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Old 14-08-2009, 08:56 PM
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hay every1 i'm thinking of getting collard lizards as any1 got any info on them any help would b appreciated thanx
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Old 14-08-2009, 10:27 PM
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Sorry, dont know anything about them but..... saw one today for the first time in our local rep shop - he was stunning and looked a proper character - couldn't see a price tho and i was in a bit of a hurry to ask.
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There is a member on here who breeds them and owns a few. I think this is her,

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Drop her a pm. I also think she has created a website.

Hope that helps,
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thanx for youer help peps
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i used to have a pair of collareds, and i think the best thing you can do for them is to give them LOTS of space. They may only be uqite small lizards, but they have got to be one of the most active species I've seen!
Height is as important as floor space because they love to climb.
They're full of character and really cheeky once they have settled with you and are extremely friendly.

i used to let mine out in the room to chase crickets and sometimes they would run on their back legs, a really awesome sight

theres a bit of info here: Ians Vivarium International Reptile Community Forum | View topic - Collared Lizard Care Sheet
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would that be the 1 in tropical team in gatshed if it is it looks very nice my girlfrend wonts it 2
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i used to have a pair of collareds, and i think the best thing you can do for them is to give them LOTS of space. They may only be uqite small lizards, but they have got to be one of the most active species I've seen!
Height is as important as floor space because they love to climb.
They're full of character and really cheeky once they have settled with you and are extremely friendly.

i used to let mine out in the room to chase crickets and sometimes they would run on their back legs, a really awesome sight

theres a bit of info here: Ians Vivarium International Reptile Community Forum | View topic - Collared Lizard Care Sheet
thanx eeji that info was help full
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