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Literatur und Schriften


Pogona (STORR, 1882)

Bartagamen

BARTLETT, R.D. & P. BARTLETT (1999): Bearded Dragons. – Barron´s Educational Series, Inc., New York, USA. 45 S.

EGRETZBERGER, G. (1997): Bemerkungen zur Haltung und Zucht dreier Bartagamen-Arten der Gattung Pogona STORR, 1982. – Jahrbuch für den Terrarianer, Österreichische Interessengemeinschaft, Fachgruppe Terraristik, Krenglbach, 4: 10-20.

GLAUERT, L. (1959): Herpetological miscellanea. XI. Dragon lizards of the genus Amphibolurus. – W. Austr. Nat., 7: 42-51.

GREEN, D. & T. LARSON (2001): Keeping Bearded Dragons revised. – Aust. Reptile Keeper Publications, Bendigo. 37 S.

GRENARD, S. (1999): The Bearded Dragon. – Howell Book House, New York. 126 S.

HAUSCHILD, A. (2000): Die Bärtigen Drachen. – Reptilia, Münster, 5 (5): 22-27.

HAUSCHILD, A. (2000): Ein Evergreen: Bartagamen im Terrarium. – Reptilia, Münster, 5 (5): 28-32.

HAUSCHILD, A. & H. BOSCH (1997): Bartagamen und Kragenechsen. – Natur und Tier-Verlag. Münster. 95 S.

HOSER, R.T. (1997): Pogona – from an Australian perspective. – Reptilian, 5 (2): 27-41.

JULIAN, S. & P. GÉRARD (1998): L´élevage des Agames Barbus et des Uromastyx. – Phillipe Gérard Editions, Paris, FRAU. 67 S.

KLINGENBERG, R. (2000): Common diseases of Bearded Dragons: Adenoviruses. – The Vivarium, 9 (6): 31.

KÖHLER, G., GRIEßHAMMER, K. & N. SCHUSTER (2003): Bartagamen. Biologie, Pflege, Zucht, Erkrankungen. – Offenbach (Herpeton-Verlag). 179 S.

KUNZ, K. (2005): “Haustier” Bartagame – schaden Strfeicheleinheiten? – Draco, Münster, 6 (2): 94-96.

LOVE, B. (2000): Bartagamenfieber. – Reptilia, Münster, 5 (5): 39-42.

MAZORLIG, T. (1999): Bearded Dragons. – Advanced Vivarium Systems, Lakeside, Ca., USA. 64 S.

MÜLLER, H.D. (1995): Eine australische Bartagame. – Die Aquar. Terrar. Z., Stuttgart, 48 (12): 779-781.

MÜLLER, P.M. & R. KOHLMEYER (2005): Bartagamen-FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions). – Draco, Münster, 6 (2): 28-37.

Inhalt:
Alter / Abkürzungen / Arten / Austellung des Terrariums / Aufzucht / Auswahl der Tiere / Baden / Bartagamen im Internet / Bastarde / Beleuchtung / Bodengrund / Bodenheizung / Bücher / Eiablage / Einrichtung / Ernährung / Farbvarianten / Fütterungsintervall / Futterverweigerung / Geschlechtsbestimmung / Größe / Haltung mehrerer Tiere / Heimchenfallen / Inkubation / Inzucht / Kinder und Bartagamen / Kontakt Mensch-Tier / Kosten / Kotuntersuchungen / Luftfeuchtigkeit, relative / Quarantäne / Regenerieren von Körperteilen / Samenspeicherung / Schlafverhalten / Sprühen / Temperaturen / Terrariengröße / Thermoregulation / Trinken / Urlaub / UV-B-Bestrahlung / Verhalten / Winterruhe / Zähmen / Zeitschriften / Zucht.

LOVERIDGE, A. (1932): New lizards of the genera Nephrurus and Amphibolurus from Western Australia. –Proc. New England Zoo. Club, 13: 31-34.

MÜLLER, P.M. (2002): Die Bartagame: Pflege und Zucht. – Kirschner & Seufer Verlag, Keltern-Weiler. 78 S.

MÜLLER, P.M. (2005): Bartagamen – die Gattung Pogona (STORR, 1982). – Draco, Münster, 6 (2): 4-19.

OLIVER, B. (1998): Predation on a Pogona sp. by Pseudonaja textiles. – Hertpetofauna, Sydney, 28(1): 54-55.

PALIKA, L. (2000): Your bearded dragon´s life: your complete guide to caring for your pet at every stage of life. Prima Publishing, Rosville, USA. 294 S.

PALIKA, L. (2003): Leben mit Bartagamen. – Natur und Tier-Verlag, Münster. 206 S.

