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This is a rare offering of 1.1 USCBB Polychrus marmoratus, produced here at Wellspring Herpetoculture and hatched in July of 2021. Photographed first is the female, followed by the male. 

At nine months old, these lizards are very well started, and feeding confidently off tongs on a wide variety of insects. They are nothing like the freshly imported monkey lizards commonly seen at wholesalers and expos, which have a very poor track record in captivity. On the contrary, this is an opportunity to get in on the ground floor of working with healthy, captive bred examples of this amazing species which has great potential in herpetoculture. 

These are an F1 pair of siblings, and the buyer will receive first priority at selecting a pair or trio of unrelated offspring from a high-yellow pairing, hatched in April of 2022 and expected to be available in late summer or early fall of 2022. I welcome any questions regarding the care of this species and will be discerning about where these lizards end up, to ensure that the buyer has the highest possible chance of success with them. I'm strongly invested in the establishment of this species in herpetoculture, and would love to see these lizards contribute to that end. 


Health Guarantee:
I guarantee live and healthy arrival. In the unfortunate outcome of an animal arriving deceased, clear photographic/video evidence must be provided within one hour of pick-up/delivery. Claims against the health of any animal must be made within seven days of delivery.

Payment Plans:

I offer payment plans on a case-by-case basis, and I'm happy to discuss terms that accommodate specific needs. Typically, I ask for a 25% deposit, with the remaining balance paid off within 30-90 days.



I prefer to ship Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and strongly encourage buyers to hold for pick-up at your local facility. If shipping to the buyer's door, the buyer must be present to sign for the delivery, or the live arrival guarantee is voided. I reserve the right to refuse shipment if conditions are unsafe due to weather or system delays.

1.1 CBB'21 Common Monkey Lizards

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