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Sugar glider

Species of Australian marsupial

The sugar glider (Petaurus breviceps) is a small, omnivorous, arboreal, and nocturnalgliding possum belonging to the marsupialinfraclass. The common name refers to its predilection for sugary foods such as sap and nectar and its ability to glide through the air, much like a flying squirrel.[7] They have very similar habits and appearance to the flying squirrel, despite not being closely related—an example of convergent evolution.[8] The scientific name, Petaurus breviceps, translates from Latin as "short-headed rope-dancer", a reference to their canopyacrobatics.[9]

The sugar glider is characterised by its pair of gliding membranes, known as patagia, which extend from its forelegs to its hindlegs.[10]Gliding serves as an efficient means of reaching food and evading predators.[7] The animal is covered in soft, pale grey to light brown fur which is countershaded, being lighter in colour on its underside.

The sugar glider is native to a small portion of southeastern Australia, in the regions of southern Queensland and most of New South Wales east of the Great Dividing Range.[11][12] Members of Petaurus are popular exotic pets and are frequently also referred to as "sugar gliders", but these are now thought to likely represent another species from West Papua,[13] tentatively classified in Krefft's glider (P. notatus).[14]

Taxonomy

The genus Petaurus is believed to have originated during the early to mid Miocene period (18 to 24 million years ago), then dispersed from New Guinea to Australia where Australian Petaurus species diverged.[15] The earliest Petaurus species occurred in Australia 4.46 million years ago.[15]

The taxonomy of the species has changed over time. It was formerly thought to have had a wide range across Australia and New Guinea, the only glider to have this distribution, and to be divided into seven subspecies; three occurring in Australia, four in New Guinea, although debate regarding current species delineation continues.[16] These seven subspecies were designated by small morphological differences such as colour and body size.[15] However, genetic analysis using mitochondrial DNA indicated that the morphological subspecies may not represent genetically unique populations.[16]

Further studies found significant variation within populations classified in P. breviceps, sufficient enough to split into multiple species. The subspecies P. b. biacensis, from Biak Island off New Guinea, was reclassified as a separate species, Biak glider (Petaurus biacensis).[note 3]In 2020, a landmark study found that P. breviceps actually comprised three cryptic species: the Krefft's glider (Petaurus notatus), found throughout most of eastern Australia and introduced to Tasmania, the savanna glider (Petaurus ariel) native to northern Australia, and the true P. breviceps, restricted to a small section of coastal forest in southern Queensland and most of New South Wales. In addition, other sugar glider populations throughout this range (such as those on New Guinea and the Cape York Peninsula) may represent undescribed species or be conspecific with previously-described species. This indicates that contrary to previous findings of a large range (which in fact applied to P. notatus and to a lesser extent, P. ariel), P. breviceps is a range-restricted species that is sensitive to damaging events such as the 2019-20 Australian bushfires, which significantly affected large portions of its habitat.[11][12][17]

The divergence between P. breviceps and P. notatus may have arisen due to long term geographical isolation following drying of the Australian continent after the Pliocene and the uplift of the Great Dividing Range,[16] by a process known as allopatric speciation. One population, now known to be P. breviceps sensu stricto, is found in coastal New South Wales and southern Queensland; and the other, now known to be P. notatus, is found in northern Queensland, inland and southern New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.[16]

Distribution and habitat

Sugar gliders are distributed in the coastal forests of southeastern Queensland and most of New South Wales. Their distribution extends to altitudes of 2000 m in the eastern ranges. In parts of its range, it may overlap with Krefft's glider (P. notatus).[12][18]

The sugar glider occurs in sympatry with the squirrel glider and yellow-bellied glider; and their coexistence is permitted through niche partitioning where each species has different patterns of resource use.[19]

Like all arboreal, nocturnal marsupials, sugar gliders are active at night, and they shelter during the day in tree hollows lined with leafy twigs.[20]

The average home range of sugar gliders is 0.5 hectares (1.2 acres), and is largely related to the abundance of food sources;[21]density ranges from two to six individuals per hectare (0.8–2.4 per acre).

Native owls (Ninox sp.)[18] are their primary predators; others in their range include kookaburras, goannas, snakes, and quolls.[22]Feral cats (Felis catus) also represent a significant threat.[18][22]

Appearance and anatomy

This male's forehead bald spot is a scent gland. The eyes are adapted for night vision and the ears swivel.

The sugar glider has a squirrel-like body with a long, partially (weakly)[23]prehensile tail. The length from the nose to the tip of the tail is about 24–30 cm (9–12 in), and males and females weigh 140 and 115 grams (5 and 4 oz) respectively.[24]Heart rate range is 200–300 beats per minute, and respiratory rate is 16–40 breaths per minute.[25] The sugar glider is a sexually dimorphic species, with males typically larger than females. Sexual dimorphism has likely evolved due to increased mate competition arising through social group structure; and is more pronounced in regions of higher latitude, where mate competition is greater due to increased food availability.[26]

The fur coat on the sugar glider is thick, soft, and is usually blue-grey; although some have been known to be yellow, tan or (rarely) albino.[a] A black stripe is seen from its nose to midway on its back. Its belly, throat, and chest are cream in colour. Males have four scent glands, located on the forehead, chest, and two paracloacal (associated with, but not part of the cloaca, which is the common opening for the intestinal, urinal and genital tracts) that are used for marking of group members and territory.[18] Scent glands on the head and chest of males appear as bald spots. Females also have a paracloacal scent gland and a scent gland in the pouch, but do not have scent glands on the chest or forehead.[18]

The sugar glider is nocturnal; its large eyes help it to see at night and its ears swivel to help locate prey in the dark. The eyes are set far apart, allowing more precise triangulation from launching to landing locations while gliding.[27]

