Welcome to kingsnake.com's Anole Classifieds. This section is for posting wanted and for sale advertisements for any and all species, color phases and morphs of Anolis. If you are looking for, or want to post advertisements for, other types of lizards, or other reptiles and amphibians and supplies please review our classified index for the appropriate category.
With nearly 400 species, Anolis is a genus of lizards belonging to the family Polychrotidae with many species commonly kept as pets. Anoles are curious creatures and have a good awareness of its surroundings. Males are very territorial and will fight other males to defend its territory.
In many Anolis species that have the ability to change color, turning brown indicates distress. Stress in an anole can be identified by several symptoms. These symptoms include a constant shade of brown and a persistent black semicircle behind their eyes and chronic lethargy.
For questions on keeping or breeding Anoles please check out the Anole Forum, or to look at photos uploaded by users or to upload your own, check out the Anole Photo Gallery.
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The Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians (ARAV) is an international veterinary organization promoting conservation and humane treatment of all reptilian and amphibian species through education, captive breeding, and habitat preservation.
The ARAV advances programs for preventative medicine, husbandry, and scientific research in the field of veterinary medicine dealing with reptiles and amphibians. Also, the ARAV distributes scientific information relating to the field of husbandry, veterinary medicine and surgery of reptiles and amphibians through the Journal of Herpetological Medicine and Surgery, the official publication of the Association, and the Annual Conference of the Association.
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