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Dischidia astephana- I GROW THIS ONE ON MY WINDOW SILL IN EASTER EXPOSURE. IT CAN BE GROWN AS A INTERMEDIATE OR A HIGHLANDER. THE MORE SUN THE MORE INTENSE COLOR. THIS IS A SMALL LEAF DISCHIDIA AROUND THE SIZE OF YOUR THUMB NAIL. I GROW HER IN A POT OF SPHAGNUM MOSS WITH A COOL SLAB OF BARK THAT IT GROWS ONTO AND ALSO HANGS OVER THE POT. NOW GROWING ON SOUTH WINDOW SILL AND GETTING ALOT OF GREAT COLOR.
Amazonian Dead-leaf Lizard (Stenocercus fimbriatus) This small and well camouflaged lizard is found in the leaf litter on the forest floor of tropical forests in Amazonian Brazil and Peru. Its in the family Tropiduridae (the ground lizards). Not much is known of this lizard’s life history and habits. photographs by Dick Bartlett