PETHER, J. (1996): Bartagamen. – Reptilia, Münster, 1 (1): 14-16.

ROGNER, M. (2014): Nach wie vor ideale Terrarientiere auch für Anfänger: Bartagamen. – Reptilia, 19 (6): 18-25.

SMITH, J. (1974): Hatchling bearded dragons eggs. – South Aust. Herp., 2 (1): 10.

SPRACKLAND, R.G. (2003): On Bearded Dragons´ turf. – Reptiles, 11 (2): 44-46.

SCHMIDA, G. (2005): Betrachtungen zu ostaustralischen Bartagamen. – Draco, Münster, 6 (2): 47-54.

Inhalt:
Pogona barbata, Pogona vitticeps, Pogona henrylawsoni.

STEIJN, N.P. van (1989): Pflege und Nachzucht australischer Bartagamen. – Die Aquar. Terrar. Z., Stuttgart, 42 (11): 668-671.

STORR, G.M. (1982): Revision of the Bearded Dragons (Lacertilia: Agamidae) of Western Australia with notes on the Dismemberment of the genus Amphibolurus. – Rec. West. Aust. Mus., 10 (2): 199-214.

SZCZEPANIAK, K. & L. ADASZEK (2012): Infections with adenoviruses in bearded dragons. – Zycie Weterynaryjne, 87 (3): 224-226.

The purpose of this paper was to present a novel veterinary problem of viral infections in reptiles. Adenoviral infections occur in many captive reptiles also in bearded dragons often kept as companion animals. So far the most problematic is Agamid adenovirus 1 (AgAdV1), that has been reported in three species of these lizards: Pogona barbata, Pogona vitticeps and Pogona henrylawsoni. Premonitory signs of AgAdV1 infection are often non-specific, including loss of appetite, weight loss and weakness. Fatal gastroenteritis and hepatitis can occur in neonatal and young lizards. Usually, affected animals have secondary infections and also parasitic invasions. Histopathology can identify the intranuclear inclusion bodies associated with adenoviral infection which can be found mainly in hepatocytes and epithelial cells of intestinal mucosa. Their presence frequently accompanies severe pathological lesions and multiple hemorrhages in the liver. The diagnostic approach is difficult however, when performed ante-mortem. There are no effective treatments in these infections. Currently available PCR test improves the diagnostic procedure and allows detecting adenoviruses in cloacal washings or in feces of lizards. This is of critical importance in lizards colonies.

VOSJOLI, P. de & R. MAILLOUX (1993): The General Care and Maintenance of Bearded Dragons. – Advanced Vivarium Systems, Lakeside, USA. 63 S.

VOSJOLI, P. de & R. MAILLOUX (1996): Species and morphs of Bearded Dragons Pogona in U.S. herpetoculture. – The Vivarium, 7 (6): 28-35.

VOSJOLI, P. de, MAILLOUX, R., DONOGHUE, S., KLINGENBERG, R. & J. COLE (2001): The Bearded Dragon manual. – The Herpetocultural Library, Advanced Vivarium Systems, Irvine. 174 S.


WEIS, P. & P. WEIS (1998): Advances in the breeding and husbandry of Bearded Dragons. – Reptiles, April 1998: 10-19.

WIECHERT, J. (2005): Bartagamen in der tierärztlichen Praxis. – Draco, Münster, 6 (2): 74-82.

Inhalt:
Einleitung / Endoparadsoiten (Innenparasitren) / Kokzidien / Oxyuren / Flagellaten und Ciliaten / Ektoparasiten (Außenparasiten) / Ernährungsbedingte Erkrankungen (Verfettung, Nierenerkrankung) / Stoffwechselbedingte (Metabolic one Disease – MBD) / Obstipation (Verstopfung) / Legenot / Bakterielle Infektionen / Magen-Darm-Trakt / Lungeninfektionen / Abszesse / Viruserkrankungen / Adenoviren /

WITTEN, G.J. (1994): Taxonomy of Pogona (Reptilia: Lacertilia: Agamidae). – Mem. Queensl. Mus., Brisbane, 37 (1): 329-343.

WITTEN, G.J. (1994): Relative growth in Pogona (Reptilia: Lacertilia: Agamidae). – Mem. Queensl. Mus., Brisbane, 37 (1): 345-356.

ZIMMERMANN, E. (1980): Durch Nachzucht erhalten: Bartagamen. – Aquar. Mag., 14: 86-94.

ZOFFER, D. & T. MAZORLIG (1998): Bearded & Frilled Dragons. – T.F.H. Publications, USA. 64 S.


Pogona barbata CUVIER, 1829

Bartagame / Eastern Bearded Dragon / Bearded Dragon / Jew Lizard

ALMANDARZ, E. (1959): Hatching and care of the bearded dreagon Amphibolurus barbatus at Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago. – Int., Zoo Yb., 9: 50-51.

