Howdy all, This post is based on responsible field collecting. If that is not working for you please refrain from posting unless you can control yourself, no flames or spamming the evils of field collections. What I will be talking about are a group of lizards that for the most part are not being bred in captivity in any quantity (extreme low demand). So that only wild caught are available in the pet trade and I would rather travel out the location and observe them in the wild and pick my own specimens. Fun part will be buying licenses to gather for the out of state lizards... joy... That said, I'm gathering my list of Sceloporus species I want to work with in my 6'x2'x2' habitats. In order to build them properly I need to know what ones I will be working with. So tonight I started making lists of what I wanted to see happen. Breeding observation is high on the list as well as something to look at So here is a list of lizards I have on my first draft... S. varibilis S. magister S. orcutti S. jarrovi S. cyanogenys (*) (*)not sure if the tank will be large enough for a breeding trio. I really don't know the logistics yet of some of these guys and the list is by all means not complete. S. orcutti and S. magister are easy as I live in SoCal, it's a weekend drive and back with a full 1.5 days of field time My brother in law is a rock hound so I'm sure I can con him into joining me on the trips Once I have my set ups built and running I will be staking out to a hunting ground. I will also post my areas of interest so that anyone in the area could contact me for a meet and greet if they like. So at this time does anyone live in the range of any of these lizards?