How do you breed lizards?
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For many hobbyists, the successful captive breeding of a lizard species is a hallmark of good husbandry. If the lizards are comfortable enough in their surroundings to breed, it indicates that the artificial environment provided is acceptable. In order for this to happen, you have to take care of as many variables as possible.
I used to breed bluebelly lizards and i fed each tank 15 crickets each a day, but each tank had 5-7 lizards, so about 2-3 crickets. Although, it also depends on the size of the lizard. Large lizards that eats other lizards or small mammals usually only need to eat from a range of once every 3-7 days
Saguaro cacti elf owls horned lizards and fire ants all share the same area of a desert Which of the following groups is a population?
If they can inter-breed then they are considered in the same population. In my mind, a population is the same as a species. So, in answer to you question, each one has their own population. I don't know much about some of them, but I am pretty sure that none of them can inter-breed. Saguaro cacti elf owls horned lizards fire ants All separate populations. Together they make up the community of the area of…
Not a very specific question. lizard is a pretty general term....a komodo dragon bite to a dog would probably be harmful. Some species of lizards might be toxic when eaten by a dog. In terms of keeping both as pets in the same household i suppose it would depend on the breed/species as well as the living conditions in the household.
It is thought that the presence of western fence lizards diminishes the danger of transmission of Lyme Disease by ticks. The incidence of Lyme disease is lower in areas where the lizards occur, and it has been found that when ticks carrying Lyme disease feed on these lizards (which they commonly do, especially around their ears), the bacteria that cause the disease are killed. No. I used to breed them and did plenty of research…