". we just got it(him),no name yet, yesterday.
the forest, spunky, we have had since july, we got "him" as a captive bred juvenile.



we currently have them sharing a 40b aquarium with a female ornate uromastix, cactus butt, with plenty of hidey holes.

we are feeding them superworms as they ignore crickets. they ignore all fruits and stuff.
all 3 are very skittish(the uro is really friendly and calm), and tend to hide most of the day.

info is very scarce on these guys so any advise is appreciated.


   

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