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 #2309220


Emhomes
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 Introducing new lizard

Hey Y’all. We’ve had a female eastern fence for about 15 months and yesterday we found a new juvie female(I think). Right now I have them in a divided 30 gal tank with coconut bedding and UVA/UVB lights. What experiences have you guys had with introducing a new lizard to an older solitary one? Any advice is appreciated. == I can’t get my pics to post for you to see it



09/01/14  09:22am

 #2309251


Takahiro111
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  Message To: Emhomes   In reference to Message Id: 2309220


 Introducing new lizard

Reptiles are solitary animals they aren’t like dogs they don’t need a buddy to be happy the only time reptiles would be together if their fighting over food,females or territory in the wild. Keep them seperated so they won’t get stressed but overall they can be put together only for breeding if that’s not a female.



09/01/14  01:13pm

 #2309314


Reptile Observer
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2309251


 Introducing new lizard

I just put the other one in there and if they start fighting then I separate.... But they should be fine so you said coconut fiber?? Soil is really the best in my opinion but that should work fine



09/02/14  05:15pm

 #2309338


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Reptile Observer   In reference to Message Id: 2309314


 Introducing new lizard

Don’t use soil..



09/03/14  05:57am

 #2309344


Reptile Observer
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2309338


 Introducing new lizard

Really??? Cause I’ve never anything but that



09/03/14  07:59am

 #2309356


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Reptile Observer   In reference to Message Id: 2309344


 Introducing new lizard

Sorry I meant for anoles.

Febce lizards love sand and soil.



09/03/14  01:34pm

 #2309367


Reptile Observer
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2309356


 Introducing new lizard

Sand isn’t really good for them



09/03/14  04:56pm

 #2309377


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Reptile Observer   In reference to Message Id: 2309367


 Introducing new lizard

But soil is?



09/03/14  05:56pm

 #2309383


Takahiro111
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2309377


 Introducing new lizard

I used a jungle mix soil and days later I found tiny clear bugs in the tank but it wasn’t mites...I bathe my reptiles, dried them and cleaned their cages.



09/03/14  06:29pm

 #2309397


ReptileGOD
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  Message To: Takahiro111   In reference to Message Id: 2309383


 Introducing new lizard

Oh good job.



09/03/14  07:37pm

 #2309398


KrazyKelli
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  Message To: ReptileGOD   In reference to Message Id: 2309397


 Introducing new lizard

Fence lizards rock, yo. Before I go into how you can help them, can you post a photo of the tank?

On the by, awesome job with having a divider up. You thought ahead on keeping them separate and I’m cool with that.



09/03/14  07:55pm

 #2309421


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  Message To: KrazyKelli   In reference to Message Id: 2309398


 Introducing new lizard

Dude you are know my bud because I love fencies!!!!!! Maybe you can help me out I’m babysitting 7 fencies on Friday night to the next Friday so yet I’mtrying to make these guys ffeel at home there is 3 baby’s and 4 adults!!! 2 males 2 females!!!



09/04/14  06:59am


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