A photo of my U. a. nigriventris
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Here are a couple photos of a couple of my uromastyx. My name is Tom Greb and I am from the US. I have made friends with Evert over the last few years and he is a very good person. He invited me to post photos of some of my animals. Although I specialize mostly in Sauromalus I also love Uromastyx.

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I hope this works. We will now see. LOL.

Kindest regards
Tom Greb
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#2
Welcome, the photo's are beatifull. Big Grin
Grtz Reinier.
0.0.2 iguana iguana
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Welocme Tom Wink
Nice pictures of beautifull lizards Big Grin
2 kinderen, 1 hond, 4 katten, 2 konijnen, 2 cavia's, 6 sagrei anolissen, 3 langstaart hagedisjes en 2 leguanen Lizzy en Dino
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welcome here, Tom,
what a beautifull animals :roll: Wink Wink
Tessoro  en Bimbo (iguana iguana rhinolopha)
een hond, Philos (X border collie / friese stabij)
http://drakieonline.haaralbums.nl/
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#5
Thank you for the compliments on the uros. I have some other pictures to post of Sauromalus, dipsosaurus etc. As soon as I have time I will. Evert said he will ty to get with the site person and make shutterfly work. Evert made it so I can post pictures but I would join your group as I see it is a good one with a good cause. You Dutch are very welcoming and dedicated people and I thank you for that. I really enjoy the site and look forward to talking with you. And also thankyou for writing in English to me.

Has anyone incubated geyri or acanthinurus eggs? I have 2 clutches or Moroccan eggs and one clutch of geyri eggs. I set them up like I do my Sauromalus eggs. Not very scientific but my success with chuckwalla hatching is almost 100%. All I do is soak fine grade vermiculite in warm water then squeeze as hard as I can all the excess water out and it is good to go. I did this with one clutch of acanthinurus eggs and they seem great over a month into incubation. I mixed the other clutch as suggested by Wilms as a verm to water ration of 4 to 1 by weight. The eggs started to indent only a week into incubation and more water had to be added. I took an old syringe and injected water in the bottom of the vermiculite as so it would not contact the eggs. They returned to good form again after about 2-3 days. I am incubating at 90 F or about 32 C. Any input on this?

Also I see now you have a forum for introductions. I am sorry I should have put mine there.

Kindest
Tom
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#6
Those are reallly colourful animals you have.
They look beautiful and very healthy.
Do you have pictures of the terra also ?
We are addicted to photos, here on the forum :oops: Big Grin
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#7
Diana

I answered in my other post.

Tom
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