Basic Information
  Other Information

Long Tailed Grass Lizard Health Information

Long Tailed Grass Lizards should be kept in terrariums of at least 15 gallons in size with screen lids. Full spectrum UV lighting is recommended. The basking spot should be between 90 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit, and the ambient temperature of the tank should be in the low 80s during the day and the low 70s at night. Humidity should be around 70 percent, and for this reason, substrates like peat moss or bark chips may work nicely. Daily misting can also help. The terrarium should afford lots of hiding opportunities and often live plants may provide humidity as well as hiding places. Branches for climbing should be available. They should be fed three to four times each week, though growing juveniles should be fed daily. In captivity, Long Tailed Grass Lizards eat insects like crickets, house flies, fruit flies, superworms, waxworms, butterworms and other grubs. Make sure the diet is varied as a diet consisting only of grubs may not be nutritionally complete.

Long Tailed Grass Lizards usually lay two to three eggs. Mating may be stimulated through use of full spectrum lights and varied photoperiods.

Complete List
Agama - Bearded Dragon Agama - Black Agama - Butterfly Agama - Flying Dragon Agama - Frilled Dragon
Agama - Golden Agama - Hardun Agama - Tree Dragon Ameiva - Green Ameiva - Jungle
Alligator - American Crocodile - American Anole - Bahaman Anole - Green Anole - Knight
Basilisk - Brown Beaded Lizard Caiman - Spectacled Chameleon - 4 Horn Collared Lizard
Gecko - Bibron's Giant Legless Lizard Gila Monster Helmeted Iguana - Forest Horned Toad
Lacerta - Jeweled Long Tailed Grass Lizard Monitor - Argus Sailfin Dragon Sand Lizard
Skink - Crocodile Spiny Lizard - Crevice Sudan Plated Lizard Swift - Emerald Tegu - Black and White
Thorny Devil Uromastyx - Egyptian Water Dragon - Chinese Water Dragon - Striped

  Latest news about Water Dragon - Striped

copyright lizardssite.info

This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Long_Tailed_Grass_Lizard".
eXTReMe Tracker