Each foot on the sugar glider has five digits, with an opposable toe on each hind foot. These opposable toes are clawless, and bend such that they can touch all the other digits, like a human thumb, allowing it to firmly grasp branches. The second and third digits of the hind foot are partially syndactylous (fused together), forming a grooming comb.[23] The fourth digit of the forefoot is sharp and elongated, aiding in extraction of insects under the bark of trees.[18]

The gliding membrane extends from the outside of the fifth digit of each forefoot to the first digit of each hind foot. When the legs are stretched out, this membrane allows the sugar glider to glide a considerable distance. The membrane is supported by well developed tibiocarpalis, humerodorsalis and tibioabdominalis muscles, and its movement is controlled by these supporting muscles in conjunction with trunk, limb and tail movement.[10]

Lifespan in the wild is up to 9 years; is typically up to 12 years in captivity,[9] and the maximum reported lifespan is 17.8 years.[28]

Biology and behaviour

Sugar gliders' hind feet are adapted to firmly grasp surfaces such as this rock wall

Gliding

The sugar glider is one of a number of volplane (gliding) possums in Australia. It glides with the fore- and hind-limbs extended at right angles to the body, with feet flexed upwards.[27] The animal launches itself from a tree, spreading its limbs to expose the gliding membranes. This creates an aerofoil enabling it to glide 50 metres (55 yards) or more.[29] For every 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in) travelled horizontally when gliding, it falls 1 m (3 ft 3 in).[27] Steering is controlled by moving limbs and adjusting the tension of the gliding membrane; for example, to turn left, the left forearm is lowered below the right.[27]

This form of arboreal locomotion is typically used to travel from tree to tree; the species rarely descends to the ground. Gliding provides three dimensional avoidance of arboreal predators, and minimal contact with ground dwelling predators; as well as possible benefits in decreasing time and energy consumption[30] spent foraging for nutrient poor foods that are irregularly distributed.[31] Young carried in the pouch of females are protected from landing forces by the septum that separates them within the pouch.[27]

Torpor

Sugar gliders can tolerate ambient air temperatures of up to 40 °C (104 °F) through behavioural strategies such as licking their coat and exposing the wet area, as well as drinking small quantities of water.[18] In cold weather, sugar gliders will huddle together to avoid heat loss, and will enter torpor to conserve energy.[32] Huddling as an energy conserving mechanism is not as efficient as torpor.[32] Before entering torpor, a sugar glider will reduce activity and body temperature normally in order to lower energy expenditure and avoid torpor.[33][34] With energetic constraints, the sugar glider will enter into daily torpor for 2–23 hours while in rest phase.[32] Torpor differs from hibernation in that torpor is usually a short-term daily cycle. Entering torpor saves energy for the animal by allowing its body temperature to fall to a minimum of 10.4 °C (50.7 °F)[32] to 19.6 °C (67.3 °F).[35] When food is scarce, as in winter, heat production is lowered in order to reduce energy expenditure.[36] With low energy and heat production, it is important for the sugar glider to peak its body mass by fat content in the autumn (May/June) in order to survive the following cold season. In the wild, sugar gliders enter into daily torpor more often than sugar gliders in captivity.[34][35] The use of torpor is most frequent during winter, likely in response to low ambient temperature, rainfall, and seasonal fluctuation in food sources.[32]

Diet and nutrition

Sugar gliders are seasonally adaptive omnivores with a wide variety of foods in their diet, and mainly forage in the lower layers of the forest canopy.[19][37] Sugar gliders may obtain up to half their daily water intake through drinking rainwater, with the remainder obtained through water held in its food.[30] In summer they are primarily insectivorous, and in the winter when insects (and other arthropods) are scarce, they are mostly exudativorous (feeding on acacia gum, eucalyptussap, manna,[b]honeydew or lerp).[41] Sugar gliders have an enlarged caecum to assist in digestion of complex carbohydrates obtained from gum and sap.[42]

To obtain sap or gum from plants, sugar gliders will strip the bark off trees or open bore holes with their teeth to access stored liquid.[37] Little time is spent foraging for insects, as it is an energetically expensive process, and sugar gliders will wait until insects fly into their habitat, or stop to feed on flowers.[37] Gliders consume approximately 11 g of dry food matter per day.[30] This equates to roughly 8% and 9.5% of body weight for males and females, respectively.

They are opportunistic feeders and can be carnivorous, preying mostly on lizards and small birds. They eat many other foods when available, such as nectar, acacia seeds, bird eggs, pollen, fungi and native fruits.[43][44] Pollen can make up a large portion of their diet, therefore sugar gliders are likely to be important pollinators of Banksia species.[45]

Reproduction

Like most marsupials, female sugar gliders have two ovaries and two uteri; they are polyestrous, meaning they can go into heat several times a year.[21] The female has a marsupium (pouch) in the middle of her abdomen to carry offspring.[23] The pouch opens anteriorly, and two lateral pockets extend posteriorly when young are present. Four nipples are usually present in the pouch, although reports of individuals with two nipples have been recorded.[18] Male sugar gliders have a bifurcated penis to correspond with the two uteri of females.[46]

The age of sexual maturity in sugar gliders varies slightly between the males and females. Males reach maturity at 4 to 12 months of age, while females require from 8 to 12 months. In the wild, sugar gliders breed once or twice a year depending on the climate and habitat conditions, while they can breed multiple times a year in captivity as a result of consistent living conditions and proper diet.[23]

