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This page is indexed on our home page under Aspect: 8. Links - Species Specific and the Section: Lizards: Bearded Dragons

Introduction and Index : Lizards: Bearded Dragons

In this section on : Lizards: Bearded Dragons we present articles and links relative to this species


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1. Adenovirus in Bearded Dragons(Pogona vitticeps)
Little is known about the pathogenesis of adenovirus in the bearded dragon. Like other viral diseases in reptiles, adenoviral infection is difficult to diagnose ante mortem (before death). A better understanding of the disease process and its detection is necessary if we are to treat the animals affected with the virus and prevent this virus from spreading throughout the captive population.
8. Bearded Dragon (Pogona Vitticeps)
Our presentation of links onBearded Dragins, arranged under the headings:- Natural Habitat, Captive care(care sheets), Breeders, Pictures, More information, Other information and Taxonomy.
Bearded Dragon Breeders & Suppliers Network - USA
The aim of this network is to create one location where you can find breeders and suppliers of Bearded Dragons who have adopted a common ethics policy. It is designed to help provide you with the ability to avoid those pet stores and breeders that sell very small, too young or sickly Bearded Dragons.
This site is dedicated to those who share an interest in Bearded Dragons (Pogona Vitticeps).
Bearded - South Africa
The South African site on Bearded dragons (Pogona spp.) are a group of diurnal lizards belonging to the family Agamidae. The genus contains eight species which are all restricted to the continent of Australia. They are smallish to middle sized, heavy-bodied lizards with a quiet and confiding nature.
Care of Bearded Dragons -
Chicago Exotics Animal Hospital have good care sheets including on the Bearded Dragon.
Forum : Dragon
A Forum for Dragons keepers.
Introduction to Bearded Dragons- Reptile Magazine
Beaded Dragons as Pets The bearded dragon makes a fine pet for adults or children. When buying a pet shop dragon be sure to get one that is at least 5 inches long, because they tend to be a little delicate at the smaller size.

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Last update : 20/05/2007