Lizard Care from A to Z
The A stands for anoles, the Z for zonosaurs-and both potential and current lizard owners will find descriptions of many lizard species. To keep lizards active and healthy in captivity, owners need to know about each variety's habitat, diet, and special requirements. The authors provide all of this information, and much more. Color photos, drawings, glossary, and bibliography.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Handling Your Lizards
Conditioning and Breeding Your Lizards
Big Lizards Big Cages
The Desert Terrarium
The Savanna Terrarium
The WoodlandForest Terrarium
The Semiaquatic Terrarium
Other editions - View all
agamids arboreal babies basilisks basking bearded dragon blue blue-tongued bred breeding broad-headed skinks brown burrow cage humidity calcium captive chameleons chuckwalla clutches collared lizards crickets Cunningham's skinks dark day geckos Description desert diet dorsal easily eggs emerald Emerald tree monitors eublepharine feed feet females femoral pores genus glass lizard gravid green iguana ground color habitat hardy hatch heliothermic hemipenes herpetoculture hobbyists horned lizards inches incubation indoor insectivorous lizards insects Keeping knight anoles larger length leopard geckos light limbs lizard species mealworms mice nest Nile monitors ocellated skink oviparous pet trade photoperiod plants racerunners readily reptiles rock lizards rodents savanna scales sealant skinks smaller specimens spiny lizards spiny-tailed striped subspecies substrate tail tank tegus temperature terraria terrarium terrestrial throat tion tree monitors tropical usually vary vegetables veiled chameleon vitamin warm water dish water dragons whiptails wild wire