A sugar glider female gives birth to one (19%) or two (81%) babies (joeys) per litter.[21] The gestation period is 15 to 17 days, after which the tiny joey 0.2 g (0.0071 oz) will crawl into a mother's pouch for further development. They are born largely undeveloped and furless, with only the sense of smell being developed. The mother has a scent gland in the external marsupium to attract the sightless joeys from the uterus.[47] Joeys have a continuous arch of cartilage in their shoulder girdle which disappears soon after birth; this supports the forelimbs, assisting the climb into the pouch.[48] Young are completely contained in the pouch for 60 days after birth, wherein mammae provide nourishment during the remainder of development.[47] Eyes first open around 80 days after birth, and young will leave the nest around 110 days after birth.[18] By the time young are weaned, the thermoregulatory system is developed, and in conjunction with a large body size and thicker fur, they are able to regulate their own body temperature.[49]

Breeding is seasonal in southeast Australia, with young only born in winter and spring (June to November).[21] Unlike animals that move along the ground, the sugar glider and other gliding species produce fewer, but heavier, offspring per litter. This allows female sugar gliders to retain the ability to glide when pregnant.[50]

Socialisation

Sugar gliders are highly social animals. They live in family groups or colonies consisting of up to seven adults, plus the current season's young. Up to four age classes may exist within each group, although some sugar gliders are solitary, not belonging to a group.[21] They engage in social grooming, which in addition to improving hygiene and health, helps bond the colony and establish group identity.

Within social communities, there are two codominant males who suppress subordinate males, but show no aggression towards each other. These co-dominant pairs are more related to each other than to subordinates within the group; and share food, nests, mates, and responsibility for scent marking of community members and territories.[51]

Territory and members of the group are marked with saliva and a scent produced by separate glands on the forehead and chest of male gliders. Intruders who lack the appropriate scent marking are expelled violently.[7] Rank is established through scent marking; and fighting does not occur within groups, but does occur when communities come into contact with each other.[18] Within the colony, no fighting typically takes place beyond threatening behaviour.[52] Each colony defends a territory of about 1 hectare (2.5 acres) where eucalyptus trees provide a staple food source.[citation needed]

Sugar gliders are one of the few species of mammals that exhibit male parental care.[53] The oldest codominant male in a social community shows a high level of parental care, as he is the probable father of any offspring due to his social status. This paternal care evolved in sugar gliders as young are more likely to survive when parental investment is provided by both parents.[53] In the sugar glider, biparental care allows one adult to huddle with the young and prevent hypothermia while the other parent is out foraging, as young sugar gliders aren't able to thermoregulate until they are 100 days old (3.5 months).[53]

Communication in sugar gliders is achieved through vocalisations, visual signals and complex chemical odours.[18] Chemical odours account for a large part of communication in sugar gliders, similar to many other nocturnal animals. Odours may be used to mark territory, convey health status of an individual, and mark rank of community members. Gliders produce a number of vocalisations including barking and hissing.[citation needed]

Human relations

Conservation

Under the prior taxonomy, the sugar glider was not considered endangered, and its conservation rank was "Least Concern (LC)" on the IUCN Red List.[54] However, with newer taxonomic studies indicating that it has a small and restricted range, it is now thought to be far more sensitive to potential threats. For example, the species' native range was hit hard by the 2019-20 Australian bushfires, which occurred just a few months prior to the publishing of the study indicating the true extent of its range. Sugar gliders use tree hollows, making them especially sensitive to intense fires.[55] However, despite the loss of natural habitat in Australia over the last 200 years, it is adaptable and capable of living in small patches of remnant bush, particularly if it does not have to cross large expanses of cleared land to reach them. Sugar gliders may persist in areas that have undergone mild-moderate selective logging, as long as three to five hollow bearing trees are retained per hectare.[56] Although not currently threatened by habitat loss, the ability of sugar gliders to forage and avoid predators successfully may be decreased in areas of high light pollution.[57]

Conservation in Australia is enacted at the federal, state and local levels, where sugar gliders are protected as a native species. The central conservation law in Australia is the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).[58] The National Parks and Wildlife Act 1974 is an example of conservation law in the state of South Australia, where it is legal to keep (only) one sugar glider without a permit, provided it was acquired legally from a source with a permit. A permit is required to obtain or possess more than one glider, or if one wants to sell or give away any glider in their possession. It is illegal to capture or sell wild sugar gliders without a permit.[59]

In captivity

In captivity, the sugar glider can suffer from calcium deficiencies if not fed an adequate diet. A lack of calcium in the diet causes the body to leach calcium from the bones, with the hind legs first to show noticeable dysfunction.[60] Calcium to phosphorus ratios should be 2:1 to prevent hypocalcemia, sometimes known as hind leg paralysis (HLP).[61] Their diet should be 50% insects (gut-loaded) or other sources of protein, 25% fruit and 25% vegetables.[62] Some of the more recognised diets are Bourbon's Modified Leadbeaters (BML),[63] High Protein Wombaroo (HPW)[64] and various calcium rich diets with Leadbeaters Mixture (LBM).[65] Iron storage disease (hemochromatosis) is another dietary problem that has been reported in captive gliders and can lead to fatal complications if not diagnosed and treated early.[66]

A large amount of attention and environmental enrichment may be required for the highly social species, especially for those kept as individuals. Inadequate social interaction can lead to depression and behavioural disorders such as loss of appetite, irritability and self-mutilation.[67]

As a pet

In several countries, the sugar glider (or what was formerly considered to be the sugar glider) is popular as an exotic pet, and is sometimes referred to as a pocket pet. In Australia, there is opposition to keeping native animals as pets from Australia's largest wildlife rehabilitation organisation (WIRES),[68] and concerns from Australian wildlife conservation organisations regarding animal welfare risks including neglect, cruelty and abandonment.[69]

In Australia, sugar gliders can be kept in Victoria, South Australia, and the Northern Territory. However, they are not allowed to be kept as pets in Western Australia, New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Queensland or Tasmania.[70][71]

DNA analysis, indicates that "the USA (sugar) glider population originates from West Papua, Indonesia with no illegal harvesting from other native areas such as Papua New Guinea or Australia".[13] Given that the West Papuan gliders have been tentatively classified as Krefft's gliders (albeit to be changed in the future),[72] this indicates that at least the captive gliders kept in the United States are Krefft's gliders, not sugar gliders.

