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Old 28-03-2006, 11:47 AM
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Is there any here? What do you keep? What would you like to keep?
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Old 28-03-2006, 01:02 PM
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Hi Miqe

I've always fancied keeping Lacerta viridis, but if they were available, L. schreiberi would be very nice...

One of my problems is that I've never seen decent quality captive bred Lacertas for sale, other than Timon lepidus.

What about yourself?

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I keep some Timon lepidus, Podarcis sicula cettii, Podarcis pityusensis kameriana.

Hoping to get Podarcis milensis this year and maybe Lacerta agilis exigua..
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The Podarcis species are very nice. How do you find them? I've heard that in most quiet reptile rooms, these guys are extremely shy, but that if you keep them in busy areas (living room, kitchen etc) they can get really bold.

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The Podarcis species are very nice. How do you find them? I've heard that in most quiet reptile rooms, these guys are extremely shy, but that if you keep them in busy areas (living room, kitchen etc) they can get really bold.

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Find them... Well, trough friends and the Hamm-show.

It depends of the species actually, and on the individual. At least it seems that way. I have all my animals in a separate building, and some come up at the front of the terraria when I enter the room. They are really nice animals to keep, even though some species are really territorial.
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If you look here, http://www.lacerta.de/englische-Vers...-englisch.html and press the "Breeders"-button, you will find some people that breeds some species.
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