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NameMike Carpenter
Date2006-02-24
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MessageAbsolute wonderful site! Keep up the great field work, research and photos!


Namereptilist
Date2005-12-23
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MessageHowdy Cable!
Nice website you got here, thanks for the link!


NameKenna & Faith Ruckey
Date2005-09-10
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MessageWe live in Lubbock, Texas and have just moved to the country where we have found several small Horned lizards in our back yard. We don't want to capture them but would like to make our yard VERY horned Lizard friendly. That means living areas, food and water. Any suggestions? we'd like to help them thive here!


NameMark Justice
Date2005-08-16
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MessageThis is a most excellent site! I recently acquired a pair of Desert Horned lizards from the Mojave Desert (Yermo, CA near Barstow). I reside in Temecula CA, north of San Diego and have seen a few of the coastal variety of HR near my home and there is a great source of ants. If my pair do not appear healthy, I will release them here. Chat later...

/*M*/ smilie


Namemelissa
Date2005-08-08
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Messagewhat a delightful website! i have been looking for information that was useful and you have it. thanks!


Nameaustin coates
Date2005-07-30
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Messagegoin huntin on sunday smilie


NameJohn McGroarty
Date2005-07-12
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Messageive kept many reptiles before but never these horned lizards i bought these lizards ar a reptile show couple days ago and was lied to about the care, just wanted to thank u for provided this info so i can give them the care they need to live a full healthy life.


NameJill Lundy
Date2005-06-07
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MessageI am so thankful I found this website. I have recently purchased 2 horned lizards. I have several years reptile experiance,and felt I was ready for a more chalenging spiecies. I am glad that there is so much information available to help me care for them properly. I don't know if I have boys, girls , or one of each. Is there a way to tell by pores, coloratin, hemipenile bulges ? would I have to get the vet to do probe to sex them? They were together in the same cage at the store and were not agressive toward each other. If they are both boys would they be aggresive or not to each other? Then again if one of them lays eggs I guess I will know for sure. Jill Lundy


NameGeckoboy03
Date2005-05-08
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MessageI really like the website, it is very well done. It has great info and tells people what they need to know. I like the pics too.


NameLuis Alvanio
Date2005-05-05
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MessageMagnificent care info. You show that these lizards arent easy to keep and you show how to keep them correctly.
Sadly they are collected by tourist,kids,hobbyiest in my sister/brother in laws state only to die .


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