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NameRICK
Date2016-05-05
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MessageGOOD WEBSITE ON HLS JUST NEEDS TO BE UPDATED AS THERE ARE MANY NEW PRODUCTS OUT THERE TO HELP IN THERE EVERYDAY CARE.


NameJohn boyer
Date2015-12-20
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MessageSpent many a day walking the desert surrounding white sands while in the service, 1964-1968. Would never have believed horned toad populations could decline as much as they have. (No, didnt keep any as a pet). Are fire ants that much of a problem, and what do u do to combat them?
Human populations in that area dont seem to be increasing exponentially, since its still a closed missile range. Any other causes of decline?


NameDavid Grow
Date2010-11-11
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MessageHello. I'm very interested in current HL husbandry and I'd like to get your opinions. I was curator of herpetology at the Oklahoma City Zoo for 22 years where we bread a variety of interesting lizards, inclding Chameleo, Chlamydosaurus, Heloderma, Uromastyx and Varanus. We kept Phrynosoma cornutum in the mid/late 90's and hatched quite a few. As I remember we fed very few ants, acidifying drinking water instead. Well, Ive slept sence then. Anybody working in that direction? Any success or has it not worked. How did you acidify the water if it worked? Has anyone laid down and watched what the lizards really are eating? I tried but it was too freaking hot. But picking apart lizard poop in those spots,(we know it was HL poop because we watched them do it)we found flower beetle parts made up the majority, at least in that location.
I'm working with a new natural history center in SW Oklahoma that is very interested in improving our understaning of Phrynosoma and its conservation. I'd really like to develop a dialoge with people who appreciate these goals. Look forward to hearing from you. David


NameLinda Burns
Date2010-02-28
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MessageI saved some horn toads from being run over on our little fm road. Let them loose at my house in the mountains. I have been doing this for about 5 years and this past summer I saw about 4 baby 2 inch horn toads. I was hoping I was doing the right thing and now I know they are surving and multipling.


Namemike walker
Date2009-11-07
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Messagethanks for the info on HL and i am trying to take care of 1 any info you could send would be great

Mike,louisville,ky


NameDianna Ross
Date2009-08-02
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MessageJust getting started taking care of our first horned lizzard and have ordered ants to feed him. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you


NameRob Troutman
Date2009-07-26
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MessageMy eight year olds are going short horn crazy I am trying to convice them to leave the awsome lizards alone but of coarse want them as pets AHHHHHH. smilie smilie


Namemelissa harrington
Date2009-07-14
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Messagei wish i knew about ants alive years ago


NameAbran Mendoza
Date2008-12-27
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MessageHi my name is Abran i have one Texas horned lizard as a pet.I have had him for three years. smilie


NameAbran
Date2008-11-28
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MessageHi my name is Abran and I have two Texas horned lizards, one male the other is a female.I have always loved horned lizards. Scene I was a kid I have always been amused by them. smilie


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