Husbandry Manual for Tiliqua rugosa

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Husbandry Manual for Tiliqua rugosa

Postby Scotts1au » Sat Mar 26, 2011 2:54 am

Came across this recently thought I would share.

http://nswfmpa.org/Husbandry%20Manuals/ ... Lizard.pdf
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Postby Jeff » Sat Mar 26, 2011 3:07 am

Thanks Scott. I just quickly scanned this for about 15 minutes, and it looks very thorough. I will be reading every word in the next day or two. I can never get enough info on these lizards. I really appreciate you taking the time to post stuff like this.
6.10.9 T. s. intermedia
2.2.7 T. s. scincoides
1.2.1 T. nigrolutea
2.2.0 T. r. rugosa
1.2.3 T.g. keyensis
2.0.5 T.s. chimaera
0.0.0. T. occipitalis
0.0.0. T. multifasciata
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Postby Edward » Sat Mar 26, 2011 3:39 pm

Thanks a lot, Scott. Another great resource.
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