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NSW Baby Blue Tongue Skink Lizards for sale NSW Central Coast

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MathewD

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NSW Eastern Baby Blue Tongue Lizards born Jan 2019 For Sale

Great first pet or add to your reptile collection.

Price: $ 50

Species Common Name Eastern Blue Tongue Lizard / Skink.

Age: Born Jan 12th 2019

Length: Babies around 10cm

Quantity Available: 10 available on the Central Coast NSW.

General Description: These blue tongue lizards are a great first pet or add to your existing reptile collection.

Location: Central Coast of NSW.

Willing to Freight? No.

Contact Details: PM, Call or SMS 0418 405 845 between 8am to 8pm 7 days.

License Number: Supplied at time of sale.

Other Details : You must have a licence.

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What type of lighting do you use for these beauties?


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I kept my two as juveniles in 100L tubs from a $1 shop (cost me about $15 each) with a 26W UVB200 hanging from the lid for UV until they were about 12 - 13 months old. Will probably get away with a 26W UVB150 as I found they spent a lot of time burrowing through the mixed course kritters crumble + expanded dried coir peat. (Often all I'd see would be a nose or a head poking out of the bedding).

I think an ALL SET 120L tub from Bunnings will be perfect for each of them for their first year.
My two are now 10 years old and each has a 4ft x 2ft x 1.5ft(T) plywood homemade tank with an 26W UVB200 in a exoterra nanohood for UV.
I'll be upgrading soon to T5 12%uvb tubes for my two.

They are thirsty little guys so a nice wide but shallow water dish sitting on a 30cm x 30cm tile is a good idea.
 
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