AMEY, A.P. & J.M. WHITTIER (2000): Seasonal patterns of plasma steroid hormones in males and females of the Bearded Dragon Lizard, Pogona barbata. – Gen. C. Endocr., 117 (3): 335-342.

AMEY, A.P. & J.M. WHITTIER (2000): The annual reproductive cycle and sperm storage in the bearded dragon, Pogona barbata. – Aust. J. Zool., 48 (4): 411-420.

BADHAM, J.A. (1976): The Amphibolurus barbatus species-group (Lacertilia: Agamidae). – Australian Journal of Zoology, 24: 423-443.

Abstract:
The subspecies A. barbatus barbatus as currently recognized comprises two distinct marginally sympatric morphs. Differences in external and skeletal morphology and the apparent absence of hybrids in the narrow zone of overlap imply that each morph is genetically distinct and not a particular phenotypic expression of one genotype. The low density of one morph in the region of overlap, and hybrid inferiority as suggested by laboratory cross-mating, may each bed partly responsible for the apparent lack of hybridization. On the basis each morphs is given full species status, one being the typical form A. barbatus (Cuvier) while the other is referred to A. vitticeps Ahl. With the morphological differences between these two species as the criteria for species status, the other described subspecies of A. barbatus are examined and likewise elevated to species rank as follows: A. minor Sternfeld, A. minimus Loveridge and A. microlepidotus Glauert. Two additional new species A. mitchelli, sp. nov., and A. nullarbor, sp. nov., are described within the species-group.

BARTHOLOMEW, G.A. & V.A. TUCKER (1963): Control of changes in body temperature, metabolism and circulation by the agamid lizard, Amphibolurus barbatus. – Physiol. Zool., 36: 199-218.

BRATTSTROM, B.H. (1971): Social and thermoregulatory behaviour of the bearded dragon, Amphibolurus barbatus. – Copeia, 1971: 484-497.

BUSTARD, H.R. (1966): Notes on the eggs, incubation and young of the bearded dragon, Amphibolurus barbatus barbatus (Cuvier). – Br. J. Herpet., 3: 252-259.

BUSTARD, R. (1958): Australian bearded dragon. – Wat. Life, 13: 391-392.

CAUGHLEY, J. (1971): Discussion on the Bearded Dragon – Amphibolurus barbatus. – Herpetofauna, Sydney, 3 (4): 191-21.

CREE, A., AMEY, A.P. & J.M. WHITTIER (2000): Lackof consistent hormonal responses to capture during the breeding season of the bearded dragon, Pogona barbata. – CBCPA, 126 (2): 275-285.

DALY, G. (1997): Behaviour of the Bearded dragon lizard Pogona barbata and P. vitticeps in captivity. – Herpetofauna, Sydney, 27 (2): 28-32.

FRANK, W. (1966): Multiple Hyperkeratose bei einer Bartagame, Amphibolurus barbatus (Reptilia, Agamidae), hervorgerufen durch eine Pilzinfektion, zugleich ein Beitrag zur Problematik von Mykosen bei Reptilien. – Salamandra, 2: 6-12.

GRIGG, G.C. &F. SEEBACHER (1999): Field test of paradigm: hysteresis of heart rate in thermoregulation by a free-ranging lizard (Pogona barbata). – Proc. R.Soc. London, 1425: 1291-1297.

HOSER, R.T. (1991): Observations of egg-laying by a Bearded Dragon (Pogona barbata) CUVIER. – AHS, 1991: 11.

JENNER, B. (1996): Pogona barbata on Kangaroo Island, S.A. – Herpetofauna, Sydney, 26 (1): 28-30.

JOHN, W. (1968): Zwei Australier: Amphibolurus barbatus und Egernia cunninghami. – Die Aquar. Terrar. Z., Stuttgart, 21: 185-186.

KAMMERER, P. (1902): Australische Echsen in der Gefangenschaft. 2. Amphibolurus barbatus Cuv. und muricatus White. – Bl. Aquar. Terrar.-Kunde, 13: 146-148.

KÄSTLE, W. (1973): Vollbart mit Hebelmechanik. Verhalten und Pflege der Bartagame. – Aquarien Magazin, Stuttgart, 8(2): 58-61.

LEE, A.K. & J.A. BADHAM (1963): Body temperature, activity and behavior of the agamid lizard, Amphibolurus barbatus. – Copeia, 1963: 387-394.

MONTALI, R.J., SMITH, E.E., DAVENPORT, M. & M. BUSH (1975): Dermatophilosis in Australian bearded lizards. – Journal Am. vet. med. Ass., 167 (7): 553-555.

