Collared Lizard (& Videos) – Quick facts

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Collared Lizard - Estern
Collared Lizard - Estern

Collared Lizard, lizard or the cracks can vary from light brown to bright green and blue. Their needs depend on the place of origin. Some will require sand, others will require orchid bark or a means of mulching the soil. Examples from the desert will have a lot of stones, tenants prefer terrestrial forest stones, twigs and leaves. Their average life expectancy is five to eight years.

Beauty Collared Lizard
Beauty Collared Lizard

Collared Lizard eat mainly insects, crickets, flour worms, larvae, wax worms, and earthworms. They will also eat certain fruits and vegetables. You will need to experiment with this to determine what they like. To ensure the water, use a shallow dish with pebbles. This will prevent raw food sinks to the bottom, and lizards will have an easily accessible water.

How to catch a Collared Lizard

Quick facts about these Collared Lizard:

Family: Iguanidae

Origin: Central United States

Size: Adults 15.2- 30.4 cm.

Diet: crickets, flour worms, larvae, wax worms, earthworms.

Water: Provide a shallow dish containing tiny stones.

Terrarium: Aquarium capacity of 75.7 liters with plenty of places to hide (click on the link and look at how to create your own terrarium).

Surface: sand, bark or orchid mass mulch.

Decoration: Stones for species from the desert; branches and leaves for the inhabitants of the forest.

Lighting: Fluorescent light bulbs full spectrum aquarium, electric lamps for heating.

Temperature: During the night of 21.1 ° C, with a warm place to rest, the day 32.2 ° C, with the provided shade.

Compatibility: Can be kept in pairs, with enough space.

Poles: Males are larger and have brighter colors, usually bright colors on the bottom surface.

Warning: lizard with a collar that can inflict serious wounds inexperienced carrier.

Collared Lizard in nature
Collared Lizard in nature

Collared Lizard – Care

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