Notes

Species notes

  1. ^Tate & Archbold, 1935; subspecies P. b. tafa considered a synonym of species P. breviceps[4]
  2. ^P. b. flavidus (Tate and Archbold, 1935) considered a synonym of P. b. papuanus (Thomas 1888)
  3. ^ abSubspecies (former) P. b. biacensis provisionally considered species: P. biacensis (Biak glider). "Helgen (2007) states that Petaurus biacensis is likely to be conspecific with P. breviceps. P. biacensis appears to differ from the latter mainly by having a higher incidence of melanism (Helgen 2007). We provisionally retain P. biacensis as a separate species pending further taxonomic work, thus following what has become standard treatment (e.g., Flannery 1994, 1995; Groves 2005)."[5]

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I have a female Platinum suggie I bought from a breeder in New Jersey. She is 8 months OOP. I have TRIED AND TRIED AND TRIED to contact her to change me as the owner on TPG database and she just WILL NOT reply!!!!!!!! A few months ago I sent updating pictures of her via text. No reply. About two weeks ago I asked her to change the owner to me on the database via text. No reply. I called her to ask her to change the ownership to me. Phone number not valid. I emailed the address I had from when I bought the suggie asking her to change it. No reply. I even got on Hoobly.com where she is currently selling joeys, knowing that she checks it weekly and asked her to change it. No reply. I ALSO got on Glider Central where she sells the same joeys and emailed her. No reply. I have a purchase agreement and she electronically signed it stating that Plat (yeah, I named my platinum Plat lol) is fully my sugar glider. It wasn't that big of a deal in the beginning but now it's starting to REALLY irritate me. What can I do??? Are there any actions I can take with Priscilla? I'm about ready to trick this lady into emailing her, asking her to call because I'm interested in one of her joeys, then asking her to change it out of no where. UGHHH! Any opinions?

Wow, that's not good at all, sounds pretty shady.

I would contact TPG database and tell her all of this, maybe there is another route to take.

I would imagine this has probably happened before.

I was wondering about TPG database too. I have a registered breeding pair that are now retired and I have 4 of their offspring(2 males and 2 females)and 2 are registered and 2 are not. And the parents were not transferred to my name when I took them. He did put my first set of Joeys under my name. The former owner also has not replied to any of my emails since I have had them and most likely wouldn't now either.

Since there will be no more breeding and the Boys are all neutered anyways... so is it important to have the latest 2 joeys registered and put in my name and can I even do it?

Any thoughts on this...?
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You can add the joeys yourself and click your pair as the parents when it asks. It will say added by (your name) on the database. I would give that a shot as see how it goes. The only thing you can't change youself is the retired pair's info because they were added by someone else. If they add the joeys, you won't be able to edit the joeys info if you have to. That's why I'm having a problem... I can't change Plat's owner on the database because I didn't add her, so I can't edit her info. I will email Priscilla and let you know what she says.

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hello,
what is a TPG database?

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TPG database stands for The Pet Glider database. On the website www.thepetglider.com they have an online database that holds the lineage of sugar gliders. This is the database that we use on default for breeding and lineage. Anybody can join and when you get a lineaged sugar glider or two, the owner section can be changed to your name and if you ever decide to breed, the joeys will be added under those two sugar gliders. It is almost necessary to breed sugar gliders with lineage to make sure the two that are going to be bred aren't related. The website also gives a COI: chance of inbreeding. The lower the COI, the better. Usually under 5% is ideal.

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I GOT IT CHANGED!!!!! Yay :) Happy day! BUT. A still very irritating experience.

 Look what I found on Ebay

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TPG – The Pet Glider Exotic Diet

AmountIngredientNotes2 cups, 16oz.,
2-4 different fruits mixed, totaling 2 cups.Fresh or Frozen Fruit
At least 4 different types
Not Canned
Either finely chop or use a food processor.Favorites include: oranges, papayas, tangerines, pineapples, mangos, cantaloupes, bananas, kiwi, peaches, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and cherries that have been pitted. If you peel a fruit before you eat it, then peel it for your sugar glider.
DO NOT FEED RHUBARB.2 cups, 16oz.,
2-4 different veggies mixed, totaling 2 cups.Fresh or Frozen Vegetables
At least 4 different types
Not Canned
Either finely chop or use a food processor.Vegetables – fresh or frozen – not canned. When using frozen vegetables, get regular mixes (no sauces or Asian flavoring). Favorites include: sweet potatoes, kale, collards, green beans, , beets, peas, lima beans, carrots, jicama, bok choy, squash, red bell pepper and snow peas. Small amounts of corn are ok but be very careful. Corn is high in phosphorus and it is fattening and of course sugar gliders love corn so they will always eat that first. Small amounts of broccoli and cauliflower are ok, but overdoing produces excess gas in the sugar glider and that makes them very grumpy. DO NOT FEED GARLIC, LEEKS OR ONIONS OF ANY KIND.6-8 ouncesPlain (full fat) Yogurt – No Artificial SweetenersSuch as Stoneyfield Farm or Dannon6 Tbs.Calcium Fortified Orange Juice ConcentrateYou can substitute regular orange juice if you are unable to find one that is calcium fortified.6-8 Tbs.Uncooked oatmealUse five minute regular oats, not the quick cooking kind. The oatmeal is nutritious and thickens your mix. More or less will be needed depending on the water generated by your fruits and vegetables32 ounces / 4 cupsApplesauceUnsweetened is best6-8 ouncesProteinProtein – Favorites include cooked chicken, ground turkey and eggs. You can boil, broil or roast the chicken, pan cook the ground turkey using extra virgin olive oil and scramble the eggs. We do not recommend you give your sugar gliders pork or beef because of the high fat content and once again, fat gliders are not happy and health.1-2 tablespoonGround flax seed or wheat germ (Optional)This is optional if you are using fresh fruits and vegetables.
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Myself and the steering committee of the National Sugar Glider Registry and Association believe that the Sugar Glider community has grown to a point that would highly benefit from a national registry. The registry would permanently record your name and your glider in history and establish a record of lineages, pedigrees, breeders, rescuers, owners, and affiliates for the Sugar Glider Community.