NEUGEBAUER, W. (1972): Geglückte Aufzucht von Bartagamen in der Stuttgarter Wilhelma. – Die Aquar. Terrar. Z., Stutgart, 25 (12): 424-426.

PARMENTER, C.J. & H. HEATWOLE (1975): Panting thresholds of lizards. 4. The effect of dehydration on the panting threshold of Amphibolurus barbatus and Amphibolurus muricatus. – Journal exp. Zool., 191 (3): 327-332.

PICKWORTH, B. (1981): Observations of behaviour patterns displayed by a pair of Bearded Dragons, Amphibolurus barbatus CUVIER. – Herpetofauna, Sydney, 12 (2): 13-15.

ROTHENHÖFER, P. (2000): Die Bartagame. – Die Aquar. Terrar. Z., Stuttgart, 53 (10): 12-17.

SCHÄUBLE, C.S: & G.C. GRIGG (1998): Thermal ecology of the Australian agamid Pogona barbata. -. Oecologia, 114 (4): 461-470.

SCHMIDA, G. (1968): Erlebnisse mit Bartagamen (Amphibolurus barbatus). – Die Aquar. Terrar. Z., Stuttgart, 21 (7): 27-30.

SCHMIDA, G. (2005): Betrachtungen zu ostaustralischen Bartagamen. – Draco, Münster, 6 (2): 47-54.

STÖSSL, T.(1993): Pogona barbata. – Sauria, Suppl., Berlin, 15 (3): 257-260.

THROCKMORTON, G.S., BAVAY, J. de, CHAFFAY, W., MERROTSKY, B., NOSKE, S. & R. NOSKE (1985): The mechanism of frill erection in the bearded dragon Amphibolurus barbatus with comments on the jacky lizard A. muricatus (Agamidae). – J. Morph., 183: 285-292.

VOSJOLI, P. de & R. MAILLOUX (1987): The art of dragon keeping – husbandry and propagation of Amphibolurus barbatus and Amphibolurus rankini. – Proc. of the N. Cal. Herp. Soc. 1987 Conference on captive propagation and husbandry of reptiles and amphibians, Davis: 57-66.

ZEITHAMMER, J. (1968): Ein „Barbarossa“ im Terrarium. Die Bartagame (Amphibolurus barbatus). – Aquarien Magazin, Stuttgart, 2: 102.

ZIMMERMANN, H. (1974): Letzte Rettung: der Kaiserschnitt. Zeitigung und Geburt der Bartagamen – Amphibolurus barbatus. – Aquar. Mag., Stuttgart, 8 (11): 451-454.

ZWINENBERG, A.J. (1970): Australische reptielen – I. De baardhagedis (Amphibolurus barbatus). – Lacerta, 28 (10/11): 77-79.

ZWINENBERG, A.J. (1971): The bearded dragon Amphibolurus barbatus. – Herp, 7 (3-4): 25-27.

ZWINENBERG, A.J. (1977): Die Bartagame (Amphibolurus barbatus). – Aquaria, 24 (9): 157-164.

ZWINENBERG, A.J. (1977): The bearded dragon. – Bulletin Chicago herpetol. Soc., 12 (4): 93-98.

ZWINENBERG, A.J. (1980): Die Bartagame Amphibolurus barbatus. - herpetofauna, 2 (8): 8-11. (1154)


Pogona henrylawsoni WELLS & WELLINGTON, 1985

Zwerg-Bartagame / Black-soil Bearded Dragon / Dumpy Dragon / Dwarf Bearded Dragon

DIECKMANN, M. (2007): FAQ Frequently Asked Questions – häufig gestellt Fragen. Pogona henrylawsoni. – Reptilia, Münster, 12 (6): 90-92.

DIECKMANN, M. (2007): Die Zwergbartagame – Pogona henrylawsoni. – Natur und Tier-Verlag, Münster. 64 S.

DIECKMANN, M. (2012): Pogona henrylawsoni (WELLS & WELLINGTON, 1985). – Iguana, 25 (1): 17-22.

FREYNIK, C. (2007): Die Zwergbartagame. – Vivaria Verlag, Meckenheim. 64 S.

KLARSFELD, J.D. & O. DIAZ-FIGUEROA (2005): Pogona henrylawsoni – Ecology, medical findings, captive maintenance, and breeding of the Lawson’s Dragon. – Reptilia (GB) (38): 30-37.

LANTERMANN, Y. & W. LANTERMANN (2007): Beobachtungen bei der Vermehrung von Bartagamen. – Die Aquarien- und Terrarienzeitschrift, 60 (2): 38-42.

