Saturday, September 5, 2009

Saturday afternoon Nina picture


9 comments:

Jenn said...

What kind of lizard is that?

Jenn said...

Okay, nevermind - I went to the tags and found out myself.

One tip for keeping herps/reptiles

If you feed your anole crickets, and leave some crickets in the cage after she's done eating, feed the crickets. Hungry crickets will start looking at your pet as being *their* potential dinner. Things can get ugly.

Love the set up you've got for her.

lynn'sgarden said...

Can't say I'm crazy for lizards but your Nina is much cuter than the grasshopper I found staring at me this morning!
Lynn

Anonymous said...

She's looking good!

Zeï said...

She seems covered with gold dust or something alike on your pictures, and it's very pretty.

our friend Ben said...

Thanks for the Nina photo, it keeps us herp lovers going! But brrrr, Jenn's comment about feeding the crickets has given me chills. Bugs... they're today's velociraptors, we just don't realize it...

mr_subjunctive said...

Zeï:

She actually does have gold spots at the corners of the squares along her back; they vary in how reflective they seem but are especially bright right after she sheds skin.

CelticRose said...

Cool picture! :-)

What's the flower she's turning her back on? ;-)

mr_subjunctive said...

It's an Impatiens. Accidentally imported along with the Stromanthe.