Earless dragons are a ground dwelling dragon inhabiting semi arid regions of Australia. Their care is almost identical to that of Bearded Dragons but scaled down due to their small size. They reach a total length of 150mm. Adults have a reddish body color with light grey, black, and white lateral lines on the dorsal. They can be kept communally in small groups in a desert vivarium with high temps and UV levels. Females will lay year round have 6-8 eggs per clutch. Not readily available. They consume small insects and need a wide variety for long term captivity.
A very interesting lizard to watch. A species not seen in the hobby very often.
|LATIN NAME||Tympanocryptis tetraporaphora|
|ADULT SIZE||10 to 15cm (4 to 6 inch)|
|TEMPERATURE REQUIREMENTS||28-32C, with a basking site at 36-38C|
|ADULT ENCLOSURE SIZE||48in x 18in x 18in (120cm x 45cm x 45cm)|