The National Sugar Glider Registry would be the first nationally recognized and recognized avenue for Sugar Glider Owners and breeders to register their Sugar Gliders in an effort to begin the establishment of lineage and eventually pedigree (that will deal with specific color variations) of Sugar Gliders bred in America.

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So what can you do to contribute?

Charter Members will comprise the Registry's core membership and we will be accepting applicants at this year's SGGA. Alternatively, you can still become a charter member simply by e-mailing me to receive the application form but keep in mind that we will only be taking Charter Members for a limited amount of time.

For a small registration fee ($25), you would be helping to found the National Sugar Glider Registry and Association (NSGR, NSGRA) and your name would become a permanent part of our records.

By joining as a charter member, you are showing your support of a National Registry and also expressing your opinion that there is a need for recording lineages and pedigrees of Sugar Gliders in America. In recognition of your early support in this effort, once the NSGR officially begins taking requests for glider registration, you would be eligible to request a Charter Member Certificate and will receive 10% off of all other fees.

Note: With their non-refundable contribution, Charter Members are supporting the foundations of a National Registry. Without continued support and effort on our part and that of the community, the NSGR will not be able to come to fruition.

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The National Sugar Glider Registry Association(NSGRA) is how the Glider Community will become the crucial aspect to the Registry.

The NSGRA is a committee of devoted glider enthusiasts who will be willing to undertake such tasks as:

-Establishing color standards
-Governing and Enforcing the rules and standards of the Registry, its Lineages and Pedigrees
-Moderating the Registry-related Forums on the Website
-Meeting at least once a year for an annual review and to plan for the upcoming year
-Spearheading and supporting other important glider-related endeavors such as informational campaigns


The NSGRA is the authority that will verify and uphold the Registry, therefore the committee will be comprised of knowledgeable and experienced individuals that are respected by the glider community.
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The Registry itself provides for every type of glider and glider owner, breeder, rescuer, and affiliate. More information about the Registry will be on the website which we will have up and running shortly.

Here are just a few examples of what the Registry will provide:

-An online, searchable database
-Yearly memberships that award special privileges
-Registered numbers for each individual glider
-breeder, and Rescuer registration numbers that are incorporated permanently in each glider's registration number
-Owner, breeder, Rescuer, and Affiliate Certificates
-Pet only registration with or without lineage and pedigree

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My family and I have been working on this for quite some time now. We will be a vendor at the SGGA, but we wanted to get the word out now to answer any questions/concerns that you might have. We also would like you to contact us (PM or e-mail me meghanrwolfgram@gmail.com) if you are interested in becoming a representative of the NSGRA.



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How will you become nationally accredited?



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It will be more nationally recognizedinstead of accredited.

thanksfor your observation, here is what we were trying to get at by using the word accredited:

The NSGRA will become the authority that gives credibility to the information in the Registry. One of the NSGRA Committee's most important jobs will be to verify the information that is going into the registry and correct any mistakes and/or falsifications.

I will be correcting my original post.


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Will you be obtaining a 501c3 non profit status? Have you established yet what the "fees" will be?



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We will not be applying for non profit status at this time. The NSGRA committee (when established) can choose to apply for non-profit if they see fit.

We have not yet established the fees, but we will do that soon and would like the community to know that they will be extremely reasonable.

We have decided that any person or organization that registers as a "Rescue" will not have to pay ANY membership/glider registry fees. "Rescue" membership will be subject to approval by the NSGRA Comittee.



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Sooo...it won't actually be accredited, but rather a self-proclaimed registry?

If it was accredited, like with the national dog/cat registries, then I'm sure you'd have alot more interested, but, as it is, there are 2 other databases that are free to use, so I can't imagine that very many people would be interested in paying money to register their gliders when databases are available for free.

Know what I mean?

Also, with only a little bit of searching, you can easily look up and verify the lineages of most gliders. wink

I think the idea of having an entirely accurate database is an awesome idea and should definitely be done, but I think that requiring a fee might be a bit much if the database wouldn't really be offering much more then the other databases already are offering.

You should speak with the people who run the national registries for other animal species and try and find out how you might be able to get national recognition and be able to get accredited so that there will actually be some validation behind the registry so that people will be able to put more trust in it and would be willing to pay to have their gliders entered.


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"Accredit" is defined as:

To give official authorization to or approval of: a: to provide with credentials ; especially : to send (an envoy) with letters of authorization b: to recognize or vouch for as conforming with a standard c: to recognize (an educational institution) as maintaining standards that qualify the graduates for admission to higher or more specialized institutions or for professional practice.


