Blue Tongue Lizard Research Library

Husbandry

Environmental enrichment for captive Eastern bluetongue lizards (Tiliqua scincoides) CJC Phillips, Z Jiang, AJ Hatton, A Tribe… – Animal …, 2011 – cambridge.org … of Eastern bluetongue lizards by scattering mealworms in their cage may depend on the effect on the lizards’ weight and the cage’s conditions, as captive lizards often become obese, …

A review of welfare assessment methods in reptiles, and preliminary application of the welfare quality® protocol to the pygmy bluetongue skink, Tiliqua adelaidensis … AL Benn, DJ McLelland, AL Whittaker – Animals, 2019 – mdpi.com Simple Summary Reptiles are commonly housed in wildlife parks and zoos, and are increasingly being kept as pets. Husbandry of reptiles is complex; signs of pain or disease can be …

A comparison of two techniques to identify the sex of the eastern bluetongue skink (Tiliqua scincoides scincoides) A McKenzie, T Li, B Doneley – Australian Veterinary Journal, 2022 – Wiley Online Library … The husbandry of all animals in the study was assessed … husbandry-related possibilities resulting in a reduced level of sexual dimorphism experienced in this study. Common husbandry

Pet lizard conditions and syndromes SJ Stahl – Seminars in Avian and Exotic Pet Medicine, 2003 – Elsevier … lizard. References for the natural history, husbandry, and captive breeding information for the species of lizards described in this paper are cited in the initial heading for each species. …

Photodermatitis and photokeratoconjunctivitis in a ball python (Python regius) and a bluetongue skink (Tiliqua spp.) DW Gardiner, FM Baines, K Pandher – Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 2009 – BioOne … the knowledge base about this aspect of reptile husbandry and health. The few published reports … UVR has traditionally been a more common problem for reptile husbandry and health. …

Physiological and behavioral effects of handling and restraint in the ball python (Python regius) and the bluetongued skink (Tiliqua scincoides) MD Kreger, JA Mench – Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 1993 – Elsevier Four handling techniques commonly used with snakes and lizards in zoological park reptile collections were evaluated with respect to animal well-being. Adult male bluetongued

Husbandry and nutrition M Kischinovsky, A Raftery… – Reptile medicine and …, 2017 – Wiley Online Library … Quarantined reptiles should be kept under optimum husbandry conditions and regularly … should undergo a full clinical examination, husbandry review and diagnostic tests while in …

 

Smuggling | Illegal Trade

The trade in nationally protected lizards from Australia, Cuba, and Mexico And the EU’s role as a main destination O KUNSCH – TRAFFIC Bulletin, 2019 – researchgate.net … to Altherr, 2019), authorities should be aware that smugglers may especially target gravid females—the most valuable animals in conservation terms—and sell their offspring as “captive-…

The effects of simulated transport on the behaviour of eastern blue tongued lizards (Tiliqua scincoides) K Mancera, PJ Murray, YN Gao, A Lisle… – Animal Welfare, 2014 – cambridge.org … When this transportation occurs illegally, traded reptiles are commonly smuggled in between floors … Air transport may include reptiles sent by mail or smuggled inside clothes or luggage. …

Using Google trends to determine current, past, and future trends in the reptile pet trade JW Valdez – Animals, 2021 – mdpi.com … captive-bred populations was likely illegally smuggled out of Australia between 1974 and 1990 [… participants believed that bluetongued skinks, tegus, uromastyx lizards, crested geckos, …

Stolen Wildlife S Altherr – Why the EU needs to tackle, 2014 – academia.edu … EU) is a main destination for smuggled animals. Reptiles are an … But once these species have been successfully smuggled … caught trying to smuggle dozens of blue tongue lizards out of …

Reptile volatilome profiling optimisation: A pathway towards forensic applications AO Brown, GJ Frankham, BH Stuart… – … International: Animals and …, 2021 – Elsevier … Individual representatives of three different reptile species (ie Shingleback Lizard, Eastern Blue Tongue Lizard and the Children’s Python) were sampled in quintuplicate using the …

 

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