||78 to 88 during the day with a slight
reduction at night.
||Up to 36" (with most of the lenght being
||Species feed primarily on crickets,
mealworms, superworms, with some species even taking earthworms. Vitamins/Calcium
should be provided 3-4 times each week by dusting the food. A feeding of
once per day for very young species should be provided with an every other
day schedule for adults. Some species show an individual preference for
plant and vegetable material.
||Due to their territorial nature it is
suggested that they are kept individually.
||Successful permanent maintenace over
several generations requires large (60 gallon minimum) well planted terrarium
with large rocks, climbing branches, and if possible a cork back wall.
The use of Repti-Bark or ESU Lizard Litter should be used as a substrate.
Artificial silk plants can be used to provide a "natural" appearance without
having to worry about care. Fresh drinking water, daily misting, and a
suitable basking area should be made available. Ultraviolet light with
UVA and UVB should be provided for 8-10 hours each day.