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    Mexican Arboreal alligator lizard!

    Discussion in 'Reptiles, Amphibians and Other Exotic Pets' started by shells-n-scales, May 7, 2010.

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      just wanted to post some new pics of these little guys. Amazing to watch, such ariations in color. One of my all time favorite lizards. The greener looking animal pictured with the blue male may possibly be gravid. I have a few more photos I haven't uploaded yet.




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      I've never seen those guys before, pretty cool looking. I'm lovin the colors combined with the defined scales.
       
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      Great looking lizards .
       
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      Just how arboreal are these gusy?
       
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      About 50% arboreal, I'd say.
       
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      Wow nice photos, I would say she is pregned too but you never know untill... Actualy Im too waiting for some Green anole eggs to hatch:D way less cooler then your lizards but me love them;) Is Abronia easy to keep? I had once a aligator lizard and it was a blast, I gess its very similar to thouse but way more colorfull.
       
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      Love'm!!!
       
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      Beautiful lizards!
       
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      They are super easy to keep, I'm really considering selling all my bearded dragon colony and just working with these and some other "Cool mountane forest" species of lizards

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      Very nice, i like these. bet they wont be available in the UK.:irked:
       

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