RUF, D. (2005): Erfahrungen bei der Pflege und Vermehrung von Lawsons Zwergbartagame (Pogona henrylawsoni WELLS & WELLINGTON, 1985). – Draco, Münster, 6 (2): 55-62.

Inhalt:
Beschreibung / Verbreitung / Haltung / Nahrung / Fortpflanzung / Inkubation und Schlupf / Aufzucht und Verhalten von Jungtieren.

SHEA, G.M. (1995): The holotype and additional records of Pogona henrylawsoni Wells & Wellington, 1985. – Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 38 (2): 574.

TURNER, G. & R.A: VALENTIC (1998): Notes on the occurrence and habits of Pogona brevis. – Herpetofauna, Sydney, 28 (1): 12-18.

VOSJOLI, P. de & R. MAILLOUX (1987): The art of dragon keeping – husbandry and propagation of Amphibolurus barbatus and Amphibolurus rankini. – Proc. of the N. Cal. Herp. Soc. 1987 Conference on captive propagation and husbandry of reptiles and amphibians, Davis: 57-66.

Pogona microlepidota GLAUERT, 1952

Kimberley Bearded Dragon

ELLIS, R.J. (2018): Clarification of the type series of Amphibolurus barbatus microlepidotus Glauert, 1952 (= Pogona microlepidota) (Reptilia: Squamata: Agamidae). – Zootaxa, 4457 (1): 197-200.

Ludwig Glauert (1952, p. 168) established the name Amphibolurus barbatus microlepidotus (= Pogona microlepidota) for a new agamid species (family Agamidae) from the type locality of “Drysdale River Mission, North Kimberley”, Western Australia and listed two specimens of the Western Australian Museum (WAM) collected by “Rev. Father [Raymundus] Salinas” in July 1922 as “types”. The two registrations forming the type series presented by Glauert were WAM R591 and WAM R592, which in accordance with Article 72.1.1. of the International Code for Zoological Nomenclature (the Code; International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature 1999) are considered syntypes. The two registrations presented by Glauert in the original publication (WAM R591–592) are in error, both registrations are associated with specimens of other species not matching the description or collection data presented by Glauert in the original description of A. b. microlepidotus. The specimen associated with WAM R591 is a Pseudonaja affinis Günther, 1872 (Serpentes: Elapidae), collected by M. Sweeting from the suburb of Leederville in Perth, Western Australia and WAM R592 a specimen of Neelaps calonotus (Duméril, Bibron, & Duméril, 1854) (Serpentes: Elapidae) collected by C. Thomas from the Perth suburb of West Guildford (now Bassendean), Western Australia (Fig. 1). The P. affinis specimen (WAM R591) is purportedly a whole specimen stored in a 75% ethanol solution; however, extensive searches failed to locate the specimen in the WAM collection and it is presumed lost or disposed of. In the early half of the 20th century, large and easily identifiable specimens were sometimes disposed following identification, registration and collection of morphological data due to their preservation and storage difficulty (see Smith 1981). The N. calonotus specimen (WAM R592) is now an alizarin-stained body in a glycol solution with skin stored separately in 75% ethanol (Fig. 1). The erroneous registration numbers provided by Glauert technically placed the name A. b. microlepidotus into synonymy with either N. calonotus or P. affinis depending on lectotype selection.

GLAUERT, L. (1952): Herpetological miscellanea. l. Notes of some forms of Diplodactylus. Some new western Australian lizards. - Western Australian Naturalist, 3: 166-168.

Pogona minor STERNFELD, 1919

Zwergbartagame / Western Bearded Dragon / Dwarf Bearded Dragon

BROWNE-COOPER, R. (1984): Notes on the reproduction of the Bearded Dragon Pogona minor. – Herpetofauna, Sydney, 15 (1-2): 49.

HÖRENBERG, T. (2006): Eine Rarität im Terrarium: Mitchells Bartagame. – Terraria, Münster, 1 (1): 36-43.

PIANKA, E.R. (2005): Zur Ökologie und Naturgeschichte der Zwergbartagame (Pogona minor) in der Great Victoria Desert (Australien). – Draco, Münster, 6 (2): 62-66.

SCHUSTER, N. (2005): Haltung und Vermehrung von Mitchells Bartagame, Pogona mitchelli (BADHAM, 1976). – Draco, Münster, 6 (2): 67-73.

Inhalt:
Verbreitung / Systematik / Beschreibung / Lebensweise und Verhalten / Haltung und verhalten im Terrarium / Fortpflanzung und Aufzucht / Krankheiten.

KUNZ, K. (2012): Mini-Bartagamen. – Reptilia, Münster, 17 (6): 10.

SMITH, B. & B. SMITH (1993): Notes on the nest of a bearded dragon Pogona minor. – West. Aust. Nat., 19 (3): 266.

