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kimix
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551 posts

# Posted: 4 Jul 2012 16:56


I've been looking for this species for years, I am so excited I finally found them!!!!!

4 Lined Plated Lizard - Zonosaurus quadrilineatus










Kim Klisiak
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Mh530
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522 posts

# Posted: 4 Jul 2012 19:39


wow..awesome!! Those are some awesome pictures! I really like the lizard too! very cool.


They say evolution made this...
But only God could make something so small and yet so perfect.

Megan H
vivariman
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590 posts

# Posted: 4 Jul 2012 21:17


lol that 3rd picture reminds me of a slug

Mh530
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# Posted: 5 Jul 2012 01:34


yeah..it does sort of!!


They say evolution made this...
But only God could make something so small and yet so perfect.

Megan H
Jawsofafrog
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1242 posts

# Posted: 12 Jul 2012 10:06


Awesome. I never seen this species in real life at a store or show, only on kingsnake.


1.0.0 Tanimbar Island Blue Tongue Skink T. scincoides chimaerea Silver Phase
0.1.0 Variable King snake Lampropeltis Thayeri Mexicana
0.0.1 Western Hognose snake Heterodon nasicus
2.0.0 Green tree frog Hyla
kimix
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551 posts

# Posted: 14 Jul 2012 17:37


It was the same for me, I had only seen photos online. I was in total shock when I walked into the show and there were just sitting there on the table. It felt like there shoulda been a spot light and music playing to display their awesome presence. lol

I also have my first funny story from these. I tossed in crickets a few days ago and one of them grabbed another by the tail, pretty near the end, and started dragging him across the cage, the on being dragged just goes limp and lets himself be dragged, it reminded me of when you see a dog walking another dog with his leash. So he drags him about 3feet, turns and starts to drag him back the other direction, then starts to drag up him a slab of cork bark, the lizard being dragged has now flipped and is being dragged on his back. I finally decided to rescue the poor guy so I grabbed the one doing the dragging so he would release the other.

Its one of those moments you wish you had a video camera sitting ready.


Kim Klisiak
My Pet List - http://www.thetoepad.com/pets.php
bschwinn
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2594 posts

# Posted: 14 Jul 2012 19:57


That behaviour sounds like a female displaying non receptive breeding behaviour, like Uromastyx do.

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