I read some of your posts about desert iguanas and was impressed with your knowledge. I caught (among other things) a desert iguana in the Mojave and brought it home to Minnesota. It is doing well and has turned into a cricket predator. He is sharing a 40 gallon breeder with a California whiptail and a Horned lizard. They all get along very well. The other day my tubby desert iguana was no longer tubby. I am going to search for eggs tonight. If I find some - what is to be done? I know - 95f, but in what kind of soil, when do I rotate the eggs etc. If they manage to hatch in the tank, I think the whiptail would gobble them up. Any help that you could offer would be valuable to me. I couldn't believe how fast they are for their size. Thank you in advance for your help.
hi, just seen your thread on here, when you caught the American Black Kingsnake. We have one we have been trying to identify as we were sold it as it mexican black. We havnt been able to find one that was exactly the same markings, like the one you caught, we thought it was a eastern. can i ask if the yellow fine lines, as they are fading, will it lose them and turn all black on the top ? with chequre board black and white underneath ? our's is bout 15mths old. her yellow markings are fading at every shed, but they are still there........ thanx ....ann
Hey, hows your camping going so far? I saw your little kingsnake, I was impressed! I've not been able to get out yet, but I'm going out to pack my stuff right now. Maybe I'll get to head up north this Thursday or something