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Species page for: Mountain Horned Dragon (Acanthosaura species)


This page contains a selection of the best links found on the reptile species: Mountain Horned Dragon (Acanthosaura species). The navigation table on the top left will take you directly to the defined topics, such as  Natural Habitat, Captive care, Breeders, Pictures, More information, Other information and Taxonomy.

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A brief snippet about Mountain Horned Dragon (Acanthosaura species)

A brief introduction to the species will be inserted here ..... coming soon! In the interim we have a number of links on the species, listed on this page.


Captive Care
FroggieB Dragons ( A. capra )

These are the Acanthosaura web pages. I have been working with Acanthosaura capras since March 28, 1999. I have been successfully incubating captive bred offspring since September 2000. This is a hobby turned into a passion. My goal is to offer healthy captive bred Mountain Horned Dragons to the herpetological world in the hope that maybe a few less wild specimens will have to suffer the indignities of capture, poor shipping conditions, and almost uncertain, premature death.

Mountain Horned Dragon (A. crucigera) -

Mountain Horned Dragons are full of character and can easily be tamed down with a little time and patience. These beautiful creatures make an extremely good species for the novice and also the more experienced keeper.

Mountain Horned Dragon Gallery - Doug Smith

Mountain Horned Dragons from Asia are increasingly common in the US pet trade. Individuals vary greatly in color according to temperature and mood.


We have many other species documented in similar fashion which are listed on our home page, in the 8. Links - Species Specific section.

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