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Anoles should be exposed to full spectrum UV lighting for about 13 hours a day. Many anoles do not drink water from a dish; instead they lick water droplets from leaves. It is important to recognize this when setting up a captive environment. Many will set up misting systems or sprays, which allow water to fall upon leaves mimicking dew drops or rain.

Green Anoles breed from late March through early October. The female will lay a single white egg, which will then be covered. Green Anole eggs are typically seen under leaves, decaying wood, and in urban areas in trash. Their young will hatch sometime between two to five weeks later. In captivity breeding can be initiated if light periods are maintained for 14 plus hours a day and high temperatures, ranging between 88 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit, are set. Since the Green Anole likes to bury its eggs, in captivity a variety of substances can be used to imitate the natural environment. Some common ones are, sand, sawdust, peat, and moist soil.

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