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whats a good abroreal lizard(besides cresties lol) u would recommend for a 55gallon??

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  • whats a good abroreal lizard(besides cresties lol) u would recommend for a 55gallon??

    i would like to put my 55 gallon aquarium up right so its real tall..what have u guys enjoyed keping that would be good in this abroreal setup?? just always up for new reptiles that i would really enjoy to keep..thanks!!

  • #2
    frilled dragon! very cool lizard. i want one bad but need to build a cage for it
    1.0.1 crestie
    0.1.1 garg
    1.0. bearded dragon
    0.1 emperor scorpion

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    • #3
      an adult leachie,but they are expensive !

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      • #4
        A quartet of Lygodactylus. ^_^
        But actually, that arrangement would only work for nocturnal reptiles--so, no frilled dragon, no lygos. The Leachie would be a neat choice.
        (With glass on the top, a UVB light couldn't be used, which is why it would only work for nocturnal species that don't require UVB).

        A pair of Tokays would likely be entertaining. Maybe some Tarentola annularis.
        --Winged Wolf
        Eclipse Exotics
        http://www.eclipseexotics.com
        21.58 BPs in collection, 1.1 BP hatchlings, 1.1 super dwarf reticulated pythons, 0.1 Lygodactylus williamsi, 0.1 Lygodactylus angularis, 1.1 Lygodactylus conradti, 0.8 Lepidodactylus lugubris

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        • #5
          Hey.
          I have a pair of Frillies,their no way that it'll work for them.
          I've got a pair a Gargoyle Gecko's,their decent climbers,they'll work in that,and they don't require much in heating,room temps be good, maybe slightly warmer,anything over high 70's could stress them out,I feed mine crickets,crested gecko diet,baby food fruit as apple sauce,pears etc;
          caution thou;They will eat smaller lizards,so make sure if getting a pair, there close to the same size.I keep mine separated right now.





          I also breed White-Lined Gecko's,their incredible climbers!!keep temps under 80,mist a couple times a day,mine are eating large crickets,applesauce with crested gecko diet mixed in,small bowl of calcium powder.My females are starting to get their calcium sacs, on their necks.(v. good sign).Even thou there closely related to Tokays,there nowhere near as mean!My Tokay's Bite the living H#ll out of me.!


          could also try Gaint Day Gecko's,Marbled Gecko's.

          Joe M.
          www.dragonslare.com
          1.4. Frilled Dragons, 4.5.0.15 Bearded Dragons, 1.4.31.24 Crested Geckos, 1.4.0.2 Halmahera Giant Geckos (marginata), 1.1. Gargoyle Geckos, 3.8.6.4 Leopard Geckos, 1.5.1.20 Chinese Cave Geckos, 2.1.2.4 Fat-Tail Geckos, 1.1. Mossy LeafTail Gecko's, 0.1 Henkeli LeafTail Gecko, 0.3. African Banded Velvet Gecko's, 0.0.2 Madagascan Giant Day Gecko's, 1.0. Veiled Chameleons, .1.1. Cyrtodactylus irianjayaensis 1.1. Cyrtodactylus intermedius 1.4.Tibetan Frog-Eyed Gecko's

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          • #6
            The giant days would need UVB, though.
            --Winged Wolf
            Eclipse Exotics
            http://www.eclipseexotics.com
            21.58 BPs in collection, 1.1 BP hatchlings, 1.1 super dwarf reticulated pythons, 0.1 Lygodactylus williamsi, 0.1 Lygodactylus angularis, 1.1 Lygodactylus conradti, 0.8 Lepidodactylus lugubris

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