I live just south of L.A. I ran into a guy at the NARBC show in Pasadena last week who was selling CBB Argentine reds and B&Ws. He told me that he now lives in a humid area of Texas, and has no problem breeding tegus. After breeding success in Texas, he moved to California and was unable to breed them successfully. Now, back in Texas, he has success again. He attributes this to the dry California climate, and pointed out that Argentine B&Ws breed like crazy "in the wild" in Florida (and that there are a number of successful breeders in Florida). Anyone else familiar with tegu breeding problems outdoors in dry climates? There must be successful breeders in California, Nevada, etc., aren't there? (I was wondering if a misting system might help). Thanks!