Citrus Bearded Dragon Care Sheet and Guide

Citrus Bearded Dragon Care Sheet and Guide

A Citrus bearded dragon is an elegant kind of reptile dragon. It becomes more adult when it reaches 2-3 years old that still maintains a good positioning condition.

These kinds of bearded dragons have a proportioned arms, legs and tail structure.

Amazing Citrus Bearded Dragon

Talking about its characteristics, citrus bearded dragons have a bright lemon yellow, with narrow light lavender side bars.

That is why they are called citrus dragons. Other citrus beardies specimens are having a luminous property of that leads to a green color.

It is intelligent and responsive especially to a new environment that they thrive in.  The citrus bardies head is triangular in shape, and their brown eyes that are slightly bulging out.

Its eyes are round; the lower lid of it has a dropping appearance.

The upper and lower lip contains lines and does not allow any gap in between.

As the citrus bearded dragon reaches adulthood, its size will rapidly increase. It grows more into a well-formed bearded dragon that has an overall length and weight of: Male 18 – 23 inches; 380 – 620 grams, Female: 17 – 20 inches; 380 – 540 grams.

Citrus Bearded Dragon

Normal citrus bearded dragons should be active and has no extra jerking movements. Jerking movements can be indicative of metabolic bone disease.

Citrus bearded dragons have wonderful specimens like the nails; nails are clear and semi-clear, most beardies have black nails.

The citrus beardies hatchlings shows a slight orange to extreme orange sometimes, but as you will try to check it’s shed, the color appears to be citrus yellow with lavender side bars.

These color patterns will usually last for one year. The scales of it are orange together with the area surrounding its ears and eyes.

Citrus bearded dragons are amazing reptiles because of its characteristic distinction to other types of bearded dragons.

These beardies need an ample care so that future generations will have a glance at them.

Learn more on the Different Types Of Bearded Dragons

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