WERNING, H. (2014): Ein neuer Drachen erobert die Welt: Pogona minor im Terrarium. – Reptilia, Münster, 19 (6): 38-42.

Pogona minor minor STERNFELD, 1919

Western Bearded Dragon / Dwarf Bearded Dragon


Pogona minor minima (LOVERIDGE, 1933)

Western Bearded Dragon / Dwarf Bearded Dragon

HIELSCHER, M. (1989): Haltung und Nachzucht der Australischen Zwergbartagame, Pogona minima. – elaphe, Rheinbach, 11 (2): 21-24.

LOVERIDGE, A. (1933): New agamid lizards of the genera Amphibolurus and Physignathus from Australia. – Proc. New Engl. Zool. Club, 13: 69-72.


Pogona nullarbor BADHAM, 1976

Nullabor Bearded Dragon

SMITH, J. & T.D. SCHWANER (1981): Notes on reproduction by captive Amphibolurus nullabor (Sauria: Agamidae). – Trans. Royal Soc. South Aust., 105: 215-216.


Pogona vitticeps AHL, 1926

Bartagame / Central Bearded Dragon

AREST, C.M. & J.L. FARRIOLS (1998): Pogona vitticeps Inland Bearded Dragon (Ahl, 1926). – Reptilia (GB), 2: 39-42.

BERGHOF, H.-P. (1997): Ist die Vergesellschaftung des Kaspischen Wüstenwarans (Varanus griseus caspius) mit Agamen (Pogona vitticeps) möglich? – Monitor Sprockhövel, 5 (2): 48-50. (03.181)

Abstract:
The author documents the keeping of Varanus griseus caspius and Pogona vitticeps within the same vivaria. Conditions and circumstances are briefly described.

BERGHOF, H.-P. (1999): Nachtrag zum Artikel „Ist die Vergesellschaftung des Kaspischen Wüstenwarans (Varanus griseus caspius) mit Agamen (Pogona vitticeps) möglich?“ – Monitor Sprockhövel, 8 (1): 16-18. (03.182)

Abstract:
Three adult males of Varanus griseus caspius were housed together with one adult Pogona barbata for seven years, without any aggressiv interactions of the monitors. When the P. barbata became skinny and sickly one of the V. g. caspius attacked suddenly the agamid. The P. barbata was separated from the monitors and died four weeks later. After that a Pogona vitticeps was placed right infront of the terrarium of the V. g. caspius and the monitors immediately tried to attack this agamid. So it became obvious that the V. g. caspius were tolerant of the P. barbata because all the animals lived together since they were semi-adult.

COOPER, W.E. (2000): Chemosensory discrimination of plant and animal foods by the omnivorous Iguanian lizard Pogona vitticeps. – Can. J. Zool., 78: 1-5.

CRAFTER, S., SOLDINI, M.I., DANIELS, C.B. & A.W. SMITS (1995): The effect of temperature and hypoxia-hypercapnia on the respiratory pattern of the unrestrained lizard, Pogona vitticeps. – Australian Journal of Zoology, 43 (2): 165-172.

DAHL, H. (1894): Bart-Agame und Kiel-Eidechse. – Blätter für Aquarien- und Terrarien-Freunde, 5: 296-297.

DALY, G. (1997): Behaviour of the Bearded dragon lizard Pogona barbata and P. vitticeps in captivity. – Herpetofauna, Sydney, 27 (2): 28-32.

ELIMAN, M.M. (1997): Hematology and plasma chemistry of an Inland Bearded Dragon, Pogona vitticeps. – Bulletin of the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians, Chester Heights, PA; 7 (4): 10-12.

FÖRTHER, R. (2002): Siamesische Zwillinge bei Bartagamen. – herpetofauna, Weinstadt, 24 (141): 34.

Abstract:
The author has been breeding Pogona vitticeps for a considerable time. In March this year a successful period of hibernation, attempts at pairing could be observed with one male. After the female increased in size which was intepreted as it being pregnant, I placed it in another terrarium. After a few weeks the female buried her eggs in a heap of sand. The eggs were transferred to an incubator with a temperature of 29-30°C. After 67 days the first juvenile hatched. In one egg, which had collapsed, I discovered two fully developed yet dead juveniles. Both animals had grown together at the head and were socalled siamese twins. Both juveniles were encased in resin to preserve them.

FRITZ, P. (2005): Haltung der Streifenköpfigen Bartagame Pogona vitticeps. – Iguana Rundschreiben, 18 (2): 9-14.

Inhalt:
Allgemeines / Die Tiere / Das Terrarium / Die Ernährung / Die Zucht.

HAUSCHILD, A. (2004): Die Bartagame (Pogona vitticeps). – Natur und Tier-Verlag, Münster. 68 S.

