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Old 01-06-2008, 06:20 PM
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Breeding Rieppeleon brevicaudatus

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I was wondering about everything about breeding these wonderful little Chameleons. Questions will spring up when I learn more about these. I have read a Care Sheet off of Fl Chams. I know more than I did, and I was just wondering about more of this awesome species.

Thanks in advance for the Information.
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Thanks. But I can't think of any.
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BTW...its spelled Rhampholeon
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OK? This is how it was spelled on Fl Chams.
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Rieppeleon brevicaudatus is Rhampholeon brevicaudatus.

Here's an article on them...
http://www.chameleonnews.com/brevcare.html
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Instead of asking about breeding every species you can think of, why don't you research it on Google? If you can't find your answers, then post specific questions pertaining to it.
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It is simple actually. Follow the set up instuctions and care sheets on Mike's website, add a male and a few females, and they will breed. All you get to do is dig up the eggs and incubate.
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Not any more. They were switched to the genus Rieppeleon about three years ago: http://www.chameleonnews.com/revisionsramph.html

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Not any more. They were switched to the genus Rieppeleon about three years ago: http://www.chameleonnews.com/revisionsramph.html

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Thanks for the update! Sorry for the misinformation LPR. I've never heard of this. How many chams are in this catagory? Their all pygmies I assume? Thanks again. David
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