$485.00. These are beautiful reptiles that attain a moderate length. Ideal foods are; mice, rats, fish, crawdads, crickets, superworms, nightcrawlers, beef heart, and hard boiled eggs. There’s no other way to say it. They need to be firmly fixed and sturdy enough to support the weight of an adult Peach-Throated monitor. As juveniles they can be fed mouse fuzzies and hoppers, crickets, roaches, mealworms, fish, other seafood and eggs. I suspect it was hatched in captivity from wild harvested eggs or a gravid female that laid eggs in captivity after being collected. Baby Peach Throat Monitor $ 449.99 Add to cart 449.99 Add to cart Baby Peach Throat Monitor $ 449.99 This enclosure will need to include plenty of climbing areas, places to hide and items to keep your lizard stimulated. Monitors are moderate- to large-sized lizards of the genus Varanus within the family Varanidae. With proper feeding, peach throats grow quickly and adults can reach 3-4 feet in total length. Peach-throat monitors. Size: 8 - 12" Species: Tupinambis nigropunctatus. Feeding Your Peach-Throated Monitor Varanus jobiensis is an avid feeder that will accept a wide variety of prey items. The Peach-Throat Monitor The peach-throat monitor appears similar to other mangrove monitors, but are distinguished by a dark, patternless head, large round eyes, a pink tongue and a pronounced, dark longitudinal stripe through the eye. Reptiles Magazine 2007: 40-47 - get paper here; Stefani, M. 2008. Quick View. Sprackland, R. G. 2007. Peach Throat Monitor – Varanus jobiensis. Due to its sheer size and weight, this monitor requires a massive enclosure that you will need to build yourself. Baby Peach Throat Monitors. Wild peach throat monitors will typically eat frogs, lizards, insects, and any small animal they can overpower. Adventures in Green Python Country. They grow up to 120 cm long. Peach throat monitors prefer dense forests and are excellent climbers. They eat … The Peach Throat Monitor (Varanus jobiensis) is a species of Monitor lizard, native to Australia. Medium Blue Tegus. It belongs to the subgenus group Euprepiosaurus. Size: 11 - 16" Species: Varanus jobiensis . CB The one pictured is the exact one for sale! Biawak 2 (3): 124-130 - get paper here; Switak, Karl H. 2006. Healthy Import from Indonesia. Peach-throats require a broad central climbing object, such as a tree trunk, and horizontal branches strong enough to bear their weight. This baby/juvenile is about 8-10 ” inches long including the tail. Quick View. Size: 21 - 25" Species: Tupinambis merianae. z OUT OF STOCK - FR QUINCE MONITOR, Varanus melinus - SUPER YELLOW, 2 YEAR OLD MALE. Most African species, including the white-throated or Cape monitor (Varanus albigularis), belong to the subgenus Polydaedalus.Among African monitors, white-throats are believed to be most closely related to savannah monitors (V. exanthematicus) and Yemen monitors (V. yemenensis) to … The colour of the throat, for which they are named, is white-yellow to red. Baby Gold Tegus w/nip, regrown tails. z OUT OF STOCK - CH WHITE THROATED MONITOR - BIG BABIES - Varanus albigularis albigularis. $325.00 $150.00 Sale. z OUT OF STOCK - CH PEACH THROATED MONITOR - juvie, Varanus jobiensis. Husbandry and Reproduction of the Peach-throated Monitor Varanus jobiensis in Captivity. Asian water monitor care can be quite difficult and time consuming.