JACOBSON, E.R., KOPIUT, W., KENNEDY, F.A. & R.S. FUNK (1996): Coinfection of a bearded dragon, Pogona vitticeps, with adenovirus- and dependovirus-like viruses. – Veterinary Pathology, 33 (3): 343-346.

JOHNSTON, G.R. (1979): The eggs, incubation, and young of the Bearded Dragon Amphibolurus vitticeps AHL 1926. – Herpetofauna, Sydney, 11 (1): 5-8.

KENNERSON, K.J. & G.J. COCHRANE (1981): Avid appetite for Dandelion blossoms Taraxarun officinal by a Western Bearded Dragon Amphibolurus vitticeps AHL. – Herpetofauna, Sydney, 12 (2): 34-35.

KEßLER, K. (2019): Freilandhaltung von Bartagamen. – Reptilia, 24 (5): 38-41.

KOHLMEYER, R. (2000): Verhalten und Interaktion meiner Bartagame (Pogona vitticeps). – Reptilia, Münster, 5 (5): 33-38.

KUNZ, K. (2000): „Haustier“ Bartagame – schaden Streicheleinheiten? – Draco, Münster, 6 (2): 94-96.

LANTERMANN, Y. & W. LANTERMANN (2007): Beobachtungen bei der Vermehrung von Bartagamen. – Die Aquarien- und Terrarienzeitschrift, 60 (2): 38-42.

LOVE, B. (2000): Bartagamenfieber. – Reptilia, Münster, 5 (5): 39-42.

LUTZMANN, N., FRITZ, P. & J. WIECHERT (2008): Eine außergewöhnliche Anomalie bei einer weiblichen Bartagame, Pogona vitticeps (AHL, 1926) (Sauria: Agamidae). – Sauria, Berlin, 30 (2): 47-49.
Abstract:
We describe a captive-bred Pogona vitticeps that hatched without a visible ear on the left side. The left tympanum was inexistent and radiographic examination revealed that the hyoid was completely absent as well. The animal had been hatched in captivity (09/2006) after an incubation period of ca. 70 d, at a constant 28-29°C, on a perlite/vermiculite-mix, from a clutch of 10 eggs from normal parental specimens, and was the only one with an anomaly. The behaviour of the specimen has been normal up to now. Breeding trials should show, if the malformation is accidental or genetically based.

MACK, V. (2016): Alltag mit zwei Bartagamen – ein kleiner Erfahrungsbericht. – Reptilia, Münster, 21 (1): 10, 12.

McALLISTER, C.T., UPTON, S.J., JACOBSON, E.R. & W. KOPIT (1995): A description of Isopora amphiboluri (Apicomplexa: Eimeriidae) from the inland bearded dragon, Pogona vitticeps (Sauria : Agamidae). – Journal of Parasitology, 81 (2): 281-284.

McALPIN, S. (1995): Notes on the Central Bearded Dragon Pogona vitticeps in Central Australia. – Monitor: J. Vic. Herp. Soc. Inc., 6 (3): 111-115.

MÜLLER, H.D. (1995): Eine australische Bartagame. – Die Aquar. Terrar. Z., Stuttgart, 48 (12): 779-781.

MÜLLER, H.D. (1999): Pogona vitticeps Bartagame. – Reptilia, Münster, 4 (3): 47-50.

MÜLLER, P.M. (2007): Pogona brevicauda AHRET, 2005 [Ein ironischer Nachruf auf die großen Exemplare von Pogona vitticeps (AHL, 1926)]. – Reptilia, Münster, 12 (4): 3-4.

MÜLLER, P.M. (2014): Zur möglichen Lebenserwartung von Bartagamen (Pogona vitticeps). – Reptilia, Münster, 19 (6): 32-34, 36-37.

MÜLLER, P.M. & R. KOHLMEYER (2005): Bartagamen-FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions). – Draco, Münster, 6 (2): 28-37.

Alter / Abkürzungen / Arten / Austellung des Terrariums / Aufzucht / Auswahl der Tiere / Baden / Bartagamen im Internet / Bastarde / Beleuchtung / Bodengrund / Bodenheizung / Bücher / Eiablage / Einrichtung / Ernährung / Farbvarianten / Fütterungsintervall / Futterverweigerung / Geschlechtsbestimmung / Größe / Haltung mehrerer Tiere / Heimchenfallen / Inkubation / Inzucht / Kinder und Bartagamen / Kontakt Mensch-Tier / Kosten / Kotuntersuchungen / Luftfeuchtigkeit, relative / Quarantäne / Regenerieren von Körperteilen / Samenspeicherung / Schlafverhalten / Sprühen / Temperaturen / Terrariengröße / Thermoregulation / Trinken / Urlaub / UV-B-Bestrahlung / Verhalten / Winterruhe / Zähmen / Zeitschriften / Zucht.

