The Knuckles mountain pygmy lizard (Cophotis dumbara) is one of the rarest lizards in herpetoculture and is also critically endangered in it's native Sri Lanka. They are a perfect species to keep though as they are small, bold, active, hardy, and breed readily in captivity. Care is very similar to an Abronia or Uroplatus although I have found Cophotis to be hardier than those other genera. I believe these are the first Cophotis dumbara to be offered on the open market. There is one primary breeder of this species in the USA. Hopefully my animals will breed in late 2023 as well. I have to extra males available at this time. The exact animals are pictured. They were born 1/25/23.
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