Collared lizards are normally found in  south central United States and  northern Mexico.   They
inhabit deserts and plains,  most live in outcroppings.   They are a medium sized lizard, with large
head,  long limbs and tail.  As their name suggests they are known  for their  "collars"   that
encircle the back of neck.    They are exceptionally fast, and can be seen running  bipedaly ( on
back legs).,,y certainly are among the most beautifully colored lizards in North America.

They are  carnivores,  insect eaters along with smaller lizards in the wild.   
There are  two forms of collared lizard , collaris and insularis.   ( This was just a brief description )
please visit  links I have on my care page for further information, on locales, species, etc.)
Available Baby Collareds
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You will see a lot of cute         
colorful crotaphytus, snow
leopard geckos,  and many of
my other lizards as well.  
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Twista Saying Her Prayers
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I  am a private reptile hobbyist, and breeder. Over the years I  have kept and cared for
many different species of lizards,  frogs, and turtles.  Have worked with my beloved collared
lizards since the mid 90's, and have an enormous passion for what I do.  For the past five
years or  so,  I have been working with,  and extremely  enchanted with my beautiful
leopard geckos.   I also work with, and breed on a smaller scale,   other species of lizards
such as my clown agamas, granite and desert spinys.   Sure can't leave out my  pets only,
chuckwallas, a uromastyx, a merake blue tongue skink  that have lived here for many
years as well.  I care deeply for each of my pets.

The adult lizards pictured on my site are my personal pets, I will only sell offspring.  Each
spring after the first breeding,  many beautiful hatchling collareds arrive and steal my
heart, I'm truly taken by their unique personalities.  They become quite friendly with
handling, and make docile pets. So full of energy,  like wee acrobats.  They are quite
inquisitive, and incredibly beautiful. The patterns, and colors are amazingly diverse, you will
be captivated by their beauty.   About the same time my leopard geckos begin to lay their
eggs. Within a couple months adorable bright eyed, sweet little snow leopards  scamper
about, making the spring and summer season joyful  with all the new life.

Below are photos of many of my collareds, snow geckos and others.  You can  see an egg
hatching, which is a  magnificent sight.  Each page after is filled with colorful collareds,
frequently asked questions on care, sexing, available hatchlings, leopard geckos, and other
lizards I work with.  My hope is to allow  others to enjoy these stunning lizards by offering  
only the finest, hand tamed, beautiful captive bred lizards I  possibly can.
I  live on the east coast of the USA.  I can also be found on Twitter, user name is
Critternutz.   Thank you for visiting Suncharmers.
Contact eve@suncharmers.com
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A Spectacular Guy *Yellowhead Collared Lizard
The leopard gecko is a nocturnal ground-dwelling lizard naturally found in the deserts of
southern Central Asia, and throughout Pakistan, to the northwestern parts of India. Unlike
most geckos, leopard geckos possess movable eyelids. It has become a well-established
and popular pet in captivity.

The native habitat of the leopard gecko is the rocky, dry grassland and desert regions of
south-Asian Afghanistan, Pakistan, north-west India, and parts of Iran. Winter temperatures
in these areas can be quite low, below 10 °C (50 °F), forcing the animals underground into
semi-hibernation, called brumation, living on fat reserves. As nocturnal creatures, they spend
the day hidden under rocks or in burrows to escape the daytime heat and emerge at dusk to
feed by hunting insects. These Geckos are solitary, and do not usually live with other animals.
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Ahh Let It Snow, What
A Stunning Little Girl
Awesome Orange headed Desert
Spinys * Cockleburr & Honeysuckle
A baby collared lizard hatching
Simba, sweet looking
female leopard gecko
Kaluha , Female Bold Bandit Halloween Mask
Morrocco  * Tangerine Tremper
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Colorful Collareds & Lotsa Leopards