PFLUGMACHER, S. (1984): Haltung und Zucht der Australischen Bartagame Amphibolurus vitticeps. – Sauria, Berlin, 6 (3): 9-11.

PFLUGMACHER, S. (1986): Bemerkungen über die Paarung und Zucht von Amphibolurus vitticeps. – herpetofauna, Weinstadt, 8 (45): 31-34.

PINTAVALLI, N. (1993): The captive maintenance and propagation of Pogona vitticeps, inland bearded dragon – In: Chan, S.D. (ed.): Proceedings of the 20th national conference of the4 American Association of Zoo Keepers, Inc., Atlanta, georgia, Oktober 10-14: 27-34.

RANKE-HEINEMANN, S. (2016): Geschlechtsentwicklung bei Bartagamen. – Reptilia, Münster, 21 (4): 8.

ROTHENHÖFER, P. (2000): Die Bartagame. – Die Aquarien- und Terrarien-Zeitschrift, 53 (10): 12-17.

SCHMIDA, G. (2005): Betrachtungen zu ostaustralischen Bartagamen. – Draco, Münster, 6 (2): 47-54.

SCHNEIDER, J., HEYDEL, T., KLASEN, L., PEES, M., SCHRÖDL, W. & V. SCHMIDT (2018): Characterization of Nannizziopsis guarroi with genomic and proteomic analysis in three lizard species. - Medical Mycology, 56: 610-620.

Fungal infections in captive as well as in free-living reptiles caused by emerging obligate pathogenic fungi appear with increasing frequency and give occasion to establish new and fast methods for routine diagnostics. The so-called yellow fungus disease is one of the most important and common fungal dermatomycoses in central bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps) and green iguanas (Iguana iguana) and is caused by Nannizziopsis guarroi. The aim of this study was to prove reliability in identification of N. guarroi with Matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionization time-of-flightmass spectrometry (MALDI-TOF MS) in comparison to molecular biological analysis of ribosomal DNA genes. In seven lizards from three different species, including central bearded dragons, green iguanas, and a European green lizard (Lacerta viridis), dermatomycoses caused by N. guarroi were diagnosed by isolation of the fungal pathogen as well as histopathological confirmation of the granulomatous inflammatory reaction in deep skin biopsies. With this survey, we proved that MALDI-TOF MS is a diagnostic tool for accurate identification of N. guarroi. Besides small subunit 18S rDNA (SSU) and internal transcribed spacer (ITS)1-5.8S rDNA, a large fragment of the large subunit of the 28S rDNA (LSU), including the domain (D)1 and D2 have been sequenced, for phylogenetical analysis. Large fragment of the LSU from N. guarroi has been sequenced for the first time. Yellow fungus disease in a European lizard species is described for the first time to our knowledge as well, which could be of importance for free-ranging populations of European lizards.

SCHUSTER, U. & N. SCHUSTER (2006): Langschläfer. – Iguana-Rundschreiben, 19 (2): 11.

SERENIO, R. (2005): Zucht/Paarung bei Bartagamen. – M & S Reptilien-Magazin, 2005: 85.

STEIJN, N.P. van (1989): De verzorging en kweek van de Australische baardagame (Pogona vitticeps). – Lacerta, 47 (5): 140-146. (01.965)

Summary:

The captive bred animals, two males and one female are kept in a dry vivarium (270x140x50 cm). The female laid 83 eggs in two years (two clutches/year). Up to now 51 hatched but 8 of them had a curvature of the spin, probably due to inbreeding. The others eat well and grow without difficulty.

TRAPP, B. (2014): Haut(e) couture für Drachen. – Reptilia, Münster, 19 (6): 26-30.

VINK, A. (2016): Bartagamen im Tiefschlaf. – Reptilia, Münster, 21 (3): 10, 12.

WILMS, T. & K. GRIEßHAMMER (2005): Grundlagen der Haltung von Pogona vitticeps. – Draco, Münster, 6 (2): 20-27.

Inhalt:
Einleitung / Allgemeine Betrachtungen zur Biologie von Bartagamen / Platzbedarf und Terrarium / Terrarientrechnik / Terrarieneinrichtung / „Zahmheit“ / Vergesellschaftung / Häutung / Ernährung / Wasser / Ruhephasen / Vermehrung.

WITTEN, G.J. & A.J. COVENTRY (1990): Small Pogona vitticeps (Reptilia: Agamidae) from Big Desert, Victoria, with notes on other Pogona populations. – Proc. Roy. Soc. Vic., 102: 117-120.

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