Blue tegus are a morph of the Argentine black and white tegu (salvator marianae) that display a light blue hue and tend to grow slightly smaller in size as adults. They are one of the most popular types of tegu lizards commonly kept as pets.
Explore the incredible diversity of tegu lizards through their rare and unique morphs and hybrids, and learn about the genetic combinations that make them so fascinating to breeders and collectors alike.
The Chacoan White Headed tegu, also known as Paraguayan Tegu or simply Chacoan Tegu, is a morph of the Argentine black and white tegu lizard characterized by a higher degree of white coloration in adults, especially around their head. This animal originates from the Chaco region of Paraguay, but it can also be found in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil and Uruguay. Chacoan tegus are very similar in appearance to the Argentine… Read More »Chacoan White Headed Tegu: Information & Care