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    Horned Lizards

    Definitely my favorite genus of lizards. Hopefully I can obtain more species in the near future.

    P. Asio




    P. Platyrhinos


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    Re: Horned Lizards

    You keep them?! That is so cool! How do you feed them? Do you have to raise ants? Such amazing creatures

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    They're not too bad - mostly feed dubia, and spend a few minutes a day dropping them harvester ants. I get the ants from antsalive.com. The two adults go through about 1,000 ants a month.

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    Wow! That is very awesome!

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    Re: Horned Lizards

    These guys are too cool.

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    P. asio females





    P. modestum females

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    OMG HORNY TOADS!!

    Edit: so cool! do they squirt blood?
    Last edited by Ax01; 06-16-2017 at 02:10 PM.
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    They have such funny fat bodies.
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    Re: Horned Lizards

    Quote Originally Posted by Ax01 View Post
    OMG HORNY TOADS!!

    Edit: so cool! do they squirt blood?
    I know some species do, but not sure if it's throughout the genus or not. I've never seen it in person.


    Quote Originally Posted by GoingPostal View Post
    They have such funny fat bodies.


    The modestum are ridiculous - I watched one spend 10 minutes trying to crawl over a small branch, and it just wasn't happening because of that belly.
    Last edited by RedDevil; 06-17-2017 at 05:14 AM.

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    Some of the platyrhinos chowing on bean beetles.


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