The NSGR will be structured just like the AKC is. The NSGRA is similar in function to the AKC-accredited Kennel Clubs. The Clubs set the breed standards just as the Association will set the color standards.


Accreditation is based on credible merit determined by an association. It means that the information provided is credible, based on standards that are set and defined by the association.


*PLEASE NOTE*

The NSGR and the NSGRA are TWO separate entities.

The NSGR (like the AKC) is the registry that records the lineages and pedigrees, and issues registration numbers.

The NSGRA (like the individual Kennel Clubs) is the entity that sets and enforces the standards.



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Will the fees be per glider, or ?
I assume there will be separate fees for both, correct?



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Will the fees be per glider, or ?
-The fees have not been determined yet. This is a question that we have been asking ourselves since we realize that there are individuals with many gliders and that a high fee would be unreasonable. Will there be registry fees for gliders? YES Have we figured out how it will apply yet? NO



I assume there will be separate fees for both, correct?
-I am not sure what you mean by "Both".



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In the AKC, you pay a fee to register your dog and get a pedigree. When you have a litter, you have papers on them and give them to the buyers, who then pay to register that puppy. As far as a breeder, there could be a fee to register the breeding pairs and when joeys are born, a certificate could be issued which would go along to the new owner who could then register the joey. The certificate would include the parents, the color & the oop date. When the joey is registered, there could be an option to obtain the lineage (pedigree) for an additional fee. People do it all the time for dogs, cats, horses, etc, so why not gliders? I would love to have something I can trust to know the proper lineage on all of my gliders. Most of the breeders have been very helpful to me in providing this, but I know there are some others that may not be.



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As said before, we do NOT want to set fees until we have come to a fair way to accommodate both the small and large breeders. Since there are already established breeders with multiple breeding pairs, we want to allow for these breeders to register every one of their breeding gliders without incurring a registration fee for every individual glider.

We are considering allowing breeders to register as many breeding gliders as they currently own without incurring fees per glider. To address the costs of entering every one of these gliders in the Registry, the breeders will pay a flat fee when registering based on the number of breeding pairs they own.

NOTE: If the breeder buys additional gliders at a later time, they will have to pay the normal registration fee that is yet to be determined.

Our question for you is:

In your opinion, what would be a fair breakdown of categories of breeders??

For Example:
Small 1-3 (pairs)
Medium 4-14
Large 15-25
Giant 25-50
Extra 50+ with the fee increasing for every additional 10 pairs



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Honestly I would use free database, where do the moneys earned go?



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well, I am all for a registry- HOWEVER I feel that in today's economy, it will be difficult for some breeders and rescue homes and even just pet owners like myself to add their gliders to the registry on a per-glider fee basis.

I believe that when this starts up, those who add their gliders should pay differently than future owners... for instance, a personal pet owner with 6 gliders wouldn't pay $25 each to register them all, but a set fee based on the number of gliders being registered. Same goes for breeders and rescue homes- the higher the number of gliders all being registered together, the lower the fee.

Then, as time goes by, breeders will be able to provide a pedigree and a "litter certificate" (so to speak) to the new owners of joeys they sell... those joey's new owners can then pay a fee (again based on the number of joeys purchased) to register their joeys.

I am a member of the AKC. My dogs are both registered and I paid $25 to register my male and name him when I aquired him as a puppy. He had already been assigned a registration number by the litter owners when they registered his birth. Later, when I got my female, she was already a registered adult, so I paid another $25 to have her registration changed to my name as the owner, but the AKC registration number and the name recorded by the original registered owner never changed, of course. When I have puppies born, I pay a single $25 fee to the AKC and they send me a registration paper for every puppy in the litter no matter how few or how many there are... assigning each a number that will never change but not a name. When the new owners take posession of the puppy, I record their name, address, and phone number on a breeder record that gets sent to the AKC at no charge to me. The new owner gets a paper I signed that they fill out their chosen name for the new puppy on, along with their name, address, and phone number. They send in their certificate with $25 and get back a 3 generation pedigree chart and a registration certificate OR they pay $45 and get the registration certificate and a 5 generation pedigree chart on prettier paper that is suitable for framing. The reason both the new owner and i send the new owner's info in for that puppy is so if the new owner does not register the puppy in a timely manner, the AKC can contact them directly to ask them to register their puppy, instead of me... AND it provides proof to the AKC that the breeder agrees that the person sending the registration request IS who I sold the puppy to.

The registration paper the new owner gets has a transfer option on the back side. That way, if the puppy ever gets sold again, the certificate gets sent back to the AKC with the original purchaser's signature AND the info for the NEW owners, along with ANOTHER $25 fee. The NEW owners do NOT get to change the NAME of the animal that is registered, but DO get to call it whatever they want at home, of course... and the registration number never changes... sending the old certificate allows the AKC to verify the info and create a new certificate for the new owners with their info on it, but the same registration number and origianl name to make record keeping easier. All new certificates have the transfer option ont he back so no matter how many times the dog changes hands the AKC can keep track as long as the paperwork is sent to them.

As the breeder, if I keep a puppy, I send in the paperwork myself stating that I the breeder am retaining the animal for myself and I then I have to pay the $25 registration fee myself.

There is also an option on the certificates to put the "kennel" name in the puppy's name. FOr instance, my male get called Claude at home, but his registered name is "Hammock Haven's Big Boy". Any puppy that comes from my home, with the new owner's agreement, can be named "Hammock Haven's <FILL IN THE BLANK HERE>" which then ALWAYS shows WHERE the animal originated.


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The NSGR and the NSGRA are TWO separate entities.



