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9. Usually takes one to two month to bring them
Diet: They feed on a variety of food including:
Crickets, Meal Worms, Was Worms, and many other
grubs as well as Baby Food as a treat.
Adult size: Not sure of their exact size,
but it seems they get just over a foot long, and
similar body construction that of a Bearded Dragon.
This specie is ideal for beginners, as they tend
to be very docile if handled in a calm manner. They
will stock their prey and have tongue just like
a Chameleon, but a bet shorter. Laudakia stellio
tends to be most active during the day time. Males
as with all the stellio group have a line of pores/scales
running vertically down the middle of the belly.
They can be kept together though during a mating
season, should be given plenty of space as both
sexes become very territorial. Ultra-violet light
is needed for the formation of vitamin D3 and subsequent
uptake of calcium from the diet, and should be provided
during day time. They should have a hot spot in
the cage of 35- 40°C and a cooler spot of 30°C,
during night time lower it down to 20- 25°C.
Provide 30- 40% humidity. This can be achieved by
misting lightly the cage ones to twice a day.
Each adult female will produce up to three clutches
of eggs each year with a clutch size of 6 - 12 eggs.