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Due to our agreement with the Duch authorities, the following animals will be available for the ESF for placing for ESF breeding loan:

Testudo graeca (Mediterranean Spur-thighed Tortoise)

Testudo hermanni (Hermann’s Tortoise)

Emys orbicularis (European pond turtle)

Iguana iguana (Common Green Lizard)

Eumeces schneideri (Schneider's Skink or Gold Skink)

Nucras taeniolata ornata (Ornate Sandveld Lizard or Ornate Scrub Lizard)

Corytophanes hernandezii (Hernandez’s Helmeted Basilisk)

Sceloporus ssp. (Spiny Lizard)

Sceloporus malachiticus (Green Spiny Lizard)

Uromastyx acanthinura (North-African Mastigure or North African Spiny-tailed Lizard)

Pseudopus apodus (European Glass Lizard)

Gerrhosaurus flavigularis (Yellow-throated Plated Lizard)

Chalcides ocellatus (Ocellated (Bronze) Skink)

Tiliqua scincoides (Common Bluetongue or Eastern Blue-Tongued Lizard)

Chondrodactylus bibronii (Bibron's (Thick-toed) Gecko)

Blaesodactylus boivini (Madagascar Velvetgecko)

Varanus niloticus (Nile monitor)

Stellagama stellio ssp. (Roughtail Rock Agama)

Stellagama stellio brachydactyla (Hardun)

For animals that are part of an active breeding programme (a studbook), the studbook keeper has priority in placing the animal specimen of his studbook. In case of more demand in animals than there are animals available, studbook participants have priority over non-studbook participants.

All receivers of ESF animals in breeding loan have to sign our standard ESF contract and will be automatically participant of the concerning studbook. According to the ESF contract the animals will for the rest of their lives in ownership of the ESF. We will also ask a small contribution per participant.

It is adviced to investigate the landanimals for possible parasites or microplasma. A quarantaine period is advised for all the above mentioned species.

For interest in these animals or for further questions, don’t hesitate to contact us!

On behalf of the board,

Nick Cramer
Coordinator studbooks

(animals in photo are not the actual animals)

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