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RE: Holaspis guentheri questions

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Posted by: jan01 at Wed Oct 12 15:44:17 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by jan01 ]  
   

You can find a lot of info in an article (volume 2 issue 3) wich you can download at www.podarcis.nl. You only have to register, the download is free.

Recently a book appeared from the same author (M. Kroniger) about H. laevis. The problem is it's only available in german.

Altough your cage is a bit on the small side i think it's possible. I am keeping Holaspis for several years now (my oldest animal is an
9 year old male!, and still going strong). They breed easily, sometimes up to 6-7 clutches per year. The eggs are easy to incubate. I keep them in a fairly simple vivarium like setup, with a bit of a cooling down period in the winter over here (the Netherlands) to temper their productivity a bit (and give the female some rest). This works very well. They are active all day and become tame quite fast, when they are hungry i have to be real careful when i open the cage.
Hope this is of some help, good luck!


   

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