That's the both I was asking about. wink


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I was just asking on another part of this forum why don't gliders have a reg?-
I think you will have to tread carefully, and watch every penny that comes in accounting wise, as these kinds of things can be a huge SNAFU when it comes to taxes etc.

I'll be avidly watching, and depending, supporting as well.
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well, I am all for a registry- HOWEVER I feel that in today's economy, it will be difficult for some breeders and rescue homes and even just pet owners like myself to add their gliders to the registry on a per-glider fee basis.

-Just to reiterate, Rescue homes will NOT pay any fees for registering gliders. Also, in our previous post, we asked for your help to categorize breeders into levels based on the amount of breeding pairs they own. We don't have a fee schedule set yet BECAUSE we have the same concerns that you do.



It is great to hear from somebody who has a lot of knowledge about the AKC. From our research, we have found that the NSGR will closely resemble the AKC in the way it operates. In fact, we have modeled our registry after the AKC and other successful registries (AQHA...)

I am a member of the AKC. My dogs are both registered and I paid $25 to register my male and name him when I aquired him as a puppy. He had already been assigned a registration number by the litter owners when they registered his birth. Later, when I got my female, she was already a registered adult, so I paid another $25 to have her registration changed to my name as the owner, but the AKC registration number and the name recorded by the original registered owner never changed, of course. When I have puppies born, I pay a single $25 fee to the AKC and they send me a registration paper for every puppy in the litter no matter how few or how many there are... assigning each a number that will never change but not a name. When the new owners take posession of the puppy, I record their name, address, and phone number on a breeder record that gets sent to the AKC at no charge to me. The new owner gets a paper I signed that they fill out their chosen name for the new puppy on, along with their name, address, and phone number. They send in their certificate with $25 and get back a 3 generation pedigree chart and a registration certificate OR they pay $45 and get the registration certificate and a 5 generation pedigree chart on prettier paper that is suitable for framing. The reason both the new owner and i send the new owner's info in for that puppy is so if the new owner does not register the puppy in a timely manner, the AKC can contact them directly to ask them to register their puppy, instead of me... AND it provides proof to the AKC that the breeder agrees that the person sending the registration request IS who I sold the puppy to.

The registration paper the new owner gets has a transfer option on the back side. That way, if the puppy ever gets sold again, the certificate gets sent back to the AKC with the original purchaser's signature AND the info for the NEW owners, along with ANOTHER $25 fee. The NEW owners do NOT get to change the NAME of the animal that is registered, but DO get to call it whatever they want at home, of course... and the registration number never changes... sending the old certificate allows the AKC to verify the info and create a new certificate for the new owners with their info on it, but the same registration number and origianl name to make record keeping easier. All new certificates have the transfer option ont he back so no matter how many times the dog changes hands the AKC can keep track as long as the paperwork is sent to them.

As the breeder, if I keep a puppy, I send in the paperwork myself stating that I the breeder am retaining the animal for myself and I then I have to pay the $25 registration fee myself.

You just described our plan for the registry to a T! (excluding the fee amount since that has not been determined)



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I think that a neuter incentive should be offered, in which part of the registration fee is refunded upon verification, such as a letter from a veterinarian, that the glider has been neutered.

Neutered gliders could be registered at no charge.

The Arabian Horse Association and the Arabian Registry of America offer a gelding incentive where you get part of your registration fee refunded upon remitting a letter from your vet along with the original registration certificate.



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I'm sorry, I'm not paying to register my gliders. Do I pay to register the rescues I've taken in, or the ones I've bought or had born here...


And just who IS a rescuer anyway? Anyone that takes in a rescued glider or only those that someone feels fit to be called a "rescuer"?



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Sabarika:

Great Question! You could have a membership without owning any gliders at all! Additionally, you are more than welcome to become a Charter Member even if you have no gliders at the moment. We actually would like to encourage that! Remember... becoming a Charter Member is voting �YES� in our effort to improve the Quality of Life for the Sugar Glider.


Feather:

You have brought up a point about the neutered gliders. We have actually been thinking about this in a different way. We feel that the registration fee for ALL pet gliders (male or female, neutered or un-neutered) should be lower than the registration fee for a glider registered by a breeder with the intent to breed. Keep in mind that ALL fees will be set reasonably.



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Re: National Sugar Glider Registry and Association [Re: SugaWhit] #798106
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I do not think this is a good idea because most people don't have the right lineages for their own gliders. One example is that every single time I see the lineage for MIckey and MInnie it says that they are out of Ethan and Eileen. Anyone who has a Leu het generally has one out of Mickey, MInnie or Ethan. Ethan and Eileen only had three offspring. They were Titan, Whisper and Gia. Mickey and Minnie were with a different female. Now anyone that would register it - there are literally hundreds, would put the wrong pedigree. I have spent three weeks trying to straighten out the pedigree that is in the Pet Glider Database that is wrong. I have had to contact breeders and ask them to change the information. You can't even imagine what a mess it is on there. Priscilla had entered my gliders for me and about 25% of them were wrong. It is not that they were so wrong on my site, she just did it from memory. I don't see where a registry will be affective because of all the bad data that will be put into it.



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And just who IS a rescuer anyway? Anyone that takes in a rescued glider or only those that someone feels fit to be called a "rescuer"?

It is our plan that Rescuer's will receive free membership and glider registration. If you were to apply as a Rescuer, you could register every rescued glider you own for free regardless of how you acquired the rescue.



The NSGRA (Which will be headed by a committee made up of respected community members that will be tentatively voted for at the SGGA) will be notified of all rescue applicants and have the authority to analyze and review the Rescue's status.

NOTE: Anyone who takes in rescued gliders will be able to register as a Rescuer. This glider community has members that breed and rescue and keep those operations completely separate, and according to our plan, they will be able to within the Registry as well.

This means that someone can be a registered breederAND a registered Rescuer and register their gliders under these separate categories.


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What about people who "rescue" from bad owners, gliders that are being neglected or pet stores? If you purchase a glider to provide it a better home, is that considered a "rescue"?



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Sheila:

That is why we are here. No one is going to personally create the lineage of their gliders. It will be the responsibility of the NSGRA to investigate, and verify lineages.



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Meghan, I have bred 100's of gliders and do not want to be contacted by everyone wanting to verify lineages. I am working on a database for all my gliders so that people can just look there instead of emailing me. I get at least three emails a week wanting me to verify something.



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That is what the Registry will provide. The individual owners will not be verifying their own lineages and therefore not contacting you about it. You (for example) will register your breeding pairs and those that purchase gliders from you will register their gliders. The NSGRA will verify the lineages taking the personal, and sometimes biased, opinion out of the equation. The AKC does not allow a new owner to submit a full lineage on a newly registered dog, owners receive their dog lineages through the AKC and the Registry will operate the same way.

Don't get us wrong, there will be MANY hours of effort put in to start up the Registry, however, NOW is the time to do it while we can still trace lineages. Imagine trying to set up a Registry in 5 years!



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When I complete my database I will see if I can help you out.



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Thank you, I would love to support this. I think if we can come together and make an organized and UNIFIED registry for gliders (for the US at least?) that was an all-in-one database for sugar glider registration and information that would be another step towards being recognized. My main concern is that this is just like what a lot of others are trying, but separately. If it it's an "official" organization people may be less apt to show their support (especially financially) but I would be so happy if we received some sort of professional recognition or title or whatever.. to make this a real "legit" organization. Does that make sense?

Right now there are how many websites offering lineage and pedigree tracking? The Pet Glider has a database and so do others. There are MANY websites and forums offering information but there is no MAIN orgaization that can be pointed to responsible for everything - owner and breeder and rescue registries, ways to contact community members, etc. How many of us have registered on more than one glider forum or direct people to CG after they were "educate" by lesser-informed websites or [worse] mill breeders like (PPP) Perfect Pocket Pets? I think the concept is great, and while it may take lots of time and a lot of dedication to get this rolling (especially since glider, while growing in popularity, are NOT seen to be as organized a community as AKC or whatnot) but if we can come together to do this it would be an amazing starter resource to any new glider owner. It is more than just a registry and database for glider lineage, it can be an information hotspot for ALL things glider (much like many websites try to do but don't have the time/bandwidth/resources/know-how) related from basic are and how to buy a glider all the way to posting and reviewing vets from all over the country, contact information for people nationwide who you can call for help on rejected joeys and mill research, etc.

Fair and affordable pricing (but also enough to support the organization) is a hard issue but I would gladly pay a fee to register any glider I own (I actually registered my GERBILS with a Gerbil society when I owned them!) if it means I have a reliable way to track their lineage and even, maybe, so far as tracking any inheritable diseases or disorders (wouldn't it be nice if we could not just follow what lines are sterile but what gliders or glider lines may be susceptible or shown to have cancers, liver problems, obesity, thyroid problems, SM, or joey rejection?). This could be an EXTREMELY helpful thing especially for breeders or people who want to START breeding and wish to know what lines to avoid for certain traits or which you want to enhance.

Maybe I'm going too far or confusing the point of this project with something else, correct me if I'm rambling! I am very excited, this is an appealing project and if we can unite to really get it going we could have something very useful here, combining all those great sites available to us now into one databank that is a click away!


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I think that IF this organization was to become 501c3, more would take it seriously and be more willing to participate. I for one though have 30 gliders. Many that were rescues, most that are non breeding. I am also not in the (financial) position to PAY to register each of my gliders on some website when there are other sites doing the registries for free. It would take away from my "toy" money for the gliders.

Some of the larger breeders keep fabulous records (like Sheila and Anita) on their gliders and are working on getting all their lineages straight on the existing databases. To ask this to be done yet again and for them to have to pay for it is just a bit much. It is an expense that breeders shouldn't have to consider. However, if it was a 501c3, that expense could then be written off on their taxes, giving them more incentive to participate.

I guess from my perspective, my gliders are pets first. IF my "breeding" gliders have joeys, fine, if not that's equally fine. I did not get a single one of my gliders because of potential joeys from them. I have 4th gen wfb joeys right now. I may have 5th gen in the future. Having their lineages is fantastic but I'm not in it for the joeys so the "registry" isn't important to me.

I have a registerd dog...she got spayed the first week I had her. I never bothered to have her "papers" put in my name because it just wasn't important, she is a pet, not a breeder. Since my gliders are pets first...it is equally as unimportant that they be "registered".



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Re: National Sugar Glider Registry and Association [Re: Sabarika] #798171
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There was a thread recently that was almost similar in content, but someone was wanting to create a database for no charge. I'm afraid there will be no way to assure everyone's participation on any one "official registry".

There was discussion of correcting the errors on the current FREE databases, and I believe that a lot of people have gone and done exactly that.

It seems that efforts are being duplicated... only for a substancial cost... when there are people already working on creating something better, more unified, and correct... for free.

I keep my own database of my sugar gliders. Lineages of my sugars are available to whomever wants to view them. After all the time I've spent to collect all the information that is in my database and the upkeep it takes, I cannot see having to pay someone else to do the exact same thing.

I mean, just to be quite honest.. $25 for just becoming a member? If this thing goes, there is going to be a load of money going somewhere. Seems almost like a MLM.

I would most certainly need to see this database, and everything it offers in some type of demo before I'd ever agree to sign up.



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